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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 4, Chapter 3 Suburbs without Aldersgate. Streets.

    Holborn Bridge , up Holborn Hill , by Shoe Lane , and Fewters Lane, to the Bars. These two Cross Lanes , Shoe Lane and Feater or [Fewter ] Lane, with the third, called Chancery Lane , (all which lie

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Overton

    four distinct cross roads. Shipton Grange and Hall Farm stand rather isolated in the centre of the parish, with Cross Lanes Farm further north. Skelton , lying east of Overton , became an ecclesiastical parish in 1870 . The village,

    The Heath

    to Clee St. Margaret in 1590 . 74 A road from Tugford south to Clee St. Margaret, via Upper Cross Lanes , passed near Lower Norncott . A branch ran through Norncott's deserted settlement 75 to Upper Norncott and on

    Index A-J

    , see Brown Clee hill Clee St. Margaret , n , Clee Liberty , see Brown Clee hill Upper Cross Lanes , and see Brown Clee hill; Clee Burf; Cockshutford ; Thrift, the Clee Stanton , see Stanton , Clee

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Suckling calves, from 12s. to 30s.; and quarter-old store pigs 14s. to lSs. each. BI RTH. Mrs Roberts, of Cross Lanes, near Oswestry, of three children-tvo girls and a boy. MARRIED. On the l6th inst. Doanelly Mangles, osq. of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the lot MlO-17iA, Goocti~troet. ellI9 HTAY (abot 20 tone prime old Upland), first-elass quallty.-Apply IitoW. J. Mackeoxie, The Pariroy, Cross Lanes, near M rex. FJUNTING-BEREHOHES (Worsted Coard).-Several Pains, 7e pe~r H palr.-J. Richarrds, Baleall Common, Coventry. e6013 NBURAOIOE.-A:£6. Colleatinrg Book Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wyville; Saturv day. Marcel 25: at lhiddicchtoun. Tue 'WcEATLAND HoUsNIs, at q ierter to Eleean.-Thcis la, March 21, at Cross Lanes 2etd ; Friday, March 24, at Loicgville Statiocc. Tun HEYTRiOP HIOUNDs, at Eiereco.-Tlhis dlay, March 21. at Docitten Wood Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Friday, Newniham Bridge, MoNbIOuTHsinsni-Mondav, Crowfield (Great Scyvrid), Tlmrs- day, Roolsileld ;. MondaY week, Psnartis Mill (Prysk), 11 Thursday week, Cross Lanes (Plasiner), 10.30. MEYNELL, THE.-Monday, Chartley; Tuesday, Stretton Vil- lage; Thursday, Meynell Langley; Saturday, Loxley, 11. PYTORILEY.-Monday, Brampton Wood; Tuesday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LuDLow-Tuesday, Brampton Brian; Friday, Newnbam Bridge, 10.30. A MontrouTRsHsan-Thursday, Rockleld ; Monday, Penarth MDll (Prysk), 11 - Thursday week, Cross Lanes (Plasiner), 10.30. MEYNELL, TRE.-Tuesday, Stretton Village; Thursday, Meynell Langley; Saturday, Loxiey, 11. PYTCBLEY.-Tuesday, lHardfwick Village; Wednesday, Cold Ashby- Friday, Subscribers-only content

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

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    TRANS.CP.1753/2 Reference:TRANS.CP.1753/2 Repository:Borthwick Institute GB 193 Court:Consistory Case:Appeals (violation of church rights: pew dispute) Details:1 Pieces; Has deposition; Has libel; No sentence Outcome: Date: 1753 - 1753 People & Places Participant: EdwardGwinn [Wynne] Role: appellant Details: male; Gentleman Location:

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