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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The ancient borough Mills

    held two mills. One of these may have been that later known as the Castle Mill . The first definite reference to the Castle Mill occurs in 1301 , when it presumably belonged to the Earl of Lancaster as owner

    The ancient borough Castle View

    The sites of other buildings, including the treasury and other official rooms and the extensive stables, are unknown. The Castle Mill stood on the river to the north-west of the castle. 12 The enclosure wall, part of which still stands,

    The borough of Warwick Economic and social history to 1545

    doubt contributed by Castle Mill , for about this time Goysel Mill was worth 10 s . a year and Loudesham Mill (described as 'two water-mills') £6 13 s . 4 d . 74 Castle Mill , which was apparently

    Parishes Preshute Preshute, 1843

    have been in use c . 1356. 380 Castle Mill was still referred to as the 'new mill' in the later 13th century. 381 It had acquired the name Castle Mill by 1377 . 382 The mill descended as part

    Parishes Goldington

    was situated on the Ouse close to Risinghoe Castle, from whence it derived its later name of Risinghoe or Castle Mill . Warden Abbey was obliged to pay tithes for the same to Newnham Priory, which had received a grant

  • * British History Online *

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    Entry Book, April 1684, 21-30, 01 April 1684-30 April 1684

    in the barony of Murisk Daniell Omaly was returned to have been at 1641, Oct. 23, proprietor of the Castle Mill salmon fishing and two quarters of land of Cahernamart Park. By patent of 1668, Mar. 25, same were granted

    Chapter 3, Murage, keyage and pavage

    Harbour. The course of the Avon was then as it still remains; but the River Froom, running from the Castle Mill, under Froom Gate, down Baldwin-street, (in the middle of which there was a Corn Mill) and then emptying itself

    Henry VIII, November 1542, 26-30, 01 November 1542-30 November 1542

    4, m . 29. 38. Thos. Preston of Barkehamsted, Herts. Lease of land called Hoggesmore lying along (per) the Castle Mill, and Middlefield alias Little Castlefield in Berkhamsted, parcel of the lands of the late Queen Jane; with reservations; for

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr 4. egiwysi Saesneg mewn cysyiltiad a Chymdeithasfa h. Llwynypia, y Parch. Evan Williams, Llanddeusant, .el a, Mr. Jones, Castle Mill, Lianstephan. Ail dde- on wiswyd, -a hyny gyda'r- unfrydedd mwyaf. Parch. J. B. F. Richards, 20, Francis Terrace, Carmarthen, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bate, Tipton, steam engine manufacturers-Ilarriet Biss and Mary Sophia Lee, Wolver_ hampton, schoolmistresses-A. and R. Sugden and J. Hodgson Castle Mill, Keighley. Yorkshire, worsted spinners; as far as regards A. Sugden--B. and J. Gay, Camblridge road, stay manufacturers-T. S. Asihburser Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "WANTED" CLA~SS of ADVER11TS.EMENTIS. Y orcneoieinoortlon of the Icleaoo of anal AdLeeree pulvirsd1belors tho followiog aro tho preoaiad chargies, which lialrtt lbt ifladio In liostal notes. In WI cuses the Malrell ic counte' 7 it, cxtatch - 16 Wordse, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Arso- tionser, Cannon Street, cIO9h WE n %ines ,. takings average £12. weekly. Only 0120.- B plT Castle Ins, Castle Mill Streco, Bristol, e02518 i311HtOUSE (fist-class) for Sale, with stabling and large yard. BE) In-coming low.-Apply, 92, Bromsgroes Street, c169 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Adcock, his employer. Mr. Wllhlam Adcock stated: I carry oin business as a miller, at Kingsbury, and at the Castle Mill, Tamworth. The prisoner Is in my empley. It was his duty to take flour end deliver it to my Subscribers-only content

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