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Petersfield is a market town and civil parish in the East Hampshire district of Hampshire, England.
As yet no trace has been confirmed for the dwellings of these people as the structures would have been wooden and confirmed by charter in 1198 from "John, Count of Mortain" (later to be King John).
In 1415 King Henry V granted the burgesses of Petersfield freedom from toll, stallage, picage, pannage, murage, and pontage throughout the realm of England.
All charters are preserved in the archive files at Petersfield Town Council.
The town grew in prosperity due to its position on frequently travelled routes, local sheep farming, and cottage industries including leather and cloth.
There were weekly markets in the town square for sheep, horse and cattle trading, and two annual fairs, in June (on the feast of St Peter and St Paul) and November (on the feast of St Andrew).