Hinton Daubney

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Hinton Daubney is a small hamlet in Hampshire, England, located between Catherington and Hambledon.[1] It is the site of one of the earliest recorded sightings of ball lightning.[citation needed]

Hinton Daubney played a role in the escape of Charles II from England after the battle of Worcester. It is one of the places where he and Lord Wilmot found loyal support in the person of Lawrence Hyde. See _Last Act_, by George Gounter, published by J. R. Smith, 1873, available at archive.org, document ID lastactinmiracul00goun.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ordnance Survey: Landranger map sheet 196 The Solent & Isle of Wight (Southampton & Portsmouth) (Map). Ordnance Survey. 2015. ISBN 9780319231425. 

Coordinates: 50°55′19″N 1°02′02″W / 50.922°N 1.034°W / 50.922; -1.034