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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Netteswell NETTESWELL c. 1875

    only buildings at Burnt Mill were the mill house, the railway station, and a lock-keeper's cottage, but after the opening of Kirkaldy's works a number of houses were built in Station Road, and by 1897 Burnt Mill had become a

    Broomfield Economic history

    probabl y the higher mill, was burnt down c . 1649, and an adjoining house was later known as Burnt Mill . Only one mill was recorded at Nailscombe in 1681 . 28 It was named Bradford mill after 18th-century

    Harlow Town HARLOW 1980

    from London to Cambridge , running through the Stort valley, was electrified in 1961 , and the station at Burnt Mill was rebuilt as the main station and renamed Harlow Town station. The former Harlow station became Harlow Mill station,

    Parishes Little Parndon

    extended to Bishop's Stortford in 1842 , passed through the northern tip of the parish, with a station at Burnt Mill , Netteswell . 17 A terrace of cottages was built between the railway and the church in the mid

    Parishes Romsey Extra and Infra

    were acquired in 1585 from William Waller by Benjamin Tichborne . 103 Mills known as Town Mill, Mead or Burnt Mill , Abbey Mill and Fox Mill exist in Romsey at the present day. 104 Other mills in Romsey are

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cases arising out of the processions of the Blue Ribbon "Devil Driving" Brigade. In onecase Mr. Richard Owen, msillqr, Burnt Mill, who wore the blue ribbon, charged Mr. John Jamees, farmer and cattle dealer, with driving furiously through the streets, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    stated that the work of erecting a new- bridge in place of the footbridge over ,the river Ba near Burnt Mill had been completed.- The Market and Fairs Committee reported that the lessee of the market had sent in a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Altrinchanm; reservenuemberand specialaward suggested- J. Callwood, Chelford, Crowe ;IL. C. W. Scotson, Mosslev 1 Hill, Liverpool ; Wnr. Turton, Burnt Mill Fiarn Hali, s Lvelpool; end C. Mark . rirtt, Gill MossFarm, Liver- psool. ilor best-maniaged arable farm above 30 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    from 1289 to 189Z. He married, in 1877, the eldeot danghier of the late Mr. W illiMna Death, of Burnt Mill, Resese. Kent (Ashford).-Mr. Laurence Hardy (Q is a nephew i of Viscount Cranhbrook, and is chairman of the, Low Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    little theatre,-Yourb, dO , L , March 31, 1875. DRnAMATICUS. rADVEtTISMIUT1 J8atn r4,DVEFT1szH1'NT-j(i St POTATO OULTIVATION. Ong COPIES. pris( "Burnt Mill Farm, Halewood, turb England, 3S[t March, 1S75. TJ "Mr. Jamee Torbitt, 58, North Street, Sir B~lfat. tbe ' " Subscribers-only content

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