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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Kelvedon Hatch Charities

    place of another plot on which a cottage formerly stood. This was probably the cottage on the road to Beacon Hill which according to a vestry book extant in the 19th century was given to the parish in 1644 .

    Parishes Bulford

    the summit of Beacon Hill . Alluvium and gravel have been deposited by the Avon and its tributary, Nine Mile river, which flows south-west across the parish. 6 Apart from in the south-east corner, where Beacon Hill reaches 204 m.,

    Navestock Introduction

    . Larger houses dating from that period are Bois Hall (see Manors), Beacon Hill Farm, in the north-east corner of the parish, and Yew Tree Farm. Beacon Hill Farm is a red-brick house probably built in the late 17th century.

    Navestock Manors

    owned by the Church Commissioners and occupied by Mr. T. E. Bere, who farms the land here and at Beacon Hill . 18 The manor of LOFT HALL probably derived its name from the family of Isabel atte Lofte who

    Elsing Elsted Church

    services at Treyford . The highest part of the parish is about a mile south-west of the village at Beacon Hill , where a height of 795 ft. is reached inside a supposed British camp. Near by also, at Pen

  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 30, December 1761, 01 December 1761-31 December 1761

    End of the Parish leading to Durrington , and from Wily to Cook's House and Landford , and from Beacon Hill to The Nag's Head , and from thence One Mile of the Road leading to Shrewton in the County

    General Index, B, 01 August 1666-31 March 1667

    Baynton , Sir Edw. Bayonne , ship of Beach , Capt. Rich., petition of Beachy Head , ship at Beacon Hill Beak , Abraham Major Beake , Arnold Sam. Beale , Barth. Bear , the (ship) Beare , see O'Sullivan. Subscribers-only content


    the quays and convenient places of this town, is newly added one of seven or eight guns upon the Beacon Hill, which may gall the enemies' shipping in their coming in, especially if the cannon of the fort should make Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, May 11-17, 1672, 11 May 1672-17 May 1672

    p.m. Harwich. Silas Taylor to Williamson. Yesterday our ketch went out to view the Dutch fleet, which from our Beacon Hill we could see so distinctly as to know some eminent ships as the Admiral's, not only by their flags Subscribers-only content

    Charles II - volume 194, March 15-24, 1667, 15 March 1667-24 March 1667

    tower; it is to be fortified, as well as Landguard, which he visited; he also took pains to see Beacon Hill. The weather was good all the time he was there. The colliers from the Thames are at anchor in Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y 23ain, pan y cymerodd brwydr Belmont le o dan arweiniad Arglwydd Methuen, enillwyd brwydr yn Willow Range a'r Beacon Hill gan General Hild- yard, ac arddangoswyd cymaint o wroldeb o du y milwyr Prydeinig yn y frwydr hon ag Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SALES BY AUCTION. In Hants, adjoining Hitclered the splendid seat and domain of * od arnavn THE fine ESTATE of CRUXEASTON and WOODCOT, alto- gether 2118 acres of FREEHOLD LAND, a great portion tithe free, the eoor rates very Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hon auditors, werereappointed. . Two bales fell from a truck as a goods train a running from Lowmoor through Beacon Hill Tuniel, Halifax, on Monday, and threw three wagon ada th guard's van off the line. These vehicles were detadhea Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Elland, near Halifax, a was committed for trial, charged with sending a .' letter to Mrs. MrEmmxm-N, of Beacon Hill, threaten- ing to kill her son. It appeared that the latter F some time ago made the acquaintance of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on a Warrant charged vith having, on the 26th of lhbruma, sent a letter to Mrs. Mlary Merriman, of Beacon hill, Lichield, threatening to kill and murder Joseph Richard Merriman. her son.-Police-constable Robinson deposed that he received the prisoner into Subscribers-only content


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