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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Titsey

    to exist on Botley Hill . The statement probably refers to the entrenchment in Henley Wood or to the excavations on Worms Heath , both in Chelsham . The alternative name Battle Hill for Botley Hill is a corruption. A

    Parishes Botley

    acres. 2 Botley Grange , standing in a deer park, and Netley Firs are seats in Hedge End . Botley Hill in the south is the seat of R. A. Bayford , K.C., and in its grounds is the site

    Parishes Ullenhall

    The central chimney-stack has four diagonal shafts of thin bricks, set saltirewise. Half a mile north of this is Botley Hill , a late-16th-century house with a projecting upper story and porch-wing on the north front. Much of the original

    Parishes Limpsfield

    parish extends over three soil areas, from the high ground of the chalk range which here forms part of Botley Hill to the north, over the Green sands and Gault to the Wealden Clay. The church and village are in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Itow West, Bhrmutngbam. t6lt CAPITAL LE&SEIIOLD FR~OPRRTfigl._ "a C4-11DIV)6 STREPT. WE'LR' STRRETr HegtlNre cntil ICKNIEL) NTIREET dA S7T ser Botley Hill. R'? RODRtRIOKX and SON.-To be Sold by Auction, sf't lbs Acorn Hotel, Tempts Btre~et. on TgUlHDXY, Octeber 1. 1672 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    forfiale, cheap.-Apply, WashwoodlHeath - 'UHouse. Saltisy. c1046 J~IL1(MEN, &c.-For Sale, five-year-old newv milels Cow, Capital- mlr.Apply t Mr. Stilgoe, Botley Hill Faa-e, Hsckloy Heath, 607 r'R Sale hadoe half-bred Alderney Heifer, with Calf at foot FO2--Ap~ply, Ranose ,)~Cottage, near Scott Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    kyns, D.D., one of the Canolls of the cathedral church of DIurhas, who died on Atpril 2nd last, at Botley Hill, Bishops 'Waltham, Soiithamptoii, was proved on the 4th inst. by Sir Arthur Hobhouse, K.v.S.I., Henry Joukyas, the son, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lord-Monday, Great Tew; Wednesday, Eyford; Friday, New Barn; Saturday, Sarsden Pillars. Surrey-Monday Gatton Park; Thursday, Tandridge Turnpike; Sa- turday, Botley Hill. Sutton's, Sir It.-Monday, Blue Bull; Tuesday, Belton; Thursday, Elsthorpe; Friday, Manton; Saturday, Egleton. Somerset Subscription-Tuiesday, Buncombe Hill; Friday, Williton; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    same line to Botley Hill, the country being most tremendous indeed, almost the worst in Surrey, which, as those who ride over it know, is not saying a little. Soon after getting away from Botley Hill the second time, the Subscribers-only content

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