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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Great Bowden

    through the village. In 1832 nearly a mile of this road was reconstructed to give an easier gradient at Gallow Hill , 19 and the old road can be seen alongside it further east. The branch canal from Foxton to

    Parishes Bowes Vipont. Gules six rings or . Bowes . Ermine three long-bows gules .

    is composed of the township of Bowes , containing the hamlets of Bowes Cross, Stoney Keld (Staynhoukeld, xiii cent.), Gallow Hill (where the lords of Bowes had their gallows), 1 Low Field , Mellwaters, Sleightholme , Spital Houses, 2 Applegarth

    Parishes Bassingbourn

    and tumbrel. Edmund of Bassingbourn was said to have the same franchises, except infangthief, in 1275 . 383 A Gallow Hill south of the village was mentioned in 1567 . 384 In 1436-7 2 leets and 8 courts baron were

    Church Langton

    World War several men from the Langtons worked at the bone mill on the main Market Harborough road at Gallow Hill . 18 The maintenance of horses for the hunting field provided a considerable amount of employment, particularly during the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    default one rnonth, for being drunk and disorderly at St. Gileas )Workhouse. 4 Mrs. McArthur, a widow, residing at Gallow Hill, Crieff, wai yesterday morninm discovered bya neighbour lying by the fireside enveloped in flames. When the fire iwas extingnished, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SHAtRE CERTIFCATES, 'rExst-u;TE As- SH5OP.",~ st EPORTS ASDILIG-llt. J1 E-E JOURNAL FI C FIVYSLREKEI' B£ILINGHAX. PUBIJC NOTICES. Lr THXE GALLOW HILL GLU-E AND CH1EMICAL a. ~~COMPANY C1,1sflTED1. (Tnco orated under the Companies Acts, 1862 to M189. CAPITAL *£ .............:s.oo, - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the year. After adding to reserve the sEm of £6,357, there rernains £4,173 to carry forward. NEW ISSUE. The Gallow Hill Glue and Chemical Company has a share capital of £25,000, of which 8,880 5% preference shares of :£ each, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hall, solicitor, all of Habifax. On the 13th inst. John, only son of Mr. Win. luldson, far- mer, of Gallow Hill, nnar Knaresbro', to Ann; sceond daughter of tlIe latei Mr. Robart Inibold, of Branton Grena, near lreat Ou~ebllurn. On Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and some very old friends. The deceased, who was in the 108th year of her age, was born at Gallow Hill, Yorkshire, on the 29th of Ray, 1783, and was baptised at Bowes Church, near Barnard Castle. She breathed her Subscribers-only content

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