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  • * Victoria County History *

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    List of maps and plans

    late P. B. Chatwin " 454 Wedgnock Park, 1845. Based on a map by M. W. Farr " 468 Castle Park , c . 1954 " 472 St. Mary 's Church. From a plan by the late P. B. Chatwin

    Horninglow Education

    Roman Catholic primary school in Belvoir Road ( 1969 ); Belvedere junior school in Outwoods Street ( 1973 ); Castle Park infants' school off Tutbury Road ( 1972 ); and Eton Park junior school in Mansfield Crescent ( 1991 ).

    Parishes Bishop's Tachbrook

    town to Banbury , its northwestern corner, which adjoins the River Avon for a short distance, lying within the Castle Park . Here and on the south-west edge of the parish at Oakley Wood , in which is a large

    The borough of Warwick The castle and castle estate in Warwick Warwick Castle Wedgnock Park 1845 Castle Park c. 1954

    Park farms were sold to a syndicate of the tenants in 1959 . 80 CASTLE PARK To the south of the castle lies Castle Park . This was created between 1743 and 1789 , and embraced Temple Park , the

    Modern Colchester Political history

    An open-air public ba thing place was provided in 1883 , a recreation ground in 1885 , and the Castle Park in 1892 . The Public Libraries Act was adopted in 1891 . 86 In 1890 some of the borough

  • * British History Online *

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    Cecil Papers, September 1593, 01 September 1593-30 September 1593

    for this bringer's despatch from his Lordship, which is in the behalf of the town of Denbigh about the Castle Park, which Her Majesty granted them so graciously, and the Salusburies seek to cross them all they can. 20th September

    Entry Book, February 1680, 01 February 1680-28 February 1680

    arable land taken out of the tenement about four years since and enclosed in his Majesty's Little Park or Castle Park at Windsor is certified by Serjeant Topham, Keeper of the said park, as valued at 13 s . 4

    Index, D, 01 January 1590-30 September 1594

    , ; 446. Denbigh : county of, a soldier adventurer from; 466. lordship of; 182. town of, and the Castle Park; 375, 376. Denbury , Devonshire; 131. Dengy , parsonage of; 393. Denistoune , Alexander; 571. Denizens in England ,

    Entry Book, July 1683, 2-15, 01 July 1683-31 July 1683

    Park, Furre Park, Hillcomb, Beefhillcomb, Southpark, Bradridge Down, Bradridge Down Mead, West Park, the Gratton, Middle Gratton, Homer Gratton, Castle Park, Northpark, Outwood, Openwood, Bradridge wood, the Hammes, Newton Ball Bennis Bargain alias Bennis tenement, Bennis Moare, Little Bovetowne, Beofepark,

    Cecil Papers, March 1599, 16-31, 16 March 1599-31 March 1599

    Horses. 1598/9, March 23. The survey of all her Majesty s mares and colts at Castl.ehey, Hanbury Park, and Castle Park, taken by Sir Edward Littleton and Sir Humfrey Fer rers, knights, the 23rd of March, in the one and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2, him Messrs. Burtole and Harrison, Newport, Sisalop}. 3Ir Mace, adapted for breeding hrntei's,-1, Maej or F osbery, of Castle Park, Warwick; 2, Mc. T. W Mtarso, Whitaere, hi Gohoeshilil. ' - Hunter, otherwiso than a we eight-carrier.-1, M r. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the Council the scheme pre. pared by the clerk, subject to the following alterations. -The Old Park and Castle Park to be taken fron tth Central and added to the West Ward, that Mytonhe taken from the Central and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    schbool for five years. TieE CiuleJnH ScuOOnS ANNIVERSA&RY.-ThG United Church Sunday Schools demonstration took place yesterday afternoon, in the Castle Park, again kindly placed at their disposal by the Earl of Warwick. The children, numbering upwards of 1,500, first attended Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    an appearance for the Queen's Guineas, lie cill no doubt add one cecore to his list of wienings. Thle Castle Park Stakes looks a good thing for the Truth Colt. For the Shorts, a ece inuclied to think Abron c Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thirty. -Entry for the Queen's: Fadladeen, Roman Candle, Gunbeat, Fisherman, Odd Trick, Pactolus, Tunstall Maid. (ADvEvR1sSEMENT.]-LOXET'8 selections for Warwvick Shorts Handicap, 12, Castle Park Stakes, 10; Avon Stakes, 31; Guy Produce, 12, Leamington Stakes, 20; 17 is a good outsider. Subscribers-only content


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