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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes St. Andrew Rural

    53 or an earlier date had lived, when in the country, in the house which he had built at Cole Green in Hertingfordbury . This was for the remainder of the 18th century the mansion-house of Panshanger . It was

    Parishes Hertingfordbury

    , on the Hertford road , is the hamlet of Cole Green . Birch Green and Staines Green are farther along the road towards Hertingfordbury . From Cole Green a road goes south to Letty Green and Woolmers Park ,

    Parishes Essendon

    Hoppett's Wood, Poundfield Wood, Gobonescroft and Frydayfelde. There is no railway station in the parish; the nearest stations are Cole Green , 2 miles to the north on the Hertford and Hatfield branch line, and Hatfield , lying 4 miles

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    26 1....I Chazttertori .... 12 ... 4.... 20 .... CHESHIRE t -YOR~KSEIIRE. These counties commeuced a two-days match at Cole Green, t b Stockport, yesterday. . The weather Was heautifully fine, and I there was a fair attendance. 0 YoRtSSBIRMI.-sT Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of road at Ardsley. The coin- ,f pany also seek to acquire additional lands at Hollowoy, W Wood Green, Cole Green, Hitchin, Grantham, Mnusktan, r Daybrook, Lofthouse, North Junction, Armley, Broamley, a 'foftahaw Moor, Low Moor, and Grimsby. It is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Hon. and Rev. G. Hasatings., jesterof the parinle, OxAnReLYSaviNECONYNOHA&t, eldest a- ian of Capitais Itotec, iE,'L, of the Cole Green, Herttord, tos RAN- leNAUl LETALFPE dtsabgtcr of P. GLrNTrON REsi., of Nsweaeistlenpon- Tynr. 8ams dlay, at the parish church, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Godoiphin Hastlings, John Wormald, of Ravens Lodge, ed Dewebury, Esq., to Annie, eldest daglghter of Colonel Bailey, of :h Cole Green, near Hertford. (No cards.) G 26 ed Atcoex-Oct. I9th, at Richmond, aged 69, C. Aliceck, Esq., of Bris- rta Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Steel .....49.2.: 29. 49 1 7j CHESHIRE v'. UPP'INGH-AM XuOVnns. This match, which was cunalueder on the County Ground, Cole Green Pack, Sterttsort, ni t ioturday, resaltad in an ersey C2IESJII1iE. Feeav lINNIrNaS. SECeNDt lifNINSt. Mr. J. Ei. Gayer, Is Subscribers-only content

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