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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stonton Wyville

    1601 the glebe terrier mentions Mill Field , Brook Field , and Hardwick Field . The 1625 terrier omits Hardwick Field and adds Upper and Little Fields . In 1638 Brook Field and Glooston Field are mentioned; the name of

    Teversham Economic history

    and from the 1630s also Causeway field. The part of it stretching north of the village was occasionally styled Brook field after 1580. South of that field in Church, Hall and Long crofts (over 12 a.), recorded from 1366, lay

    Parishes Caldecote

    College made a net profit of only £265 in 51 years. 213 Caldecote before inclosure had three open fields, Brook field west of the main street, Dams field (or North field) in the north and west and extending across the

    Parishes Marston

    38 tenants of the manor, including the three colleges. The lord had in demesne only a 4-acre plot in Brook Field . The number of copyholders who had 1 yardland each was 7, the same as in the time of

    Houghton on the Hill

    Close and Horn 's Close, and a Brick Close is mentioned in 1720 . 61 There were 3 fields- Brook Field , Mill Field , and Middle Field . 62 In 1670 John Newton had 9 a. of barley and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Oxford Canal Interecets Dart of fana ,us The house, cantage end extensive buildings ore In thorough repair. not Called Brook field i~rni, In the parish of Waiirave-on.Sowe, alcua 6ud three miles frois Loraglord station.-Apply, Rticlid, Fosoler and .9cn 2 Lend Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .B Bellbroughtl, THIS DAY (Wedneeday. at Four orlook- rwo Third Parts inl a Piece of ARABLE LAIND, calied "Farther Brook Field," near Bellbrougihton. JSiilc bp Aurttort ,go-marrow. BIIS0ELLiN EOUS SALE. Yll T. LU[C'AS, TO-MIORROWIhlrdy) B3 acd Gll FRIDAY. alt the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    run to the place, which was in New Spring Street. One of a row of moderately large houses in Brook Field Place was said to be on fire. The house was tenanted by Mr. Barrett, chaser, and his family. Some Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    6. The SPARROW CLIFFE FIELD, Inclusive e of the Quarry therein ....................... Arable 8 2 11 Lot 7. The BROOK FIELD ..- . ..... Arable 8 2 28 n, s, The following Lots are at the South West End of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lot G. The SPARROW CLIFFE FIELD, Inclusive of thle Quarry therein ......................... Arable 2 2 11 Lot 7. The BROOK FIELD ..................... - Arable 8 2 28 The following Lots are at the South West End of the same Field. Subscribers-only content

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    Thomas Bayley, Ralph Bayley, Royal Offences, 28/08/1695

    that they did use the Trade, and upon search there was found in the House of Ralph Bayley, in Brook field , two Papers of Clippings that was wet, with divers Sheers, Files, Skales, Rubbing-leathers, in a Closet up one

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