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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The City of Coventry The outlying parts of Coventry : Harnall, Radford , and Whitmore Park

    wall. The district was bounded on the north-west by Leicester Row and Foleshill Road , on the north by Great Heath in Foleshill parish and Broad Oak Waste (a detached part of St. Michael 's parish), on the east by

    The City of Coventry The outlying parts of Coventry : Foleshill

    Station to the collieries in Sowe and Wyken . Foleshill is an area of complex industrial and residential development. Great Heath and Edgwick in the south of the former parish were built up during the 19th century; many houses of

    House of Lords Journal Volume 17 13 October 1675

    comprised nearer 375 a. 11 In the 17th century former demesne pastures at Great Coursehill were planted, becoming later Great Heath plantation ( c . 17 a.). 12 In the 1690s Edgeley coppice (Moulden's wood) was separated from Barley Park

    Parishes Ardley

    near Aves Ditch was known as the 'great moor' in 1685 7 and in the 19th century as the Great Heath . 8 Here also were Church Furze and Heath Ground , while Pearson 's Heath lay in the south,

    Parishes Wokingham

    . 7 d . consols, with the official trustees, arising from the sale in 1874 of an allotment at Great Heath , Finchampstead , and from the sale in 1887 of the Hermitage Farm at Flitton , producing in yearly

  • * British History Online *

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    Council Minutes, 1833-35

    tenure of Lord Bute at 3. Lands on the Great Heath, in tenure of Lord Bute at 52. 11. 7 (including proportion of Race Course.) Lands on the Great Heath, in tenure of Lord Bute at 16 (including those in

    Manorial records, Introduction

    usurpations of Squire Lewis of the Van, who had enclosed sixty acres of the Burgesses' common land on the Great Heath. To the 13th Article they say that the inhabitants of Cardiff still usually grind their corn in the Lord's

    Council Minutes, Book No.VII (3), 1818-33

    purchase the remainder of the buildings for the same purpose. The Corporation recovered possession of "the lands on the Great Heath agreed to be sold M r Hollier and now in the possession of M r Carpenter and Llewellin Prosser,

    Corporation Miscellanea, Common Attornies Accounts, 1783-1822

    m Hadley 2 y'rs 1 . 10 . 0. 1820 April 24. By 1 y'rs rent for land on Great Heath due Mich s last from Jno. Wood Esq e 30. Sept r 23. By 4 w'ks rent from Cha

    Council Minutes, 1835-43

    Clerk prepare the necessary Conveyance. 50 is to be spent in repairing the Corporation's cottage and buildings on the Great Heath. Ordered, that the Corporation attend Divine Service at Cardiff Church on the last Sunday in each month, and that

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ireb- field Harriers), 20 yards. Time, 2min. 1-56ec.-6) Half- mfleoubstacle race: 1, F. Short (Midland Club); 2, F. Cattle (Great Heath F.C.) ; 3, G. E. Hunt (Birch6eld Harriers). Time not taken.-(7M Quarter-mile handi- cap: 1, J. P. Smith (Notts Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rlat handicap. Final : C. E. Symes, 101' yards, 1; H. F'ulaloVe (M.C. and A.C.C.), 2; 5. Clarke, Foleshill (Great Heath F.C.), 10s yards, 3. Won by two yadids: half a yard betwveen seond and third. Time, 12 1-Ssec.-One mile Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    C-C. (75 yards), 2; L. Ains- worth, Triumph C. C. (55 yards), 3.-120 ards Att race: S. C. Clarke, Great Heath ,I.C. (9V% yards), 1; B H. D. Duntiey, West Bromnwich (10%4 yards), 2; W. Cribdou, (Godiva Harriers (9 yards), Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Town hq beat Stoke by 5 goals to 2.-Singer's Reserve heat Kenil- O, worth Town by 4 to 1.-Folsehill Great Heath defeated i WVest Orchard by 5 goals to 0.-Hedge, Reserves beat 5 Foleshill St. Lawrence by 6 to 3. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Saiitsi 0 : Lord Street, Coventry. 1, SiTygers Rteserves I; Fleshill Sc. Lawrence 2, Gosford Streest 0 ; Foloshill Great Heath 2, Sr. Cearge's, ovenitry, 2 - Stockport Countv a, Clitherce 3 Mactles- Ie d m 2, chorle v 0 Subscribers-only content

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