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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Church Langton

    cows, sheep, and pigs. 12 In 1743 the 3 fields of West Langton - Wheat Field, Bean Field, and Fallow Field -each contained more than 5 closes which made a total of about 368 a. of inclosed land. Sir Edward

    Paulerspury PAULERSPURY Paul erspury Village

    Plumpton Park Field, and Toothill Field further north again. 69 Heathencote had its own fields, named simply as the Fallow Field , Peas Field and Wheat Field in 1728 , 70 which presumably correspond with the Berry Hill Field (to

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

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    CP.E.179

    Riding Gryngton (Gryngton) : undefined Participant: RichardWhitehead [Whithevede; Wythed; Wytheved] Role: witness Details: male Location: Yorkshire, East Riding Place(s): Fallow Field (Falowfeld, Faloufeld) : undefined Spelling modernised. Participant: John Dawson [Daweson; Dawson] Role: witness Details: male; 30 Location: Yorkshire, East

    CP.G.1939

    Great Strykland) : manor Location: Westmorland Place(s): Dry Beck (Drybecke, Drybekk, Dribeke) : undefined Spelling modernised. Location: Westmorland Place(s): Fallow Field (Fallowfeild, Fallofeild) : fieldname Spelling modernised. Location: Carlisle (Carlill, Carlisle, Carlyell) : city Location: Edenhall (Cumberland) Place(s): Edenhall (Edinghall,

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, F

    Fabius maximus , 323. Faeson , Fan, 331. Fairfax , Thomas, 148. Fallow Field [Northumberland ] , 304. Falmouth , 170. Fane , Francis, Earl of Westmorland, daughter of, see Ingleby, Anne. Fanno , 219. Fanshawe : Thomas, Remembrancer of

    Cecil Papers, Miscellaneous 1603, 01 January 1603-31 December 1603

    9.) Lead Mines. [Eliz.? ] Map of the neighbourhood of Accom lead mines, near Accom town, [Northumberland ] , Fallow Field town shown. 1 sheet . ( 225. 10.) MAPS AND PLANS. "Plot of a College or Hospital." [Trinity College,

    Historical Collections, Military actions, January 1645 to the Battle of Naseby

    the Reserves were brought up by Rainsborough, Hammond and Pride . The Place where they fought was a large. Fallow Field about a Mile broad on the North-west-side of Naseby , which Space of Ground was wholly taken up. The

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lie has mnade an al- vance. IJalioei has one of the best landscapes in. the academy, called " The Fallow Field." Salart's picture of a Scotch mnoss is too black. MacWhirter is the best of the Norternl artists in landsca4pe, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    its sombredepths, will be remembered. as the feature of one of our local exhibitions a few years ago. 'Tbe Fallow Field," by J. IV. Oalkes, represenifisg a newly- ploughed field by the side of a mere, with a charming cols. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A. Bridgman; " A Frosty Morning," by David Farqubarson, a very successful rendering of a woodland stream; " A Fallow Field," by Mary Vernon Morgan, A., a delicate and faithful rendering of profuse mayweed and other flowers ; the vigorous Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    another vein.-Mlrs. Mary Vernon Morgan's pastel drawing, " Sprine Flowers " (70), is delicate and beauti- ful. ;' A Fallow Field " (68) represents a great expanse covered with flowering Mayweed and poppies. The hedge and landscape that bound this Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SIX CLOSES of LAND, situate In Sticker Laneaforeskid, called the Little Croft, the Little log, the Lfong Field, the Fallow Field, the Great Ing, and the Little Close, now or lately ocecupied by the baid Abraham Webster, or his Underrenante. Subscribers-only content

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