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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 6, Chapter 5 St. Margaret's Parish.

    Sanctuary co ntinued in Force: This Place, by some, is called Bow Lane , from its turning Passage into Broken Cross or Long Ditch , like a bent Bow . The Houses are not over well built, and divers of

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Hagbourne

    street, is the base of another mediaeval cross, known as the 'Lower Cross,' removed in the 19th century from Broken Cross Piece in Coscote hamlet. At Coscote (Cokelscote), about half a mile to the westward, is the base of a

    Royal forests Appendices CLARENDON PARK 1650 (Hoare, Mod. Wilts . Alderbury Hundred, 132-141).

    Along Winchester Way (the Roman road from Old Sarum to Winchester : ibid.). to 'Moldecrouche ' (? the ' Broken Cross ' about 1/4 m. E. of Ford along Roman road: ibid.). 4. . . . and 'Shirmel ' (where

    Townships Burntwood BURNTWOOD 1987

    it goes over the boundary was described in 1597 as 'the place where the broken cross in Pipe Lane stood'; a ditch at Broken Cross was mentioned in 1467 . 122 There was a farm at Maple Hayes south of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Just published. Price 2s. free by post, A BOOK on TAKING RATS, whereby A, evv rat upon tho premS~eO, io matter how numerous ey maY all be. can be taken alice inw one single night ~without the aid of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    all parts, accepted to rosetend for the-moooy. The following are the winners of their preliminary heats :-T. Oakall of Broken Cross, 61 yards start ; `W. Torton of Asnold bo W. FeS, ofWorcster,61fl V.Wils.', of WVolverl- hapo,6;J. Sherwood, of WVokcoeter, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bury, 23 by two yards, Spencer, of Worcester, 22k, well up.-11th heat: V. Clark, Walsall, 28, beat T. Olkell, Broken Cross, - 19, after a splendid race, by a foot, IV. Whittington, 31, and T. Tumey, 25i, close up.-12th heat: Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    resiated hin" One of these occasions was a Sunday, prior -to his going out to preach a sermon at Broken Cross. Each familiarity took place in the house. He gave her a sovereign not to tell, and said they had Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and he was choked. Two children-Mary Carter, aged twelve, and John Berry, aged seven-were drowned in the canal at Broken Cross, near Nortchwich, on Saturday. It is supposed that they fell into the water while endeavouring to regain a hat Subscribers-only content

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