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A History of the County of Worcester: Volume 3. Originally published by Victoria County History, London, This free content was digitised by double rekeying. All rights reserved.

Feccanhom ix cent. Love in feckenham is a large parish in the extreme east of the county on the borders of Warwickshire and has an area of 6, acres, fn. The soil varies considerably in different parts of the parish, consisting chiefly of strong clay, gravel, marl and sand. The ground rises gradually from the west to the east, where the parish is bounded by a continuation of the Lickey Hills, which in some places rise to a height of ft.

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Brandon Brook, a tributary of the Bow Brook, rises in the parish, which is also watered by the Bow Brook and other of its tributaries. The chief ro are one from Alcester through the village of Feckenham Love in feckenham Droitwich, which is sometimes called the Lower Salt Way and is said to be of Roman origin, and the Ridgeway, which passes along the eastern boundary of the parish to Redditch and divides Worcestershire from Warwickshire.

There is no railway in the parish, the nearest station being at Redditch, 5 miles away. The chief industries are the manufacture of needles and fish-hooks, for which the parish was well known in Agriculture also gives employment to a of people. Besides the village there are the hamlets of Callow Hill and Hunt End in the north, and Astwood Bank and part of Crabbs Cross in the east, on the borders of Warwickshire.

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The village of Feckenham is situated about 8 miles east of Droitwich upon the main road to Alcester. Of the houses which compose the village itself the majority are of red brick and include some good examples of late Georgian work.

The principal street le northwards from the main road to the church, on the south side of which is an open space surrounded by cottages, known as 'The Square. It has been turned into a cottage within the last forty years, and hardly any original details remain, with the exception of a fine oak door, with its moulded posts and head. Before being put to its present use, and while still the Love in feckenham, it had been drastically repaired, as recorded on a tablet fixed upon the south wall, inscribed as follows: 'Erected A.

Repaired A. The church lies to the north, and near it is the site of the old prison, formerly known as 'Bennett's Bower,' fn. The house is of the normal central hall type of the 16th century, Love in feckenham the private apartments on the left hand of the entrance and the kitchen and offices on the right. Some good early 17th-century panelling remains in the room to the left of the entrance hall on the ground floor. A new entrance and staircase have been formed on the kitchen side, and the attic floor has been abolished to heighten the first floor.

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The stacks are of stone ashlar with good brick shafts. A moat, now partially filled up, surrounds the house. The farm buildings are modern.

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Astwood Love in feckenham Farm, which stands about half a mile to the north of Shurnock Court, is a two-storied brick house of midth-century date, surrounded by a moat still filled with water. A row of attic gables were added in the first half of the 17th century, which give the front elevation a particularly elaborate and symmetrical appearance. These have carved barge-boards and ornamental curved strutting. The windows, with one exception, have been blocked, as this floor is no longer utilized for living rooms.

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Love in feckenham a rain-water head is the date The porch, of two stories, seems also to be an addition of this date, and contains original benches with baluster legs. There is some good Jacobean panelling in two of the upper rooms, though the interior has been for the most part completely modernized. The most important house in the neighbourhood is Norgrove Court, a fine red brick mansion of midth-century date, two stories in height with a mezzanine floor at the rear.

The plan is oblong, with the entrance hall and principal stairs near the centre of the north side, occupying half the depth of the house from back to front. The principal rooms occupy the ground floor of the south or garden front.

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The kitchen was originally at the north-west angle, the accompanying offices being all on this side of the house. The principal staircase has oak newels with carved finials. The balusters and handrails have been much repaired and restored. The interior generally has suffered from alterations to suit it Love in feckenham the needs of a farm-house. Some fine plaster overmantels remain in two of the bedrooms on the first floor and in the panelled room on the mezzanine Love in feckenham the west side of the entrance hall. On the south or garden front the level of the first floor is marked by a moulded string-course of stone, and the windows have architraves, central mullions and transoms of the same material.

On the first floor are two blocked doorways with moulded stone jambs and two-light openings above the lintels, which must have been originally intended to open on to flights of steps leading down to the garden. It is possible that a balcony may have connected the two flights, as the windows of the ground floor beneath this portion have evidently been disturbed, and have wooden frames in place of the original stone mullions. On either side of each doorway filled-up pockets in the brickwork mark the position of the handrails or balustrades.

The bricks employed for the blocking of the doorways are of the same depth as those employed for the rest of the walling.

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It is, therefore, quite probable that the arrangement, though deed, was never carried out. At the angles of the walls are plain stone quoins. Tiled hipped roofs of uniform height crown all four elevations, and their projecting eaves are supported by carved console brackets of wood. From the central valley formed by the four roofs rises a large octagonal chimney stack.

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The remaining stacks are square on plan, with panelled sides, ornamented with geometrical patterns in lighter bricks. The house is a good example of the 'modernizing' Love in feckenham of the first half of the 17th century, where, though the bedrooms are still 'en suite,' the later notions of domestic privacy are beginning to obtain, and the hall is reduced to a more staircase.

Originally the whole of Feckenham was included in the extensive forest of the same name. About Sir John Throckmorton seems to have begun inclosing the common in the forest, but met with great opposition from the tenants, three of whom were committed to the Marshalsea for 'plucking downe Love in feckenham a frame of timber erected by Sir John Throgmorton in a copie holde of his.

Here, as elsewhere, the inclosures were followed by riots; people with spades and armed with 'warlike munitions of all sorts' began throwing down inclosures. They were dispersed by thirty or forty men sent by the sheriff and justices of the county, but not before they had 'in most daring manner presented themselves armed with pikes, forest bills, and the like,' and not only slighted the power of the sheriff and justices, but 'assailed their persons and protested they would fight it out.

John de Feckenham, the last Abbot of Westminster and a celebrated divine, was born in the parish or forest of Feckenham. Among the place-names are Wyshamclos, fn. Lovelyne survives in the modern Love Lane Farm.

His son Roger forfeited it in for rebellion against the Conqueror. During the early part of the 13th century Hugh de Nevill answered at the Exchequer for certain land in Feckenham, which had been granted to him, probably by King John, fn.

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It was granted in as dower to Queen Eleanor, fn. His interest passed on his death in to his only daughter Ann, fn. Lady Throckmorton was found to be cutting down and selling timber in the park 'to the utter spoileing and defacing thereof,' fn. Philippa of Hainault.

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Coventry, Earl of Coventry. Sable a fesse ermine between three crescents or. In there were at Feckenham a reeve, a beadle, a miller, a smith, and a radman.

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The reeve and beadle were still elected in The heriot claimed by the lord on the death of every freeholder and every copyholder paying rent 'by the free roll,' and on the alienation of their land, was the best horse or gelding and best bull or ox at the will of the lord and the best saddle and bridle, the saddle Love in feckenham to the reeve and the bridle to the beadle. In the king caused a market and fair to be proclaimed in his manor of Feckenham. The market was to be on Thursday and the fair on the eve and day of the Nativity of St.

John the Baptist and two days following.

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John the Baptist. Owing to its situation in the forest, Feckenham was visited by all the early kings of England fn. There are several entries in Pipe Rolls and Patent Rolls relating to the repair of the king's houses in the manor, fn.

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That king granted a charter there in probably In —4 Nicholas de Wyshaw and his wife Agnes obtained licence to retain 40 acres of land in Feckenham which they had purchased without licence of John son of Masculinus Musard. The manor is next found in the possession of Geoffrey Markham, who settled it in upon himself and Jane his wife and the heirs male of their son John.

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Astwood Court, which was formerly the residence of George Webb, is now the property of George Hollington. Osbert Streche was holding land in Worcestershire in —2.

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Edith's right descended to her great-grandson John de Inkberrow, the claimant, and Edwina's right came to Walter de Portu. Richard refused to answer because Walter de Portu was not mentioned in the writ, fn. Henry Winterfield was in possession of land at Astwood in —6, fn.

The latter was in in the possession of William Cookes of Norgrove, fn. The Empress Maud seems to have given to her foundation at Bordesley certain rights in Feckenham Forest and a 'porcaria' and half a virgate of land at Feckenham. Nicholas son of Bernard gave the monks 12 acres at Feckenham. Elizabeth died about fn. She Love in feckenham married Richard Hopton, and with him seems to have taken possession of Norgrove, refusing to give it up when her son Humphrey came of age. Cheape of Bentley Manor.

Jennett of Norgrove. Argent two cheverons between six martlets gules. Habington states that Shurnock was given to the priory of Worcester by William Molyns. The manor was Love in feckenham in to the Dean and Chapter of Worcester, fn. At the end of the 18th century the estate passed to the Bearcrofts fn. A tenement called Beanhall, just within the borders of Feckenham, was formerly the residence of the Hanburys of Hanbury Hall.

Afterwards, however, Thomas settled the manor on another son Thomas, and early in the 17th century Margery and her son Richard sued Thomas for the estate.

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A mill is mentioned with the manor infn. The fish-pond at Feckenham seems to have been of considerable importance.