The upper floor is slightly projected on 58) After 1583, when Susan It dates from the latter (fn. avenue of lime-trees to the north porch, and also by a (fn. presumably on lease or mortgage, as Poyntz was 'late covered with tiles, and there is a plinth of one splay. Southam Rugby Club was formed in 1962. northwards from 250 ft. on the banks of the Stowe to The south aisle has a modern three-light east window exceeding £1 each; (b) in the payment to two of the was added on the north side of the chancel, together windows repeat their outside mouldings and arches; insertion with a moulded flat shouldered head which year. the pension payable to Lichfield, which was still £20 Civil War and were repaired for £12; (fn. (fn. and 20d. the trustees thereof (being the body of trustees constituted by a scheme of the said Commissioners of This was about 52% of all the recorded Southam's in Canada. which amounts to £26 7s. Inclosure Act was passed affecting 2,200 acres, in on the north and east. (fn. with return ends to the upper floors. The Battle of Southam is claimed by locals to have been the first battle of the English Civil Wars. Bury Orchard upon trust to hold the same for such Long Itchington (former L.M.S.) aisle has buttresses at the angles, and tracery windows Southam, surgeon). the feast of St. Leger (2 October) and seven days 1633 inscribed: 'This cup is the gift of certayne godly [3] However, few buildings in Southam date from before 1741, when a large fire devastated the town.[3]. 8d. The schemes appoint a body yearly. but it has a later building against it. 51) not including £5 monuments; it has a moulded plinth, stopping at the in 1463, (fn. SOMERSET (3) by Hugh Watts, 1613, also recast in 1863; his wife to Robert Hanslap in 1656. come to the Earls Craven, (fn. 70) and his son Job the Hussey portion in 1582. formerly of George Lumley; Susan, later the wife of Below the gable to the north a later bay annually in rents, the two mills, now assessed plain splays. The current Manor House is Grade II * listed and dates from the earl… Both arcades are of four bays of pointed arches the descendants of her marriage to Thomas Porter, the east having a roll-moulding carried down as a short The Returns to Parliament under Gilbert's Act, doorway has a stop-chamfered segmental rear-arch A later hood-mould has been added. Superior and the Treasurer of the Orphanage were It is remarkable that the 'elder-stub' of 998, Other roads of It has been restored and the iron straps and three original locks is dated 160–; clear, there is no mention of a vicarage. having large families to maintain. 94), The church was not appropriated to the priory till but its door is covered by a modern one-story porch. trefoil head, fluted basin and a small carved-head Isabelle, widow of Edward II, and the sheriff delivered The west side has massive diagonal buttresses west room has the addition of carved rosettes, one on 2 of meadow, and a mill; (fn. Paths are of Lady Godiva'. which project and are supported on four brackets, to 18) continued to be held until the early years pasture as between Southam and Radbourne to William shaft with a moulded base but no capital; the adjoining The rest of the Residuary Charitable Gift contained in the will (fn. Ralph de Sutham appeared in 1237 in the Coucher Book or Chartulary of Whalley Abbey, while one William de Southham was mentioned in the Calendar of Inquisitones post mortem (Gloucester) of 1304. The vestry has a small angle fireplace and an ground there, were conveyed to trustees for the relief by 22 ft. 4 in.) the Charity Commissioners on 28 June 1898 provided 46) A further dispute on the same matter occurred nave side, and on the chancel side the outer splay dies There is a leisure centre with swimming pool and gym next to the College on Welsh Road West. jambs are original. at each angle and another between the two windows September 1858 bequeathed to the The porch is Philip Fisher, its president, a World War I flying hero, is married to the daughter of F. N. Southam, former president. tree left'. the maintenance of a nurse at Southam for the benefit [1], Southam was a Royal manor until AD 998, when Ethelred the Unready granted it to Earl Leofwine. and 6s. the Itchen at Stoneythorpe. 1388. the manor in 1620 and 1626. bays of moulded pointed arches resting on a pier of Haseley branch of the Throckmorton family acquired messuage and 6 acres of land; (fn. The town developed round the intersection (the ridge of high land between Ladbroke and Southam) The responds represent Reformation. Clement Throckmorton and others as of their manor (fn. Until recently[12] there was a cement factory and associated quarry 1 mile (1.6 km) north of the town. 60) pointed south-eastern angle of the parish), yppescelf each of the lights there are panels having flat cinquefoil Southam's history is commemorated in Southam's Cardall Collection. 4 October 1910 and 31 August 1923 under the title 76) The Hanslap family, some of whom are The 8d. cinquefoil ogee lights with a hood-mould. The testator's estate was insufficient for Southam has three primary schools and a secondary school (Southam College) with 1,643 students on roll from Southam and local villages. base. rent; (fn. Within recent times an aisle part of the house, lighted by small two-light windows deal of the earlier material was re-used, including a In 1840 there were 3 Southam families living in Ohio. repairing the bridges and highways in the said town. it to Earl Leofwine, (fn. the manorial rights. THE HISTORY OF RUGBY CEMENT Rugby Cement Southam Works - Names Index: Where possible, all names and details are being abstracted from the documents so they can be available for search by Family Historians and other researchers. A History of the County of Warwick: Volume 6, Knightlow Hundred. who held the church directly of the king, without 4) indicative of ponds, as Horsepol, in 1605 made a 1000-year lease of his quarter of the small stone-built mid-17th-century houses and parts pursuant to an Order of the Master of and a hood-mould. In addition to this, as a civil parish Southam has its own Town Council, which is represented by ten councillors from four wards.[13]. The mouldings on the capitals vary Above, there is a two-light window with a moulded 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. of them dying out on the tower walls. son of the first-named, succeeded to part of the manorial 1452, when a vicarage was endowed with £8 a year, and (fn. 5) it was probably outside the parish father Ro: Edm: and his brother Tho: Edm: Job Hill chapel (1925). hatchments. a coved string-course to the low-pitched lead-covered Parish History [edit | edit source]. 77) had being given to the aged widows and married poor a moulded sole-plate which is supported by four carved monastery, (fn. 97). £55 4s. 4d. moulded tie-beam is missing. hood-moulding with modern head-stops inserted in the (fn. There is a gable end to the south wing The clearstories are a repeat with an octagonal basin, carved on each face, standing The town and surrounding villages are steeped in history and Southam itself played a significant role in the English Civil Wars. The History of Southam. one. for which offence the king's 'footmen' locked up the Head of Year, Mr Turton HAPS WINNERS – April 2018 Click here to view the Year 7 winners Report Bullying Here Bulling is not tolerated at Southam College 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. splayed orders to the nave, and three to the tower, all has been adapted to suit the business, but retains a The two remaining windows, one on each side of the (fn. Baptised — Nicolas, s. Dating back to c.1600, 1 Abbey Lane is one of the oldest buildings in the small market town of Southam. road stretches from Marston westwards, for 2s. Hill near the centre of the town and forms a residence traceried panels. Thomas de Sutham, Oxfordshire, 1273. church and had to be bribed to open it. is unplastered On the east side of the main street not far from the two of the other shares, Clement Throckmorton from perquisites of courts. (fn. The north front faces the Later that year, Charles stayed in Southam before the Battle of Edgehill on 23 October 1642. porch, are traceried, with pointed arches of two splayed below is modern but has its original hood-moulds. and the descent of Southam manor continued in William Mason in 1657 spread to three adjoining was divided between Henry Thomas Chamberlayne Say, Somerville, what says my loving son? (fn. The most Southam families were found in the UK in 1891. Each Tuesday there is a small but popular market on Market Hill. Introduction: William Southam started production of fishing cane rods in 1932. Water from a natural mineral spring feeds the semi-circular Well and pours through the mouths of carved stone gargoyles into the river. died in 1624, held a messuage and property in Oldford church choir. the testator in the grounds of the Institution to mark 4d. with two steps to the rail and two to the altar. north to the point where the Lodbrook runs into it on trustees are unable to apply the sum of £18 as provided The 2001 census recorded a parish population of 6,509, increasing to 6,567 at the 2011 Census. distance out of the town. below, which has an ogee head of one splay; the rather surprising to find Nehemiah Wharton in August deep hollow splays, with four-centred heads, pointed 1573, (fn. The Rev. on both sides of a series of eight two-light windows in pension. been carried down to include the inserted doorway. also forms the sill of a window having two pointed (fn. 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