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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The hundred of Reading Introduction and map

    in the Survey. The last two may possibly have been included in Reading Manor . 4 The tithing of Beech Hill in Stratfield Saye is also absent, while Blewbury , Bucklebury and Thatcham belonged respectively to hundreds bearing their names,

    The hundred of Theale Introduction and map

    3 at which date Southcote , Trunkwell and 'Herdrugge' (? Hartridge in Ashampstead ) were also members. 4 'Hartrugge,' Beech Hill and Southcote were still in the hundred in 1587 . 5 In 1549 Stratfield Mortimer attended at Reading Hundred

    Parishes Stratfieldsaye

    present owner being Arthur Charles Wellesley , fourth Duke of Wellington . The reputed manor 81 of BEECH HILL or BEECH HILL WYKE was held of the manor of Stratfield Mortimer , and followed the same descent as the manor

    Enfield Other estates

    truly picturesque. 96 Archibald Paris of Beech Hill held many lands of the duchy of Lancaster . In 1799 he took over the leases of Suits Hill and Greenwood , west of Beech Hill , and of Monkey mead, to

    Parishes Swallowfield

    by John Walter , on land inclosed by Col. Charles Lannoy , an ancestor of Henry Lannoy Hunter of Beech Hill ; it contains a hall ceiling painted by Nicholas Lancret of Paris ( 1690-1743 ). 7 It was bought

  • * British History Online *

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    Supplementary Records, Longsleddale

    Roger Lickbarrow, John Lowes and Isabel Harryson repair a foot bridge in Long Sleddale called Bitch Hill Bridge (now Beech Hill). Kendal Order Book, 1696 1724. 1699/1700 12 January. Roger Lickbarrow of Dockernook in Longsleddale, yeo., indicted for obstructing the

    General Index, B, 16 December 1615-26 February 1618

    135 -, Luton in, 301 -, Stanbridge in, 85 Beech [Beache ] -, Edward, 98 -, Thomas, 18, 301 Beech Hill , co. Berks, 299 Beech Lane , 47, 182 Beeley , Francis, 362 Beelyng , see Belyn. Beenham Vallence

    Treasury Warrants, March 1718, 1-10, 01 March 1718-10 March 1718

    totals respectively of 186 l. 19 s. 8 d. for Bembly South Coppice, Bembly North Coppice, Pug Pitts, Long Beech Hill, Burly Sand Ditch, Woodfidley Enclosure, Salisbury Trench Enclosure and Priors Acre: 125 l. 13 s. 0 d. for Denny

    Index, N, 01 January 1718-31 December 1718

    repairs to, 15. encroachments in, 410. felling in, 268, 316; wrongfully, 204. keepers of, 316. King's Coppice, 34. Long Beech Hill, 225. officers in, 63, 204, 316, 410. Pondhead, 353. Priors Acre, 225. Pug Pitts, 225. Queen Mead, 23, 25,

    America and West Indies, October 1737, 01 October 1737-31 October 1737

    to H.M .; Acts for taking off certain duties on Indian traders; for founding a chapel of ease at Beech Hill; for establishing patrols; for continuing Broad-street in Charleston to Ashley river; for enforcing part of an Act made in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dawes, George, Beadfant W s t n Do Sates, the Hsun HenryJerome, MHlliIgo Duncan, James M . Jun. Esq. Beech Hill villa, Enfoeld Diwling, D. Wilfred, round Tree cottage, Edmonton Duckworth, John, Msanor house, Southe MiCe! Davies, Richard, esq. ll Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aJ8nod 1 ~.o fe~~.Do Ampton Rd.;Egotn[87 IaC(OOK (good Plain) Wanted, not under 25: small dalry.-Addireas11 I Jby latter,Mm.r AlfredLudlow, Beech Hill, WVylde Green. c983 ' C 'OOK MPaiS also a, Nonme Wanted. ,Hobeemaid kept.-Appy A 'iChurced Chuarch Road, Harborne.. egolS Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    can do Vain cooking.-Api4y, 147, Pershore Road. el 11 inagentleman'o in no c arac r. All found.-ApPly, B. , Beech Hill, SixB c785 ri 45 LU ,ffkb (young) Wanted.-Apply, Sumiyaldo SfrHarry's Road. OUSEMAID.-SitUation Wanted, i here parl -Address, M. W., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wall, No. 3, Beaumont Terrace, Beach Street. Ladytvood, Birminginarne. 055c9 UNOOK (cood Plaln) Wanted, who can bake.-Apply, Mrs. Gibbine, Beech Hill, Sir Harry's Read. 05661 (NOOK ithoroughly good Plaij Wanted, in Family of two, nnear ') l3irmlnganm. Onewohasobeen kitcleanmald preferred.-Ad- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    c6495 'lOUSEiMAID (good) Wanted, wise can walt seell at table; asi !H over 23-Apply. after 2 o'clock, Mre. Gibhius, Beech Hill, Sir Harry's Road, Edgbaoton. c6130 - Y USBUAID Wanted, about 27, near Kiddermlnster. Good L3 Waitress, Needlewoman,-Soho Bazaar lFrce Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    THICKNESSE, Ralph (1768-1842), of Beech Hill, nr. Wigan, Lancs.

    (1768-1842), of Beech Hill, nr. Wigan, Lancs. Constituency Dates Wigan 1831 1834 Biography Thicknesse's ancestors were active in the Newcastle area of Staffordshire in the thirteenth century. They acquired a property at Balterley, about six miles away, and supplied Members

    HODSON, John (1758-1828), of North Hall, Worthington and Ellerbeck, Lancs.

    His wife’s brother Thomas Woodcock of Newburgh founded the Wigan Bank in 1792, in partnership with Ralph Thicknesse of Beech Hill, Member for Wigan 1831-4, who was married to Ellen Hodson’s sister Sarah. Hodson acquired property at Worthington and Ellerbeck

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