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You searched for: Place: "East Goscote"

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The Hundred of Gartree THE HUNDRED OF GARTREE

    parish in 1831 . 10 A noticeable feature of the hundred boundaries is that a south-eastern extension of the East Goscote hundred separates the main body of Gartree from its outlying members, Baggrave, South Marefield , and the ancient parishes

    Owston

    ; it was in Gartree hundred but was a chapelry and township of the parish of Tilton , in East Goscote hundred, and is reserved for later treatment. O.S. Map 6" (1st and 2nd edns.). For the history of the

    Parishes added since 1892 Humberstone

    from Leicester and was formerly an ancient and civil parish in East Goscote hundred and Billesdon union. In 1892 445 acres of the parish were taken into the borough of Leicester as West Humberstone civil parish. This new civil parish

    Parishes added since 1892 Belgrave

    a mile and a half north-east of the centre of Leicester . The ancient parish of Belgrave lay in East Goscote hundred and contained the chapelries of Birstall and South Thurmaston as well as the township of Belgrave itself. Birstall

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    divisions ; the northern to in- clude the Hundreds of West Goscote, East Goscote, and Framland, and the two detached portions of the Hundred of East Goscote ; the southern those of Gar- tree, (except as before mentioned) Sparkenhoe, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    On the evening of Friday, aa Mr. Edward P. Jackson, of Quorndon, the high constable of the Hundred of East Goscote, was returning from Loughborough, about eleven o'clock in tbe evening, he was attacked by some ruffian, near to the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    June inrtant, will take Into consideration the forming together certain Parishes, Townships, and Places, in tim hundreds of Frsmland, East Goscote, and Gartroe, as a convenient tai proper division witbin, aad for wbich Special Sessions ahonld be holden under the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Henry Turville, and Humphrey Purefey, Esqs., county magistrates, issued a letter to the head constables of the hundred of East Goscote, giving them instructions what to do in the: emergency. After saying that it had pleased Almighty God of late Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the stone trough upon which they were fed being in existence about 1800 when Niehols published his volume of East Goscote Hundred. It may be inferred that when the old house became a hunting-seat, the Shirleys gradually abandoned it as Subscribers-only content

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