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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Barton

    from northeast to south-west, the Old Hall being to the north of it and a water corn-mill upon it; Barton Lodge and Tunsteads lie to the south of it. The township contains 2, 7071/2 acres and had a population of

    Wisbech Hundred Leverington Plan of St. Leonard 's Church

    1853 the remaining property (190 acres) was sold by auction 68 and S. C. Crosse went to live at Barton Lodge , Wisbech , and subsequently in London . Henry Sharpe subsequently lived for many years at Beechwood (or Crosse

    Parishes Steeple Barton The Bartons, c. 1800

    in 1796 . By 1833 there were houses at Leys Farm in Middle Barton and on the site of Barton Lodge in Sesswell's Barton . 31 The medieval field names Suckelawe, Stanlow , Langelawe, Lucchelaue, and Wistaneslawe (probably the modern

    Index A - Z

    68, 72-3, 162, 164 agric., 67-9 as address, 295 Barton Abbey , 60-1, 63, 64, 65-6, 69-70, 72, 75 Barton Lodge , 60-1 bdy., 59 cts., 71, 166 farms, 60-1, 70 fields, 66-7 inc., 60, 66, 69 man., 4, 60,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bengal Civil Service, eldest son of the Rev. John Deedes, Rector of Willisgale, Essex. On the 29th ult., at Barton Lodge, in her 100th year, Mary, relict of George Birch, Esq., late of St Leonard's Hill, Berks. On the 3d Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A terrible encounter took place on Monday morning, about one o'clock, between the gamekeepers of Sir A. Clifton, of Barton Lodge, near Nottingham, and a large party of poachers (numbering at least forty). The keepers were completely overpowered, the ppachers Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the United King- doma. (Ivo. pp. ix, 711, ]So.) Longmans. Palladins On Hnsbandsie. Part J. Edited by Rev. Barton Lodge. Early En- glish Text Society. (8vo. pp. 220, lO.) Triibner. Pio.sptre, E. H.-The Tragedies of .Rschylos. Second Edition revised. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    beloved 'Wife of WILLIAM RussITroN, of the Aston Road, in ti6 tOwF; deeply regretted. On the 3rd inst., at Barton Lodge, Yardley Wood, JANE. relict of Mr, CHIARLEs ALLEN LtNE, of Aium oBock, Ward End, near this toon. On the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    er;ior,, or Text C of -William's Vision of Piers e~idh he Rev. W. 'V. fkeat; Palladias .ditydaby the Rev. Barton Lodge, post I; . - 8 stiomile of the Distruction of Troy," from S tlh in te Hunterien LIbrary, Giasgoiesyeditedi Subscribers-only content

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