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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Shifford Economic history

    in West or Windmill (later Marsh ) field. 2 The fields were apparently unchanged in 1706 , 3 though Great Common field (470 a.) and Little Common field (46 a.) were recorded c . 1755. 4 A lease in 1759

    Havering-atte-Bower Economic history and local government

    included 4 commons in the marshes: Smith Mead (21 a.), the Hassock (69 a.), Woolley Mead (30 a.), and Great Common (67 a.). 19 In 1850 the total area of common marshland was almost exactly the same, although there had

    Parishes Longstowe

    combination of Ridgway and Townsend fields. The land south of the Cambridge way had become Long field, with the Great Common at its western end. 141 In 1799 the half of the parish remaining under open-field cultivation was inclosed under

    Parishes South Stoke SOUTH STOKE 1818

    . By the 19th century Woodcote Meadow, still a lot meadow in the 17th century, had gone, and only Great Common and Little Common Meadows remained. 222 Farmers whose lands lay in Woodcote had to cross the parish to reach

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

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    CP.G.3577

    Craven (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Earlby (Earby) : township Thornton in Craven (Thornton in Craven) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Thornton In Craven (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Earby Green (Earby Grene) : fieldname Location: Great Common (Great Comon) : common/fell Cannot identify - spelling modernised.

    CP.G.3578

    Location: Thornton In Craven (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Earby (Earbye, Earby, Earbie) : township Location: Thornton In Craven (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Earlby Green (Earbye Greyne, Earby Greyne) : fieldname Spelling modernised. Location: Great Common (Greatt Comon) : common/fell Cannot identify - spelling modernised

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    H EA TItE Q 0Y A L5.1 HTEngagement for Nine Nights of M Ir. H. C. JAERETT'S COMPANY, r In the Grand Rtomantic Tairy Spectacle. . "THE NAIAD QUEEN;" 9R H REVOLT OF THE WATER NYMPHS, A LEGEND OIF Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to, and called, ob commonly knnwn by the several Numes of te Chapel Croft, the Little Common Close, and Great Common Close, the 1st conitaininz by Survey, 4A. on. 17P. the aQd, 2A. 3P. and'the Jr , 4A. 3n. 6r. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    or commonly known by the several fqames eai aof the Chapel Croft, the Little Common Close, and W as Great Common Close, the Ist conltaining by Survey, i- 4A. OR. 17,'. the 2nd, 2A. Sp. end the Std, 4.A. Sn. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    24 a cound Field ... .............. 1 2 C LittlerIng ........... .,... .... ....II.... 1 1 Hi p - Great Common....... I.,,... I......,......2 9 i Little Common arid Rough,.........,..... 3 5 19 M crtiii Close .,......... ................. 2 ii ll Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    0: ties following, (be the same or ainy of them more or lees), ro viz.;- A. R. g. The Great Common Piece ...... 4 2 II7` Little Common Piece ............ 2 3 22 v Total .7........ 2 0 e N.D. Subscribers-only content

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