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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hailey Economic history 73. Hailey township c . 1816, from contemporary maps . 74. New Mill from the east , c. 1830.

    170 Two small quarries adjoining Milking Lane were opened about 1945. 171 Mills and Fisheries The Medieval Fulling Mill A fulling mill in Hailey , recorded from the early 13th century to the early 14th, stood on the river Windrush

    Parishes Whitchurch

    . Close to Priory Farm are the school and parish church of St. Mary . Charlcot Farm is near Fulling Mill , and in the down country in the south of the parish is Charlcot Down Farm. The prior and


    north part of the parish in 1570 , 14 on a site commemorated c . 1841 by the field-name Fulling Mill mead. 15 It was still active in 1602 , when it was leased to a shearman of West Tarring

    Parishes Hinxton

    was closed c . 1950. 180 A plot known as Fulling Mill croft in South field in the 18th century 181 derived its name from the Great Chesterford fulling mill near by, not from any Hinxton mill. Local Government. In

    Parishes Swalcliffe SWALCLIFFE C. 1800

    a fulling-mill, for there were fields in Swalcliffe Lea known in the 16th century and later as Fulling Mill meadows and Fulling Mill piece. 522 A mill at the Lea frequently occurs in 16 th- and 17th-century documents, 523 and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ciilkscales, its John of the Mill, shortened into John Mill, its Walker and Fuller from the Walk- ing or Fulling Mill where cloth is dressed, its Gird- wood who hoops the barrels (in England HIooper), and its Brander who stamps Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Valuable Ys.AWNNL MsILLo, 3 ':known as the " GurgccxE Mcavs,', Llanidloes, including. the esten- fLe asine and subsftantiallyr-bnilt Fatoifes, Fulling Mill, Water Rights, Pin Racks, Meisanaes or Dwelling Houses, and Cottages, heldl on Lease .for forty yeas,, from the iRh Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    above PROPERTIES. vi7., the Valuable PFLANNEL IMI'As5 known ansthe "Gurersase Miats.' LI-anidloes, including thbe et ivaceu-d szisbatnti'ely -bnllt Fwacaries. Fulling Mill, Water ights,~ Racks, Meesuages- or Dwelling Recsess, and Ctaehl nL for foryeyarsra rom the 12thdayof May, 1955, an the~greund Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tin., the Valuable SLANNXI, MILLs, known as the " GLi-&li MIats,' Llanidloes, including the exten- sige and substantiilly-bnilt Factories, Fulling Mill, Water Rights, Riackta fiesuauges or Dwelling Houses, and Cottages, held on Lease for forty years from the 12th day Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Burrington. The - Golden Lion" Hotel at Wrington, and the "Darlington -, Arms" at Red Hill. both fully-licenscd houses: Fulling Mill Y Water Corn Mill, Bailiff's House and Offlce with Wood Yard, Steam Sawmills, Sawpit, Joiner's and other Shops, sufficient Subscribers-only content

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