Portswood Manor House was, in the 17th century, part of the complex of St. Denys Priory buildings, apparently situated at the south-east corner of the priory site, approximating to modern Cobden Bridge western approach. The 1658 Map of the Priory of St Deny's and Manor of Portswood (image below) depicts the farmhouse in this position.

Map of the Priory of St Denys and Manor of Portswood, 1658

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From Southampton Atlas. The manor house and priory are shown by the river on the far left (centre). Note that the map is 'upside down', i.e. north is at the bottom.


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Further reading:
'The Priory of St Denys' by A H Skelton in Hampshire Field Club Proceedings, Vol. 3, p155-169 (with description of the map by G W Minns p164-169) (H/f)


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