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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Walsall Public services

    . 86 An open-air swimming bath was built at Bloxwich by the corporation in 1922 in what is now Field Close , and the following year slipper-baths were added. The establishment was converted into covered baths in 1932 . 87

    Mowsley

    Brabazons, may have been the site of the manor of Roger le Brabazon (d. 1317). 12 Ash Close and Field Close were already in existence in 1680 , 13 King's Close in 1736 . 14 The area to be inclosed

    Parishes Hullavington

    1956 , 51 and in the 1970s and 1980s small groups of larger private houses were built in Royal Field Close , Frog Lane, and Watts Lane , and larger groups north of Watts Lane and near the south end

    Wicken WICKEN Wicken Village

    churchyard was later let as part of the glebe 90 and was still known as Old Churchyard or Church Field Close in the 19th century. 91 No register survives for the parish. NONCONFORMITY. In 1801 Mrs. Prowse dismissed her dairymaid

    Index A-J

    Church of England Temperance Society Church of England Tract Society Church Field , in Grafton Regis q.v . Church Field Close , in Wicken q.v . Church House , in Deanshanger q.v . Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day

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

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    CP.H.5705

    Crofts (Home Crofts) : fieldname Low Closes (Low Closes) : fieldname The Ings (The Ings) : fieldname The Dam (The Dam) : fieldname Field Close (The Feild Close) : fieldname Eastburn Ings (Eastburne Ings) : fieldname London (London) : city

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lane, , leadigisrom Milithtorpe to Wakelield. hot til .LOT liP.- A Cloe osf Ground called tlse Castle 1iio )lId Field Close, cosntai)ning by. Adiscasuretisent 4 A i, RI e y of i n'. mire or less, situate on the Noites-hy Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and being Part of the Church Field Close, in the Occupation of Mr. Joseph Ibbertwn, containing 1169 Yards. Lot 2. One other Plit of BUILDING GROUND, beirig other Part of Church Field Close, and lying Eastof Lot 1, 1109 Ydc. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    t All)tOted i S'cjss01en of rducattns. '1 \ TEACH1; S of YOUTH are respectfully nt T fo:mtd, that the follow ing is a complete Lbst o. cf the valuabe c 146 which, wi h n these tcw Years, have Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    _-40 3 58 Lot 3. The Old Mill Field, ... ... 5 2 26 Lot 4. The New IMill Field Close, .. 7 116 Lot 5. The Ox Meadow, ... ... 4 2 24 The Ox Close, ... ... ... Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1. ,q LL that C LOSE o ILAND, Arable, bL JL Meadow, or Pasture Gmound, called the dc Ellerd Field Close, containing by Estinstiois 3A. On. thl 16'. (more or less) lying and being in the Township of th Sherburn Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Supplementary Records, Farleton

    Duke of Cumberland Inn through and over several closes of land belonging to Thomas Cartmel, esq. and known as Field Close, Holmegate, Long close and the Kiln Cornthwaite, towards and unto the bank of the said canal at the south

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