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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The Heath

    owned and occupied the Heath House estate ( c . 200 a.) 3 and rented the former park (118 a.) and another farm (92 a.), had 300-500 sheep. 4 The former dairy at Heath House contains a 19th-century cheese press.

    Parishes Petersfield

    seised of the farm of Heath House 80 and lands called 'The Est Chalverishe,' parcel of the grange of Heath House . 81 At the dissolution Henry VIII granted the messuage called Heath House to Sir William FitzWilliam in tail

    Hampstead North End, Littleworth , and Spaniards End

    called the Heath or Heath House . 25 Another cottage built before 1738, the most northerly of the Littleworth group, was enlarged, probably by Lewis Allen after 1749. 26 By 1762 Littleworth consisted of Heath House on the east side

    Beckbury

    present village, amid open fields. About 1 km. north-east of the village was the freehold property eventually known as Heath House , on the edge of a broad expanse of heath running down the eastern side of the parish. In

    Alstonefield Heathylee HEATHYLEE 1994 HOLLINSCLOUGH 1994

    place-name 'shaw' means a copse, and its use suggests late-medieval settlement in a wooded landscape. 92 The site of Heath House on the Longnor road east of Hardings Booth was occupied by 1406 . 93 Waterhouse Farm at the township's

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Sir Hugh Smyth, Bart., and nephew of John Smyth, commonly called Sir John Smyth, of Ashton Court, and Heath House, Stapleton." The notices require payment of rents fox the last six years. The estates claimed are valued at from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    M. Bart. ..P.... ... ... 10 10 0 Paynter, Joln, EBq. 5 0 0 Phillips, Mrs J. B. the Heath House, Staf- fordnaire. 5 0 0 Peek, W. Esq. ...5 o 0 Pix, Thes. Smith, Eq. Uyde... ... ...05 Prentice, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a moment he suspected his trainer of playing any tricks with his horses they would not remain in the Heath House stable another five minutes. Cruel as is the disappointment which Charibert's success has inflicted upon many ardent punters, they Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    baby. Good seantstregse.-,ApY~, Wtro tet ii ~rJc. ".F4LWatd aged about 18; must haeeuri ones and a l'~ ood obarcactler-APPly, Heath House, Heath ~Harborno, I after 2o'eloel. L :I -1 387 ~ ~URSE.Wanted linmdetely for Edbs.wage 1-Ms Tn lb. Tpht, EdgbastengReii~y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Surve~os - 8, Colmore Rw, Blirming amg5, Pt ro 0o CATTELL Road, Coventry Rosad-To Lot, wit imeit p00:ji, "ion, Heath House; newly ane n aee hogot anl l ive bed rooms., two receptionrom;gde;atwynrnc. ; ~.Rent £22. Keys next dloor.-Aplr,1,Hg tet Subscribers-only content

 

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