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Part of [[Gensing Farm]] since 1702, this field of 23 acres 2 rods and 20 perches now underlies [[Alfred Street]]<ref>{{TheKeep|GB179_AMS6226_1}}
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Part of [[Gensing Farm]] since 1702, this field of 23 acres 2 rods and 20 perches now underlies [[Alfred Street]].  On the 14th of November 1851,  Charles Gilbert Eversfield sold a portion of the field of 2 acres 0 rods 21/2perches in the parish of St Mary Magdalen, to William Pain Beecham of Hawkhurst, Kent, gent, and his trustee [[Stephen Putland (1806-1880)|Stephen Putland]] of St Leonards, merchant, for £807<ref>{{TheKeep|GB179_AMS6226_1}}</ref>. It is to be believed that the rest of the field was similarly apportioned around the same period.
 
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Revision as of 11:28, 19 October 2020

Part of Gensing Farm since 1702, this field of 23 acres 2 rods and 20 perches now underlies Alfred Street. On the 14th of November 1851, Charles Gilbert Eversfield sold a portion of the field of 2 acres 0 rods 21/2perches in the parish of St Mary Magdalen, to William Pain Beecham of Hawkhurst, Kent, gent, and his trustee Stephen Putland of St Leonards, merchant, for £807[1]. It is to be believed that the rest of the field was similarly apportioned around the same period.

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  1. East Sussex County Council Archive The Keep GB179_AMS6226_1