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The key dates in relation to outside events are as follows;

1086 1000’s 1400’s 1500’s

Domesday survey (late) St Peter’s built Soames Place built, bell tower added to church

The Forge built, The Old Farmhouse built, The Old Parsonage and Tithe Barn built

1592 1600’s 1620 1624 1644 1665 1677 1700’s 1700’s 1726 1730 1745 1746 1749 1753 1766

Silver communion cup presented to St Peter’s Manor Farm House built Devastating fire in Alresford Restrictions introduced on timber framed houses Battle of Cheriton, 3 miles from Ropley Great Plague of London The first of the Budd family settle in Ropley area (early) Ropley House built (late) The Old Vicarage and Ropley Grove built Church clock installed at St Peter’s North Street Farmhouse built Turnpike Cottage built The Malt House built Fourth church bell cast for St Peter’s Act of Parliament to build A31 as we know it today

William Howley born – Archbishop of Canterbury 1828-1848, who crowned Queen Victoria – he was raised in “Archbishop’s Cottage”

1788 1800’s 1826 1839 1845 1846 1851 1856 1856 1861

The original Vicarage, Ropley Lodge and Hall Place were built Ropley Manor built First school opened by Samuel Maddocks along Petersfield Road Tithe map of this area produced Gold torque dating from 800-1000 BC discovered Hampshire hunt kennels established in Ropley Census — population of Ropley 818, First post office opened in Ropley -1932 Miss Marianne Hagen, author of “Annals of Old Ropley” Horse and Groom (between East Tisted and Farringdon) burnt down

Alton, Alresford and Winchester Railway Ltd formed, work starts on railway at Ropley


Anchor Inn burnt down

10 — Ropley at the Millennium

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