Fair Oak Park was a country house located to the east of the original village of Fair Oak in Hampshire, England. It was home to two sheriffs of Hampshire: Sir Samuel Raymond Jarvis, who sold it to James Edward Bradshaw. Subsequently, it was owned by Justice of the Peace George Herbert Pember. The site of the house is now occupied by modern housing, but parts of the former grounds remain and are protected sites.

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  • Fair Oak Park was a country house located to the east of the original village of Fair Oak in Hampshire, England. It was home to two sheriffs of Hampshire: Sir Samuel Raymond Jarvis, who sold it to James Edward Bradshaw. Subsequently, it was owned by Justice of the Peace George Herbert Pember. The site of the house is now occupied by modern housing, but parts of the former grounds remain and are protected sites. (en)
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  • Fair Oak Park was a country house located to the east of the original village of Fair Oak in Hampshire, England. It was home to two sheriffs of Hampshire: Sir Samuel Raymond Jarvis, who sold it to James Edward Bradshaw. Subsequently, it was owned by Justice of the Peace George Herbert Pember. The site of the house is now occupied by modern housing, but parts of the former grounds remain and are protected sites. (en)
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