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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Godshill

    owner, in 1837 . It now belongs to Mi ss Tull , who purchased it in 1898 . BRIDGE COURTBRIDGE COURT (Brigge, xiii-xiv cent.; Briggecourte, xv-xvi cent.) and BRIDGE , to the southwest of the village of Godshill ,

    Parishes Battersea with Penge

    neighbourhood. The district of Wassingham or Walsingham (mentioned in a charter dated 693 A.D.) was within the manor of Bridge Court , and possibl y in the same neighbourhood. 10 Sir Thomas More had a lease of land there, and

    Parishes Hasfield

    century as the manor of UNDERHILLS COURT , 139 and in the early 17th century as the manor of BRIDGE COURT . 140 The lands were probably closely associated with the Throckmorton manor in Tirley whose descent they followed from

    Parishes Newchurch

    the end of the 13th century it was held by John de la Brigge, from whom it passed with Bridge Court (q.v.) to the Kingstons . 180 It followed the descent of Kingston until 1424, 181 when Robert Dingley and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    summons. The Metropolitan District Railway is likely to prove a costly undertaking. The company requiring some freehold houses in Bridge Court, Cannon Street, Westminster-a musty region of offices of all descriptions-a claim of £30,000. was made as compensation. On Friday Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    M. A., lost Office, Sutton Cold. field i, e7240 PR Ulll'lil, Siuto oCs-' neepi andi Daughter as iLLllooenel )togsthcr).-2, Bridge Court, Cop._Shmcsobnry~jtf33l TUIISE (ca)Wneimimediately. Three children.-Apply, ATfrom 3 0o , at 20, Charlotte Read, Edgbaston. cOISO W ANTZED, at Situation Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Captain Bournie and Air. It, Smallwood, were occupied several hours in bearing a ease in which Richard Norton, of Bridge Court, UptonrWarren, ayonth seventeen years of age, was charged with being the father of the illegitimate femiale child of Mary Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the best pair of cart mares, with foals at foot, the first prize was awarded to Mr. James Mainwaring, Bridge Court, and the second to Messrs. Edwards. ;There were 12 entries for yearling cart fillies, and a most promising lot Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    e withbinor ovey the bed or channel of the said atr ivyr Tams ailS tehml-I noting at or ntear Bridge Court near' the' miortb-meni end of *Ostminitem' nBridge, in the paris'o St. Upwresi'st,'is, the City and Llberties ofI Westminster and. Subscribers-only content

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