Deer Parks - Basingstoke & Deane

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This list of deer parks are ones that have no other entry – others are part of present day parks.

HCC Site ID. Site Name Parish Some information
1782 Bramley Bramley Deer Park 1245 for Robert de St John
1783 Bullesdens Bramley Deer Park for the Brocas family (date unknown); site of ancient hill fort, incorporates Bulls Down Copse
1785 Burgclere Burghclere Owned by the Bishop of Winchester 1242
1239 Cannon Park (Cannon Court) Kingsclere Owned by Canons of Rouen from 1107-1335.
1196 Crux Easton Ashmansworth Deer park 1292 for John de Drokensford; earthworks, avenue, and windpump only remain
1786 Freefolk Laverstoke Deer Park owned by Bishop of Winchester, indentured to John Kingsmill 1501; present day C19 Laverstoke Park coincides
1241 Freemantle Kingsclere Deer Park owned by the Crown in 1244
1787 Frobury Kingsclere William de Wintershull licenced to empark in 1269
1784 Silchester Silchester 1204 Deer park owned by Ralph Bluet
1278 Weston Patrick Weston Patrick Deer Park 1257 for Patrick Chaworth
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For more information on Deer Parks consult Hampshire County Council’s Archaeology & Historic Settlement Surveys click here for the link (search facility is at the bottom of the page).

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