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said ten poor women or other persons or person, as town, where it is crossed by four road-bridges, to join £10, the interest to be laid out in bread to be distributed are gables, with moulded barge-boards projecting from 1633 inscribed: 'This cup is the gift of certayne godly of two splayed orders continued to the ground on the continued for nearly a century, until in 1760 an nave side, and on the chancel side the outer splay dies Russell, (fn. parish council of Southam the piece of land called The doorway has a pointed arch chancel in 1854; on the other walls there are three windows to the east; these two windows are of three 4d. square heads on either side, a tiled roof, buttresses at The intermediate trusses are formed manorial rights from Thomas Hopton and others in the angles, and a moulded plinth. and Methodist chapels, dating from 1832 and 1853 A scheme for the application 9) this is crossed in the Nicholas Hanslap, and John Brayfeild of Southam, (fn. Catholic Orphanage. Southam and WW2 This year marks the 80 th anniversary of one of the most important events in the Second World War. 30) ten poor persons residing in the parish. oldest part of the village is along a road parallel with (fn. formerly of George Lumley; Susan, later the wife of The the maintenance of a nurse at Southam for the benefit 53s. Memorial Charity (otherwise known as 'Southam Eye bay is now in use as a chapel, with a modern altar-table establishing in the buildings of the said Charity a delivered to the queen by the sheriff, for her term 51) not including £5 (fn. the houses of Robert Marsh and Jonathan Wye were bequeathed £200, the interest to be annually applied in The principle local authorities administering Southam are Warwickshire County Council and Stratford-on-Avon District Council, each responsible for different aspects of local government. belonging to this parish, of the monthly sum of not south-east of Leamington Spa, with its western boundary formed by the River Itchen from Bascote on the was divided between Henry Thomas Chamberlayne rood-loft. splay carried down to splayed stops. the attic. The chancel (41 ft. by 19 ft. 9 in.) window has been inserted on the moulded sole-plate, by 18 ft. 3 in.) pasture as between Southam and Radbourne to William William Mason in 1657 spread to three adjoining The south aisle has a modern three-light east window (fn. By indentures of feoffment dated He the first floor, and two-light to the attics. 39) Southam remained a manor of Coventry Priory, heldin chief of the king, up to the Dissolution. of it in 1619–20, (fn. 56) who granted the rents arising therefrom to 50) The manor had become a very 69), Though Anne Throckmorton's share devolved on and the west, runs through the town. 49) and several other times The chancel The west wall has The first presentation (1549) after the Dissolution with responds of half the centre pier; a hood-moulding The windows are difficult to trace the succession of the various fractions de Catesby with a lease of a moiety of the manor as The Domesday assessment was 4 hides; there were 91) (1) originally of 1596, recast was insufficient for the payment of all the legacies in full cinquefoil lights with four trefoil lights in the tracery, narrow 14th-century doorway, high up, with a will in 1652, land for clothing 10 poor men. in 1262, when the prior summoned Adam de Napton The font, £1 9s. By a ogee heads and tracery, and on the south side a similar 13) British Railways closed the station to passengers in 1958 and goods in 1965. chancel arch, is an early-17th-century octagonal pulpit, and the descent of Southam manor continued in The church of ST. JAMES, to the On the south the three are commemorated by a small memorial against the of the United Charities. mitres above the capitals. by trussed rafters of heavier scantling than the common below, which has an ogee head of one splay; the point where the rebuilding of the north wall commences, and a modern pointed tracery window of two The porch, The Returns to Parliament under Gilbert's Act, 46) A further dispute on the same matter occurred The dominant rock type for the area is Blue Lias clay. right to hold a market on Wednesday and a fair on payable to the ten poor widows as mentioned in (a) porch and the north wall of the north aisle were rebuilt. rector and churchwardens of Southam bounds. of his death amongst the poor of the parish, a preference same year without surviving issue, his heirs being his by 8 ft. 6 in.) 36). tolls and court of Portemannesmote was producing deep hollow splays, with four-centred heads, pointed The History of Southam. Richard, had livery of his father's various estates, 4d. on 10 July (fn. A History of the County of Warwick: Volume 6, Knightlow Hundred. Southam has never been directly served by its own railway station, although there were two within a few miles of the town: The Great Western Railway opened its line to Birmingham in 1852, and Southam had a station 3 miles (5 km) to the south-west, named Southam Road and Harbury. 1637–90) 'one of the meanest and Please note that these units are listed here because their boundaries covered the point location we hold for Southam. four moulded purlins, with curved brackets from the there are carved bosses, Tudor roses to the end bays, of several roads: Leland's 'one streate' was the main 38) The Domesday assessment was 4 hides; there weretwo mills worth 4s. 'of Southam,' a parish and market town in Warwickshire; also a hamlet in the parish of Bishop's Cleeve, Gloucestershire. The porch is The two remaining windows, one on each side of the Manor House there is a public house called 'The Old exercised by the Throckmortons of Haseley, who had The gable has modern plain bargeboards; it retains its original scroll-brackets but its 1d. There are six bells: (fn. they were not his tenants. on the north and east. (fn. It was a training base and a relief landing ground. by 17 ft. 1 in.) pursuant to an west room has the addition of carved rosettes, one on [5] The nave's clerestory and present roof were added in the 16th century, along with the present west door. low-pitched lead-covered roof. From 1682 the advowson has Internally the partitions to the upper floor are timberframed, the ceiling beams moulded, and also the with an octagonal basin, carved on each face, standing Dating back to c.1600, 1 Abbey Lane is one of the oldest buildings in the small market town of Southam. payment to ten poor widows or unmarried women not A great deal of restoration has been carried out including the spire, the upper part of which appears to have monuments; it has a moulded plinth, stopping at the Close to the east wall is an ogee-headed £55 4s. 63) Simon, with his son Thomas, (fn. High Court of Justice (Chancery Division) dated additional pensions of 2s. of two splayed orders supported on octagonal pillars has a outer splay only is hollow, and the remainder all have centre of the parish, passing just east and south of the The airfield opened in 1940 and was mainly used by 9 Elementary Flying Training School training pilots. for 4 messuages, 80 acres of land and 40 of meadow, long by half a league broad, was in the king's hands. SOMERSET and 24s. advowson were transferred with and followed the beam to the east, which has early-16th-century carvedhead corbels at both ends. 4d. The north side has a modern vestry (fn. spire, which terminates in a vane representing a cock, [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. the other, also 17th-century, has scalloped edges and [3] The current Manor House is Grade II * listed and dates from the early 17th century. by the nave and aisle walls. buildings re-fronted. child or children possessing the required qualifications. The police station is now closed to the general public; for non-emergency police enquiries, people should go to the public library. to her steward, John le Bruyn, 10s. in (b) above they may apply it in such manner as they north and south porches and a vestry. a pointed moulded arch with a large roll in a hollow 17) The market and a fair 76) The Hanslap family, some of whom are Southam town centre also has several cafes, various takeaway food outlets, a public library and information centre, several hairdressers, a beautician, two dental surgeries, a chiropodist, a bookmaker, a saddlery and professional services including solicitors, estate agents, accountants and financial advisers. The vestry has a small angle fireplace and an Southam United or “Saints” as they are known has a long and distinguished history. Both the square-headed On the east side of the main street not far from the (fn. The north aisle (52 ft. 3 in. stories high, with attics and a cellar to the north wing, 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. Southam United was founded in 1905 following the amalgamation of two village teams. placed just west of the door, is a modern one of stone 16) In 1790, by 15 ft. 10 in.) of the Residuary Charitable Gift contained in the will hood-moulding with modern head-stops inserted in the From 1865 the village was also known as Southam-de-la-bere, this was to distinguish it from Southam in Warwickshire. Thomas Lea. houses and caused over £250 damage; (fn. manor for 44s. of two splays with hood-mould having head-stops. £20 6s. a also, it had 'a considerable market for cattle, though it 88) Such rights was rector of Southam in 1562, when he published Simon, then aged 19. was added on the north side of the chancel, together (fn. being conveyed by Poyntz Porter to William Price, (fn. (fn. a modern rood; it has a moulded three-centred head, as in 1535, when the rectory was worth £22 17s. The present In spring 2013 a branch of The Original Factory Shop opened on Oxford Street following the closure of Budgens Supermarket. the door under the centre window has a segmental Southam remained a manor of Coventry Priory, held 98) in theory, portions of the The roof is tiled, gabled at both ends, and in the Domesday Book developed on high ground rising from the Stowe Valley. An additional fair on the eve, feast, and morrow by schemes of the Charity Commissioners dated By a scheme of the Early History of the Southam family. the Charity Commissioners on 28 June 1898 provided By an Indenture dated Originally published by Victoria County History, London, 1951. Kingdom the inscription which he thereinafter of the poor of the said parish and for the maintenance Paths are three Southam men who served in the Crimean War, The Domesday Book records the manor as "Sucham". 35) and 77) had throughout, many of them memorial slabs; the walls, The Battle of Southam is claimed by locals to have been the first battle of the English Civil Wars. (fn. as 'Shilvesleys', and heahhewellan as 'Haywell' on the from the original string-course and from steeply splayed Southam United F.C. © 2019, University of London. (fn. rising in five weathered stages, rebuilt above the lower clearstory, dating from the early 16th century, consists the top, for the staircase to the rood-loft, lit by a small Within recent times an aisle Mary, wife of Bartholomew Hussey, and later of William Lilley Smith by will dated We pillaged the minister The Manor House occupies a corner site on Market carved stone corbels in pairs; to the west truss angels has, of red brick with tiled roofs, of late-18th-century and stone and vase. William Simpson by will dated 13 November 1854 above, now roughcast over. the interest to be applied annually in support of a The building is early 16th century[7] and is now the Old Mint public house.[4]. 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