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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Bishopstoke

    to 50 ft. above the ordnance level, to the woodland round Fair Oak Park , a height of 190 ft. to 220 ft. However, in 1894 , Fair Oak , the eastern part of the parish, was formed into a

    Townships Bowland with Leagram

    John Parkinson , and their daughter and heir Elizabeth married Robert Parker of Harden , whose descendants continued at Fair Oak . Index of Royalists , 42. Royalist Comp . Papers , ii, 254. Leagram is described as 'in the

    Parishes Owslebury

    grouped the cottages and farms composing the hamlet of Crowd Hill , the southern portion of which belongs to Fair Oak (see under Bishopstoke ). From the top of Crowd Hill remarkably fine views open out on almost every side.

    Rugeley Churches, schools and charities

    265 It was closed by 1892 . 266 A large mission room and schoolroom were erected in 1882 at Fair Oak Colliery, Rugeley , out of a barn and fitted up to hold 60 to 70 children at both day

    Wincanton Wincanton in 1840 Wincanton in 1885

    the second evening but was discontinued in the early 19th century. 26 The Stavordale site was marked by the Fair Oak , said in 1890 to have been used to support the scales and standing, and the butter cross, which

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Throgmorton at. J. Jackson, KSfacclsfield,silk-throwster. [Bell, Bow Church yard. J. Taylor, Apecroft, Lancashire, aalico-printer. [Ellis, Chancery lane. 1Y. Sims, Fair Oak, Hampshire, schoolmaeter. [Holme, New inn. J. NuttAll, Wirksworth, Derbyshire, saddler. [Roberts, Exchequer Offices. Friday, Oct. 6. BANi:RUPtTOIES ENtLARnED. J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Henry Pynn, 19 Clifford street, Director of the County Fire Office, and Sooth and Midlands Railway Sir Raymond Jarvis, Fair Oak park, near Winchester, Director of the Manchester and Southampton Railway The Honourable A. Capel, Theyden House, Essex, and Park Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    unable to rally their troops this morning, and have retreated back towards Richmond. Oar men have moved forward to Fair Oak, five miles from the city. Jeff. Davis and Letcher were both at the fight yesterday. The dead are now Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for help in behalf of many of myparishioncrs,wbo laavo been thrown oat of wvork by the stoppage of the Fair Oak an Colliery on the 8th of July? Since then some of the men Du and boys employed there (who Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I 'aluere, 102, Colmuore Row, Birrningiame. 18I WiVAGONS. - To be Sold, by instr'tltion of tbe. YTLiquidator of thme Fair Oak Colliery (Limited)- IA QUANTITY OF EIGHT-TON COAL WAGONS. For partionlars, apply ts Richard Taylor. Rujgloy. c9292 -PREMISES TO LET Subscribers-only content

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    Horniman's Pure Tea

    everywhere by over 12,000 appointed? agents. Guaranteed pure and full weight? without the package. Ask for it, see that? you get it, and have no other. It ia? " Always Good Alike " SOLD BY- Fair Oak, ECCLESHALL. .i/=//\U z^r^V Subscribers-only content

    Horniman's strong delicious

    [Advertising, Printed ephemera, Tea trade, Advertisements, Tea and coffee merchants] 1 TW snok'^t^^ How is itP That HORNIMAN'S PURE TEA is better? value and goes further than any other. Because it consists only of the succulent spring? growths Imported Subscribers-only content

    Horniman's strong delicious

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    Horniman's Pure Teas. Always good alike.

    [Advertising, Printed ephemera, Tea trade, Advertisements, Tea and coffee merchants] fCorniman^d 9ure XS^ea ^^^ STRONG, RICH AND DELICIOUS. Fairy tales are often believed by tbe young, and others of an older? erowth are liable to be gulled when buying Subscribers-only content

    Horniman's Pure Teas. Always good alike.

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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PAGET, Hon. Charles (1778-1839), of Fair Oak, Rogate, Suss.

    (1778-1839), of Fair Oak, Rogate, Suss. Constituency Dates Milborne Port 12 June 1804 41806 Caernarvon Boroughs 1806 41826 Caernarvon Boroughs 1831 6 Mar. 1833 Caernarvon Boroughs 23 May 1833 61834 Ofifces Held Entered RN 1790, midshipman 1793, lt. 1797, cdr.

    PAGET, Hon. Sir Charles (1778-1839), of Fair Oak, Rogate, Suss.

    Charles (1778-1839), of Fair Oak, Rogate, Suss. Constituency Dates Milborne Port 12 June 1804 1806 Caernarvon Boroughs 1806 1826 Caernarvon Boroughs 1831 6 Mar. 1833 Caernarvon Boroughs 23 May 1833 1834 Ofifces Held Entered RN 1790, midshipman 1793, lt. 1797,

 

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