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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

    The liberty of Portsmouth and Portsea Island Manors, churches and charities

    Gate in the middle of the last century . It was previously called the Halfway House , from an inn known as the Halfway House to Kingston . Within the last century this inn and a few scattered houses were

    Ealing and Brentford Growth of Ealing Ealing and Brentford : evolution of settlement 1822-1914

    , by 1759 the name of two inns, farther west. 92 One of the Old Hats was also called Halfway House by 1845 93 and the other in the 1880s was claimed to have existed for 300 years. 94 The

    Parishes South Weald SOUTH WEALD 1980

    Bell House and Haylands , both in Coxtie Green Road . Timber-framed dwellings of the later 18th century include Halfway House , Weald Road , and Little Oakhurst , Coxtie Green Road . Stone House , Brook Street , was

    Parishes Brentwood BRENTWOOD c. 1920

    183 In the later 18th century the fairs were held on three sites: for cattle in two fields near Halfway House , for horses at the west end of Brentwood , and for general wares in the town. At the

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