Tithe Map

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Hunt's Farm community on Knodishall-Friston boundary


Entries for the above compartments from the Tithe Apportionment









A R P

53
Friston Moor in part





1. 0. 37

54
Rev. G B Whittaker (glebe)


Glebe field
3. 1. 38
A
54a





Glebe field
1. 11
P
55



John Orford
Cottage & pightle
1. 23

56



James West
Cottage & pightle
1. 13

57
James Hunt

Himself

Homestead
19

57a





Garden



58





Cottage & yard


59





Barn & yard
27

60





Cottage & yard


61





Cottage & yard


62





Pightle


A
63





Stubble meadow
1. 0. 04

64





Stackyard meadow
1. 1. 09

65





Little field

2. 0. 19
A
66





Further meadow
1. 2. 31
A
67





Kiln field

4. 2. 27
A
68





Old Kiln field
4. 0. 05
A

ARP= area in acres, rods and perches)
A= Arable
P= Pasture

On a modern map, the projection of Hunt's Farm (compartments 53-6) into Friston is still evident in the long field situated between Moor Farm and Little Moor Farm. Little Moor Farm is the settlement described above as Hunt's Farm. This area is now known as Friston Moor, and is indicated in the following map by the black rectangle. At this point, since Tithe Map times, the Knodishall parish boundary has been relocated about half a mile to the west beyond Moor Farm. Another large boundary change is that a large portion of Knodishall that used to extend south of Friston village and Bull's Hall has been transferred to Friston. These changes have been detailed and discussed in the Theberton pages.

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Site of Turner's Farm on modern map