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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Milton Introduction

    leading west to Impington from Butt Lane in the village, which later gave its name to the whole route. 54 A bypass built between 1976 and 1978 west of the village, cutting off Butt Lane , runs from the Cambridge

    Milton Education

    was sold for housing in 1967 . 14 A new church primary school was built to the west off Butt Lane . Intended in 1958 to take 70 children, but later 210, 15 it was overcrowded by 1980 , when

    Milton Economic history

    from south to north were South field beside the Chesterton border, probably bounded on the north by the modern Butt Lane , and covering c . 340 a. (328 a. in 1791 ); 16 Middle field, north-west of the village,

    Common lands

    also made several in 1365 -6. 60 Between 1401 and 1447 common land was made several in Holmere near Butt Lane , at Bourne mill, in Bury field, at Shrub wood, in Synchedown next to North Street , and at

    Street names Street names

    Holmer 's Lane, 1407; 98 also Lyard Lane, leading to Layer-de-la- Haye , 1748; Holmers Lane, later 18th cent.; Butt Lane , 1818; 99 also Mill Street , 1839, because it led to Butt mill; 1 Butt Road, 1856. 2

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Fraternal Lodge

    Dog Tavern, Billingsgate, London 1738 Three Tuns, Billingsgate, London 1741 White Lion, nr Execution Dock, Wapping, London 1743 Ship, Butt Lane, Deptford, London 1745 Griffin, Back Lane, Deptford, London 1746 Royal Magazine, East Lane, Greenwich, London 1754 Golden Anchor, Ballast

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I, warranty; and, after some discussion, the Bench adopted that view, and dismissed the charge.-James Morrsi s; ospkeepers g Butt Lane, was charged with sellin coffee adulterated with 60 percent, oft lehory. Defendant said he sold the coffee as he Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the congregation the suin of £1,000. would be 11reachedgain thee year. (Applause.4'Heboretestimonytothte 0grod work being done, at tie Butt Lane emission and St. Lruke's, askihng Pecuniary and. other aid for these places, ealso mentioniog that the St. Matthiew's 0hurch Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    those Two Clones of FREE- Nay HOLD PA STURE LAND, with tire Brec, Stable,' ated Cowehetin thmeten, situate it Butt Lane, in Iteie parish of Aillnaty, on the road 'rob testing from thereto Corley, teed coettaloso, PAor. 15s. 11 1 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    day, two young men, named Thomaas Bullas and Thomas Barker, were charged with an assault upon Joseph Denham, of Butt Lane. Mr. Mathews appeared for the complainant. It seemed that at about midnight on Saturday Ballas went to the complainant's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    age. The com* fplalnant; stated that, on a recent night he met the .ld. ln company with others, in Butt Lane, and heard one of them Prop= to enter one of his fields there situate. He spoke tothm and the Subscribers-only content

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