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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Ham

    farm (324 a.), Dove's (also called the Laurels) farm (267 a.), East Court (also called Canning's) farm (236 a.), and New Buildings farm (241 a.). 41 East Court farm was then bought by G. E. Huth , and in 1930

    Parishes Finchampstead

    1299 . 27 Thus the manor became divided and the East Court and West Court moieties were formed. Banister. Or a cross paty sable . EAST COURTEAST COURT was held in 1316 by John Hussey and Emma his wife

    The University of Cambridge The Schools and University Library

    Syndicate reported in favour of building underground bookstores beneath the east and west courts and a reading-room in the east court, 146 but the cost of these plans was found to be disproportionate to the accommodation provided. The Syndicate then

    Index A-Z

    154-6 boundaries, 151 chars., 157-8 ch., 152, 156-8 ct., 107, 156 curates, 157 cust. tenants, 155 dom. archit., 152 East Court , 154 farms, 152-6 glebe, 156-7 Ham Cross , 154 Ham Spray Ho ., 152, 154, 158; and see

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    C. de Boinville, to Amelia, daughter of Colonel TerrN. DEATHS.-On the 5th, in her 87th year, Mrs Cranstone, of East Court, Sussex-On the 5th, at Guernsey, in her 94th year, Mrs Stafford -On the 4th, at Relugas Cottage, G. Mackilligin, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    3 Rood lane, Fenchurch street. John Elliott, Esq., Basset, Southampton. Charles 3. Longeroft. Esq., Havant, Hants. Captain Warren, R.N., East Court, Cosham, Hants. Architect-Edward N. Clifton, Esq., 7 East India-avenne, Leadenhall street, E.C. felicitors.-Messrs Mackenzie, Treherne, and Trinder, 77 Gresham Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    brother, 'andhad a conversation with him in the presence of a p0. liceman. He first deisied having been at East Court, but'- on prisoner's brother askind him why he got into the house to injure his prospects in that way-that'if Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Nursery, Rogby; for the best pine apples, £5. to J. B. Cox, gardener to Mr. A. P. Royda, Crowvn East Court, Wor- cesterahire; for the best black grapes, £3. to W. Hill, gnrdeser'to Mr. R. Sneyd, Beele Hall, Staffordshire; for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be approved of they will be cast in metal and placed in the Louvre. On Tuesday last the new East Court of the South Kensington Museumn wras opened to the public, having arranged In its cases the largest collection of Subscribers-only content

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