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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Godstone

    and over 11 miles long. No Inclosure Act is on record. There is some open ground at Frogwood Common, Blindley Heath and on Tilburstow Hill . The main road from London through Croydon to East Grinstead and Rye traverses the

    Parishes Tandridge

    constable was chosen for Tandridge and head-boroughs for the Priory Borough, Blindley Heath Borough, Baldock Borough and Bishop's Borough, all in Tandridge . The greater part of Blindley Heath is, however, in Godstone . 2 Tandridge Hall , part of

  • * British History Online *

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    Index of persons and Places, B

    Thomas, of Looe, magistrate, information against, 199. Blindleburgh [?Blindley Heath, in Godstone and Tandridge ] , co. Surrey, 419. Blindley Heath. See Blindleburgh. Blofield , co. Norfolk, hundred of, 342. Blofield (Blofeild), Leonard, Receiver General of Assessments, co. Norfolk, 74,

    Index, B

    at, 107 Blennerhasset (Hasset), John, Baron of the Irish Exchequer appointed second baron of Irish Exchequer, 201 Blindley [? Blindley Heath, co. Surrey ] 329 Blindwell (Blyndwells), co. Devon disputed lands at, 153 Blithe , John. See Blyth, John Blois

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thomas, Merrow Ireland, William, Witley Jackson, Randle, Windlesham James, Josiah, jon., Hascomb Jay, Jobno Send and Ripley Jewell, James, Blindley Heath, Godstone Jewvell, James, College farm, Ling- field Jewell, John, Limehouse, Lingfield Johnson, Samuel, Albury Johnson, E. S., Clapham Jolliffe, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    county of .orndon-before iNfr. Under-sheriff Burchell and a jury-the case of NMiss Sarah Ann Charnell, a governess, residing at Blindley Heath, Godstooe, against Mr. James Mitchell, assessor of taxes and agent, of Chapel Street, IDkeston, came on for the assessment Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    efill Whad lisf-price.-47, Nest-hal Mll. c9750 1ATENT for Sale, Portable Goslght; splendid imcccss; sea.r- I ranted daily delivery.-Wood, Patentei, Blindley Heath, HeRdbilt. d3Li DATENT for Eats-ew Trouser Button fixedeai coly and for ever. Samples rsy-Addrmv~, 491, Daily Post. e9758 DOLICY, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a month. a SITUATION, Thirteen Toyears' exoerience; good referenees from present employer. Country preftrred.-Address, J. W. B., Post Office, Blindley Heath. East Grsinstead. 01453 COLLIEICY EngierA repectable Man WANTS a SITUA- C. TION. -J-.. H.i, WakryStreet. Toil End, Tipton. 0d?? Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a menib. a SITUATION, Thirteen Tsears exoertencee good ceferenoes from present emplVoyer. Country preferreel.-Address, J. W. B., Post Offiae. Blindley Heath, Bast Grins oad.054503 0 rcr.-WANTED by a steady respectable Young Mao. a T~SITUAION, or to fansage a Branch. First-elass Subscribers-only content

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