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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Upper Beeding Upper Beeding from a map of 1733

    Court in 1981 . 32 The original site of the village seems to have been between the church and Castle Town , along the major route that led from the river crossing at King's Barn to the summit of Beeding

    Upper Beeding Economic history

    employees. 10 In 1807 and 1842 there were two other chalk pits in the parish, at Horton and near Castle Town . 11 One or other had apparently existed in 1535 when a Chalkpits furlong was mentioned. 12 Both continued

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    , Upper, adv., agric., n , area, bdry., Bedny, Beeding Ct., fm., Beeding Hill , Beeding St., bridges, buses, Castle Town , n , causeway, char., ch., archit., rates, chwdns., clubs and socs., communications, copyholds, cts., dom. archit., eccl. par.,

    Parishes Tisbury

    west of Tuckingmill in the 19th and 20th centuries. Between 1800 and 1823 William Beckford built eight cottages, called Castle Town , beside Hatch Lane at a crossroads south of Beacon Hill , 250 presumably to replace those enclosed by

  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 6, 25 February 1650, 25 February 1650-25 February 1650

    former Test, which concerns Secrecy. Lord Lieut, of Ireland. A Letter from the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland , from Castle Town , 15 Februarii 1649, was this Day read; and ordered to be forthwith printed and published. Ordered , That

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    Philip, son of Lady Paget, 147. Castile , the Adelentado of, 219, 220. Castillo , Signor Pedro del, 12. Castle Town , Ireland, 309. Castlecouill , baron of, see Burk. Castlemain (Castlemainge, Castle Mayn, Castle Maynge), 123 (2), 201. Castleton

    Index, C, 01 August 1588-30 September 1592

    Nenany , 264. , Ring. 408. , Roe, letter dated from, 212. Castles and forts , warders of, 506. Castle Town , 246, 344, 366, 526. Catalonia , 530. Catheral , Alex., 171. Catherlagh or Caterlow , see Carlow. Cavan Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth I: volume 147, October 1589, 01 October 1589-31 October 1589

    to the vehemence of the sweat wherewith I am presently perplexed. Sic valeas Domine. p . . Oct. 12. Castle Town . 14. M. de Rupe and Fermoy, i.e ., Lord Roche to Queen Elizabeth. Complains of the injuries done Subscribers-only content

    George III, June 1765, 01 June 1765-30 June 1765

    if so, in what manner? His Majesty and the Royal family have been always prayed for as in England. Castle Town. List of the garrison officers, & c. referred to. 4 pp . 28 June. Isle of Man, v. 1, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wnaed yr hysbysiad diweddaf tuag at y newyn yn Mawdem, India- Yr ei doch yn gywir, PETER WILLIAMS, Trysorydd. Castle Town, Cardiff.-trwy law Mr. E. Corslette .. 1 6 CaDel Saron, Sir Ddmnbych,-'rwy law Mr. Peter Roberts, 1ane wy .. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    slmnuliare- purely, and to datnlratqt a good footpath.. ,Tbis wiil bo a great codl- vesenee to the Inrahiitsl of ,Castle Town. lint is caneot bea iiotosn$Isbed wIthoat tha asaitleansof tbe bwemsre and ocouspieirs ufprepselyinthiseasubatnd~itigthrefere hoped that they will idteeirfuly andlibalb Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to fence the drain. Lord Stafford claimed the drain, as it ran between his lands. There were roads in Castle Town, but the lessees were bound to keep them In repair. There were no surveyors of highways in the parish Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on Thursday last. The first witness called was James Hall, who stated that he was a tailor, residing ins Castle Town. The deceased, Frederick Hall, was his son. At the time of his death he was about one year and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Madelsy. BENnY BALDWIN, Ombereley Road. Claines, Worceetershirs, market gardener, April 19, at li, at County Court, Worcester. BENLY BLAKEWAY, Castle Town, Castle Church, Stslfordshire. wheelwright, April 24, at 11, at County Court, Stafford. WILLIAM WuEBB, Arley,Warwickshire, laboarer, April 22, at Subscribers-only content

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