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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Snitterfield [ Plan of Snitterfield church ]

    of common fields, including Hither, Middle, and Further Brook Fields (west of Luscombe ), Stonehill , Whornhill, Merce Field, Black Hill (on the borders of Hampton Lucy ), and Pale Lane Field, adjoining the pale of the Park, as well

    Parishes Kilve

    by Halsway Post or Cross. 8 In the southern area the land rises to c . 320 m. on Black Hill . The coast road through Putsham forms the parish boundary east of the village. From it two roads run

    Ickenham Introduction

    parish north of the modern airfield. Adjoining this Brook Mead was Ickenham Marsh . Middle Field and Bleak or Black Hill were inside the loop of the Yeading Brook on the banks of which were also Tottingworth Field, Swillingtons, Further

    Parishes Fulbrook

    century. 11 It probably crossed the Avon at Hampton Lucy , but it cannot now be traced much beyond Black Hill Farm. The village of Fulbrook was destroyed to make the park. 12 In 1332 there were nine contributors to

    Parishes Hampton Lucy

    land gave rise to disputes that have already been mentioned. But by 1685 Old Pasture , Hatton , and Black Hill Farms seem to have been consolidated; 20 50 years later the Heath had been inclosed and the process was

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.H.1592

    Place(s): Stanwick (Stanwickes, Stanwick) : undefined Location: Stanwick (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Aldbrough (Awldbrough, Aldbroughe, Awbrough, Awdbrough) : undefined Location: Black Hill(Black Hill) : undefined Cannot identify Location: Marrick (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Marrick (Marrick, Marwick, Marricke) : undefined Location: Kirkby Ravensworth (YorkshireNorthRiding)

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    potter's clay getting its fair share of attention. For quartz ore stuff of low produce successfully worked by the Black Hill Mining Com- pany, for fine specimens of gold in the matrix sent by the Bank of New South Wales, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Stockholm mixed-taken. HUNTING APPOINTMENITS. ALcaserHOseea (at 10.45).-Thigi day,~ November 22, Coven Vilae Monday, 24, Iluckley Grange ; Tuesday, 25, Black Hill Thurdayi 27. Little OCnn; Saturday, 29, Sutton A~rnrznro.ax (at II).-This day, November 22, lloma end Jockey; Bentley. BxuauoitT's, DuxsE Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and delicate girl I" inl "01, dlear, noe ! Doctor flotchinson ait once' sent in a fe woman from Black Hill, but before she lhad been-st day in of the house it wvas f,,und necessary to get rid of her Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ,, NorburY Gorse. THE ALBIRIGITON HOUNDS.-At a quarterF to Elereea Tuesday...... Jan. 24 ..... Chillington. Thursdy . 26. Tle Black Hill Finor Post, slotuldsy - 2 . stablebfrd. Tussdqy..... 31 ....Knighton. Thursday .... Feb.2. Wheel aato, Worfield. Saturday ..,. - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Norton. Tuesday .. 18 Hunungton. Thursday ... 20 . Knighton. Saturday.... 22 . The Wheel Cate. Tuesday .... 25 Black Hill Fingser.Post. Thursday ...., 27 RytonBridge. Snturday .. . 29 High Ons. THE SHO HIRE HOUNDS.-At half-past Tem, Monday . Subscribers-only content

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