A former part of the great West Field of Kingston Manor
Harding's Mead (Parcel 1437) was a rectangular field on the southern side and halfway along the field access track known as Lower Larkhill Lane (today the eastern end of Stiby Road).
Today the former Harding's Mead is occupied by the houses and gardens of Stiby Road and the two spurs at the north east of Westfield Grove.
For details on historic land measurement (ie acres, roods and perches) click here.
maps & Aerial Photographs
The Larkhill area reproduced from the 1842 Tithe Map. Harding's Mead is in the top right quadrant.
The 1946 aerial photograph - the two spurs at the north east of Westfield Grove were built on the former Harding's Mead, in the top right quadrant of this photograph.
The same area today 'borrowed' from Google maps.
The 1842 Tithe Map superimposed (only very slightly out at the bottom) over a modern map.