Perambulation of the bounds of Headley Parish in the year 1772
- Golden Cross near Little Common in the lane at the meeting of the two lanes
one of which leads directly to Greyshott, and the other to Headley.
- Hurlands Cross in the road from Headley to Bramshott, by the wall of Gentel's
- Stone Quarry Cross at the upper end of Gentel's Coppice.
- Stone Quarry Hill cross on the Common.
- Cross at the South West corner of Greyshott by the hedge.
- Cross at the South East corner of Greyshott by the hedge over against the
farm-house called Cane's on the North.
- From thence to the cross at Wagner's Wells pond in the road to Haslemere.
- From thence all along up Wagner's Wells stream and bottom.
- The head of Wagner's Wells bottom.
- From thence in a line Northward to the cross by the roadside from Greyshott
- Thence Northward to the cross and stone mark at the head of Whitmore Bottom.
- Thence down Whitmore Bottom and the stream or little river or rivulet to
- Thence down the same stream to the cross at Frensham Pond where it falls
into the pond; and from thence to the head of the same Pond.
- Thence into Beal's Mead, the old water-course in it being the boundary.
- Thence to the stone and mark at the corner of Wishanger mead.
- To the Southward to another stone in the same mead.
- To the ash tree in the same mead, by the river, which ash tree is marked
WT for William Turner.
- Thence all along the river side into Lower Stream Mead but one to the S.W.
corner of the same by the river side.
- Thence over the river into Crawt's Mead and in a straight line Southward
into the opposite gate.
- Thence in a straight line S.W. by W. by the hedge of the two fields.
- Thence in a straight line W. by N. by the ditch to the end of it.
- Thence Southward in a straight line to gate and road.
- Thence S.E. up the road two or three rods to an ash stem on the other side
of the road near Rock House.
- Thence straight Southward over the Field to the cross in the same.
- Thence W. in a straight line to the gate in the next field.
- Thence W. in the same straight line to the boundary stone by the stile in
the next field called Park Field.
- Then W. in the same straight line to the end of Rack field all along by
- Thence S. by the end of Rack field, the whole of Rack field being comprehended
in Headley Parish.
- To Holt Mead, which said Holt Mead is wholly within Headley Parish.
- Across the Holt Mead, near the middle of it, into Cradle Lane field about
eight rods E. from the opposite corner of Park field.
- Then S.W. to the ditch in Cradle Lane.
- Thence down the ditch S.E. to the middle of Sleaford River.
- Thence up the middle of Sleaford River to the Holt Rivulet.
- Thence up the Holt Stream about seven or eight rods.
- Thence W. from the Holt Stream along the ditch to the stile.
- Thence in a straight line across the field to the stone mark.
- Thence to the hedge corner.
- Thence about to the rails and pond.
- Thence straight to the stone in Beggar's Mead.
- Thence W. straight across the mead to the hedge in the next field.
- Thence along the same hedge to the gate.
- Thence down the ditch to Sleaford River.
- Thence up Sleaford River to the corner of the hedge near Kingsley Common.
- Thence by the old water course on the South side of the new stream of Sleaford
- Thence again to the said new and main stream of the said river; (the piece
of ground comprehended by this old water course and the new stream of Sleaford
River is about one third or half of an acre).
- Thence up the said river to the upper end of Withy Moor.
- Thence S. to the Forest water or stream.
- Thence up the Forest stream to the common.
- Thence up the said stream to the cross on the West side of and near to Sir
Thos. Gatehouse's wooden bridge over the Forest stream.
- Thence S. or a little to the S.W. up or by the said stream to the point
over against Ogmoor Great Pond head to the E.
- Thence to the cross at the said great Pond head.
- Thence up the middle of this great Pond to the tail of
the lesser or Long Ogmoor Pond which falls or is emptied into the greater.
- Thence from the tail of the lesser pond along the cut or canal or water-course
by which it is supplied to the great morass or marsh.
- Thence up the middle of this morass to the boundary stone.
- Thence to the cross on the road to this, E. of and near to Walden's Lodge.
- Thence to the cross by Hollywater Village on the common.
- Thence over a field straight in a diagonal line by the house of T. Farr,
the half of this field being comprehended in Headley Parish.
- Thence across Hollywater and two or three little fields to the boundary
stone on the common.
- Thence to the cross near two trees near the common.
- Thence in a straight line to another cross on the common, and to Osgood's
- Thence straight to Headley River and the rails upon it.
- Thence straight in a line Eastward up by the hedge side of several fields,
- Thence by the same road back again to Golden Cross.
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