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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Outlying townships Beverley Parks BEVERLEY PARKS c . 1980

    the 19th and 20th centuries was that of the Baintons, which included Beverley Parks , Low, Ross 's, and Halfway House farms. In 1822 Thomas Bainton of Arram Hall , in Atwick , bought a house and 145 a., later

    Standish Introduction

    house in Standish parish in 1838 ; 82 the beerhouses were at Putloe , one perhaps being the ' Halfway House ,' and the third establishment was the 'Castle' in Oxlinch. 83 The 'Castle' had evidently gone by 1863 ;

    Minchinhampton Introduction

    , opposite Amberley church, which was designed by Sidney Gambier Parry, 72 and a substantial Tudor-style residence adjoining the Halfway House inn at Box. Among the older large houses in the west part of the parish was Mugmore House, north

    Parishes Pitney

    arable fields. South field was reached by similar roads and tracks, the present road from the Langport-Somerton road at Halfway House being known as Hermitage Lane nearest the village and then as Pitney Road . 14 The east of the

    Horton HORTON 1991

    Broadmeadows (180 a.), Rails (164 a.), Tallash (127 a.), Porter's (110 a.), Halfway House (94 a.), Sprinks (53 a.), and a farm later incorporated into Halfway House farm (49 a.). Together those farms had cowhouses for 156 cows. 35 Some

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 10 Towns seated on the THAMES.

    a half more Westwards, is the Halfway Tree in Essex side; and over against in Kent , is the Halfway House , so called, as seated in the midway betwixt London and Gravesend . 9. BARKING CREEK: And two Miles

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Thornham Lodge

    Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 2279 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Notes (1): Erased due to decreased membership Meeting Places St. Paul's National Schools, Chapel Croft, Royton, Lancashire 1888 Halfway House, Thornham, Lancashire 1888

    Cadogan Lodge

    Southwark, London 1773 Leaping Bar, New Road, Blackfriars Bridge, London 1776 Angel, Upper Ground, Christ Church, Southwark, London 1777 Halfway House, St. George's Fields, London 1800 Northumberland Arms, Holland Street, Blackfriars Road, London 1804 Running Horse, Blackfriars Road, London 1809

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    vet cile metail is givets hr goveritnent HALt-WAY licoS AT iKE.NSIxN( t.y.-The demolition ofI the ;ivell-ktnwtt t;tvert. called the Halfway House, abut- tit, to it the mnais road to Ktensington, has beens coin- titeticed. Tht remtoval will do atay e Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    India, whose transactions he translated into all the vernacular languages. The first number of the Grosvenor opens with " Halfway House," which is scarcely developed enough to enable an opinion to be formed. Mr. O'Shea contributes one of his bloodthirsty Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    11).-This day, December 4, lianSlaagel te- Crucorner ; Wednesday, 6, Hunt Dinner, Abergavencay Thur dav, 7, Clyiha; Friday, 8, Halfway House, Talcoyed. U"TOULEY (at 11).-This day, December 4, Hardwick Villag or Wednesday, 6, Lilbourne; Friday, 8, FoX Hall; Saturdayy 9 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a burglary on the night of the 30th LNovember, 1853, at the dwael lltg-house of John Powell, near the Halfway House, Bentley. and stealing several pieces of cGtton print and other articles of dra- pery; and he was further committed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    men, repre- senting themselves to be operatives from Chorley, and out of work, called in the evening at the Halfway House, at Marton, where several customers made a subscriptiou for them. Thomas Butcher, a gasekeeper on the Clifton estate, touched Subscribers-only content

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