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    City of Ely Sixteenth century

    closed one highway, and his son Edward another one, which the tenants had used to gather their crops from Bury Fen . Moreover, the Commissioners found that whereas formerly 500 sheep, belonging to inhabitants and tenant, had found pasture, now Victoria County History

    Sport

    rules of the Bury Fen club accepted as universal. Definite records of that club begin in 1814 , and show that the game was played within a fairly small radius of the Fen. The Bury Fen club itself drew its Victoria County History

    Parishes Ramsey RAMSEY ABBEY PLANS of HOUSE and GATEHOUSE RAMSEY The PARISH CHURCH of ST THOMAS of CANTERBURY

    part of Great Raveley . The town of Ramsey is situated on what was originally an island surrounded by Bury Fen on the south and Stocking Fen on the north and was approached, as the chroniclers tell us, by a Victoria County History

    Victoria County History

    fam., 76 Burton Lazars (Leics.), hosp., 51-2 Burwell : Adventurers' Fen , 300-1 Burwell Fen , 301 Bury (Hunts.): Bury Fen , 302-3 bandy club, 303 Bury St. Edmunds (Suff.), 196, 212, 294 'buryland' , see 'berryland' Bushell , John, Victoria County History

    Index, B, 01 September 1546-31 January 1547

    ii. g. 771 (3). Burybarne , Heref., i. g. 1166 (47). Bury Court , Kent, i. g. 504 (35). Bury Fen , Linc, i. g. 1166 (4). Bury manor , Midd., ii. g. 332 (76). Bury Pomerye. See Berry Pomeroy. British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    young ladies who had fallen through the ice whilst skating, and a still more remarkable rescue is reported from Bury Fen, in Huntingdonshire. It seems that two young ladies had fallen through the ice, and were desperately struggling for their Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    instead of Lingay Fen, near Cambridge (as bad been announced) being the rendezvous, the venue has beau changed to Bury Fen, Bluntisham, St. Ives. This has been resolved on owing to the former not being sufficieutly flooded as yet. It Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (Thursday) a hockey tusn came from London and engaged the Bury Fen Club. A hockey or bandy match wras also played between ladies of the district, while the Bury Fen Bandy Club cempeted against a team from St. Ives, in Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    essels desirous of leaving the part for the Continent have been delayed. PLTXWy RES)E OF LADE,. While skating in Bury Fen, Hundingdonshire, two yong lad9ie, the Mises Barlow, of Sonersham, sud- denly became inmieresi in deep water. Several men were Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ccme now with gr«st severity at Cambridge, ard ot Bury Fen, i_eir St. Ivci, <: ; -.e ice yestcic'ay bore boys, and as it ia framing harJ the open championship race h-s boea fixed to take piece upon it on Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a hockey team came down from London and engaged the Bury Fen Club. A hockey or bandy match was also played between ladies of the distric*, while the Bury Fen Bandy Club competeel against a team from St. Ive«, in Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the Great Park and other portions of the Royal demesne were covered with frost crystals. The ice on Bury Fen, at Bluntisham, Huntingdonshire, was an inch thick yesterday, and with a continuance of the frost it will very soon Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the meeting would be too great for safety on the ice on Thurs- day. There was splendid skating at Bury Fen yesterday, and a hockey match on the ice was played between town and country, resulting in a victory for Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Skating Association. - Although the weather was very unfavourable for skating yesterday, a good number of persons journeyed to Bury Fen, with the anticipation of obtaining skating, although the ice was not in such good condition as on Tuesday and Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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