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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Ealing and Brentford Local government Borough of Ealing London Borough of Ealing

    was thinly attended, except on special occasions, and met at the Cross House , north of Ealing church, possibly the former church house. 38 A new Cross House , often called simply the vestry room, was built in St. Mary

    Leyton Manors and estates

    of his father. 157 In 1713 Fisher Tench also acquired, from the Atlee family, the adjoining copyhold property called Cross House alias Bushes (which had belonged to Thomas Pullison in 1572 ), 158 with 30 a. of land. 159 Sir

    The borough of Warwick Introduction: the county town

    the castle. 97 In 1595 the Crown let it to the corporation, along with St. Peter's Chapel and the Cross House for 40 years. 98 In 1600 the Crown granted the freehold to Richard Dawes and Thomas Wagstaffe . 99

    Broomfield Manors and other estates

    conveyed half the estate, called Helliers Place, to his brother Thomas and in 1574 sold the rest, including the Cross House , to Richard Kebby . Kebby died in 1586 leaving his share to his son Giles (d. c .

    Townships Great Eccleston

    cleston in 1737 and buried at St. Michael 's in 1822 . 2 A ghost story was connected with Cross House , 3 formerly owned by the White family. Manors In 1066 Earl Tostig held GREAT ECCLESTON , assessed as

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y Parch. H. G. Howells, yr Efengylycid o Gacrdydd (ei brawvd yn nghyf- aith), Mr. Adrian Owen "Williams, o'r Cross House, a Miiss Lilian Williams. merch ieuangaf y diweddalr Eenadur W. Watts Wilhiamns,1 U.H., Tvddewi. Davies.-Ionawr 3lain, yn 77ain inlwydd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    briodasferch), yn cael 6i gynorthwyo gan v Parch. H. G. Howells, Caer- dydd, Mr S. J. Watts Williams, o'r Cross House. mab y diweddar Henadur W. Watts Williams, U.H., Tyddewi, a Miss Madge S. Johns, unig ferch y Parch. D. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    23d inst. at the Parish Church, Nasb. Monmouth. shire, Llewelyn Bremer, Esq., Coalbrookvale, to Mrs Elizabeth Rogers, of the Cross House, Monmouthshire. DEATHS. On the 14th inst. at Paris, where his Lordship had of late years resided on account of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T 0 PRINTERS.--A Jobbing Haod is us waist of a SITUATION,' As Ace 21. Moderate wages.-Address G. R. Corps, Cross House, Bo e, refr eforhlre.10 168 IIANTED, a Youth, as en APPRENTICE to a light Fancy WV Trade.-A pply personally, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    qickastl wll-App~ly to H. loorley, 11, New Steet, Birningltttm.507 rOIBITKS.- Jliitg Itiidisitsavntofa SITUATION, I Ag 21 Modrat wags-Adres 0.It.Corps, Cross House, loss. hlerefordeliire. ~~~~~117 ANMtCASER, Oiie uiseid to Patterns itrefetrrid.-Altily W itAN eDt,C 21.~, 7,Iry Aist Street, St. Paula. 423 Subscribers-only content

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

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    there were nine houses in the village at this time Location: Wintringham (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Wintringham (Wintringham) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Rillington (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Rillington (Rillington) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Cross House (Crosse Howse) : habitation Cannot identify - spelling modernised.


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