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You searched for: Place: "Hare Warren", Date from: 1700-01-01, Date to: 1799-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Spelthorne Hundred Hampton Court Palace : parks Hampton Court Palace : The Lion Gates

    wall about 2,000 acres as a park for his house. 79 Henry VIII had a large rabbit or hare warren in the park, where he also reared pheasants and partridges. 80 This domain was then as now divided into two

    Sport, ancient and modern Introduction

    be well stocked with deer and other game, and subdivided Bushey Park by brick walls into three equal divisions-the Hare Warren on the east, the Upper Park on the west, and the Middle Park between them-and the Home Park into

    Forestry

    Hampton Court Course, which were distinct from the part now known as Bushey Park , then divided into the Hare Warren , the Middle Park and Bushey Park . The grounds and parks were much appreciated by Oliver Cromwell .

    Roads Turnpike roads

    the Avon and Wylye valleys. Also at this time a trust was formed for the old Salisbury-Shaftesbury road over Hare Warren in Wilton and past Chiselbury Camp (44). The route followed the old ridgeway known as the Herepath. Petitions for

    Parishes Broad Chalke

    which Salisbury races were run extended from the downs north of Broad Chalke village to the wood called the Hare Warren in Wilton . 77 A brass band flourished in the village before the First World War. 78 Knighton tithing,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lage of Cheam to Ewell. Lot 3. A Meadow of about nine acres, oa tbe romi ■__„ to the Hare Warren, and not far distant from Lo*. i Lot 4. An Inclosure of rich Arable Land, ia **&■-, , Cheam, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Cheam te Ewell. Lot 3. A Meadow of about nine acres, on the road leadin ' to the Hare Warren, and not far distant from Lot 2. Let 4. An Inclosure of rich Arable Land, in the parish of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tuesday, Monachty ; Friday, the V\ ilk s He-d Llandyssul, 10. Vine- Monday, the Kennels, Thursday, West Hea'.l day, Hare Warren, 10.i5. Warwickshire - Monday, I»x!ey Village; Tuesday, 11:-.. '•■ Friday, burton Dassett Toil-bar, 10.45. W a wickshire. North- Monday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wheatland- Tuesday, Westwood Fingerpost • Friday Weston Toll-bar, 10.3 ft 7 * Wilt?, South- Monday, Martin Wood ; Wednesday, Hare Warren, Wilton ; Friday, Boyton, 11. Worcestershire- Mondaj, Himbleton ; Tuesday, Old Hills Thursday, Croome ; Friday, Broad Green, 10.45. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Saturday, Kempsford House, 10.45. Vale of Ayron- Tuesday, Llaulear ; Friday, Derry Ormond _ Pillar, 10 30. Vine- Tuesday, Hare Warren ; Friday, Kings-clere, 10.45. Warwickshire- Monday, Goldicote House ; Tuesday, Wes- ten House ; Thursday, Lower Shuckburgh ; Friday, Subscribers-only content

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