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Re: British Answers to Well-k…
by dereer View the latest post
Mon Jul 26, 2021 02:30
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Bitterne bypass :
Until the nineteenth century there was no village of Bitterne. There was a very small settlement nearer the river at Bitterne Manor, as well as a number of manor houses in the area, and clusters of farm workers cottages, but nothing at all in what is now the centre.
Chessel House was built in 1796 by David Lance. To improve access to
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