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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Trawden

    ascending the hill to the shrink of Crow Hill or Crowhill Well , turning west to a mere called the Lad on the top of Crow Hill or Skarth on Crow Hill , then down to a spot opposite the

    Swaffham Bulbeck Economic history

    when the village community was ordered to maintain its drainage after flooding. 59 The southern portion, near the modern Crow Hill plantation, was called the Croyle in 1439 and later. 60 Supervised by fenreeves appointed from the 14th century, 61

    Parishes Irthlingborough Peterborough Abbey . Gules two crossed keys or . Fitzwilliam . Lozengy argent and gules . Wentworth . Sable a cheveron between three leopards' beads or .

    the Nene, is its western boundary. The land rises northward and westward from the river, reaching 260 ft. at Crow Hill near the confines of Little Addington . The soil is clay, iron- and limestone. Until the latter part of

    Parishes Ringwood

    6 December 1735 , which is applied towards the support of the minister and 'supplies.' Wesleyan Methodist Chapel at Crow Hill .- George Pittman Shorey by deed dated 24 November 1865 settled certain real estate for the benefit of the

    Cardington CARDINGTON c. 1840

    open arable land was inclosed. 36 Cardington village then had three fields, probably called Standill field, Wythibutt Stile, and Crow Hill field; 37 the last named 38 is possibly to be identified with the earlier Crosshill field and the contemporary

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

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    CP.H.5309

    (Kirkeby) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Abraham Marston [Marsten] Role: witness Details: male; 30 Employment: clothier Location: Halifax (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Crow Hill (Crewell Shawes) : undefined Halifax (YorkshireWestRiding) Sowerby (Sowerby) : undefined Participant: Mary Brigg [Briggs] Role: witness Details: female; 19;

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i'm gwely ! Ymysg enwau ereilU ar leoedd yr Cannecticnt America, y mae y rhai canlynol:-Devil's Den, Cider Hill, Crow Hill, Cow Hrill Chicken Hill, Clapboard Hill, Horse Hill, Wood-chuck Hill, Cat, Bedlam, Obtuse, Quail Trap, Whip Stock, Bangali, Poverty Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bury St Edmunds, which he held until 1865, when he resigned it, and has since lived in retirement at Crow Hill, Mansfield. Mr Pellew was married in 1826, to a daughter of Dr Stephen Winthrop. The first list of subscriptions Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    E serr, New Juho Street W ate ; Grove, 2, Great yrooctsl flaret;' he~dger, 7, lDsle Eod :Jotes, A2 Crow Hill ; Yfeluar, Yegbrolon; poley, 1t, Smallbrak Street ; Reeves, b18, ripebth Sait~deson, 73, Pnrole; IB rriten Great aempton Street Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oet Wednesday, an action for breach of promise of 1lsarrisge was brouis ct by Mr. John IV. Coffey, of Crow Hill, against Mliss Mat-y Helena. Cocry, of Budlisahinch, Limerick. Damages were laid att£1,000. - A Jury wvas etipatielled to try Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    X1 lus. per Share. PnovssIoVAl, CosMAIMrEE. 0 E, V. P. BURN FLL, Esq., Winkburn STall. J. B. BRODIIURST, Esq., Crow Hill, Mansfield. J. BRANSTON, Esq., Newark. HENRY BRODRUitST, Esq., Woodhouse Place. r e JOHN CHAMBERS, Esq., The Hirst. e lB. Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Orangeism: its origin, constitution and objects, 1866

    Hardy , Counsellor Archdall, and three Roman Catholic priests met at the house of Mr. Atkin ¬ son, of Crow Hill , and thence they went to the hill on which the Protes¬ tants were assembled. Mr. Archdall Cope and Subscribers-only content

    Ireland's recovery, 1855

    Ballyvergin, Lead, Copper and Sulphur Ore; com¬ municated by R. W. Townsend , Esq., C.E. and M.E.-26. Knockaphreaghaun ( Crow Hill ), Argentiferous Lead-34. Milltown , Silver and Lead; worked by the Bullion Mining Company-35. CORK . (*Ballycummisk, Copper; see Subscribers-only content

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