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1824 Wendon Tofts and Elmdon 1,950
1838 Berden, Manewden, Stansted Mountfichet
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6,190
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_Enclosed under the General Enclosure Act, 1845._

Date Date
of of Parish. Area.
Act. Award.
1846 1850 Walthamstow 198
* 1851 Henham 630
1847 ″ Netteswell 204
* ″ Langley 360
* 1853 Haverhill 298
* ″ Wicken Bonhunt 292
1855 1860 Roydon 285
1856 1861 Newport 815
1859 ″ Clavering 750
1866 1869 Widdington 820
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4,652
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Acres.
Before 1802 6,551
1802–1845 6,190
After 1845 4,652


GLOUCESTER.

Area
Date. Enclosure. enclosed.
1726 Little Rissington
1727 Cherrington, 3 F.’s, 1,800 A. 2,200
1729 Wick Risington, 58 yl. *2,000
1731 Prestbury
″ Upper and Lower Slaughter, 87 yl. *2,845
1739 Shipton, Moyle and Dovel, all F. 800
1744 Westonbirt, 2 F.’s 350
1753 Eastlechmartin, 53¼ yl. *1,863
″ Quennington 3,000
1755 Hawling 881
1759 Little Barrington, 42 yl. F., 600 A. P. *1,860
″ Preston upon Stower, 25¾ yl. *900
1761 Snowshil, 500 A. F., 18 A. M.,
1,100 A. P. 1,618
1763 Childswickham, 83 yl. *2,905
1765 Donnington (Stow on the Wold P.)
1766 Haselton 858
″ Hatherop, 966 A. F., 150 A. P. 1,116
″ Maugersbury
1767 Bibury, 3,000 A. F., 300 A. P. 3,300
″ Willersey, 36 yl. *1,260
1769 Ampney Holyrood and Ashbrook 2,080
″ Bleddington, 52 yl. *1,820
″ Coln St. Aldwin’s, 1,950 A. F., 100 A. P. 2,050
1770 Notgrove 1,200
1771 Aston Subedge, 31 yl. F., 150 A. P. *1,235
″ Preston and Stratton 2,000
1772 Eastleach Tourville, 1,574 A. F.,
877 A. P. 2,451
″ Kemerton, 36 yl. *1,260
″ Quinton, 39¼ yl. *1,372
1773 Bourton on the Water
″ Beckford 2,500
″ Longmarston, 43 yl. 1,505
1774 Oxenton 1,000
″ Staunton 700
1775 Addlestrop 926
″ Claydon, all F. 1,081
″ Todenham, 32 yl. F. *960
1776 Dorsington, 40 yl. 900
1777 Condicote, 26 yl. *910
″ Duntisborne Abbots {53,706}
″ Shirburne and Windrush
1778 Chapel Honeyburn, 32 yl. *1,120
″ Frampton and Hayley 1,500
″ Leckhampton and Cheltenham
″ Naunton, 53 yl. *1,855
″ Siddington St. Peter and St. Mary 534
1779 Ablington 1,000
″ Buckland 2,000
″ Clifford Chambers 400
″ Mayseyhampton 1,600
1780 Salperton 1,354
″ Shennington, 1,500 A. F. *1,800
1782 Eastrington 2,500
″ Winstow (Winstone) 770
1786 Oddington 1,000
1789 Lower Swell
1792 Broadwell
″ Rodmarton and Coates
″ Shipton, Whittington and Dowdeswell
″ Turkdean
1793 Aldsworth
″ Marsmore 1,800
1794 Little Compton
″ Corse
″ Elmore Brockworth and North Cerney
″ Longborough 1,453
″ Old Sodbury and Little Sodbury 800
1795 Cold Aston 1,600
″ Hasfield
″ Trinley
1796 Awre
″ Barnwood, Matson, Wotton
1797 Ashelworth
″ Coln St. Dennis
″ Horton 611
1798 Guiting Power
1799 Berrington, Broad Campden and Westington
″ Kempsford and Dryffield
1800 Welford
″ Arlington
1801 Cheltenham
″ Down Ampney, Lutton, Eisey 1,242
″ Slimbridge, Cam and Coaley
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78,645
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1802 Churcham
1803 Chedworth and Compton Abdale 6,200
″ Staverton with Boddington
″ Beverstone 2,200
1804 Sutton 1,120
″ Temple Guiting
″ Broyden
1805 Tredington
1806 Gotherington
″ Norton
1807 Downhatherley
″ Pannington
″ Stanley Pontlarge
″ Alderton
1808 South Cerney
″ Deerhurst and Lye
″ Tewkesbury
1809 Alvington
″ Stanway
1811 Fiddington
1812 Aston upon Carrant and Pamington
Homedowns
″ Greet and Sudely (in Winchcomb parish)
″ Haresfield
″ Longney
″ Pebworth (with old enclosures) 2,000
″ Wormington
1813 Ebrington and Hitcoat
″ Frampton upon Severn and Slimbridge
″ Great Rissington 1,600
″ Withington
1814 Hempstead, Barnwood and Upton
St. Lawrence *200
″ Sevenhampton
″ Winchcomb
1815 Miserden
1818 Hawkesbury
″ Morton Vallance and Standish
1819 Bitton 70 A. F., 190 A. P. 260
1821 Bourton on the Hill and Moreton in
the Marsh 3,000
1829 Didmarton and Oldbury on the Hill {16,580}
1830 Cheltenham 430
″ Stanley St. Leonards and Eastington 170
1832 Thornbury 514
1833 Elkstone 280
1834 Duntsbourne Rouse 496
1838 Quedgley 90
″ Wickwar, Cromhall and Tortworth
90 A. F., 600 A. P. 690
1839 Fretherne and Saul 380 A. F.,
106 A. M. & P. 486
″ Berkeley 700
1841 Olveston 180
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20,616
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_Enclosed under the General Enclosure Act, 1845._

Date Date
of of Parish. Area.
Act. Award.
* 1851 Tibberton 222
* 1852 Westbury on Severn 855
1851 1853 Marshfield 290
1850 1854 Weston Subedge 879
1855 1862 Dymock 208
1864 1867 Sandhurst, Norton and Wotton 506
1865 1869 Stinchcombe 205
1866 1871 Minsterworth 400
″ 1876 Coaley 154
″ ″ Cam 166
1895 1899 Upton St. Leonards 534
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4,419
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Acres.
Before 1802 78,645
1802–1845 20,616
After 1845 4,419


HAMPSHIRE.

Area
Date. Enclosure. enclosed.
1740 Andover
1741 Chawton, 7 F.’s and the Common
1743 Dunmer, 1260 A. F., 500 A. P. 1,760
1749 East Woodhay and Hollington,
1,000 A. F., 300 A. P. 1,300
1757 Barton Stacey, 1807 A. F., 678 A. P. 2,507
″ Earlstone 488
1759 Bishop’s Waltham 205
1760 Folkesworth 510
″ Fletton
1774 Abbott’s Ann 1,259
1778 Gratley
1780 Leckford Abbots
1781 Highclere (_or_ Burghclere)
1783 Kingsomborn 1,890
″ Andevor
1785 Upper Clatford
1786 Basingstoke
″ Upper Wallop, Harsbourn Pryors and
Tuffton
1788 Headbourn Worthy 1,400
1789 Broughton 2,700
″ Odiham, Northwarnborough, Hillside, Rye
and Stapely
1790 Dibden
1792 Monk Sherburne 700
″ Shipton
1794 Crawley and Bishop’s Sutton
″ Houghton
″ Quarley
″ Upton Gray
1796 Basing and Mapplederwell
″ Mitchelmarsh, Braishfield and Awbridge
″ Nether Wallop
1797 Whitchurch
1798 Welstead and Bentworth 400
″ Rockbourne and Wichbury
1799 Easton
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15,459
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1802 West Aston and Middleton 750
1803 Kilmiston
1804 Romsey Extra
1805 New Alresford, 326 A. F., 84 A. P. 410
1806 Monxton 600
1807 Ringwood
1808 Porchester 1,050
1810 Eling and Fawley
1812 Charlton, Catherington, Clanfield,
Blendworth and Idsworth 2,500
″ Ovington
″ Wimmering, Widley Cosham, and Hilsea 800
″ Weyhill and Appleshaw 680
1813 Ecchinswell 500
1817 Harbridge
″ Portsea 170
1820 Preston Candover and Nutley 1,800
1822 Ellington and Ilsey
1825 Christchurch and Milton
1827 Tangley, 286 A. F., 10 A. P. 296
1829 Sherborne St. John 1,000
1842 Kingsclere 2,300
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12,856
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_Enclosed under the General Enclosure Act, 1845._

Date Date
of of Parish. Area.
Act. Award.
* 1852 Chale 126
1849 1857 Binsted 990
1856 1859 Niton (Isle of Wight) 449
1861 1866 (Easton common fields) Freshwater 37
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1,512
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Acres.
Before 1802 15,459
1802–1845 12,856
After 1845 1,512


HEREFORD.

Area
Date. Enclosure. enclosed.
1772 Wigmore, 600 A. F., 80 A. P. 680
1795 Marcle Wolton and Kinaston 1,000
1796 Tarrington 450
1799 Yarkhill, Weston Beggard,
Dormington w. Bartestree,
Stoke Edith with Westhide 1,380
″ Leintwardine and Burrington
1801 Frome, Much Cowarne and Evisbeach,
250 A. F., 160 A. M. 410
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3,920
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1802 Bodenham 2,000
1807 Byford
″ Marden, Sutton and Withington
1809 Bredwardine and Dorston
″ Bishopston and Mancell Lacy
″ Mordiford
″ Shobden, Aynestry and Lingen 900
1810 Steepleton
″ Wigmore
1811 Allesmore {2,900}
1811 Eardisland
″ Kingston 270
1813 Clehonger
″ Much Cowarn
″ Stretton, Grandsome and Bishops Frome
″ Eastnor, 180 A. P. *220
″ Ledbury, 50 A. F., 90 A. P. 140
1814 Norton Canon
″ Aymestrey and Kingsland 340
″ Puttenham
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3,870
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_Enclosed under the General Enclosure Act, 1845._

Date Date
of of Parish. Area.
Act. Award.
* 1854 Bosbury 105
* 1856 Ullingswick 260
1858 1862 (Lyde Fields) Pipe and Lyde 13
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378
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Acres.
Before 1802 3,920
1802–1845 3,870
After 1845 378


HERTFORD.

Area
Date. Enclosure. enclosed.
1766 Hexton, 1,527 A. F. *2,000
″ Walsworth (Hitchin par.) 1,000
1768 Lilley and Offley
1776 Ickleford
1795 Kelshall (with old enclosures) 2,233
1796 Norton 1,850
1797 King’s Walden 500
″ Tring
″ Weston 1,100
1798 Kensworth 1,200
1799 Cheshunt, 1,555 A. F., 1186 A. P. 2,741 {12,624}
″ St. John and All Saints, Hertford
1801 Aldenham 500
″ Barkaway and Reed 7,000
″ Hertingfordbury 400
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20,524
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1802 Hinxworth 1,264
1806 Cottered
1807 Offley
1809 Barley 1,700 {2,964}
1810 Codicate, Welwyn and Knebworth
1811 Pirton
″ Wymondby and Ippolitts
1812 Braughing 1,300
1813 Westmill 400
1814 Great Hormead 900
1820 Bishop’s Stortford 300
1826 Anstey 1,200
1830 Standon 1,400
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8,464
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_Enclosed under the General Enclosure Act, 1845._

Date Date
of of Parish. Area.
Act. Award.
* 1850 Walkern 540
* 1852 Bengeo, Sacombe and Stapleford 410
* 1853 Great and Little Munden 860
* ″ Buckland 795
* 1854 Stevenage 556 {3,161}
1852 1855 Watford Field 70
* ″ Hoddesden 860
* 1856 Widford 320
1853 1858 Wormley 232
1858 ″ Aston, Bennington, and
Little Munden 1,280
* 1859 Little Hadham 214
1857 1863 Ashwell 2,474
* 1864 Little Hormead and Layston 450
1862 1867 Datchworth and Knebworth 161
1866 1869 Throcking 108
1863 ″ Albury 305
1866 ″ Aspedon 376
Layston and Widdial 764
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10,775
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Acres.
Before 1802 20,524
1802–1845 8,464
After 1845 10,775


HUNTINGDON.

Area
Date. Enclosure. enclosed.
1727 Overton Longville and Botolph’s Bridge
1766 Laighton Bromeswold 1,515
1767 Yaxley
1769 Stoneley 1,000
1770 St. Noets 300
1771 Hartford 1,400
1772 Brampton 2,500
″ King’s Ripton 1,100
″ Wolley 1,000
1773 Houghton cum Witton 2,500
″ Little Stukely
1774 Ellington 1,500
″ Easton
″ Graffham
1775 Spaldwick with Upthorpe
1779 Elton 3,000
1780 Barham 800
″ Little Catworth
1786 Ravely 2,000
1794 Broughton 1,600
″ Winwick 1,660 {21,875}
1795 Great Catworth 2,000
″ Wornditch 700
″ Warboys 4,300
1796 Woodhurst, Somersham, and Pidley with
Fenton, 2,625 A. P. *3,000
1797 Diddington 1,100
″ Eynesbury 2,000
″ Southoe 1,100
1799 Molesworth 1,000
1800 Bythorn 1,200
″ Holywell and Needingworth 3,000
″ Offord Cluny 1,100
1801 Covington 850
″ Hemingford Grey and Abbotts 3,000
″ Old Hurst 1,000
″ St. Ives 1,400
″ Stanground and Farcet 1,522
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50,147
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1802 Denton 1,000
″ Fenstanton 2,200
1803 Godmanchester 4,600
1804 Brington (with old enclosures) 1,250
1804 Saltree 2,700
″ Great Staughton 900
1805 Cherry Orton, Waterville and Alwalton
″ Stilton 1,200
1806 Offord Darcy 1,000
1807 Stibbington cum Wandesford and Sibson 565
″ Great Staughton and Graffham 2,000
1808 Swineshead 900
″ Waresley and Gamlingay (with old
enclosures) 2,000
1809 Glatton with Holme 1,300
″ Woodstone 500
1811 Great Paxton and Toseland 2,100
1812 Little Paxton 720
″ Upton 900
1813 Bluntisham w. Earith and Colne 3,000
″ Buckdon 1,900 {30,735}
″ Stukely 2,000
1819 Yelling, whole year lands 1,800
1830 Wistow 1,300
1836 Abbotsley
1843 Great Gransden 3,000
1844 Bury 299
″ Ramsey 230
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39,364
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_Enclosed under the General Enclosure Act, 1845._

Date Date
of of Parish. Area.
Act. Award.
* 1852 Keystone 520
1848 1853 Upwood and Ramsey 1,600
1864 1869 Great Gidding 1,735
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3,855
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Acres.
Before 1802 50,147
1802–1845 39,364
After 1845 3,855


LEICESTER.

Area
Date. Enclosure. enclosed.
1730 Horninghole 916
1734 Little and Great Cleybrooke 430
1744 Langton
1749 Norton juxta Twicross 1,744
1752 Narborow, 30 yl. *1,050
1755 Knighton, 48 yl. *1,680
1757 Wimeswould *1,440
1758 Great Glen, 32½ yl. 1,000
1759 Breedon 1,336
″ Belgrave, 34 yl. 1,000
″ Desford and Peckleton 1,010
″ Evington and Stoughton 1,000
″ Hoton 1,100
″ Loughborough, 6 F.’s and P.
″ Oadby, 71 yl. 1,800 {15,506}
″ Sileby 2,200
1760 Barrow upon Soar 2,250
″ Frisby upon the Wreak 1,500
″ Hoby 1,000
″ Hinckly 2,000
″ Melton Mowbray 2,000
″ Somerby 1,400
″ Seagrave
1761 Ashfordby 1,800
″ Ansty 1,100
″ Abkettleby 900
″ Rearsby 1,600
1762 Belgrave and Barkby 1,600
″ Hungerton 900
″ Quorndon 1,020
1764 Billesden 2,500
″ Nether Broughton 900 {40,176}
″ Husband’s Bosworth, 96 yl. 4,000



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