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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Harmondsworth Local government London Borough of Hillingdon

    a house standing by the door of the court are frequently repeated. 39 In 1688 the lease of the Court Lodge property included the court house; 40 later leases, however, do not mention it, nor is it known where the

    Parishes Barcombe PARISH CHURCH of ST. MARY BARCOMBE

    It has two railway stations, one at Barcombe Cross , the other at Barcombe Mills in the extreme east. Court Lodge Farm (now Court House ) was a hall house of the 15th century. The main structure is rectangular in

    Harmondsworth Manors and other estates

    with 23 a. around it, is mentioned in 1583 , 39 and fifty years later a large house called Court Lodge , with 216 a. of land, was leased by Lettice, Lady Paget . It seems likely that this was

    Parishes Chipstead

    a large park, is the seat of Mr. William Milburn , J.P.; Pirbright of Mr. W. A. McArthur, M.P.; Court Lodge Farm of Mr. Frank Brown . Manning and Bray 2 consider this to be the site of the old

    Parishes Limpsfield

    trustees sold the manor of Limpsfield , with all titular manors thereto appendant, the tenements called New Hall and Court Lodge , the Lodge Farm , Grants, Park Farm and the woods called Limpsfield Chart and Limpsfield Common , to

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    9S1, J. Taytlo, Esq., i-f Bylrogir Itohl, Norfolk, toiMlry, eldetA larghter of the lateo J. Rhuassell, Esq., of the Court Lodge, Hortion Kilrby Kent. DetmtnahS-On the 2a9th lilt., at Ifaclyn R R. M0apils. Esq., in Iris Slot year-On tire Stll Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    houses and stabling, fetched 19,5001., the timber to be at a valuation. Court lodge, nine acres and a house, fetched 5,5001.; two farms fetched 12,6001.; Court Lodge Farm and Fuller's Earth Works, and others, in all 148 acres, sold for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    n- Goodit, Wfsrrvs- 1 '1ROOM S.itutiouWA atstd, under acoacliman. Ae 1. Can G '.J-rideand drivewell. Godcbaraetor.-AddrEse, T. siethorie, iWootton Court Lodge, Warwick. v38 (..ROO an ad~w-Yioimg Ltn Wned. fur ths ciuntrr'. G ddress, 0. ,Daily Poet. 01 "IOM n ecountry; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Povt. 04817 Bd I '2 oaith farmer or otbora. Sodtruh rvdt .L la ion foal-~Apply, Air. Jevon, Blailiff, Borrow Court Lodge, I -Chad Valley, Harborue. 041l flOV-CELDINGC Ihandsome), 15 hands; per feet every wayadii P .Lacdon-buitt modern Phaatn,-SDudley itreet. ect2 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ilizalleth Chazitrell, ]tottiogdean, Sossex, widow. Mary Ann 1llriling, 117, Lndonwnse Place, fove, Sussax, lodging-hbuise keeper. Sainuel Ialilett, late of Court Lodge Farm, Asbburnlhau, Suissex, but rnow of 15, Terminunn llad, llrightol, Susmax, farimler. William Bennett, 2S4, Parlh Road, Bivorpool, bread Subscribers-only content

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