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  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.H.1234

    Role: defendant Details: male Notes: churchwarden of the parish of Thurnscoe Participant: Richard Stead [Stead] Role: defendant Details: male Notes: churchwarden of the parish of Thurnscoe Location: Thurnscoe (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Chapel Field (Chappell Feild) : fieldname Thurnscoe (Thurnscoighe) : township

    CONS.CP.1810/10

    defendant Details: male Employment: Farmer Location: Hemingbrough (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Hemingbrough (Hemingborough) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Hemingbrough (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Chapel Field(Chapel Field) : fieldname Mill Field (Mill Field) : fieldname Rudding Field (Rudding Field) : fieldname Far Field (Far Field)

    CONS.CP.1826/5

    : fieldname Hester Croft (Hestercroft) : fieldname Oxgangs (Oxgangs) : fieldname Breare Hills (Breare Hills) : fieldname Chapel Field (Chappelle Field, Chapel Field) : fieldname Blaylands (Blaylands) : fieldname High Ryalls (High Ryalls, High Rials) : fieldname Wilsties (Wilsties) :

  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 85, 22 March 1830, 22 March 1830-22 March 1830

    parish of Tid Saint Mary 's, in the county of Lincoln , called by the names of Rippingale Field, Chapel Field and Tilney Field , and in part of a certain other field, in the said parish of Tid Saint

    Volume 2, July 1649, 01 July 1649-31 July 1649

    be allowed him, and also put him in possession of a little close within the walls of Portsmouth, called Chapel Field, in the hands of Mr. Holt, Navy Victualler. [ I . 94, p . 338. ] July 25. Happy Subscribers-only content

    Index, E

    1443, 1508; lands in, as follows, viz. Moyles Court, Chetley, Newland, Stoney Breach, Gwenclose, Broome Close, Barley Field, Lovetts, Chapel Field, Oldhouse, New Closes, Bulsford, Broad Closes, Ellingham Meadow, Blachford Meadows, Rockford and Rockford Common, 1509-10; lands called Heywood Farm,

    House of Commons Journal Volume 85, 10 May 1830, 10 May 1830-10 May 1830

    parish of Tid Saint Mary's , in the county of Lincoln , called by the names of Rippingale Field, Chapel Field and Tilney Field , and in part of a certain other field, in the said parish of Tid Saint

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with the whole of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. IMPORTANT SALE OF LIVE AND DEAD STOCK. lDY Mr. D. HOLLOWAY, at Chapel Field Farm, 1: about four miles and a half from Birmingham, on the Warwick Tournpike Road, TO-MORROW, (Wednesdayj April 21, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with the whole of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. IMPORTANT SALE OF LIVE AND DEAD STOCK. Y Mr. D. HOLLOWAY, at Chapel Field Farm, B about four miles and a half from Birmingham on the Warwick Titrsplke Road, THIS DAY (Wednesday,) April Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    addressed about 2,500 persons in the afternoon in St. An- drew's Hall, and an immense concourse-O,000 or 6,000- in Chapel Field in the evening. The collection made among the 2,500' assembled in St. Andrew's Hall realised about £8., and the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ChickenB Hotel, New Street, at Five o'clock- VILLA RESIDLENCE, 29, Harbhrno Road. MOWING GRASS. BY Mr. D. HOLLOWAY, at Chapel Field * Farm Biclenhil, on MONDAY NEXT, at Twelve o'clock- upwards of Thirty-Sve Acres of MOWING GRASS. MINERAL PROPERTY. BDY Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    respondente assumin ifthe euphonioustsignature of Panks."h A personal interview was invited in a large enclosure in Norwich. known as Chapel Field, and after an abortive effort from "Eogers", to secure an allowance of £5. for travelling expenses from e Pancs," Subscribers-only content

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