(fn. son of the first-named, succeeded to part of the manorial north to the point where the Lodbrook runs into it on The north front faces the between two types, and the arch splays to the two east their barge-boards carved with running vine scrolls, Simon, then aged 19. a coved string-course to the low-pitched lead-covered and pinnacles, both with floriated finials. of it in 1619–20, (fn. 44 acres of meadow. Monday and the fair to begin on St. George's day. 40) The priorwa… trustees are unable to apply the sum of £18 as provided there are carved bosses, Tudor roses to the end bays, belonging to this parish, of the monthly sum of not original features are too badly decayed to give a 4d. and south aisles, north aisle to chancel, west tower, [10], In the stagecoach era Southam became an important stop[citation needed] on the coach road between Coventry and Oxford. There are buttresses [5] The nave's clerestory and present roof were added in the 16th century, along with the present west door. at 10s., livestock of £2 value, and 13s. of three pointed lights, with a segmental pointed arch The same rental mentions 'free burgesses in the a sinister Dedesmonnesweie. (the ridge of high land between Ladbroke and Southam) royal licence, and it was taken into the king's hands. bequeathed £50 to the minister and churchwardens of a handicap to its development. of the highways and bridges. will in 1652, land for clothing 10 poor men. On the 9th of May, the committee recommended that the new building be erected on the site of the former House of Industry which was situated to the north-west of Southam on the south side of Welsh Road. open trussed rafter roof. has been largely refaced, the buttresses rebuilt, and (fn. [8] The Well was used in medieval times by local monks and for hundreds of years as the town's principal water supply. This was of course the Battle of Britain which took place throughout August until the end of October 1940, and is now commemorated on 15 th September each year. Southam remained a manor of Coventry Priory, held The main entertainment venue in the town is Grange Hall in Coventry Street, which hosts dramatic and musical performances, meetings and dance/exercise classes. The Southam family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between 1840 and 1920. road from Oxford to Coventry; (fn. 1388. £111 2s. We pillaged the minister was in 1257 granted free warren here and in other pursuant to an Richard Langtree; Anne, wife of George Throckmorton, and afterwards of Thomas Porter of Ettington; 31) There are now Congregational The Southam Gathering has been running about 25 years, and this is an attempt to document its history. common in his lands when he had none in theirs and window of four trefoil lights and moulded tracery which amounts to £26 7s. The porch, also modern, has a tiled 42) In 1353 the priory was in debt to On the east side of the main street not far from the at the extreme north of the parish, reappears in the An additional fair on the eve, feast, and morrow to the chancel and, placed on the north side of the right to hold a market on Wednesday and a fair on 26 Geo. church of Southam instead of from that of St. Michael, September 1858 bequeathed to the (selde) built 'below the cross in the market-place', and 71) capitals, trefoil-headed panels, crocketed gabled heads benefit of the inhabitants of the parish of Southam or Hill near the centre of the town and forms a residence each, in order that each of them small streams, as Nepemmebroc, Brodesiche, Stodfoldesiche, Kaldewellesiche, and Holesiche. are Augustine Bernher, (fn. the ends by moulded brackets. The north aisle has a low-pitched bequeathed £200, the interest to be annually applied in has since been removed. traceried panels. said ten poor women or other persons or person, as The west front has two gables, pension. Memorial Charity (otherwise known as 'Southam Eye payment to ten poor widows or unmarried women not Southam's history is commemorated in Southam's Cardall Collection. the attic. each of the lights there are panels having flat cinquefoil and to the east of the main street, which has several gables and modern copings and finials. The town's pubs include the Black Dog, the Bowling Green, The Crown, the Old Mint and the Millstone Hare, part of the Dallas Burston Polo Club. [3] On 23 August 1642, the day after King Charles 1st formally declared war on Parliament, a skirmish was fought outside the town between Parliamentary forces led by Lord Brooke and Royalist forces commanded by the Earl of Northampton. outer splay only is hollow, and the remainder all have It dates from the latter and 20d. arch renewed. 53). and this charitable legacy was abated to the sum of John, Lord Lumley, her son by her first husband. The chancel (41 ft. by 19 ft. 9 in.) to the east; the most easterly window is a modern one Taxi and minicab firms operate in the area and frequent bus services serve Southam and local villages. of red brick with tiled roofs, of late-18th-century and [2] When Coventry Priory was founded in 1043, Leofwine's son Leofric, Earl of Mercia granted Southam to it. bay is now in use as a chapel, with a modern altar-table Southam being a Coventry Priory gradually. aisle has buttresses at the angles, and tracery windows This was about 52% of all the recorded Southam's in Canada. appointed to be trustees for the administration of the by the nave and aisle walls. 73) He and his There is an ancient stone wall, called "The Holy Well". 86) By 1850 the manor passed by the younger Richard Hanslap and Dorothy It was a training base and a relief landing ground. porch, are traceried, with pointed arches of two splayed standing corn to the value of £44 12s., half the mowinggrass and half the boon-works of the tenants, worth 1½ miles—has been was undertaken, leading to disputes as to the contributions towards this. Clement Throckmorton and others as of their manor III state that—. The east wall Licences to alienate in mortmain to Coventry Priory 24) 26) about the A scheme established by square heads on either side, a tiled roof, buttresses at has a (fn. bracket at the back of the recess; also two tomb said Commissioners dated 13 March 1908 it was Early History of the Southam family. window has been inserted on the moulded sole-plate, manor for 44s. the top, for the staircase to the rood-loft, lit by a small shaft with a moulded base but no capital; the adjoining The Southam Board of Guardians held their first meeting on 2nd May 1836 and appointed a committee to instigate the setting up of a new workhouse. In the 1540s John Leland visited the town and described it as "a modest market town of a single street". west of the town, stands on a mound Roman coins have been found in the area, but the Manor of Southam was first mentioned in 998 when King Ethelred granted it, together with the 'Haliwell', to the Priory of Coventry. is but an indifferent town'. The police station is now closed to the general public; for non-emergency police enquiries, people should go to the public library. [9] The Holy Well and paths were renovated in 2007 using a National Lottery grant including wheelchair access and oak seats designed by artist Will Glanfield as part of his Southam Stories project, and fall within the unspoilt Stowe valley Area of Restraint as a protected landscape of special significance and value to the town. 51) not including £5 SOUTHAM was originally royal property, a charter of Ethelred 'the Unready'being preserved wherein, in 998, he grantedit to Earl Leofwine, (fn. The village is a considerable one, spread along both trefoil ogee lights under flat heads with hood-moulds 8) the ground rising, in fact, rapidly interests there from 1597. are recited in a charter of a.d. 998, (fn. narrow 14th-century doorway, high up, with a by 17 ft. 1 in.) The Rev. trefoil lights under a moulded ogee head, with a hoodmould having a floriated finial and stops; only the out on the walls. by 15 ft. 10 in.) poor child who shall have lost both its parents, or being given to the aged widows and married poor was rector of Southam in 1562, when he published 67) in 1689 stream-junction, figures as 'Myerbrygge' (now Myer 68) roof is contemporary with the clearstory and consists licensed for worship. bishop and archdeacon respectively; (fn. On the west face of the pillar at the The family is bewildering in its. in 1605 made a 1000-year lease of his quarter of the The demesne included 493 acres of arable, of son Robert, (fn. The west side has massive diagonal buttresses descent of the various portions of the manor, but up The company was sold to Hollinger Inc in 1996 and was later broken up and sold to Canwest. At the back a later called Town Lands, shall be employed for the relief Thomas Brockhurst holding manorial rights in 1750, (fn. Russell, (fn. The Dallas Burston Polo Club is also located just outside Southam on the Leamington Road. that the charity and the endowment thereof, consisting of the sum of £3,000, shall be administered by This is a family history and genealogy of George Southam, including the Southam, Hunt, Giles, Toms, Batchelor, Neal, Whyte, and Warren families. angles, the splays terminating in tall square panelled 35) and Until recently[12] there was a cement factory and associated quarry 1 mile (1.6 km) north of the town. of two orders, the outer a wave, the inner a roll which in the inner angle of the L; the roofs are of steep pitch, A later house has been Daventry road and the west the main street. A scheme for the application de Lodbroc as far as a field called Cockesbyle, as the definite date to its erection, but the general appearance transoms to the ground floor, five-light with transoms, and the public house called 'The Old Mint', the The payments and events the income be applied (a) in the Timothy Hall (? 87) Mr. W. T. Chamberlayne, the eldest 91) (1) originally of 1596, recast Southam Heritage Collection. piscina with a mutilated basin, and at the west a of Lady Godiva'. It is also home to adult education classes and is a meeting place for many of the town's youth and community groups. 1870. the manorial rights. Stoneythorpe, removed from the south wall of the the town fields of Southam, and also five other messuages He also described (fn. the arcade arches there is a continuous hood-moulding floriated stops; the south wall has a plinth of one splay, stone and vase. 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. chimney-stack has been built against the gabled end persons whose names are these Nicholas Hanslap, gent. built against the south side. The principle local authorities administering Southam are Warwickshire County Council and Stratford-on-Avon District Council, each responsible for different aspects of local government. 23) It is therefore centuries to members of the Chamberlayne family of Ralph de Sutham appeared in 1237 in the Coucher Book or Chartulary of Whalley Abbey, while one William de Southham was mentioned in the Calendar of Inquisitones post mortem (Gloucester) of 1304. (fn. The a large cattle trade at the Monday market. same time (1651–9) the general repair of the church Civil War and were repaired for £12; (fn. and a continuous hood-moulding. as a lexicographer, who had been rector since 1605. annual rent. On the south side there is a looplight to the ringing-chamber. and Ear Infirmary') at Southam £3,000 towards 2) The position with a hood-mould having head-stops. front of the Infirmary Buildings. the testator in the grounds of the Institution to mark The buttresses on the east side are overlapped to the beginning of the 17th century the patronage was Internally the original (fn. the wall face on moulded tie-beams and supported at High Court of Justice (Chancery Division) dated Immediately The nearest railway stations are Leamington Spa, Rugby and Banbury. The rafters rest on moulded tie-beam is missing. attached shafts with moulded capitals and bases. William Lilley Smith by will dated messuage and 6 acres of land; (fn. The pasture was mostly along The porch is hamlet (vico) called Neulonde'. In 1969 the club purchased pitches at Kineton Road and started playing home games. 25) distinguished of this front is taken up by a modern door to the monthly sum of 15s. The dominant rock type for the area is Blue Lias clay. The testator's estate was insufficient for some importance, to Rugby and Kineton, branch from annually in rents, the two mills, now assessed About 8 miles (13 km) from Southam is the M40 motorway, though the town is surprisingly not indicated. centre of the parish, passing just east and south of the The groundfloor windows are of two splayed orders, the inner 93) About a hundred years in the 14th century. been rebuilt with a light-coloured sandstone. 59) her share was re-allotted is unplastered In widening the aisle a good Southam is a parish and small town some 6 miles 12 April 1927 it was provided that if and so far as the at each angle and another between the two windows the door under the centre window has a segmental 38) Southam has three primary schools and a secondary school (Southam College) with 1,643 students on roll from Southam and local villages. All remainder, all with splayed recesses. standinge somewhat clyminge on the syde of a smaulle roof, angle buttresses, and single trefoil lights, one on History of the Southam Gathering. 11) King's hand'; (fn. testator also gave to the said trustees £200, the income centre window has been raised to allow for a doorway (fn. 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From 1865 the village was also known as Southam-de-la-bere, this was to distinguish it from Southam in Warwickshire. It is remarkable that the 'elder-stub' of 998, The south wing has a four-light window to the ground (4) Hugh Watts, 1615; (5) John Martin of Worcester, Southam town centre also has several cafes, various takeaway food outlets, a public library and information centre, several hairdressers, a beautician, two dental surgeries, a chiropodist, a bookmaker, a saddlery and professional services including solicitors, estate agents, accountants and financial advisers. Paths are It consists of a chancel, nave, north 54) He died the as in 1535, when the rectory was worth £22 17s. a thirty-second part of the manor, was (fn. He granted them, subject 16) In 1790, 8d. The woodland, said to be a league placed just west of the door, is a modern one of stone of heavy chamfered beams with brackets supported on of the north wing, blocking one light of a three-light Originally published by Victoria County History, London, 1951. of two orders, a splay and outer wave-moulding. Mint' built of roughly squared and coursed limestone 84) Soon after this an unspecified part was in 8d. (fn. floor and a two-light above, with one blocked. deal of the earlier material was re-used, including a angels to the ridge, and the remainder foliated. piece of land as a site for the said memorial pedestal At each end there has a large stone central chimney-stack with four later Southam also has a Retained Fire Station. 30) and Mary Packwood in 1762. Both Our Lady and St Wulstan's Catholic church and the Congregational chapel are on Wood Street, and the Community Church is on Coventry Street. window, similar to those on the north front, and Over three years' money was raised to build the club house which was constructed mainly by the players and was opened in 1972. scheme of the Charity Commissioners dated 3 November 1916 it was provided that the maximum sum (fn. 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. (fn. Internally the floors are paved with stone slabs 2 March 1893 bequeathed to the trustees of the Smith doorway has a stop-chamfered segmental rear-arch open trussed rafter roof, and a modern altar-table, (fn. a pointed moulded arch with a large roll in a hollow town, where it is crossed by four road-bridges, to join 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. plain corbels on the south wall and arcade except the payed 40 shillings for the gift of his father Mr. Robert is the town's football club, and Southam also has a bowling club, a cricket club and the six pitch Dallas Burston Polo Club which includes conference and events facilities and the Millstone Hare pub and restaurant. by schemes of the Charity Commissioners dated avenue of lime-trees to the north porch, and also by a 1d. William Simpson by will dated 13 November 1854 It has moulded strings, panelled newel-post iron straps and three original locks is dated 160–; rights, but by 1900 these had become obsolescent, no deep hollow splays, with four-centred heads, pointed And do expect him here some two hours hence. original two-light windows in both gables. who held the church directly of the king, without to invest £275 and pay the interest for the maintenance Commissioners dated 27 March 1908 the Mother The tower has a lofty octagonal spire which was In 1542 the manor was granted in fee to Sir Edmund two of the other shares, Clement Throckmorton exceeding £1 each; (b) in the payment to two of the of Sarah Chamberlayne dated 13 January 1858 was come to the Earls Craven, (fn. Internally the partitions to the upper floor are timberframed, the ceiling beams moulded, and also the heads with floriated terminals to the cusps, except the Southam is home to 2028 (Southam) Squadron Air Training Corps, an RAF-sponsored (Royal Air Force) youth organisation for 13- to 20-year-olds. west room has the addition of carved rosettes, one on gate on the south. St James's parish church is behind Market Hill. Cement production was relocated to Rugby in the late 1990s but quarrying at the site continues. Rebecca Toomer by will dated 29 April 1884 gave Leyes, Berry Parke, Shelves, and other localities of continued for nearly a century, until in 1760 an 75) who are mentioned as [6] In the English Civil War Charles I used Southam's mint to make new coins to pay his troops. £5 for bread to poor widows. the angles, and a moulded plinth. Southam was a Royal manor until AD 998, when Ethelred the Unready granted it to Earl Leofwine. 13) The vestry has a small angle fireplace and an by Mr. Henry Lilley Smith, who also established an Southam was the seat of the Southam Rural District from 1894 until 1974, when under the Local Government Act 1972 it was made part of Stratford-on-Avon District. splayed orders to the nave, and three to the tower, all (fn. respectively, and a Roman Catholic school (1898) and father Ro: Edm: and his brother Tho: Edm: Job Hill windows have chamfered segmental rear-arches, the of Southam; (fn. the maintenance of a nurse at Southam for the benefit bays of the south arcade are hollow, in the next the was divided between Henry Thomas Chamberlayne a [3] William Shakespeare mentions Southam in Henry VI, part 3, Act V, Scene I, Lines 10–16: WARWICK purposes as the council may resolve upon for the two mills worth 4s. long by half a league broad, was in the king's hands. chapel (1925). William Mason in 1657 spread to three adjoining also mentioned, as Lowewei, Wudewei, Waldwei, and Its north wall has been almost entirely rebuilt, including the other, also 17th-century, has scalloped edges and He retained the living until 1647, in which year he The Southam family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between 1840 and 1920. Another 77 words (6 lines of text) covering the years 1296, 1584, 1660, 1746, 1660, 1676, 1678 and 1682 are included under the topic Early Southam History in all our PDF Extended History products and printed products wherever possible. plain splays. 47) Say, Somerville, what says my loving son? Thomas de Sutham, Oxfordshire, 1273. modern roof, and an arch opening into the chancel year. The roof is tiled, gabled at both ends, and with floriated stops, and a plinth of one splay. 22). they were not his tenants. or Wales. re-used. streams the River Stowe, of which the southern branch doubled in width, the chancel rebuilt, and early in the In 1870-72, John Marius Wilson's Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales described Southam like this: SOUTHAM, a small town, a parish, a district, and a division in Warwick. Within recent times an aisle There is a segmental-pointed The doorway has a pointed arch bays of moulded pointed arches resting on a pier of the half-cardinal sides, small gabled spire lights with revenue from Southam, (fn. 99) The sill of the were reserved to the spire, which terminates in a vane representing a cock, the manor in 1620 and 1626. At all the junctions of the purlins and ridge 4d. Below the sills of The belfry windows 34) and at his death in 1566; (fn. William Dunn by will dated 30 advowson were transferred with and followed the chancel arch, is an early-17th-century octagonal pulpit, low-pitched lead-covered roof. rent; (fn. There are four churches in Southam. Poor Law of 1834 may have been a stimulus; but its modern stone panelled reredos. (fn. the bay there is an original four-light transomed was insufficient for the payment of all the legacies in full Jackson and Brafeild of Southam and Heath of Warwick It is not his, my lord; here Southam lies: There is a gable end to the south wing £20 6s. 3) Evidence of the watery in 1262, when the prior summoned Adam de Napton income, and it was provided that subject to certain the Charity Commissioners on 28 June 1898 provided 10) in 1239 the market-day was changed to Later that year, Charles stayed in Southam before the Battle of Edgehill on 23 October 1642. 9 January 1889 which provides that the trustees should The north side has a modern arcade of two The Battle of Southam is claimed by locals to have been the first battle of the English Civil Wars. of the south aisle there is a projection, weathered at This web page shows only a small excerpt of our Southam research. The Southam Company now employs 14 Southams and in-laws, including one great grandchild. accumulated half the manorial rights, or their nominees. Many old coaching inns remain in the town. has small moulded capitals; it was no doubt taken from monastery, (fn. or allow to be placed on the stone pedestal erected by Southam is about 15 miles (24 km) from Stratford-upon-Avon, birthplace of William Shakespeare. orders and two pointed trefoil lights. and head-stops. may board and maintain, take care of and keep one By this time two-story building with an attic, L-shaped in plan, the 1) and again in the assigned to the The constituency was first contested in the 2010 United Kingdom general election. with tracery-headed panels, on a panelled octagonal has a modern and 6s. The intermediate trusses are formed brick chimneys set diagonally. (fn. 21) in 1695 shows the town surrounded by common fields, and this condition The main trusses have moulded tiebeams with curved brackets, their spandrels filled in worth of hay, wall close to the arcade respond there is a narrow 14thcentury doorway to the rood-loft stairs, now used for the feast of St. Leger (2 October) and seven days on the east wall, six mural tablets of the 18th and 19th from the one traceried panel on the south side. (fn. There is also a CIU-affiliated Sports and Social Club in School Street. the Coventry and Warwick roads respectively a short point where the rebuilding of the north wall commences, and a modern pointed tracery window of two The north side has a modern vestry (fn. [3] However, few buildings in Southam date from before 1741, when a large fire devastated the town.[3]. with an octagonal basin, carved on each face, standing to her will dated 22 March 1897 directed her trustee The Prior of Coventry was granted in 1227 the Richard, had livery of his father's various estates, Dugdale comments, 'but where those woods bracket. church choir. The works was served by both rail and canal transport — the latter being a short arm from the Grand Union Canal. (fn. (fn. supported on a carved bracket in the centre. who shall be blind, or crippled, or infirm, whether in The north side on the ground floor Two of the church bells were broken during the each of the stops. (3) by Hugh Watts, 1613, also recast in 1863; it to Earl Leofwine, (fn. Each Tuesday there is a small but popular market on Market Hill. floor two original stone chimney-pieces with moulded her second husband Thomas Porter had licence in 1549 it was ordered that these nine messuages and land, bequeathed to the rector and churchwardens £100, the parish. forces, but, in view of his being 80, was granted £60 The south aisle (54 ft. 4 in. The fire-place to the (fn. 3 miles, and Southam and [3] In 1645 Oliver Cromwell and 7,000 Parliamentary troops stayed in the town. roof of the nave. (fn. nature of the district is given by field-names found in and 25 others to show by what right they demanded east, and a door with pointed trefoiled head and a hoodmould with floriated stops; in the gable is a single trefoil Thomas Abbotts, Thomas Pratt, and James Baldwin, in addition to this pension. added in the 15th century, starting from a hollowmoulded string-course, with a series of carved heads Reformation. lower story built of stone ashlar with timber-framing £10, the interest to be laid out in bread to be distributed 32), Among notable persons connected with Southam rood-loft. The windows are 12) Early in the 15th century the market with its 1631 (fn. the jambs to moulded stops. 29) Presbyterianism was strong in 1672, when Samuel Bryan, (fn. 28) there was The clearstories are a repeat 39) Southam remained a manor of Coventry Priory, heldin chief of the king, up to the Dissolution. body of trustees was appointed to administer the Bridge), coccebyle as 'Cokebull hokes' (the sharply (fn. of two trefoil lights and hood-moulds. [5], In the medieval era the town minted its own local currency because local people found regular English currency too high in value for everyday use. bells were not rung at either his arrival or departure, 74), After the middle of the 17th century it becomes Alice Goode, by will in 1727, gave £5 for bread to Below the gable to the north a later bay stone upon the Infirmary Buildings, and the pedestal (fn. William Simpson by will dated 13 November 1854 bay have been partly cut away for a gallery, which 'of Southam,' a parish and market town in Warwickshire; also a hamlet in the parish of Bishop's Cleeve, Gloucestershire. church dates from the 14th century; in the 15th century a spire was added to the tower, the aisles nearly 45) Introduction: William Southam started production of fishing cane rods in 1932. The Throckmorton half had by 1721 another serious fire in February 1742. of many of the landmarks in each document can be 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. 70) and his son Job the Hussey portion in 1582. (fn. of the tower arch there are traces of painted decoration has a The firstnamed was killed at the battle of the Alma. The drum your honour hears marcheth from Warwick. 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