Estate villages : a study of the Berkshire villages of Ardington and Lockinge

by Michael Ashley Havinden

Publisher: Kelley in New York

Written in English
Published: Pages: 214 Downloads: 72
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  • Villages -- Great Britain -- Case studies,
  • Great Britain -- Rural conditions

Edition Notes

Statementby M.A. Havinden, with contributions by D.S. Thornton and P.D. Wood.
ContributionsThornton, Douglas Stanley., Wood, Peter D., Museum of English Rural Life.
The Physical Object
Pagination3-214 p. :
Number of Pages214
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13577346M
OCLC/WorldCa9382797

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This economic and social study traces the history of a great Victorian estate in Berkshire and its present condition. Estate villages have distinct characteristics and have not previously been investigated. The Lockinge estate was one of the great estates of > 10, acres in Victorian England (i.e.

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For indhold se billede Pænt velholdt eksemplar. Udgivet tailed study of an estate village apart from Michael Havinden’s account of the Lockinge estate in Berkshire, which is almost exclusively about the nineteenth and twentieth centuries Village studies covering periods from the late medieval to the nineteenth century have concentrated on a variety of ‘peasant’ villages – agricultural.

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They are not necessarily always correct, as book names at Amazon may not be quite the same as those used referenced in the text. History: built c as part of Lord Wantage's model village at Lockinge. (en, "Estate Villages, a study of the Berkshire villages of Ardington and Lockinge" Reading University Press) Listing NGR: SU Legacy.

The contents of this record have been generated from a. Thanks for the details you posted about Lockinge Estate, and the picture of Betterton House, it makes such a difference when one knows what a place looks like.

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History: the village shop, now the Post Office, was established as a co-operative on the Rochdale system, by Lord Wantage for his tenants. (M.A. Havinden, "Estate Villages, a study of the Berkshire villages of Ardington and Lockinge" Reading University Press).

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Wood Humphries Contains:Research material relating to buildings, people and events [ D ALC1-C4, C6]; notes of conversations with residents [D AL C5]; houshold records [D AL C] [CLOSED UNTIL ]; Notes relating to historical sources c [D AL C9-C17]; draft chapters of Estate Villages: A Study of the Berkshire Villages of Ardington and Lockinge [D AL F1-F7.

Havinden, Estate Villages: A Study of the Berkshire Villages of Ardington and Lockinge (London, ), pp. 88–9; Google Scholar F. Impey, ‘Lord Tollemache, the Labourer’s Lord’, New Review, 9 (September ), – 9.

Havinden, with D. Thornton and P. Wood, Estate Villages: A Study of the Berkshire Villages of Ardington and Lockinge (London, ), 38– Havinden wrongly supposes that Sarah was Matthew’s widow, rather than Charles’s; and also confuses the generations of the Bastard family.

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Estate Villages: A Study of the Berkshire Villages of Ardington and Lockinge. By M. Havinden with contributions by D. Thornton and P. Wood. [Museum of English Rural Life.] ([London:] Lund Humphries for the University of Reading.

50s.). Ardington and its twin sister Lockinge are in the beautifully maintained Lockinge Estate originally laid out by Lord Wantage in the cth Century.

The ancient path of the Ridgeway runs through the southern part of the parish. There are several racing stables in and around the village, most of which use the Downs for gallops.

Estate Villages Revisited: A Second, Up Dated Edition Of A Study Of The Oxfordshire (Formerly Berkshire) Villages Of Ardington And Lockinge avg rating — 0 ratings — published Ardington is a village and civil parish about 2 miles (3 km) east of Wantage in the Vale of White was part of Berkshire until the boundary changes transferred it to responsibility for Ardington and the neighbouring parish of Lockinge has been combined in a joint single parish council for Ardington and Lockinge.

Ardington is the largest settlement in this parish and the essential facilities that it provides serves the surround-ing villages and hamlets.

These villages are classic Victorian estate villages. Many footpaths lead through them to the Downs offering fine views over the Vale. A series of lakes and connecting streams run through the two parishes. With an essay by Jeffrey. This book encapsulates all aspects of Wales' most famous living artist and is consequently an invaluable resource for both scholars and art collectors.

ISBN: Some light wear and a few knocks to cover edges. Contents are fine. Wrapper is. M HavindenA well known example is the build-up of the Lockinge estate between s and s which brought extensive tracts of west Berkshire under the control of one proprietor.

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Prior - East Lockinge - (East Lockinge - Berkshire) I am interested in any of the Prior family in the estate village of East Lockinge, Berkshire (near Wantage). I already have a fair amount of info on this family line, and am more than happy to pool resources.

Ardington is a village and civil parish about 2 miles (3 km) east of Wantage in the Vale of White Horse. It was part of Berkshire until the boundary changes transferred it to Oxfordshire.

Since responsibility for Ardington and the neighbouring parish of Lockinge has been combined in a join. Baulking is a small village and civil parish about miles ( km) southeast of Faringdon in the Vale of White Horse district of parish is bounded to the north and north-west by the River Ock, to the south by its tributary Stutfield Brook and to the east by field village is arranged along a delightful, large, elongated village green running north – south, on.Ardington is a village within the civil parish of Ardington and Lockinge about 2 miles (3 km) east of Wantage in the Vale of White ton was part of Berkshire until the boundary changes transferred it to Oxfordshire.

Ardington is a downland village, with its parish stretching from the loam rich north to the chalk downlands to the south.The villages are Ardington, Fyfield, Hinton Waldrist, Kingston Bagpuize, Longworth and North Hinksey.

The villages all lie in the Vale of the White Horse, which at the time our ancestors were there, was in the county of Berkshire.

On 1 Aprilas a result of the Local Government Act, the Vale was transferred from Berkshire to.