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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Pirbright

    Lord and Lady Pirbright as a memorial of the Diamond Jubilee , 1897. The same benefactors, then resident at Henley Park in Ash , presented a village hall and recreation ground in 1899 , completed in 1901 as a memorial

    Parishes Ash

    connexion with the camp have turned what were desolate heaths into a succession of straggling villages or even towns. Henley Park (q.v.) lies on the other side of the parish. It is one of the numerous parks formed in the

    Parishes South Weston

    solicitor, 85 who in 1853 sold the manor and other land to a relation J. W. Newell Birch of Henley Park . 86 After Birch 's death the property went to his nephew Henry Birch Reynardson (d. 1884), and his

    Parishes Adwell

    219 In the early 1860s it was stated that the church was 'much dilapidated' and J. Newell Birch of Henley Park gave £500 for its repair. The walls, however, were found to be too weak to be repaired and his

    Ancient earthworks

    Hale Plain in Asthall parish, west of Stockley Copse , 215 ft. circumference, 5 ft. high. Badgemore.-'The Mount' in Henley Park . Black Bourton .-About half a mile south of the village on the west of the Faringdon road ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ship Hornet. GELNERAL SIri G. ScovsLar, G.C.B., Colonel of the 4th Light Dragoons, died in his eighty-seventh year, at Henley Park, Gaildford, on the 17th inst. He entered the armylin 1798, served the campaign under Sir J. Moore, terminating with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    31, . Charles Street, Berkeley Siquare ; personalty over £:13,000.-Of Mr. James Bland, formerly of Liverpool, but late of Henley Park, l'Ienley-on-Thames: personalty up- wards of :E162,000.-Of Mr. Thomas Glo'er Kensit, for- merly of Skinners' Hall, Dowgate Hill, but late Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on the road to Farnham. On Tuesday the' horse was found in a distressed condition in a field at Henley Park, not far from Guildford, and it is suries1sI that the man, while riding across rough country, was thrown, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    camp, it came to the knowledge of the GeaildforI borough police that a fire had.- taken place at the Henley Park Farm, Cross Roads, in: the occupation of Mr. Flad gate, and, two valuable oat ricks were entirely consum d. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Theresa Countess of Shrewsbury, who had been on a visit to the Baron and Baroness Henry de Worms, at Henley Park, has left town for Staffordshire, and will thence proceed to Ayrshire. THE TaEALRas.-"The English Rose," the latest Adeiphi drama, Subscribers-only content

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