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Acridge Lane

Acridge LaneThe extract from the 1794 map shows what was then Acridge Lane which was in the East End tithing. The junction with Puppy Lane can be seen on the right and Bathway is at the top of this map.
There are no references to this estate in the churchwarden accounts which start in 1699 but there is a record in the poor book dated 1745 when Lewis Thiery was paying for Acridge and Clarks.
 The name was still applied to a field that formed part of East End farm in 1933 but it is name that is not recognised today.
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