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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hampstead Hampstead Heath

    Spaniard's Road. East Park was also despoiled, by brickfields. 66 He went on to reject compromise offers not to oppose building on his land along Finchley Road in return for the abandoning of plans for East Park . In consequence

    Parishes Rockbourne

    deer hunted and his rabbits taken with 'ferrets' nets and other engines.' 60 In the reign of Edward VI East Park still belonged to the lord of the manor, who brought two suits for poaching against his tenants of Rockbourne

    Ifield Ifield , Bewbush and Colgate c. 1910

    further developed, and Perryfield Road was cut. Building also began east of Brighton Road , in the area called East Park . Meanwhile, the hamlet around West green was more closely linked to Crawley by the building of Victoria and

    Parishes Horne

    was probably forest when Horne was included with Blechingley in the great Clare manor of that name. The names East Park and West Park , at some considerable distance apart, indicate the former character of the parish. Frogwood Heath is

    Hampstead Economic History

    wood', were leased in the 1680s . 91 By 1762 it formed 81 a. of demesne farmland, later called East Park . 92 In 1704 the demesne farmland was said to total 481 a., 93 probably an exaggeration since the

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

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    CP.H.3155

    Role: defence proctor Details: male Employment: Notary Public Participant: Thomas Thompson [Thompson] Role: witness Details: male; 70; yeoman Location: East Park (East Parke) : undefined Cannot identify; spelling modernised. Place(s): Helmsley (YorkshireNorthRiding) Helmsley (Helmsley) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Richard Huggon

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mary, AiMrrc- T__he -dead body of a well-driessed man was on Thurs- day found amongst some hushes on) the East Park estate, wehich ha-s recently been aIdded to 1-amperead Heath. Deceased is believed to have resided at; Islinzton, and to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SERIOUS EXP'LOSION AT NORTHAMPTON.-Early yester- ti clay morning an alarming explosion occurred in Turner ti ; Street, on the East Park Estate, Northampton, whereby si Mr. James Marvesley, the occupant of the house, narrowly ! escaped with his life. A Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    veteran officer completed his niuety-sixth year last month, being half a year younger than General Whchcote. He resides a-t East Park Terrane, South. ampton, and, tbough in infirm bodily health, retains a vigorons recollection of the great events which marked Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wanted, by a young Mai), as General or TAseistarnt Cutter; thoroughly practical; good references-.- Address, B., 9. Holly Road, East Park. Northanmpton. 03255 r IVO Sisters (well-educated and domesticated) Stei Situations .1 together, in any place of trust; have held Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by kYonug Mean 122): welnlu irn dret-class goods; first or single. State Iterms, -EL. Jarvis, 41. Turner Street, - East Park, Northampton. CMl - iiXTWERNgMA.KRIL-Yousg Man Wants Job as Improver; - can I dojoinsoo- Goodzsefersssces.-Address, Francls, PositOfince, Derby, "- 6715 Subscribers-only content

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