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Surrey Archaeological Society, 2003 (updated 2016)

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S17 The home estate, granges and smaller properties of Waverley Abbey

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S17 Appendix 1 Waverley tithe apportionment and map

S21 Appendix 2 Wanborough land use

S22 Appendix 3 Neatham land use and tithe apportionment

S26 Appendix 4 Northolt tithe apportionment and map

S28 Appendix 5 Oxenford tithe apportionment and map

S31 Appendix 6 Riehull tithe apportionment and map

S34 Appendix 7 Curridge tithe apportionment and map

S36 Appendix 8 Nutshelf tithe apportionment and map

S38 Appendix 9 Dockenfield tithe apportionment and map

S41 Appendix 10 Boyatt tithe apportionment and map

S43 Appendix 11 Swarraton Grange tithe apportionment and map

S46 Appendix 12 Dummer tithe apportionment and map

S49 Appendix 13 Tongham tithe apportionment and map

S52 Appendix 14 Shaw tithe apportionment and map

S54 Appendix 15 Rogate tithe apportionment and map

S57 Appendix 16 Ockshott (Oxshott) tithe apportionment and map

S60 Appendix 17 Merwick (Burgate) tithe apportionments and map

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