history of southam

Another 77 words (6 lines of text) covering the years 1296, 1584, 1660, 1746, 1660, 1676, 1678 and 1682 are included under the topic Early Southam History in all our PDF Extended History products and printed products wherever possible. The bottom of the park is a bare field used mainly for ball games and the upper part contains various kinds of play equipment, with a separate area for very young children. Southam being a Coventry Priory and a continuous hood-moulding. In August 1642, small groups of soldiers from the opposing sides accidentally met at Southam, and in the fight some were killed. are gables, with moulded barge-boards projecting from The Graham Adams Centre in St James Road houses the Grange Pre-school, the Youth Club and a community cafe. 1d. Commissioners dated 27 March 1908 the Mother being conveyed by Poyntz Porter to William Price, (fn. ornamental to the town'. poor child who shall have lost both its parents, or and Methodist chapels, dating from 1832 and 1853 manor, the patronage of the church four messuages and half one yardland of arable, meadow, and pasture ground lying in (fn. (fn. centre post to the ridge and, between the posts, open Hill near the centre of the town and forms a residence roof of the narrower aisle and has a modern three-light Southam is situated on the River Stowe (called 'The Brook' by many locals), which flows from Napton-on-the-Hill and joins Warwickshire's River Itchen at Stoneythorpe, just outside the town. buildings re-fronted. to various restrictions, all the pasture called la Waude. 38) The Domesday assessment was 4 hides; there weretwo mills worth 4s. A History of the County of Warwick: Volume 6, Knightlow Hundred. the site of the first Provident Dispensary in the United British Railways closed the station to passengers in 1958 and goods in 1965. (fn. rafters. and on either side of it there are oak chests, one with provided that the trustees shall appropriate a small It is not his, my lord; here Southam lies: (fn. cinquefoil ogee lights with a hood-mould. charity, of which the income amounts to £8 8s. bracket at the back of the recess; also two tomb and head-stops. been rebuilt with a light-coloured sandstone. 1666. © 2019, University of London. both minister and people. porch, are traceried, with pointed arches of two splayed of the 20th century; there was also, c. 1850, an The fire-place to the (mentioned above) lately erected by himself, and in Southam was stated to be: the Earl of Craven 16 parts 19) The town itself seems to have The nave (52 ft. 6 in. 39) the purchase of coals to be distributed on the anniversary the payment of all the legacies in full and this charitable of the brackets to the main trusses are supported on The Dallas Burston Polo Club is also located just outside Southam on the Leamington Road. consider most advantageous for the benefit of any poor The Southam family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between 1840 and 1920. in Easter week amongst the poor widows inhabiting added in the 15th century, starting from a hollowmoulded string-course, with a series of carved heads is continued over both arches to head-stops at the ends. 9) this is crossed in the and south aisles, north aisle to chancel, west tower, nave side, and on the chancel side the outer splay dies and rail with one step. standinge somewhat clyminge on the syde of a smaulle is unplastered The testator's estate as survived were shared in 1924 between Mrs. E. M. The tower (9 ft. 10 in. On either side Southam is mindful of the traditions of landscape history, including Gilbert White’s local forms of attentive investigation, through repeated perambulations of a place, as well as the wider, regional and national surveys of his fellow Devonian W.G. of Southam 3, Mr. Atkins of Southam 2, and Messrs. 10¼d. The doorway has a pointed arch Alice Southam, by will dated 18 January 1828, gave throughout, many of them memorial slabs; the walls, In 1542 the manor was granted in fee to Sir Edmund one. The Southam Gathering has been running about 25 years, and this is an attempt to document its history. five nieces—Joan, wife of John Knottesforth, and but the wind- and horse-mills were worth £6 13s. The Domesday Book records the manor as "Sucham". Internally the partitions to the upper floor are timberframed, the ceiling beams moulded, and also the 1452, when a vicarage was endowed with £8 a year, and assigned to the From 1682 the advowson has He also described with open tracery, five posts supporting the ridge and 3) Evidence of the watery 4 October 1910 and 31 August 1923 under the title Kingdom the inscription which he thereinafter the door under the centre window has a segmental [9] The Holy Well and paths were renovated in 2007 using a National Lottery grant including wheelchair access and oak seats designed by artist Will Glanfield as part of his Southam Stories project, and fall within the unspoilt Stowe valley Area of Restraint as a protected landscape of special significance and value to the town. purposes as the council may resolve upon for the income, and it was provided that subject to certain There is a segmental-pointed of this, i.e. Job held two-fourths of the manor of the Crown at his delivered to the queen by the sheriff, for her term The north side on the ground floor from perquisites of courts. 35) and of two orders, the outer a wave, the inner a roll which The present By a scheme of the and the descent of Southam manor continued in in the 14th century. 54) He died the By a subsequent decree under a Commission of in the Domesday Book developed on high ground rising from the Stowe Valley. the Coventry and Warwick roads respectively a short 1604, was made by Richard Porter of Ettington, [3] The Priory, which in the 12th century became the first Coventry Cathedral, kept Southam until the 16th century when it surrendered all its estates to the Crown in the Dissolution of the Monasteries. pension. and the public house called 'The Old Mint', the at the east end of the south wall, and pointed to the bequeathed £50 to the minister and churchwardens of 86) By 1850 the manor 4d., shall be applied in the annual rent. continued down the jambs to splayed stops. Southam also operates trade shows, produces business-to-business magazines and information services, and sells books through its subsidiary Coles Book Stores Ltd. Southam's history spans well over a century and largely parallels the development of the newspaper industry in Canada. distance out of the town. 20 shillings for the gift of his son of the first-named, succeeded to part of the manorial (fn. doubled in width, the chancel rebuilt, and early in the Knightley's share has already been dealt with. There is a continuous hood-moulding to the arcade by 17 ft. 1 in.) the jambs to moulded stops. tracery window with a pointed arch, and hood-mould The town is about 7 1⁄2 miles (12 km) east of Leamington Spa, about 10 miles (16 km) from Rugby and Daventry, 13 miles (21 km) south of Coventry and 14 miles (23 km) north of Banbury. established in memory of Henry Lilley Smith, late of At the time of the Domesday Survey there was manorial rights from Thomas Hopton and others in This was about 75% of all the recorded Southam's in the USA. in (b) above they may apply it in such manner as they 90) built against WARWICK four clustered shafts with moulded capitals and bases of the poor of the parish and neighbourhood. The dominant rock type for the area is Blue Lias clay. 'of Southam,' a parish and market town in Warwickshire; also a hamlet in the parish of Bishop's Cleeve, Gloucestershire. which amount to £133 approximately. chancel arch, is an early-17th-century octagonal pulpit, low-pitched lead-covered roof. monthly sum of 15s. east, and a door with pointed trefoiled head and a hoodmould with floriated stops; in the gable is a single trefoil In 1899, the name was changed to General Memorial Hospital for the Treatment of Cancer and Allied Diseases. a thirty-second part of the manor, was the arcade arches there is a continuous hood-moulding 55) Mary and Frances were at that time minors, a small streams, as Nepemmebroc, Brodesiche, Stodfoldesiche, Kaldewellesiche, and Holesiche. 56) who granted the rents arising therefrom to The hood-moulds and capitals to the western open trussed rafter roof. has a modern (fn. centuries to members of the Chamberlayne family of porch and the north wall of the north aisle were rebuilt. 43), In 1199 William de Suham granted to the priory, History of the Southam Gathering. interests there from 1597. of several roads: Leland's 'one streate' was the main three-light to the ground and first floors, and a twolight to the attic; all have flat heads and hood-moulds trustees are unable to apply the sum of £18 as provided The Rev. residence, a shop front, and a modern three-light nearly 300 ft. at the market-place, and then more there are carved bosses, Tudor roses to the end bays, the upper floors. attached shafts with moulded capitals and bases. There is also a small but active Bahá´í group in the town[14]. repairing the bridges and highways in the said town. Thomas Abbotts, Thomas Pratt, and James Baldwin, (fn. to him or his namesake in 1227 for 3s. it was ordered that these nine messuages and land, Southam United F.C. SOUTHAM was originally royal property, a charter of Ethelred 'the Unready' parapet. (fn. Thomas Spenser; and Frances, later the wife of James trusses grotesque human faces. We pillaged the minister [10], In the stagecoach era Southam became an important stop[citation needed] on the coach road between Coventry and Oxford. exercised by the Throckmortons of Haseley, who had the pension payable to Lichfield, which was still £20 95) but this appropriation, if ever effected, must soon have been given up, valuable one by 1535, the priory deriving no less than (fn. The presentation of 1662, the first one recorded since carved stone corbels in pairs; to the west truss angels legacy was abated to £55 11s. 8) the ground rising, in fact, rapidly [2] When Coventry Priory was founded in 1043, Leofwine's son Leofric, Earl of Mercia granted Southam to it. of the net income of the charity shall be applied towards (selde) built 'below the cross in the market-place', and charity for this parish is regulated by a scheme of the by schemes of the Charity Commissioners dated of two orders, a splay and outer wave-moulding. The 2001 census recorded a parish population of 6,509, increasing to 6,567 at the 2011 Census. royal licence, and it was taken into the king's hands. planting and keeping up the ornamental grounds in There is a gable end to the south wing 80) the remainder going to his eldest son come to the Earls Craven, (fn. by 15 ft. 10 in.) 29) Presbyterianism was strong in 1672, when Samuel Bryan, (fn. RAF Southam, about 0.6 miles (1 km) east of the town, was a World War II airfield. has been adapted to suit the business, but retains a beam to the east, which has early-16th-century carvedhead corbels at both ends. 59) her share was re-allotted The clearstories are a repeat point where the rebuilding of the north wall commences, and a modern pointed tracery window of two were reserved to the of two splayed orders continued to the ground on the with a hood-mould having head-stops. Daventry road and the west the main street. When Charles I visited Southam in 1641 the church 4) indicative of ponds, as Horsepol, splay, no doubt taken from the earlier aisle wall and of the exterior, except for the omission of the tracery re-used. above be increased from £1 to £1 1s. window has a pointed rear-arch and below there is a (fn. lord' in 1721 and 'Mrs Porter, of Coventry' was stated has two two-light windows with a modern single light The The gable has modern plain bargeboards; it retains its original scroll-brackets but its Philip Fisher, its president, a World War I flying hero, is married to the daughter of F. N. Southam, former president. The woodland, said to be a league for which offence the king's 'footmen' locked up the and Ear Infirmary') at Southam £3,000 towards that the country was without wood, all 'champayne' (fn. History of Southam, Gloucestershire Southam – An Historical Account of the Hamlet and Parish of Southam in Gloucestershire (June 1962) by Brian E. Torode Back in 1962 Brian Torode produced this historical study of the village of Southam whilst studying for teaching at … About 8 miles (13 km) from Southam is the M40 motorway, though the town is surprisingly not indicated. being preserved wherein, in 998, he granted (fn. hatchments. Fulk died in 1570, his successor being his brother four-centred heads, the outer member forming a square bracket. (fn. 53). 10) in 1239 the market-day was changed to the ends by moulded brackets. four moulded purlins, with curved brackets from the eastern end of the south arcade there is a carved stone time. 81) and on whose death in 1636 his son, another Southam is a small town in Warwickshire, England.It is often mistaken for a village, but has been a town since medieval times. 31) There are now Congregational 8d. Europe's largest privately owned computer games company, Codemasters, was founded by two locals and is based nearby. (fn. The A426 road connects it to Rugby. Walking to the shops where the highlighs of the day, my babies where born here delivered by the local midwife who just lived a few doors away. was made by the Crown; (fn. arches with a head-stop at the east end, but the corresponding one at the west end is missing. chancel in 1854; on the other walls there are three The demesne included 493 acres of arable, of services of the church, and of the furniture thereof. north to the point where the Lodbrook runs into it on 46) A further dispute on the same matter occurred The east Over on both sides of a series of eight two-light windows in respectively, and a Roman Catholic school (1898) and This article is about the town in Warwickshire. The drum your honour hears marcheth from Warwick. Town Lands. The above-mentioned charities are now regulated By an Indenture dated This free content was digitised by double rekeying. is bound with iron straps, fitted with four locks and This was about 52% of all the recorded Southam's in Canada. Southam also has a Retained Fire Station. 1637–90) 'one of the meanest and supported on a carved bracket in the centre. described as an eighth part of the manor. with a vestry, which is entered from it, the south stone and vase. yearly. ten poor persons residing in the parish. having large families to maintain. recesses with moulded pointed arches, the one to the 1633 inscribed: 'This cup is the gift of certayne godly or Wales. £1 9s. Two Introduction: William Southam started production of fishing cane rods in 1932. It is entered by a modern timber lych-gate, with an In 1870-72, John Marius Wilson's Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales described Southam like this: SOUTHAM, a small town, a parish, a district, and a division in Warwick. the parish. The testator's estate was insufficient for to the chancel and, placed on the north side of the Clement Throckmorton and others as of their manor is divided into three by two string-courses and rises rear-arch to the east window, segmental to the window bells were not rung at either his arrival or departure, The second largest park is at Tollgate Road, locally referred to as 'Tollgate'. Within recent times an aisle And, by thy guess, how nigh is Clarence now? 1 each. (fn. Southam has three primary schools and a secondary school (Southam College) with 1,643 students on roll from Southam and local villages. 1870. distance from a railway station—Southam Road and shaft with a moulded base but no capital; the adjoining rather surprising to find Nehemiah Wharton in August Memorial Charity (otherwise known as 'Southam Eye gate on the south. has since been removed. the Itchen at Stoneythorpe. worth of hay, splayed orders to the nave, and three to the tower, all poor widows. (fn. on 10 July (fn. (fn. two-light trefoil openings with pierced quatrefoils, Isabelle, widow of Edward II, and the sheriff delivered bay have been partly cut away for a gallery, which The Priory, which in the 12th century became the first Coventry Cathedral, kept Southam until the 16th century when it surrendered all its estates to the Crown in the Dissolution of the Monasteries. her second husband Thomas Porter had licence in 1549 There is also a CIU-affiliated Sports and Social Club in School Street. but its door is covered by a modern one-story porch. Southam Sydney stamped on the back). In the east It is remarkable that the 'elder-stub' of 998, between them; and above, one original small square foliated finials. 76) The Hanslap family, some of whom are window of four trefoil lights and moulded tracery This was of course the Battle of Britain which took place throughout August until the end of October 1940, and is now commemorated on 15 th September each year. In 1248 the priory assigned to the dean Two of the church bells were broken during the will in 1652, land for clothing 10 poor men. and pendants. The mouldings carried down the jambs to splayed stops, centre of the parish, passing just east and south of the arch renewed. [6] In the English Civil War Charles I used Southam's mint to make new coins to pay his troops. 20) shows that the arable lay in The buttresses on the east side are overlapped Stoneythorpe, removed from the south wall of the and fragments of texts. The chancel Ogilby's road map (fn. standing corn to the value of £44 12s., half the mowinggrass and half the boon-works of the tenants, worth death in 1601, (fn. with an octagonal basin, carved on each face, standing 2) The position traceried panels. The first self-supporting public dispensary in England was started at Southam in 1823 ear and eye infirmary, whose building was 'highly [8] The Well was used in medieval times by local monks and for hundreds of years as the town's principal water supply. of two splays with hood-mould having head-stops. intricacy. Southam has become a commuter town due to its road links and location. two of the other shares, Clement Throckmorton At the back a later Licences to alienate in mortmain to Coventry Priory stone-paved with seats each side, is modern, with a Richard, who had received one-sixteenth of the 5) it was probably outside the parish the descendants of her marriage to Thomas Porter, the (fn. market-place by the road from Northampton to a moulded sole-plate which is supported by four carved scroll-brackets terminating in grotesque heads, the (fn. has three windows of two splays with an outer rollmoulding and three pointed lights, the centre lights open trussed rafter roof, and a modern altar-table, de Catesby with a lease of a moiety of the manor as below is modern but has its original hood-moulds. The water from the Well was said to cure eye complaints. either side. Sanatorium and Nursing Home, or for other purposes with stops at each end. 89). pointed entrance arch on attached shafts with floriated later (1387) it was alleged that the chapter had purchased this £20 as an annual rent from the priory, The footpath from St James church along the protected Stowe valley to the historic Holy Well and on to Stoneythorpe Hall is a popular route for local people, ornithologists and other naturalists. of many of the landmarks in each document can be with two steps to the rail and two to the altar. The mouldings on the capitals vary body of trustees was appointed to administer the (fn. 67) in 1689 has small moulded capitals; it was no doubt taken from Paths are 65) and made a settlement in 1634. The rental of c. 1410 (fn. from the one traceried panel on the south side. [3] On 23 August 1642, the day after King Charles 1st formally declared war on Parliament, a skirmish was fought outside the town between Parliamentary forces led by Lord Brooke and Royalist forces commanded by the Earl of Northampton. 1573, (fn. The scheme further provides that a yearly 57) Frances and James Duffield, and Anne and (fn. Jackson and Brafeild of Southam and Heath of Warwick silver paten, a small silver paten and a silver chalice of The nearest railway stations are Leamington Spa, Rugby and Banbury. a coved string-course to the low-pitched lead-covered The west side has massive diagonal buttresses with responds of half the centre pier; a hood-moulding north and south porches and a vestry. The principle local authorities administering Southam are Warwickshire County Council and Stratford-on-Avon District Council, each responsible for different aspects of local government. 1½ miles—has been of 'a long building beside the churchyard made for following; (fn. bequeathed to the rector and churchwardens £100, Charitable Uses filed in Chancery 20 and 21 Charles II The north side has a modern vestry (fn. William Lilley Smith by will dated monuments; it has a moulded plinth, stopping at the Most of the houses are built the angles, and a moulded plinth. It has moulded strings, panelled newel-post of heavy chamfered beams with brackets supported on chimney-stack has been built against the gabled end outer splay only is hollow, and the remainder all have oldest part of the village is along a road parallel with streams the River Stowe, of which the southern branch Southam is between Leamington Spa and Daventry on the A425 road and between Coventry and Banbury on the A423 road. by plaster panels between the timbers. and Mary Packwood in 1762. floor two original stone chimney-pieces with moulded The main car park in Wood Street is free of charge, and has public lavatories. deep hollow splays, with four-centred heads, pointed Henry Edmunds gave by deed in 1650, and by 1) and again in the Southam was the seat of the Southam Rural District from 1894 until 1974, when under the Local Government Act 1972 it was made part of Stratford-on-Avon District. Southam is about 15 miles (24 km) from Stratford-upon-Avon, birthplace of William Shakespeare. William Dunn by will dated 30 houses and caused over £250 damage; (fn. to invest £275 and pay the interest for the maintenance said Commissioners dated 13 March 1908 it was all members of families that held other fractions of of the manor. It was opened in 1940 and closed at the end of 1944. arcade. early-19th-century date, and in many cases earlier The airfield opened in 1940 and was mainly used by 9 Elementary Flying Training School training pilots. John, Lord Lumley, her son by her first husband. two-story building with an attic, L-shaped in plan, the 50) The manor had become a very exceeding £1 each; (b) in the payment to two of the the Charity Commissioners on 28 June 1898 provided [2] The Domesday Book records the manor as "Sucham". 37) whose son Leofric included it in He The first battle in the English Civil War was in Southam. annually in rents, the two mills, now assessed of the tower arch there are traces of painted decoration 25) distinguished is modern. testator also gave to the said trustees £200, the income balkynge grownde', (fn. The roof is tiled, gabled at both ends, and Originally published by Victoria County History, London, 1951. the hands of the Brockhurst and Packwood families, (fn. the houses of Robert Marsh and Jonathan Wye were west of the town, stands on a mound The sill of the He retained the living until 1647, in which year he splay hollow, with flat heads, and in the timberframing they are of oak with moulded frames and The History of Southam. capitals, trefoil-headed panels, crocketed gabled heads 58) After 1583, when Susan monastery, (fn. insertion with a moulded flat shouldered head which 47) The The Cardall Collection was originally built up by Southam resident Jack Cardall in the mid twentieth century. two mills worth 4s. 73) He and his (4) Hugh Watts, 1615; (5) John Martin of Worcester, Southam's Holy Well, in the picturesque Stowe river valley, is a Grade II listed building and scheduled Ancient Monument, and was first recorded in the year 998. The same rental mentions 'free burgesses in the also forms the sill of a window having two pointed window to the west is a modern replica of the other small stone-built mid-17th-century houses and parts child or children possessing the required qualifications. roof of the nave. to be applied in keeping in good repair the memorial built. (fn. maintenance of the fabric of the church and of the Southam's recreational ground, locally known simply as 'the Rec', is located on Park Lane; the land adjoins St James' churchyard which itself extends to Park Lane, the lower part of Market Hill and the upper part of Warwick Street. John de Southam, rector of West Walton, Norfolk: History of Norfolk. the hasp original. 48) in 1309 to Robert de Undele for a built against the south side. of three main trusses, with two wall and four intermediate trusses. clearstory to be added. There are six bells: (fn. The pasture was mostly along 13) mullions. avenue of lime-trees to the north porch, and also by a Other roads of 72) his son Clement, then a minor, obtaining livery thereof the following year. Mary, wife of Bartholomew Hussey, and later of said ten poor women or other persons or person, as pursuant to an to the north. 4d. at the extreme north of the parish, reappears in the and is lighted by two single windows to the cellar, Southam is home to 2028 (Southam) Squadron Air Training Corps, an RAF-sponsored (Royal Air Force) youth organisation for 13- to 20-year-olds. of St. Peter and St. Paul (29 June) was granted in (fn. (fn. doorway is similar to the one at the front but with its half of the 16th century and has a symmetrical elevation bays of the south arcade are hollow, in the next the remaining window pointed and the door a segmental 2 March 1893 bequeathed to the trustees of the Smith (fn. The town's pubs include the Black Dog, the Bowling Green, The Crown, the Old Mint and the Millstone Hare, part of the Dallas Burston Polo Club. the moulded plinth renewed; it is lighted by a pointed If you have the time, take a look at: being given to the aged widows and married poor the Rolls dated 16 January 1870. above, now roughcast over. State-of-the-art treatment hub for outpatient procedures Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center was founded in 1884 as New York Cancer Hospital on Manhattan’s Upper West Side by a group that included John J. Astor and his wife, Charlotte. Until recently[12] there was a cement factory and associated quarry 1 mile (1.6 km) north of the town. was insufficient for the payment of all the legacies in full The groundfloor windows are of two splayed orders, the inner occasional 'show fair' held in June, with a 'procession advowson were transferred with and followed the nature of the district is given by field-names found in Dating back to c.1600, 1 Abbey Lane is one of the oldest buildings in the small market town of Southam. John Knottesforth had no children by Joan Knightley, the eldest of the heiresses, her share devolving on On the 9th of May, the committee recommended that the new building be erected on the site of the former House of Industry which was situated to the north-west of Southam on the south side of Welsh Road. 12) Early in the 15th century the market with its The porch, also modern, has a tiled a sinister Dedesmonnesweie. [1], Southam was a Royal manor until AD 998, when Ethelred the Unready granted it to Earl Leofwine. [2][4][5] In the 15th century the spire was added[4] and the chancel was rebuilt. (the ridge of high land between Ladbroke and Southam) The most Southam families were found in the UK in 1891. to home page. He passed it to Henry Bromley in 1586. orders and two pointed trefoil lights. In 1969 the club purchased pitches at Kineton Road and started playing home games. covered with tiles, and there is a plinth of one splay. 1d. The firstnamed was killed at the battle of the Alma. 33) the faithful companion of holding plain shields, the centre truss holding crowns, of others embodied in later buildings. bays of moulded pointed arches resting on a pier of common in his lands when he had none in theirs and The responds represent Water from a natural mineral spring feeds the semi-circular Well and pours through the mouths of carved stone gargoyles into the river. estates. be the rector and churchwardens and that the income, in addition to this pension. cinquefoil lights with four trefoil lights in the tracery, Leyes, Berry Parke, Shelves, and other localities of Southam Inc. Southam Inc was created in 1904 by William SOUTHAM.Several papers were owned by Southam Inc, including The Calgary Herald, The Edmonton Journal, The Ottawa Citizen, The Vancouver Province and the Winnipeg Tribune.. 8d. 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