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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals Alkmonton

    their fuel, to be taken within his lordships of Barton , Alkmonton , and Bentley , or other lordships in Appletree Hundred in the county of Derby . Likewise that the said master should every third year give unto each

    Parishes Prescote

    of 1823 Prescote Farm is shown due north of Upper Prescote at White Barn , by the bend in the Appletree lane; 11 the farm buildings there are modern. The total population of the lordship in 1801 was 22; subsequent

    Parishes Claydon

    occurs in field-names in Claydon and Clattercote , in Cropredy Lawn in Cropredy , and in Lawn Hill Cottage in Appletree ( Northants .). Probably the various names are ultimately derived from the former tenure of land in the area

    Parishes Deddington Deddington , 1908 Deddington , 1808

    1615 the dean and canons were at law with the Appletree family, 213 but the Appletrees retained possession of the chapter leases of both manor and rectory. 214 Thomas Appletree died, a wealthy man, in 1666 , 215 leaving his

    Alien houses The priory of Tutbury

    virgate and a villein at Rolleston and the advowson of the church there, all fines from priory tenants in the Appletree Hundred court (Derb.), and the priory's customary rights in Needwood Forest . 36 A staunch supporter of Simon de

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    IRELAND, Robert, of Locko, Derbys.

    owner of property at Yeldersley, and it was as one of the ‘probi et legales homines’ of the hundreds of Appletree and Wirksworth that he appeared to give evidence in December 1431 at the Derby assessments for a royal aid.[footnote]

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dlelighlted jill o71, dmt ore 9!1all scon do Our IbUsilwe"s MIilUNDEN S Costr )i Pm)-onitz anrld KNIGIIts T/llo i .m Appletree were a dloubIc treat. Kmroiht fixed, rivotted look at thke gIlil11011 ;l. ol1linl8 ed illW tIl exIclm'i 051 ionllo Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    principal characters. Captain Plume, Mr C. KEIeBLE; Balance, Mr BARTLEY; Sergeant Kte, Mr WhEN cn; Coster Pearmain, Mr KFELEY; Thomnas Appletree, Mr MEADOWS; Bullock, MrJossi REEVE !I Captain Brazen, Mr GerEsx. And then for the ladies, we had Miss CHESTER Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    H. Stanley, Cannon street road, St George's in the East, builder-Jan. 23, L. Castrique, Philpot lane, City, merceant-Feb. 2, MaryAnn Appletree, Stow-on- the-Wold, Gloucestershire, innkeeper. Birtlms.-On the 24th tllt., Louisa, Countess of Seafield, teife of Major .Massy, Unattached, of a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the children who were leaning frthe over the stage than they should have done. Thse were florence Appletree (8), daughter of Mr. Appletree, grocer, 83, St. Martin Street; Nellie Sanders, daughter of Mr. R. Sanders, poultry-dealer, 132, Broad Street; and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    coimplly ecitis ii order of rehhiiation coma time aiiice niado againrst, him osi thee appliciation of at wosian named Jane Appletree, fornierly a scaeiher of hIs " flsock." The defendant, at thle time thise order wacs utcade opon bliss, refesed Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Report on vegetable products, 1867

    of South Australia , Victoria , Tasmania, and the south" of New South Wales . Called, strange to say, the Appletree , about Dandenong ; the Water Gumtree of Tasmania may belong to the same species ; it is designated Subscribers-only content

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