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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Sundon

    Haven Coome , Badger 's Coome, Joan's Furlong , Catts Knapp , Bullington , in the eighteenth; 4 and Fern Hill Wood, Holt Wood , Leyhill Lince in the twentieth century. 5 Manors There is only one entry in the

    Parishes Honiley

    have been a park called Mountfort's Park in the extreme east of the parish, lying between Turtle Hill and Fern Hill in Kenilworth parish. 5 There are still some copses in the parish, the largest being Featherston Grove and Wakefield

    Parishes Yateley

    the Diamond Jubilee of her late Majesty Queen Victoria , the site being given by Mr. Laurence Currie . Fern Hill , the property of Mr. John Charles Randell , is a mansion situated on an eminence in a wooded

    Parishes Albury (with Tiddington )

    large farms (Church and Walter's farms) of about 200 acres each, two small ones of about 50 acres each, Fern Hill Wood, and part of Rycote Park . 124 In 1086 Tiddington was assessed at 2 hides and 3 virgates;


    present day. Meeting at Rycote in November of that year- Two brace of foxes were presently turned out of Fern Hill -one going away in good style across Rycote Park by the Old Paddock , in the direction of Tetsworth

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Saturday 15th December 1838

    cold, but pleasant riding. We went out by Clewer , Surly Hall , took a burn by Byfield , Fern Hill , & home always the Reading road. - Read Despatches & wrote my Journal. - The additions to our

    Saturday 15th December 1838

    day, but nice riding; we rode out by Clewer , Surly Hall , took a turn by Byfield , Fern Hill , home along the Reading road, the Horse Guards' Barracks, and up the carriage road to the Castle. When

    Wednesday 31st July 1839

    so odd looking; his being quite tired, as Lord M. said, of one year in the Oak Plantations at Fern Hill ; Lord M. told Lady Normanby (who has taken an unjust dislike to Sir C , Metcalfe on account

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to Maria Louisa, youtngest dasoghier of Mr. San. Sowerby, gf IlingsdeSO' Bristel. DEATHS. On Thursday weel, at his seat, Fern Hill, Berks, Sir TheeOPil21l John MIetcalfe, Bart. in the 34X9th year of his age. Oss the I'th instanAt, R. Cunliffe, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of grief and agitation than Mr Montgomery was. This morning I had a letter rors Mr Montgomery, written at Fern Hill, and he was as stringly as ever under the distressing conviction of Lord Brouggham's death. I t has since Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the said haunch is to be taken with-Sturmer jelly. THE BROUGHAM HOAX. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AIORNING POST. Fern Hill, Windsor, Oct. 28, 1839. Sir,-I bec leave to inelose a copy of the letter, which I received on Monday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    has been graciously pleased to confer a peerage on Sir Charles Metcalfe, by the title of Baton Metealfe of Fern Hill; A new opera by Spolir has just been produced at Cassel. It met with the 'most complete and signal Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    et, dry, has; eell-airranged garden, and contains daignd slitting om -roomne, kitcelis, seullory, &c,, four- bed rooms, -An a-at. Fern Hill, next dook. gobe rin- ly .22, r DWOID Road (126)y entrtmiceb1 SiR Owtng 5oomerfo em ,aJ usa remusalecun,-neu-s-iTsmu sel Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, F, 01 August 1545-31 December 1545

    i. g. 465 (39 p. 215). Farneborough , Soms. See Farmborough. Farneham , Hants. See Fareham. Farnehill. Warw. See Fern Hill. Farnese , Alexander, Pope Paul III. q . v . Farnese (Fernessy, Fernesius, Phernesius, Fornesius) , Alexander, Cardinal, grandson


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