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Pennyhooks Farm hand-drawn map from 1824
Painting of the old barn looking up the slope from the Farmhouse
Aerial photo of the whole farm by Neil B. Maw
Walk around the farm description
An extract from a Shrivenham United Charities report that includes a land exchange involving Pennyhooks Farm and the the Vicar, Edward Berens
The present old Farm house. The earlier, thatched house, was completely rebuilt after a huge fire in 1897. Photo by Neil B. Maw

Pennyhooks Farm

A map dated 1824 of the entire farm, drawn by Abraham Dymock of Aldbourne (Click to enlarge). The water colour painting is by Frank Otter circa 1960's. Map and painting are Copyright of Lydia Otter.

There is also a copy of a walk around the farm, a description of all the fields and features.

Also included is an extract from a report on the Shrivenham United Charities that includes the details of a land exchange at the end of the 18th century.

See also listing number N1366 for names of former occupiers of the farm.

We also have a newspaper article that gives details of a catastrophic fire that burnt down the old Farm House in 1897. To read a copy of the article please go HERE

 

 

  • Place:
    Shrivenham
  • Ref:
    Online only
  • Item Ref:
    N1332
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