Cobourg Place

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Cobourg Place
Other Names
Former name(s)Cobourge Passage[1]
File:CobourgPlaceStClementsMap J.Manwaring Baines.jpg
Map from Histories of Hastings' Houses and Properties in three volumes: J. Manwaring Baines - Hastings Museum and Art Gallery showing fields on which Cobourg Place was constructed

Cobourg Place was constructed on land previously called 'Coney Banks' and 'Coney Bank Field'. The area (extending towards Hill Street and Exmouth Place) was also known as 'Bakers Hill', most likely due to a grant of land from Robert Pelham of Michelham and Thomas Brabon in 1597 to a baker, John Barley. The same source also refers to the land as being the 'Cobby Land', 'Cobbisland' and 'Cobbsland'[2] Other field names from the same source include; 'The Slipp', 'Hollow Field', 'Great Meadow', 'Johnsons Plot' & 'Tile Kiln Plot' although these may be unconnected.

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  1. Brett Manuscript Histories Vol. 4 Chapt. XLVI
  2. Histories of Hastings' Houses and Properties in three volumes: J. Manwaring Baines - Hastings Museum and Art Gallery