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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Lolworth Economic history

    closes. In 1785 there were 132 a. described as pastur e, wood, and waste. About 1691 49 a permanent cow pasture, 45 a. east of the old closes, had been taken out of the fields and fenced off; it was

    Horninghold

    still 916 a. in the three open fields- Moor Field , Hog Field, and Little Field -and an open Cow Pasture at that date, 48 so that it seems probable that about two-thirds of Horninghold remained open until 1730. PARISH

    Parishes Rousham Rousham , 1721

    In 1279 William Foliot held an unspecified amount of past ure, perhaps in the centre of the parish where Cow Pasture or Great Moor covered c . 41 a. in the early 17th century. 73 From the 16th century or

    Parishes Waterperry

    fields: Cheyre Meade (29 a.), Cheyre arable ( c . 52 a.), Cow Pasture (97 a.), and the common from the woodman's gate to the Cow Pasture -amounting to over 187 acres. Eight tenants are named, and their various holdings

    The city of Worcester Charities

    endowments consist of a house, an orchard containing 4 a. 3 r., and 5 a. 1 r. called Upper Cow Pasture , all situated in the parish of Kempsey , and let at £42 a year; also a sum of

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

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    CP.H.28

    male; esquire Location: Wath (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Wath (Wath) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Wath (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Wath (Wath) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Wath (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Ox Pasture (Oxe Pasture, Oxe Close) : fieldname Cow Pasture(Cow Pasture, Cow Close) : fieldname

    CP.I.2411

    Role: defendant Details: male Location: Ormesby (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Ormesby (Ormesby, Ornsby) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Ormesby (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): East Field South Part (East Field South Part) : fieldname Cow Pasture(Cow Pasture) : fieldname Whinney Close (Whinney Close) : fieldname

    CP.I.2414

    Place(s): Ormesby (Ormesby, Ornsby) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Ormesby (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): East Lime Kiln Close (East Lime Kiln Close) : ecclesiastical parish Cow Pasture(Cow Pasture) : ecclesiastical parish North Field North Part (North Field North Part) : ecclesiastical parish

    CP.H.3077

    Details: male; gentleman Location: Butcher Croft (Butcher Croft) : fieldname Location: Ox Close (Oxe Close) : fieldname Location: Cow Pasture(Cow Pasture) : fieldname Location: West Flats (West Flatts) : fieldname Location: Pound Garth (Pownd Garth) : fieldname Location: Revis

    CP.I.156

    79; Widow Location: Swillington (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Swillington (Swillington) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Ox Close (Oxclose) : fieldname Location: Cow Pasture(Cow Pasture) : fieldname Location: Tollman Jugs (Tollman Jugs) : undefined Location: Nether Field (Netherfield) : undefined Location: Garner Field

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Colliery, the Mitlpool Colliery, the Mill-. d fields Colliery, theMlonway Field Colliery, the Furness l Leasow Colliery, and the Cow Pasture Colliery; the oCrown . Meadow or Eagle Colliery, of Messrs. R. Mason and Sons; ,: the Wednesbury Oak Colliery, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    will be made. WEDNESBURY. FATAL PIT ACCIDENT.-On Tuesday, Robert Wardman, a miner, aged fifty-five, was instantaneously killed at the Cow Pasture Limestone Pit, belonging to Messrs. Lloyds, Foster, and Co., A party of workmen were blasting in a pit, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sitiaste iaa the IHagle-y itatoa, Edgbalaatoaa. AIpply lea hlirla aIaaa Iflawlinigs, (oirsy Street. 2S I 0Let 21 acres of Cow Pasture. -Apply at the Farna F4cilaool, BoIlr,laslcy Greena. e4245 a TO LET-BUlSIN ES PREI SES. I I 0)ISE asial Slanp, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ... Pasture .. '0 5 5 8.-Little Mackey Iedey Te ad-a ansi Horton Mleadow........Pasature .. o20r 6-P4ar'c Close and Cow Pasture..... Pastire ..27 2 5 7-Hcstbridgs Field............ Clover .. I I I IN THE~ PARE. 8. -Tie Crass Keep fice Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    respect of their Ml1lIlieltio, Crooklsty, Millpool Itall's 1ill, and Mosiway Collteries. With regard to Motloway Field, Furnace Leasose, anl Cow Pasture, the'alppellants sveeo content that last peacs gsaduation to 5d. shoultd rtiasin unisltered. An to litilllelds, Croolsey, Isfillpool, end Ball's Subscribers-only content

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