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BOURNE HOUSE / DECOY POND COTTAGE. THE SQUARE. BOURNEMOUTH. DORSET. c1750s - c1850
The [ very ] long winded explanation....... In the mid 1700s all that lay between Christchurch and Poole, themselves not the large towns they are today, was uninhabited heathland. There were no buildings, or at least none that we have any records of, on the heath, and certainly no settlements, communities or pre existing villages apart from those along the river Stour to the north and east. The first building to appear on the heath was a decoy pond house, built in association with a nearby decoy pond that was created along the stream that made its way along the valley bottom on its way to the nearby sea. The house, or cottage, was built next to the point at which the stream was crossed by those travelling across the heath, in modern terms where Debenhams now stands in the Square, with the decoy pond itself situated where the War Memorial now stands in the Central Pleasure Gardens. Bourne House is likely to have been a pair of semi detached cottages which i will refer to as Bourne House / Decoy Pond Cottage. It's origins are unknown but it was probably built in the 1750s when Benjamin Clerke, or after his death in 1758, his son Joseph Jarvis Clerke, was Lord of the Manor of Christchurch, which was inherited by Sir George Tapps in 1778. Although it was built next to the point at which the Bourne stream was crossed on the track across the heath, this was still a very remote and isolated place. It is likely, as this location was chosen to create a decoy pond, that the area was popular with waterfowl, and, combined with game birds that lived on the heath, indicates that the area was used, at least to some degree, for hunting, which hints at earlier times when the Liberty of Westover was part of Stourfield Chase. Decoy ponds were popular in Britain at this time and were created specifically to attract large numbers of waterfowl for shooting or trapping, with a nearby building to accommodate the decoyman and any associated equipment. The ponds were a variety of sizes, but were usually fairly shallow, and had a series of ditches eminating from them. These ditches were known as pipes and narrowed as they went along and were screened with plants to the sides, with nets over the top that lowered towards the ditches tapered end. The birds were enticed into the pipes for trapping and then used for food, or if caught in sufficiently large numbers, taken to market to be sold. In relation to our own decoy pond, we can speculate as to it's specific use. It is possible that waterfowl existed in large enough numbers to have made it a financially viable way of trapping the birds and selling them at market, or maybe it was used solely to attract birds to be shot by the Lord of the Manor and his friends and associates. To create and maintain a decoy pond and decoy house would obviously incur some level of financial costs, plus i don't suppose a decoyman would work for nothing. Perhaps these burdens were met by the Lord of the Manor, or possibly an enterprising individual ran the Decoy Pond and the associated enclosure as a money making concern with the Lord getting his share ? As to quite how the Decoy Enclosure came to be on what was common land can only really be a matter of conjecture this far from the events. As chronicled elsewhere, although the land was technically part of the Lord of the Manor of Christchurch's estate, it was common land that had no outright owner meaning unless all those with rights over the land, or parts of it, signed away their rights to one individual, as happened in local enclosure agreements, the land had to remain as common land. Quite what anyone could have done if the Lord of the Manor decided he wanted to enclose some land in the middle of nowhere for the creation of a private hunting estate complete with decoy pond is anyone's guess, but 'not much' would be my answer. But why would the land need to be enclosed anyway when it was in the middle of nowhere ? Who knows ? Bourne House / Decoy Pond Cottage was almost certainly built to accomodate the decoyman who worked the decoy pond with his dog, and possibly housed associated hunting equipment, including guns. If equipment, guns, or anything else of value were stored in the building, it is unlikely that it would be left unattended at any time, and therefore there is every chance that the house was a dwelling place, with the decoyman and possibly his family, living in. It is also likely that hunters, having travelled to the area would stay overnight in order to carry on hunting the following day, which would hint that the property was geared up to accommodate guests. Bourne House / Decoy Pond Cottage was also frequented by smugglers who carried out their illicit trade along this area's isolated coastline. It has also been referred to as a preventative house, an early kind of coastguard station, although this seems unlikely to me as it is not within sight of the sea, and it certainly wasn't built for this purpose, although a preventAnd It Begins .
*Random Pic of FL trip back in January 30th Last week i went to go check out The Art Institute of Atlanta as a possibility of education. I went through the tour and then i had one of the director of admissions take me to an office to talk about financial aid. The school is a private school so its expensive but we saw the possibilities of going there if i won the scholarship competitions. After talking to her she asked me if she could see some of my work and i told her sure and pulled up my flickr on the screen. She went quiet and asked me "Did you take this photos?" i answered to her "yes i did." She then said "i need to go get Rialy so he can see this." she then said with a faint voice " Your work is better than some of our graduates" and she left the office and brought a guy that worked there and the guy was amazed. This guy had been trying to get me to go show them my work for about 2 years now but i never took interest for photography as a career. Then people that were walking by the office would come in to see what the whole deal was about since a lot of people were in the small office and people were complimenting my work like crazy. Then a lday said to call the office and when they called it, a guy with a suite came in and said "wow kid you have a lot of potential. I love how you dont always set the composition right on the middle but instead set a very artistic misbalance in the photo. And great control of light as well" (and i always thought my composition was bad... lol) then the guy looks at me and says "excuse me i forgot to present myself. My name is Mr. Clark, Director of the Art Institute of Atlanta" and shook my hand. They brought the director to come see my work....i was amazed! After everyone saw all my photos here, they left and it was just me and the lady again. She then told me that i reminded her of one of her students. She said that he had came to the AI with no idea of how good he was. After completing school here, he wanted a job in NY and the AI got him a contact with a company over there. He is now a photo journalist over there. She pulled up his website and showed me his work. The guy had photos of the life of NY and a gallery on celebrities he has photographed as well. She then looked at me and said "Isa i think you can be the next big thing coming out of this school" You guys have no idea how good it felt to hear that lol. For once in all the years of taking photos, i said to myself "wow I took really good pictures." I submitted an application that day and she asked me to promise her that i would get in the scholarship competition because i have a great chance of winning. She had already signed me up for a $5,500 scholarship. The competition is a $20,000 scholarship and soon i will be joining another scholarship of around $40,000. If everything goes good, i could be going to that school for free :D On top of all of this, Just yesterday, I entered another Art Gallery. A very important one here in GA. My art teacher has been VERY supportive and has helped me get my work noticed. He printed 2 of my photos to submit them to the gallery and also had them framed. On which is 20x30 size! He says if i win this one that it would be a big deal as i would be the first one to win from Gainesville and it would represent our school and be on the news paper too. Its a big deal if i win since the private schools usually win it all since they have better equipment than us (were a poor school lol). I have confidence that i could win this one :) I'll keep you guys updated. Well guys, this could be the beginning of my photography career. Everything seems to be falling in place. I feel like my hard work is finally starting to pay off. Im leaving to FL for a business trip on April 1st-10th to photograph a company's products. That explains the photos of the soaps. I will also get to see my friend Vale again :) I feel to blessed.
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