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Moggs Parks

Moggs Parks are described as four closes called the Parks the 1766 ledgers. The  Moggs name suggests they were in  in Holly Marsh  near Farrington Gurney but they were listed with Yorks park which were described as being in Holly Marsh wich may have been Emborough,  in Ston Easton or East End. Neither the 1794 map or 1840 tithe maps are clear about location of som of the parks. The list below is in the order the closes were recorded in the ledger.
Hill Park. Hills is a name that may apply to several locations.
Stubb Park was in Hollow Marsh near Farrington Gurney according to the 1840 map.
Mead Park. Mead appears in  the name of several fields.
The Coppice is another generic name.
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