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Map of Headley Parish
Map of Headley Parish
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Brief Description: The Parish of Headley, today's civil parish (light shading), and the greatest extent up to the start of the 20th century (darker shading).
Creator: John Owen Smith
Owner: John Owen Smith
Contributor: John Owen Smith
Full Description: The boundaries of the Parish of Headley near Bordon. In 1902, Grayshott became an independent parish; in 1929, the parish of Whitehill was formed taking away Bordon and Lindford; and in 1991, the south bank of Frensham Great Pond became part of Surrey.
Collection: Private Collection
Place: Headley, Bordon, East Hampshire, Hampshire
Subject: map
Name Subject: parish
Content Type: Drawing
Unique ID: hs-zz-johnowensmith-i-01-000.jpg
IPR: John Owen Smith
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