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    Charles I - volume 431, October 12-31, 1639, 12 October 1639-31 October 1639

    Connie would hire Quadring Fen also. Thomas Dowghtiman, a very sufficient man, would become tenant for your ground in Bicker Fen at 10 s . per acre, and to have a lease for 21 years, and as for your ground Subscribers-only content British History Online

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    draper %ad Oregonr lPeter, Birkenhead, Superintendent Begist=a of B3iras up Chadbhrn T., Blackburn, egg merchant M. Gooley NV. E., Bicker Fen, farmer Iler ?earnley J., Biadford, wholesale fruit merchant e! Abitdcell R., linlaford, butcher of Thornton W., Bradford, grocer tMurdook Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Riley -street, trading ; In Chester-street, Blackburn, carrier. . Thomaa Ruihton, Tap Bridge, Rawtenstall, draper. , William Edward Cooley, Bicker Fen, Lincolnshire, _ farmer. Basil Legge Wyld, North-street, Bristol, hotel keeper. I William Fox, Mill-lane, Buckley, Flintshire, tailor 3 and Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Fen, Swaton, Bridge End in Horhling, Horbling Fen, Horbling, Quadring Fen, Quadring, Eaudyke, Noi- thorpe, Donington Fens, Donington, Bicker, Bicker Fen, Frist, Gauntlet, Copping Syke, Ferry Corner, Garwick, Heckington, Hart's Grounds or Gibbet Hills, Swineshead Fen, Swineshead Drayton, Swineshead, Sutterton, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Fen, Swaton, Bridge End in Horbling, Horbling Fen, Horbling, Quadring Fen. Quadring, Eaudyke, Nor- thorpe, Donington Fens, Donington, Bicker, Bicker Fen, Frist, Gauntlet, Copping Syke, Ferry Corner, Garwick, Heckington, Hart's Grounds or Gibbet Hills, Swineshead Fen, Swineshead Drayton, Swineshead, Sutterton, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Fen, Swaton, Bridge End in Horbling, Horbling Fen, Horbling, Quadring Fen, Quadring, Eaudyke, Nor- thorpe, Donington Fens, Donington, Bicker, Bicker Fen, Frist, Gauntlet, Copping Syke, Ferry Corner, Garwick, Heckington, Hart's Grounds or Gibbet Hills, Swineshead F»n, Swineshead Drayton, Swineshead, Sutterton, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    the nutritious properties of sowthistles ia the fat wether sheep fed to an amazing aia* by Mr. Trimnel, of Bicker Fen. Lincolnshire, npon the fen land. This sheep was bred by Mr. Hutchinson, ia HaU Fen, from a nm bred Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    On Tuesday, the llth inst., at the Catholic church, Everingham, by the Roy. H. Walker, Mr. J. Roworth, of Bicker Fen, Lincolnshire, to .Miss Hall, of Everingham. Woodwark- Harrison. - On Thursday, the 6th inst., at the parish church, Danby, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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