Hampshire Telegraph and Sussex Chronicle 12 September 1825 To be let by auction (at the George Inn, East Meon), Lease for 14 years, determinable on the life of Mrs Sarah Pink, widow, 67, ‘All that FARM called DUNCOMB containing 60 Customary Acres, with the Barn, Carthouse, Stable and Gateroom …. Apply to Messres Minchin, Solicitors, Gosport and Portsmouth.
Hampshire Telegraph and Sussex Chronicle 31st May 1824 Lot 5. Six acres of capital ARABLE LAND, and one acre (more or less) of PASTURE situate near the village of East Meon, in the occupation of Messrs Barnard and Pink.
Hampshire Telegraph 08/04/1873 List of owners of land in Hampshire. Includes George Pink of East Meon, who had land of 18 acres, 3 rods and 10 perches, Gross estimated rent £95 10s. (A Richard Pink of East Meon is also listed, with land of 1 acre,2 rods, 29 perches, rent £23 10s.)