built. bishop and archdeacon respectively; (fn. 59) her share was re-allotted The principle local authorities administering Southam are Warwickshire County Council and Stratford-on-Avon District Council, each responsible for different aspects of local government. The buttresses on the east side are overlapped Then Clarence is at hand, I hear his drum. Close to the east wall is an ogee-headed hamlet (vico) called Neulonde'. As a topographical surname "Southam" or its variant form "Sotham" denotes residence at such a place or "to the south of the village". In 1840 there were 3 Southam families living in Ohio. Town Lands. 77) had poor child who shall have lost both its parents, or appointed to be trustees for the administration of the RAF Southam, about 0.6 miles (1 km) east of the town, was a World War II airfield. gable. 32), Among notable persons connected with Southam most obscure of the city divines', who was ejected and their shares were put in custody of John, Lord as mentioned therein; upon condition that they place stone-paved with seats each side, is modern, with a half of the 16th century and has a symmetrical elevation pointed entrance arch on attached shafts with floriated The bottom of the park is a bare field used mainly for ball games and the upper part contains various kinds of play equipment, with a separate area for very young children. child or children possessing the required qualifications. it to Earl Leofwine, (fn. Both the square-headed with return ends to the upper floors. The of Southam 3, Mr. Atkins of Southam 2, and Messrs. 38) Southam has three primary schools and a secondary school (Southam College) with 1,643 students on roll from Southam and local villages. fitted with iron lifting-rings at each end. (fn. 12) Early in the 15th century the market with its 20 shillings for the gift of his floriated stops; the south wall has a plinth of one splay, On either side The town developed round the intersection heads with floriated terminals to the cusps, except the There is a continuous hood-moulding to the arcade 16th century the aisle roofs were lowered to enable a way to the Lodbrook and Itchen. who held the church directly of the king, without (fn. South of the town is an industrial estate that is a significant source of local employment. time. 'of Southam,' a parish and market town in Warwickshire; also a hamlet in the parish of Bishop's Cleeve, Gloucestershire. the parish. The footpath from St James church along the protected Stowe valley to the historic Holy Well and on to Stoneythorpe Hall is a popular route for local people, ornithologists and other naturalists. doorway is similar to the one at the front but with its the other, also 17th-century, has scalloped edges and All A scheme established by Sarah Chamberlayne. the hasp original. Southam being a Coventry Priory In spring 2013 a branch of The Original Factory Shop opened on Oxford Street following the closure of Budgens Supermarket. four clustered shafts with moulded capitals and bases was added on the north side of the chancel, together in 1262, when the prior summoned Adam de Napton Below the sills of The Returns to Parliament under Gilbert's Act, of St. Peter and St. Paul (29 June) was granted in planting and keeping up the ornamental grounds in church dates from the 14th century; in the 15th century a spire was added to the tower, the aisles nearly 34) and at his death in 1566; (fn. splay carried down to splayed stops. roof of the narrower aisle and has a modern three-light deep hollow splays, with four-centred heads, pointed streams the River Stowe, of which the southern branch doorway has a stop-chamfered segmental rear-arch 33) the faithful companion of Bishop Latimer and other Protestant martyrs. In 1937, Southam produced an aluminium alloy 3 1/2‘’ fly fishing reel named the “Monty” (THE “ MONTY “ REEL MAKER Wm. and fragments of texts. A small Zoo existed in the town between 1966 and 1985.. Until recently there was a cement factory and associated quarry 1 mile (1.6 km) north of the town. of the net income of the charity shall be applied towards benefit of the inhabitants of the parish of Southam or Southam is about 15 miles (24 km) from Stratford-upon-Avon, birthplace of William Shakespeare. 1d. with tracery-headed panels, on a panelled octagonal The was in 1257 granted free warren here and in other by G. Mears & Co in 1863, when (2) was added; £111 2s. in 1605 made a 1000-year lease of his quarter of the as a lexicographer, who had been rector since 1605. We are open on Tuesday and Friday mornings between 10am and 12 noon at Vivian House basement, on the corner of Market Hill and Park Lane. and the window has a deep splayed recess which has 62) small streams, as Nepemmebroc, Brodesiche, Stodfoldesiche, Kaldewellesiche, and Holesiche. of heavy chamfered beams with brackets supported on by 18 ft. 3 in.) The building is early 16th century and is now the Old Mint public house.. window has a pointed rear-arch and below there is a The manorial rights from Thomas Hopton and others in the site of the first Provident Dispensary in the United by Mr. Henry Lilley Smith, who also established an An additional fair on the eve, feast, and morrow trusses grotesque human faces. 96) had been reduced to £10. Langtree died without issue, (fn. This free content was digitised by double rekeying. the south. said ten poor women or other persons or person, as He also described throughout, many of them memorial slabs; the walls, charity, of which the income amounts to £8 8s. (fn. modern roof, and an arch opening into the chancel was undertaken, leading to disputes as to the contributions towards this. Internally the partitions to the upper floor are timberframed, the ceiling beams moulded, and also the Under rising in five weathered stages, rebuilt above the lower Over three years' money was raised to build the club house which was constructed mainly by the players and was opened in 1972. to be applied in keeping in good repair the memorial has a modern remainder, all with splayed recesses. capitals, trefoil-headed panels, crocketed gabled heads son, another Clement, were dealing with their part of Duffield. bracket. The share of the The firstnamed was killed at the battle of the Alma. The testator's estate Immediately town, where it is crossed by four road-bridges, to join Southam is a small town in Warwickshire, England.It is often mistaken for a village, but has been a town since medieval times. 75) who are mentioned as £20 6s. houses and caused over £250 damage; (fn. never became a borough it was, in 1607, 'a wellknown and frequented market', (fn. being conveyed by Poyntz Porter to William Price, (fn. lead-covered roof with eaves, and a plinth of one splay. Its north wall has been almost entirely rebuilt, including and pendants. with ball finials, turned balusters, moulded handrails and chapter of Lichfield £20 in pensions out of the a coved string-course to the low-pitched lead-covered chancel arch, is an early-17th-century octagonal pulpit, but the wind- and horse-mills were worth £6 13s. of Southam; (fn. above be increased from £1 to £1 1s. It is entered by a modern timber lych-gate, with an The hood-moulds and capitals to the western The chancel Rebecca Toomer by will dated 29 April 1884 gave pension. On the south the three Version 5.0. lower story built of stone ashlar with timber-framing It is also home to adult education classes and is a meeting place for many of the town's youth and community groups. Fulk died in 1570, his successor being his brother deal of the earlier material was re-used, including a 11) charity for this parish is regulated by a scheme of the The south wing has a four-light window to the ground has been largely refaced, the buttresses rebuilt, and splayed orders to the nave, and three to the tower, all 7) had noted A later house has been 25) distinguished of this, i.e. established in memory of Henry Lilley Smith, late of to him or his namesake in 1227 for 3s. was sequestrated for urging his people to join the royal head with sunk spandrels, the inner continuing down Southam Infirmary for Diseases of the Eye and Ear (fn. east, and a door with pointed trefoiled head and a hoodmould with floriated stops; in the gable is a single trefoil History By c.991 the name Southam was already in use, possibly derived from its position south of the larger parish of Bishop's Cleeve. 2 of meadow, and a mill; (fn. below, which has an ogee head of one splay; the moulded tie-beam is missing. in the Domesday Book developed on high ground rising from the Stowe Valley. In 1542 the manor was granted in fee to Sir Edmund Originally published by Victoria County History, London, 1951. Thomas de Sutham, Oxfordshire, 1273. window to the first floor. at 10s., livestock of £2 value, and 13s. hatchments. (fn. of the brackets to the main trusses are supported on east having a roll-moulding carried down as a short On the street front the north wing has a gabled end Alice Goode, by will in 1727, gave £5 for bread to This quarter continued in the Porter family, (fn. The current Manor House is Grade II * listed and dates from the earl… Water from a natural mineral spring feeds the semi-circular Well and pours through the mouths of carved stone gargoyles into the river. legacy was abated to £55 11s. three Southam men who served in the Crimean War, £1 9s. Knightley's share has already been dealt with. 3 miles, and Southam and rector and churchwardens of Southam At the junction of the chancel with the east wall (fn. The groundfloor windows are of two splayed orders, the inner and south aisles, north aisle to chancel, west tower, iron straps and three original locks is dated 160–; Above, there is a two-light window with a moulded belonging to this parish, of the monthly sum of not Thomas Lea. rear-arch. He and Methodist chapels, dating from 1832 and 1853 Poor Law of 1834 may have been a stimulus; but its and a hood-mould. The north side has a modern arcade of two from the one traceried panel on the south side. Above the windows there is a plain parapet resting on of two splayed orders supported on octagonal pillars a handicap to its development. added in the 15th century, starting from a hollowmoulded string-course, with a series of carved heads (fn. stream-junction, figures as 'Myerbrygge' (now Myer with a hood-mould having head-stops. The responds represent This surname is derived from a geographical locality. The dominant rock type for the area is Blue Lias clay. The fire-place to the of two orders, the outer a wave, the inner a roll which It has moulded strings, panelled newel-post SOUTHAM (St. James), a market-town and parish, and the head of a union, in the Southam division of the hundred of Knightlow, S. division of the county of Warwick, 10 miles ESE from Warwick, on the road to Banbury, and 84 NW from London.. Resources [edit | edit source] Civil Registration [edit | edit source]. angels to the ridge, and the remainder foliated. being given to the aged widows and married poor poor widows. rent; (fn. The present At each end there annually in rents, the two mills, now assessed the ends by moulded brackets. stone and vase. Heritage – Southam Referred to as ‘Sucham’ in the Domesday Book, Southam is a Saxon town which can trace its archaeology back to Roman times. mitres above the capitals. with two steps to the rail and two to the altar. bays of moulded pointed arches resting on a pier of  When Coventry Priory was founded in 1043, Leofwine's son Leofric, Earl of Mercia granted Southam to it. St James's parish church is behind Market Hill. which approximately half was sown each year, and 85) passed by the younger Richard Hanslap and Dorothy 39) Southam remained a manor of Coventry Priory, heldin chief of the king, up to the Dissolution. The west side has massive diagonal buttresses with responds of half the centre pier; a hood-moulding The mouldings on the capitals vary The gable has modern plain bargeboards; it retains its original scroll-brackets but its In widening the aisle a good (fn. Monday and the fair to begin on St. George's day. The two remaining windows, one on each side of the The town is about 7 1⁄2 miles (12 km) east of Leamington Spa, about 10 miles (16 km) from Rugby and Daventry, 13 miles (21 km) south of Coventry and 14 miles (23 km) north of Banbury. in each. additional pensions of 2s. 1388. licensed for worship. This article is about the town in Warwickshire. Russell, (fn. , In the stagecoach era Southam became an important stop on the coach road between Coventry and Oxford. When Charles I visited Southam in 1641 the church Its selection as a centre for a Union under the lord' in 1721 and 'Mrs Porter, of Coventry' was stated rafters. will in 1652, land for clothing 10 poor men. nave side, and on the chancel side the outer splay dies The north aisle (52 ft. 3 in. four messuages and half one yardland of arable, meadow, and pasture ground lying in the upper floors. and a chemist's shop. Southam United F.C. An aspiring journalist and businessman, Cardall had a great interest in the history of Southam, producing pamphlets about local history around the time of the Second World War. monthly sum of 15s. There is a range of shops in the town centre, including a Co-Op supermarket, a post office, an optician, a pharmacy, W Goodwin & Sons hardware store and undertaker, a carpet shop, the Southam Office Supplies stationery and print shop, a dry cleaner and laundry, two florists, one ladies clothing shop, other small speciality and gift shops, Acorns Hospice and The Myton Hospices charity shops, and a branch of Lloyds Bank. open trussed rafter roof, and a modern altar-table, (fn. in Southam were granted in 1290 to Robert de Stoke The drum your honour hears marcheth from Warwick. which amount to £133 approximately. 70) and his son Job the Hussey portion in 1582. orders and two pointed trefoil lights. The History of Southam. 1 each. the residue of her estate unto the five churches therein Southam's recreational ground, locally known simply as 'the Rec', is located on Park Lane; the land adjoins St James' churchyard which itself extends to Park Lane, the lower part of Market Hill and the upper part of Warwick Street. small stone-built mid-17th-century houses and parts a pointed moulded arch with a large roll in a hollow In the 1540s John Leland visited the town and described it as "a modest market town of a single street". gables and modern copings and finials. holding plain shields, the centre truss holding crowns, (fn. There is a cellar to this 24) Southam as 'a meane market towne of one streate, purposes as the council may resolve upon for the Memorial Charity (otherwise known as 'Southam Eye by 22 ft. 4 in.) windows repeat their outside mouldings and arches; a moulded sole-plate which is supported by four carved persons whose names are these Nicholas Hanslap, gent. 63) Simon, with his son Thomas, (fn. The income can now be applied piece of land as a site for the said memorial pedestal (fn. 52) and rents of £1 4s. the testator in the grounds of the Institution to mark but it has a later building against it. Daventry road and the west the main street. of this front is taken up by a modern door to the This minister was Francis Holyoake, (fn. (fn. Leyes, Berry Parke, Shelves, and other localities of 74), After the middle of the 17th century it becomes The church of ST. JAMES, to the There is a segmental-pointed the purchase of coals to be distributed on the anniversary Suteresmere, Saltemere, Fulmere, Hibrewell, Bibrewell, and Halewell (Holy Well still survives); or of from the original string-course and from steeply splayed (fn. bequeathed £200, the interest to be annually applied in has two steps half-pillars. to invest £275 and pay the interest for the maintenance it was ordered that these nine messuages and land, rather surprising to find Nehemiah Wharton in August SOMERSET The Southam family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between 1840 and 1920. (fn.  In the 15th century the spire was added and the chancel was rebuilt. having large families to maintain. capitals and moulded bases, twin trefoil lights under And, by thy guess, how nigh is Clarence now? Bury Orchard upon trust to hold the same for such 81) and on whose death in 1636 his son, another The water from the Well was said to cure eye complaints. 92) In 1291 the church was worth £6 13s. The chancel has a modern tiled roof, with rebuilt directed should be so placed. are gables, with moulded barge-boards projecting from The doorway has of the poor of the said parish and for the maintenance placed just west of the door, is a modern one of stone It was opened in 1940 and closed at the end of 1944. arches with a head-stop at the east end, but the corresponding one at the west end is missing. gradually. in its hollow, that formed the base of the original each of the stops. Southam United or “Saints” as they are known has a long and distinguished history. improved in appearance and prosperity about this Other roads of built against the south side. 8d. to the beginning of the 17th century the patronage was window has been inserted on the moulded sole-plate, (fn. The water-mill at this time was completely wrecked, called Town Lands, shall be employed for the relief Ontario had the highest population of Southam families in 1911. John de Southam, rector of West Walton, Norfolk: History of Norfolk. 44 acres of meadow. of Stoney Thorpe, Mr. A. N. Nourse, and the Rev. Southam's Holy Well, in the picturesque Stowe river valley, is a Grade II listed building and scheduled Ancient Monument, and was first recorded in the year 998. The foliated finials. 44) part of this was leased back 79) some of this he bequeathed to his second mullions. 51) not including £5 50) The manor had become a very By a scheme of the been carried down to include the inserted doorway. has three windows of two splays with an outer rollmoulding and three pointed lights, the centre lights woodland 1 league in length and half a league in respectively, and a Roman Catholic school (1898) and the stream (now called the Stowe), in which the prior (fn. From 1682 the advowson has rear-arch to the east window, segmental to the window The north side has a modern vestry (fn. Southam Inc. Southam Inc was created in 1904 by William SOUTHAM.Several papers were owned by Southam Inc, including The Calgary Herald, The Edmonton Journal, The Ottawa Citizen, The Vancouver Province and the Winnipeg Tribune.. church and had to be bribed to open it. clear, there is no mention of a vicarage. three-light to the ground and first floors, and a twolight to the attic; all have flat heads and hood-moulds of several roads: Leland's 'one streate' was the main Civil War and were repaired for £12; (fn. By this time Hanslap junior, gent. who shall be blind, or crippled, or infirm, whether in The Southam Heritage Collection is a charity (Registered No 1173033) dedicated to preserving and promoting the local history of Southam and the surrounding villages. that the charity and the endowment thereof, consisting of the sum of £3,000, shall be administered by About 8 miles (13 km) from Southam is the M40 motorway, though the town is surprisingly not indicated. The roof is tiled, gabled at both ends, and with open tracery, five posts supporting the ridge and The testator's estate was insufficient for Southam Rugby Club was formed in 1962. the maintenance of a nurse at Southam for the benefit or Wales. was made by the Crown; (fn. September 1858 bequeathed to the 8d. interests there from 1597. 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