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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Exhall [ Plan of Exhall church ]

    Arrow . The upper portion of the valley is enclosed on the south-east by the long steep ridge of Grove Hill and on the north-west by Oversley Wood , of which a small piece known as Prior Hackin 's Wood

    Parishes Turweston

    Wesleyan chapel, built in 1861 . There are a few outlying farms; in the south Turweston Hill Farm and Grove Hill Farm, and about the centre, on the eastern boundary, is the Rectory Farm. Some 17th - century place-names are

    Parishes Haselor [ Plan of Haselor church ]

    point is the long ridge called Grove Hill , which continues south-west above Exhall and divides the valleys of the Alne and the Avon . Near a spring called Caldwell in Grove Hill was the Hermitage (see above) which Ralph

    Dedham Domestic buildings Dedham street plan, 1923

    is evidence for a large dia- mond-mullioned window and large open braces of a probable crown-post roof. The Cottage, Grove Hill , appears to be a medieval hall house, subsequently floored to create one storey with attics, with a two-storeyed

    Othery

    7.5-m. (25-ft.) contour; the south-western part rises to a height of 25 m. (82 ft.) at the top of Grove Hill . Parts of the moors are as low as 4m. (13 ft.) above sea level. 2 In 1985 Southlake

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fu )dd GENEDiXAETH. JOHN. -Mawrth 13fed, priodl' Mr. Edw. T. John, a The Oatlands, Grove Hill, 'iddlesbro', Iab eth AMARWOLAETHAtJ. ir ROBERTS.-Mawrtl 16eg, yn dra sydyn o'r eroUPo lar. yn dair blwydd a haner oed, ' 'Margaret Bilda,' pel merch Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Paris, Katharine Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Sir Robert Chermside, M.D., to Arthur, youngest son of William Beestan, Esq., of Grove Hill terrace, Caiberwell; On Tuesday week, at Fulmer Place; Bergs, Charles Beding- field, Esq., brother to Mr Henry BedingfieId, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Eoq. Tkornhill square, London. JOHN CRID.A.ND, Eoq. Rqochester road, tegntfs purkt; and Weliwood house, Ayrahire. B). STEWART DYKlES, Esq. Grove Hill. Noaht Dulmich; and Deptford. JAMES GREGG, Esq. Westbourne park villas, Bayswater. HENRY BODDINGTON WEBSTER, Esq. Upper Brook street, Grosvenor Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Registry, Both Row. cS092 v. "COACHMAN. or Groom and Seconsd Hosreman.-Wainted, Situsa- ~Jtien. Married; good cliemroter.-Apply, C. IV., Groom, Grove Hill, Buckeley, Worcester, c4324, sC OACHMAN or Groom aend Coachman.-Situatiorn Wanuted, by a -m married Mass; town or country; Bli Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to coia dilions to bo then produced- LOT I-A very aecareble Modem COUNTRY RESIDENCE, k" a GROVE HILL HOUSE," situate at Grove Hill, in the most elevated and pleasant part of GrovoLane. near to Church Lane, Handewortb, now in occupation Subscribers-only content

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

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    CP.H.18

    parish Location: Beverley, St Nicholas (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Swine Moor (Swynemore, Swynemoore) : fieldname Location: Beverley, St Nicholas (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Grove Hill (Litle Grovell Feildes, Grivell Feldes, Litle Grivell Feildes, Grevell Feeldes, High Grevell, Litle Grevell Feeldes, Litle Gryvell, Grovell Feeldes,

 

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