A History of the County of Hampshire: Volume 3. Originally published by Victoria County History, London, 1908.
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The Editor wishes to express his thanks to all those who have assisted in the work of compiling the histories of the parishes dealt with in this volume, but particularly to the Earl of Northbrook, the Earl of Selborne, G.C.M.G., the Lord Hylton, the Lord Basing, the Lord Swaythling, the Lady Mary Shelley, the Lady Laura Ridding, Count Beaumont-Gurowski, Rev. H. Peto Betts, M.A., Rev. R. F. Bigg-Wither, M.A., Rev. Canon Braithwaite, M.A., Rev. E. Kenworthy Browne, M.A., Rev. F. J. Causton, M.A., Rev. J. W. S. Danbury, B.A., Rev. E. D. Heathcote, M.A., Rev. J. Jenkyns, M.A., Rev. W. H. Laverty, M.A., Rev. Campbell Lock, M.A., Rev. T. H. Masters, M.A., Rev. G. W. Minns, LL.B., F.S.A., Rev. Botry Pigott, Rev. Sumner Wilson, M.A., Mr. Arthur Arnold, Mrs. Pleydell Bouverie-Campbell-Wyndham, Mr. J. Ulick Burke, B.A., J.P., Mr. Tankerville Chamberlayne, B.A., Capt. Edw. Chawner, Mr. Spencer Clarke, Mr. W. Dale, F.S.A., F.G.S., Mr. William Deverell, M.A., D.L., J.P., Mr. H. J. Dutton, J.P., Mr. Edward Eames, Mr. Alfred T. Everitt, Mr. A. E. W. Fleming, Mr. Edgar Goble, Mr. C. R. Gunner, Mr. Charles Holme, F.L.S., Mr. F. H. T. Jervoise, F.S.A., Mr. Montagu G. Knight, D.L., Miss Lemprière, Mr. R. M. Lucas, Mr. A. R. Malden, M.A., F.S.A., Mr. Michael C. M'Creagh-Thornhill, Mr. H. B. Middleton, Col. Mildmay, Mrs. Barker Mill, Mr. H. Stuart Moore, F.S.A., Mr. N. C. H. Nisbett, A.R.I.B.A., Mr. George Parker, Mr. S. E. Pitter, Mr. H. F. Rawstorne, Mr. W. H. Saunders, Mr. A. E. Scott, J.P., Mr. John Silvester, Mrs. Vinn, Mr. J. C. Warner, Mrs. Harrison Wayne, and Mr. A. Ingham Whitaker, J.P., who, by the loan of manuscripts, supplying information, and otherwise have much lightened the work of the contributors.
Some discrepancies may occasionally be noticed between the amount of arable, pasture and woodland in each parish, which has been kindly supplied by the Board of Agriculture, and the total area of each parish taken from the Ordnance Survey maps. The former statistics are given as near as they can be obtained, but occasionally where holdings are in two parishes the owner has inadvertently returned the whole area of his holding under the parish in which he resides.