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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Swallowfield

    park containing many ancient oaks of great size. The hamlet of Farley Hill stands in the south-east corner of the parish about 11/2 miles from Swallowfield village. Farley Hill Place was built about 1730 by John Walter , on land

    The King's government in the Middle Ages The hundreds of Wiltshire c. 1830

    , Sheepbridge , and Farley Hill in Swallowfield , Didenham in Shinfield , and a part of Wokingham . They lay locally in the Berkshire hundreds of Charlton and Sonning , Hinton and Farley Hill at least were still considered

    Fifteenths and tenths, 1334

    Diddenham (in Shinfield , Berks .) 30 0 Durnford, Great 43 4 " Little 22 0 Durrington 144 0 Farley Hill (in Swallowfield , Berks .) 24 0 Figheldean 76 8 Hinton (in Hurst , Berks .) 20 0 Hinton

    Poll-Tax payers of 1377

    , Netton , and Newtown (all in Durnford) 123 /33/2 **Durnford, Little 39 /33/4 ** Durrington 139 /34/4 ** Farley Hill (in Swallowfield , Berks .) 28 /33/3 Figheldean , See Knighton . 'Hindurrington'. See Bulford . ** Hinton Hatch

    Index A-Z

    (Som.), 12, 76, 146 Farleigh , Monkton , 190; prior and priory of, 28, 53, 62 Farley , 324 Farley Hill , in Swallowfield ( Berks .), 1, 2 Farmer , S. W., 359 Farrant , John, 357 Farrar ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    off; the robbers theer tooL feli bim ah Ii is inoney. BfRTI. OI 0 iuiiday, the 1st instant, at Farley Hill, near Reariltir ti'e I Lnsriy of Rowzlanld Stepiinion. Ecq. of a son. MARRIAGRSO. Tuesday morning, at Sn. Goorig', llanoeerSfqnorer Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mary-le-boue Church, La lf Lucy Pery, third daughter to the Earf of Limerick, to Rv cac I Stlvenson, of Farley Hill, jerks. (n the 19th inst. lrim. lkletcalfe, jun. Rwq. o~f Tyrlemotlthle hous-, Northunmberland, to Mary Ann, eldest daLughter of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    child to ,ourn his loss. On the 26th ult. saddeoly, at the Casa Standish, at Florence, Orlando Mtandish, of Scaleby Castle and Holme Cultram Abbey, in the county of Cumberland, and of Farley Hill, in the county of Berks, Esq. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the evening, when they set off to Farley Hill, the Lieutenant-General driving. The horse went at the pace ol abouttwelvemilesan Iour, but nothing occurred until withir a mile of Farley Hill House, at a part of the road where Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    husiicso. saiglue a~nd seestoo-s practice, e^a vvaoysneli, adid thuldenlrslreutlnul df a cousctty solichtor's eme. Good rafsreocce0.-z4reirf , Mr. efas', Farley Hill, Liten, B~edr.[eo~ti A DVEITISEIQR(a (;errnin), (sak en Bnemeut as i orelgs 2LA Corrospondlintin I Mershasit's Ofice. ¶erfelt Englishand (3Crman, Subscribers-only content

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