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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Histon Economic history

    have survived in the mid 17th century. It stood in Park (formerly Mill) field close to the edge of Great Meadow . 6 A post mill on that site was dismantled in 1806 . 7 was a weaver in Histon

    Parishes Waterperry

    or perhaps only fairly new, arrangement was still in force in 1739 , 235 when the Home Ground and Great Meadow are again said to have been 'lately' divided. Part of the new arable was let out, and a very

    Parishes Westcote

    which were formerly part of the demesne. 99 The demesne included two meadows called the Great Leasow and the Great Meadow and sheeppasture called Combe Pasture in the 16th century. 100 The demesne arable in the open fields was probably

    Townships Osbaldeston

    . out of closes called Grene Holme , Wheat Field, the Chapel Flat , Sweton, Croucke Spit and the Great Meadow . 9 The township was probably rated as 6 oxgangs of land and contributed only 4 s . 8

    The parish of Prestwich with Oldham Oldham

    commons; Shaw , 77-81. In the following year Edmund Tetlow the elder and Edmund Tetlow the younger sold the Great Meadow near Fogg Lanc for a poor's field; Char. Com. Rep . ( 1826 ), xvi, 227. Anne, the eldest

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Three Mnelofirce, called the Edce, in the Occupation of Tbomas Hardacr, containing together 3 Lot X. Stone Clofe or Great Meadow, w'th a Barn therein .5 3' Stone CiOfe or Back of Barn 6 0 1! Hawes - ? -- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    called the Edge, in trLt Occupeticn of Thomas Haidacre, containiag together 3 2 36 Lot X. Stone Cbofe or Great Meadow, With a BArn therein ? ? ? ? ? 5 3 12 Stone Cloft or Back of BArn - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    And Pastiure Lied, be- loiging to tbe aoid !Mssuage, commonly called or knortn by the several Nairs of the Great Meadow, tie Little leadaw, fhe Jert2ings Meidow4 the Buckeit Field, the Coat Field, and Wood, containing together by Estimation Eighteen Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    biy the several Ncunes, w111 eolltaininig tile Sieveral Quanti- tie hereinafter-llen tiocoee, that is to soy- A. Re. C. Great Meadow................ 4L Near Middle F-iedc....................'I 1.. IVMa Far Middle Fi-id .............1 IO32 Near BallrField, -............ 2 13 Fa.r Darn Fitil Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Lomb, and containing ................. ...0 20 Tile Ing adjoining. ............... :::: 3 313 The East End of the Great Meadow Close, as now staked out -from the Western End thereof, together, wvith the Smilth'a Shop, and Plantation adjoining thereto, Subscribers-only content

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

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    CP.G.1881

    Yorkshire, East Riding Place(s): Howdenshire (Howdenshire) : undefined Location: River Derwent (Darwent) : waterways Location: Great Meadow (Greate Meadowe) : fieldname Place(s): Great Meadow (Greate MeadoweGreate Inge Location: Yorkshire, East Riding Place(s): Great Tedderinge (Great Tedderinge) : fieldname Little Tedderinge

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