Land ownership in the Home Furlong of North Laine in 1792

As shown by the Terrier map of 1792

By Peter Crowhurst, North Laine resident

Look for the number on the coloured map. The chart below lists those strips of land and who owned them. It also tells you how many paul pieces were in that strip. A paul piece was an area of land roughly equivalent to an eighth of an acre although they varied in width and length.

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Images from the collection of Terry Etherton

Photo:List of who owned which piece of land

List of who owned which piece of land

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