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{{#display_map:{{#var:Coords}}~{{#replace:{{PAGENAME}}|&#39;|'}}|width=34%|service=leaflet|enablefullscreen=yes}}<div class="pnMapLegend">Helsby, in or near which Robin Hood Field was located.</div>
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{{#display_map:{{#var:Coords}}~{{#replace:{{PAGENAME}}|&#39;|'}}|width=34%|service=leaflet|enablefullscreen=yes}}<div class="pnMapLegend">The former Robin Hood Field.</div>
 
[[File:{{#var:Pnimage}}|thumb|right|500px|Peeping into Robin Hood Field from Lower Robin Hood Lane / Google Earth Street View.]]
 
[[File:{{#var:Pnimage}}|thumb|right|500px|Peeping into Robin Hood Field from Lower Robin Hood Lane / Google Earth Street View.]]
 
<p id="byline">By Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2017-01-21. Revised by {{#realname:{{REVISIONUSER}}}}, {{REVISIONYEAR}}-{{REVISIONMONTH}}-{{REVISIONDAY2}}.</p>
 
<p id="byline">By Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2017-01-21. Revised by {{#realname:{{REVISIONUSER}}}}, {{REVISIONYEAR}}-{{REVISIONMONTH}}-{{REVISIONDAY2}}.</p>
 
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Robin Hood Field in Helsby is first recorded in 1844. It was named after the [[Robin Hood (Helsby)|Robin Hood]] pub until recently located on its south-western corner, the intersection of Chester Road and [[Lower Robin Hood Lane (Helsby)|Lower Robin Hood Lane]].
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Robin Hood Field in Helsby is first recorded in 1844. It was named after the [[Robin Hood (Helsby)|Robin Hood]] pub which was until recently located on its south-western corner, the intersection of Chester Road and [[Lower Robin Hood Lane (Helsby)|Lower Robin Hood Lane]].
  
The field is listed in the 1844 tithe award for Helsby with a Henry Haspell as owner, John Lewis, Jr., as occupier, state of cultivation as 'Pasture', and an area of 6 acres, 31 roods and 9 perches ({{AcreRoodPerchToM2|6|31|8}} m<sup>2</sup>).<ref>Online at the [https://www.thegenealogist.co.uk/ Genealogist.co.uk], piece 05, sub-piece 199, image 013, item 144 (subscription required); {{:Dodgson, John McNeal 1970a}}, vol. III, p. 238, dates it 1845 and refers to it as 'TA 199'.</ref> Like [[Helsby place-name cluster|several other fields]] in the imemdiate vicinity is was named after the [[Robin Hood (Helsby)|pub.]] It occupied an area corresponding in present day terms roughly to that bounded by [[Lower Robin Hood Lane (Helsby)|Lower Robin Hood Lane]], [[Sherwood Grove (Helsby)|Sherwood Grove]], Parkfield Drive and Chester Road (A56).
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The field is listed in the 1844 tithe award for Helsby with a Henry Haspell as owner, John Lewis, Jr., as occupier, state of cultivation as 'Pasture', and an area of 6 acres, 31 roods and 9 perches ({{AcreRoodPerchToM2|6|31|8}} m<sup>2</sup>).<ref>Online at the [https://www.thegenealogist.co.uk/ Genealogist.co.uk], piece 05, sub-piece 199, image 013, item 144 (subscription required); {{:Dodgson, John McNeal 1970a}}, vol. III, p. 238, dates it 1845 and refers to it as 'TA 199'.</ref> Like [[Helsby place-name cluster|several other fields]] in the imemdiate vicinity it was named after the [[Robin Hood (Helsby)|pub.]] It occupied an area corresponding in present day terms roughly to that bounded by [[Lower Robin Hood Lane (Helsby)|Lower Robin Hood Lane]], [[Sherwood Grove (Helsby)|Sherwood Grove]], Parkfield Drive and Chester Road (A56).
 
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== Gazetteers ==
 
== Gazetteers ==

Revision as of 18:10, 3 June 2019

Locality
Coordinate 53.271308, -2.77177
Adm. div. Cheshire
Vicinity In or near Helsby
Type Area
Interest Robin Hood name
Status Defunct
First Record 1845
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The former Robin Hood Field.
Peeping into Robin Hood Field from Lower Robin Hood Lane / Google Earth Street View.

By Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2017-01-21. Revised by Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2019-06-03.

Robin Hood Field in Helsby is first recorded in 1844. It was named after the Robin Hood pub which was until recently located on its south-western corner, the intersection of Chester Road and Lower Robin Hood Lane.

The field is listed in the 1844 tithe award for Helsby with a Henry Haspell as owner, John Lewis, Jr., as occupier, state of cultivation as 'Pasture', and an area of 6 acres, 31 roods and 9 perches (55846.62 m2).[1] Like several other fields in the imemdiate vicinity it was named after the pub. It occupied an area corresponding in present day terms roughly to that bounded by Lower Robin Hood Lane, Sherwood Grove, Parkfield Drive and Chester Road (A56).

Gazetteers

MS sources

  • 1844 Tithe award for Helsby, online at the Genealogist.co.uk, piece 05, sub-piece 199, image 013, item 144 (subscription required)
  • Accompanying map, online at the Genealogist.co.uk, piece 05, sub-piece 199, sub-image 001, item 137 (subscription required).

Printed sources

Maps

Also see

Notes

  1. Online at the Genealogist.co.uk, piece 05, sub-piece 199, image 013, item 144 (subscription required); Dodgson, John McN.; Rumble, Alexander R. The Place-Names of Cheshire, pts. I-V (English Place-Name Society, vols. XLIV-XLVIII, LIV, LXXIV) (Cambridge, 1970-72; [s.l.], 1981; Nottingham, 1997), vol. III, p. 238, dates it 1845 and refers to it as 'TA 199'.