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  • * Victoria County History *

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    well back from the road; one thatched 18th-century house with gabled dormers survived in 1984 . A settlement at Green End on the Over road probably existed by the mid 13th century 78 and certainly by the early 15th, when

    Cottenham Church

    of arable and meadow. 84 The chapel of ease which was believed in the 1640s to have stood at Green End 85 was presumably a recollection of the private chapel of Harlestones manor house. 86 A royal clerk was rector

    Parishes Grandborough

    straggling fashion; part of it, on a road branching off at right angles towards Swanbourne , is known as Green End . At the south-east of the village stands the church. There is a Wesleyan chapel dating from 1871. Several

    Parishes Great Barford

    of every date and style from the 17th century onwards. In the northern part of the village, known as Green End , is the site of Creakers Manor ; the farm-house bearing this name is comparatively modern. One of Lysons'

    The borough of Aylesbury Manors, churches and charities

    with which Otters Fee was thus united. 18 Its site may be located by 'Otterells Lane,' which lay near Green End , 19 a way leading from Temple Square to Rickford 's Hill . 20 There were two early serjeanties

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    RICKFORD, William (1768-1854), of Green End, Aylesbury, Bucks.

    (1768-1854), of Green End, Aylesbury, Bucks. Constituency Dates Aylesbury 1818 1841 Biography Rickford was a native and lifelong resident of Aylesbury, and since 1803 had been head of its Old Bank, which he had founded with his father six years

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in partuerahip with James William Lowick. Luke Fieldes, Gauxholine Place, Tod morden Lane, stonemason and builder. obert Burton, l~pper Green End Farm, eBoxmoeor, Hurts, farmer, Samtuel Morris, NurseryGrove, Church End, Finoliley, Mid. dlesex, builder. Sir Arthur Perey Cunningham Faints, Bart., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Jciellr-Address, A. 47, lD~ly P'ost. e2M99 JjjOtJiMAN lPrhIter's(.-A' Nowsr and Genes-al Haned Reqisters U. aReoen.goginent. Satisfactory eeciountcadatioiis.-yie. 43, Green End, Wldtehurclu, Shropshire. ellli Yl~NGR1AYBRIhS.--Wailted, a1 Situatfon. by a goool Workmoan. Six- JOs" tean yocos in last situation. Geod letterer Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    both Kent, innkeeper and brick. maker. Rosyuwr MACLE.AsN, 14, RailwaMy Street, Beverley, Yorkehire, draper And clothier. JOITN WILKIteNsON, of Green End, near Folly Hial, Wibsey, Bradford, paper maker. B.ANXRTTPTCIrS ANNULLED. MAXIMssrIAN LOW, formerly trading as Anglo Felix and Co:, now Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WILLS ANLD BEQUESTS. The following have just been proved, with personalty as stated :-Of Arthur Leslie Charrington, late of Green End, St. Ives, Runtingdonshire ; over £75,000. -Of Miss Emma Coleman, late of 7, Ventnor Villas, West Brighton ; upwards Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    managing bratch.-Addrenss 3a3 Daily Pose. ______ eOl jtOC ERY and rrovisions.-Sitoiation Wanted : good experienre; goosd reicrennes.---H- Osobrne, 8, Green End. Whit-church, TSOTEL$.R-e hment Wacted, b1y caperiettedi young Lady, .i fcrstciass hotel bar. flood refereoces,-Address. M1., care (I in TFlIsy Subscribers-only content

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