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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Soham Soham in the late 20th Century Soham Village c. 1650

    1565 , eleven on East fen, and three on the Angles. 23 By 1656 two lines of up to ten cottages stood east of the Brook Street closes on parallel narrow strips stretching into East fen. Another twenty cottages then

    Isleham Isleham c. 1800 Isleham Village in the 1460s

    28 Others were scattered along northwardrunning fen droves lying further west, such as Little London , Two Coats, and East Fen droves. At the isolated Windy Hall in the south-west of the fen members of the Wells family, mostly labourers,

    Maps of the Fenland

    or 83/4x113/4 in. [ London , 1799. ] Shows South Holland , Deeping Fen , Low Holland Fen , East Fen and West Fen , where John Rennie was then carrying out drainage operations. 93. 1795. B.M. [A map, without

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Esetx Engl :sh BcLiueor ,2'atioeal), Gloucestershi'e: Leiithall Earles (Church of En, bud, florefordsiisre , Stoke Golding (snfants) Leice.rteishire; Iaswille East Fen, and Fosdys e (b tl, ChurLh of j.sn--land). Lincolnshire; Pec habea (Yes~leyan) London -olortenhain (Wood Green, Naas Po.d Boardi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    agh, at at Boston, was wall attended, and the latid fetched hirilt ve prices.-631 acres were sold of Site East Fen, and 695 of the West, ihichi fetched the funt ol 68,0401. TIc former sold for 29,9101. averaging 321- S.;. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    effectual Drainage of cortai o Lnids coiled Billinghiey Pen, liflinghay Daoes, and Walcot Ven, SValcot Dlales, and North Hyme East Fen and Ings, in the Pariseles or PIlaces of Billinghiv, Wldeot. Ilogdlike flarts C rondds Coninelsby W S9WinolsaLd, North lyme Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on Wednesday morning last, a fire was discovered in a stack-yard upon the farm 'of Mr. Salisbury, in the East Fen, near Boston: assistance was promptly rendered, but we regret to add very little of the corn was saved; about Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    II1., chapter 108; 7 Gee. IV., chapter 2, and 10 Gee. IV., t chapter 123; the Wildmore, West and East Fen Drainage Acts, I viL, 41 Gee. 3, chapter 135, and 43 Geo. 3, chapter 118; the I Greetwell DIstrict Subscribers-only content

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