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You searched for: Place: "East Langton"

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Church Langton

    were conveyed to Thorpe Langton ; parts of Thorpe and West Langton to East Langton ; and parts of Thorpe Langton and Welham to East Langton . Part of Thorpe Langton was transferred to Welham . In 1927 detached parts

    Stonton Wyville

    Meadow Close between it and the Glooston boundary; Brook Field occupied the area between the village, the boundary with East Langton , and the road from Stonton to Tur Langton ; and Hill Field lay on the west side of

    Gumley

    all held of Ralph de St. Lo. 43 His wife's inheritance also included a share in the manors of East Langton and Smeeton Westerby and the honor of Wardon ( Northants .). 44 John Latimer was succeeded by his son

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to I against Ditto; 16 to I against The Hadji; 20 to 1 against Happy Land; 20 to1 against East Langton; 20 to 1 against Physician; 22 to 1 against Sedbury; 25 to 1 against Longrange; 40 to 1 against Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    form he ought to achieve the honour, though we are pre- pared to see Haymaker rium up for it. East Langton won the Seventh Triennial last year, but we imagine that Star of the East will conquer him this journey, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hr. c. Lively Bird................ Mir. J. Cooksose's hr. f. Nolta ...............J. Scott Mir. W. S. S. Crawfeurd's h. c. East Langton ....... . Taylor Mir. W. S. S. Crnwfurd's hr. c. Ricliviewv............. Msr. Disney's br. c. Kbniglet of Malta.........C. W~estlake Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1 agst Jordan, 4 to 1 agst East Langton, and 5 to 1 agst any other. The favourite cesee away aith a tend of a length aced a-half, Jordan second, East Langton third, Charles II. fourth, and Lady Alice last Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A cargo of Havannah sugar, No 11", sold at 29s. Market dull. Spoxtinlg. TATTERSALL'S.-YESTERDAY. SoMEnsErsTOIRE STARES.-5 to 2 agst East Langton; 5 to 1 agst York; 8 to 1 agst Childrey. DERnY-9 to2 agst Fitz Roland; 5 to I egst Subscribers-only content

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