can look at this History/Review of Catisfield in a number of ways:....
work in progress.....
last update 8/2018
NEW 8/2018: Catisfield Memorial Hall WW2 World War 2 Dedications
Information Summary about each of the people named on the dedication tablet.
last update 5/1/2018
CATISFIELD CRICKET CLUB
an active, well-regarded club, in the 1860s, 1870s, 1880s..... .
some work in progress.....
The BIG OR OLD HOUSES of CATISFIELD - And Who Lived Where - a list
last update 11/2/2017
Famous People Who lived in CATISFIELD - And Who Lived Where - a list
last update 11/2/2017
last update 27/2/2017
MAPS -- a sequence of Maps from 1611 to 196x that will give you an insight into how Catisfield. has grown and changed.
- Different areas and houses of Catisfield
in photos old and new, text and detail maps.
A timeline of
Catisfield across the years
| Example entries:
First mention of Catisfield (as paying a tax to Fareham
- in the Pipe Roll of the Bishop of Winchester)
CATESFELD held by the Bishop of Winchester
Henry VI & Margaret of Anjou went down Fishers Hill to Titchfield
Abbey from Southwick, for the reconfirmation of their marriage
in France (hence the name of the bridge)
The Census showed a population of 192. 33 houses, 16
agricultural labourers, 10 bricklayers, 27 servants, etc
Links to some particular pages:
Catisfield House MORE
on Catisfield House
St Columba (Tin Tabernacle) MORE
on St Columba/106 Club
Wine Stores MORE
on Wine Stores/Hotel
The Limes MORE
on The Limes
- Catisfield in Maps from
the 1600's onwards
(examples: Catisfield in 1810 and 1864
also being included for your information are various
- Assembled material and articles about
- Research material about Catisfield
- pieces of work-in-progress
The road through Catisfield was once a main route between Fareham
/ Portsmouth and the west. Samuel Pepys probably rode through it
on his travels as did Margaret of Anjou on her way to wed Henry
VI at Titchfield Abbey at the bottom of Fishers Hill.
Once an independent hamlet, it has become adjoined to the town of
It is part of two Conservation Areas, one of which protects part
of the pleasant Catisfield Lane and the other covering the land
going down to the Meon River and the historic Titchfield Abbey.
The Meon is a very attractive little river which flows into the
sea (the Solent in fact) less than 3 miles away. See:
Catisfield - More about
where it is