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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Swaffham Bulbeck The Swaffhams: Settlements and Open Fields c. 1790

    ha.). 36 The soil rests in the south-east upon the Lower and Middle Chalk, overlaid with gravel near Upper Hare Park . In the fen, gault is mostly overlaid with river gravels, which in turn are largely covered by peat.

    Swaffham Bulbeck Manors

    estate. 54 Probably after quitting Lower Hare Park in Dullingham c . 1825, 55 the earl was said c . 1850 to hav e built in Swaffham a substantial mansion, called Upper Hare Park , where his elderly cousin Gen.

    Parishes Burrough Green

    17th century Sir John Cage claimed he had suffered great loss by some of his heath being taken into Hare Park at Newmarket by the king; he had to hire pasture 20 miles away, and could keep only two instead

    Swaffham Bulbeck Economic history

    two of the small fen farms and only one of the larger ones were worked by their owners. The Hare Park estate, in its owner's hands, was run through a bailiff into the 1920s . 19 Later in the 20th

    Parishes Dullingham Par ishes in Radfield hundred in the late 18th century

    houses in bright red brick near the main cross-roads. The largest house away from the village was at Lower Hare Park , on the heathland between the Cambridge and London roads. Shortly before 1800 a training groom put up the

  • * British History Online * *

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    Entry Book, June 1683, 11-20, 01 June 1683-30 June 1683

    called the Mill Dam; the parcels of meadow and pasture called Here Hill, Werelett, Greenhill, Worthwick, Mare Meadow and Hare Park; the ten acres of arable land near Gleaston Castle; the herbage and pasture upon le Quarrels; the park called

    Entry Book, July 1682, 21-29, 01 July 1682-31 July 1682

    meadow called the Mill Damm, the parcel of ground called the Herehill, Morelett or Warelett, Greenhill, Northwick, Mare-Meadow and Hare Park, those 10 acres of land lying near the Castle of Gleaston, co. Lancs, the herbage or pasture upon the

    Cases before the Committee, July 1650, 01 July 1650-31 July 1650

    payment of the other 1/2, and sequestration suspended. 12 428 429 20 May. Order on hearing Major Mercer concerning Hare Park upon Newmarket, co. Cambridge, that the County Committee certify why they let the said park as belonging to Sir Subscribers-only content

    Index, H, 01 August 1714-31 December 1715

    116; fee of, 108, 659. -, Tim, sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis and St. Christopher, 472, 473. Hare Park , co. Lancaster, 462. Harell , Charles, executor of Christian, payment to, 700 1. -, Christian, Physician in Ordinary

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Chantilly, has resolved to leave France, and he is about to settle at Newmarket, where he has taken Upper Hare Park from Mr. Wilkinson for a term of yeas By the death of Mr. Charles Searle, which occurred a few Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Plate (New T.Y.C.), MissEriu or Miss BEsucaHlir; Plate of 100 SoVS, GLass SLrPre'ure Newcastle Stakes, CAsrs.2srocs or Mirs.- seLLE; Hare Park Handicap, ST. HELEa; Chesterfield Stakes 1 itrvnss or. MzxoIB, ; liidsuminer Plate, PIONEER; Private 3Post Sweepstakes, LORD DUDLnYv's aEPIessNlTrIvn; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    again present, and the attendance all round compared favourably with the two preceding days. Racing was. resumed with the Hare Park Handicap, for which in a field of eight runners St. Helen settled down a good favourite from Caerlaverock, Heloise, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Commission on Education, in the place of Fi[r. Molloy, M.P., resigned. On dtt that C. Wood has bought Upper Hare Park, the property of Mr. 1. Wilkisson, the price being about £620,000.-Sporting Life. Several emigrants who left Sutton-in-Ashfield in 188T Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    g-o to FX.ANE or GO'xae-OR 'WALLEa, and I the July Handicap to FLL-LEPToXt or GALLOPING- QUEEN. On Thursday, the Hare Park Handicap may fall to GEavAs or Osziox ; and on Friday, the Suf- folk Handicap may be assigned to Subscribers-only content

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