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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The city of Cambridge Crosses

    medieval times, some of them marking town bounds. Hamond's map shows the High Cross , or Stone Cross, at the point where the boundary of Cambridge and Chesterton crossed the Huntingdon Road , and therefore approximately where, according to Custance's

    Albourne Albourne and Woodmancote c. 1875

    65 The road from High Cross in the north-west to Sayers Common in Hurstpierpoint existed by 1681 , 66 and that from High Cross to Albourne Green by 1724 . The place name High Cross was recorded in 1724 ,

    Woodmancote

    it was only a track. A branch road led north from Blackstone towards High Cross in Albourne . 12 Blackstone bridge, between Blackstone and High Cross , 13 was mentioned from 1288. 14 A road from Woodmancote Place northwards to

    Local government and public services Municipal buildings

    and in 1995 possessed a fine collection dating from the late 17th century to the 20th. 75 High Cross Crosses The High Cross, a focal point of the city markets and set up by the later 14th century, stood next

    The City of Leicester Social and economic history, 1066-1509

    in a deed of 1300. 106 It was situated on the west side of the High Street between the High Cross and t he West Gate . In the list of shop rents, 1376, the names of thirteen shoemakers are

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, E

    1509 (3). -, -, copy of bills set upon, 977 (5), 1017, 1922. -, the Tron, 977 (1). -, High Cross of, 1620. -, Parliament at, 1862, 1921, 2431, 2444. Edmond , Robert, alias Edmund Roberts, letter from, 2069. -,

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 274, March 1600, 01 March 1600-31 March 1600

    Chester, Sir W. Brereton, Sir Hen. Dockwray, J. Wilbrum, and Hugh Beeston. Geo. Chapman of Berkshire, coming near the High Cross, and look ing upon the gibbet lately erected there, said it was too weak to hang up 500 men, Subscribers-only content

    Wills, 14 Henry VI (1435-6)

    or parish of Staundon, co. Herts, his lands and meadows near Wadismyln, co. Herts, his manor called "Marshall" at High Cross, co. Herts, and his place called "Sotes" in the parish of Staundon aforesaid, to hold to the said Johanna

    Ministers' Accounts, 1542-3

    in tenure of Sadler. John Wrynche, a quarter burgage. In the street called "Seynt Marie's streete," extending from the High Cross on the east side as far as the South Gate of the said town . The heirs of Massy,

    Patent Rolls, Introduction

    The Patent of 1575 is another grant of Church lands at Cardiff and elsewhere. Note its mention of the High Cross, a structure of stone with a roof, which stood on the highest ground in High Street. In 1576 we

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 8 Cornhil Ward. Kygnstons Chantry.

    the Mass of the two said Chaplains. To find one Lamp perpetually burning every Day and Night before the High Cross in the Church of S. Peters aforesaid. And to pay yearly to the Parish Clerk 2s. Sterling, to keep,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ATHERSTONX ROUNDS.-Ar Eleven. This day ...... Jan. 26 . Bosworth. Wednesday , s . Clifton. Friday .. 30 . High Cross. Saturday il... , . , ,,,,,,, Olhhihlry Iiall. THE CHESHIRE HOUNDS.-At a Qiarter to Eleers. This day . J Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Brown- hills Station cu the South Staifordshire Railway. FAR1IING STOCK. BY D. HOLLOWAY, TO-MORROW (Wednesday), JLat Ten o'clock, at High Cross Farm, Rowington-the valuable FARMING STOCK. TO WHOLESALE STATIONERS, MERCHINTS, FACTORS, COPYING & EMBOSSING PRESS XANUFACTURERS, AND OTHEiRS. t26 SHIPMAN'S Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    28 .,..,... Wroxton New Ian. THE ATHERSTONE HOUNDS-At A14es, Wednesday.. Feb. 24 ......, SecklnRton. Friday .. ,, 28 ...... High Cross. Eaturday... , 27 ..,.,,. Arley Village. WORESTRBTBHIBI HOUNDS-AtS hialf-pat 2!e. Wednesday.. eb:2 ....... BIshop's Wood. Uriday, ..... , , Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    D Itchinston. Thursday ... Cha3deIhunt, Friday .....i d a y....... Farnborough. THE ATHEBSTONE HOUNDS-At ERtis. Thisday.... Feb. 26 ... High Cross. Eaturday,.... ., 27 .. Arisy Village. WORCESTERSHIRE HOUNDS-At hatflas Ts1s. This day .... Feb. 26 ........ FeckenhLs Monday .... Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Spetchicy, and Dir. B, Fowler, cI Browton, Ayleslbury. Wi laio'1LEMENTSi,-Mr. J. J. PEfiley, Rowthorne, and Mr. P: John Teone, High Cross, Luttorworth, Ci Paor'UtoarN. ANDj DRAINcNiC.-Mr. R. H. Malsfon, ti l'ondeford, and Mr. It, H. Chapman, Upton. S TIEDsInNo All!) Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Phoenix Lodge of Honor and Prudence

    0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Notes (1): Dormant 1838-1847. Meeting Places Red Lion Hotel, Boscawen Street, Truro, Cornwall 1810 Private Room, 13 Pydar Street, Truro, Cornwall 1851 Masonic Rooms, High Cross, Truro, Cornwall 1859 Masonic Hall, Quay Street, Truro, Cornwall 1869

    Lodge of Fortitude

    Bridge Street, Truro, Cornwall 1840 Turk's Head, High Cross, Truro, Cornwall 1844 Eveleigh's Hope Inn, St. Clement Street, Truro, Cornwall 1848 Globe Inn, Francis Street, Truro, Cornwall 1852 Masonic Rooms, High Cross, Truro, Cornwall 1863 Masonic Hall, 11 Quay Street,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HOTOFT, Richard (d.c.1434), of Leics.

    The Hotoft family had been settled at Humberstone from before 1288 and had since then acquired property near the High Cross in Leicester (about two miles away) as well as land at Hathern and Shepshed in the north of the

    HOPKINS, John (d.1615), of Bristol.

    a triumphal reception. The citizens, it is recorded, lit ‘all their tallow candles and a great bonfire at the High Cross, very beautiful to behold’. Meanwhile, under cover of these celebrations, much of the loot was secretly unloaded.[footnote]Hopkins was also

    ARCHER THOMAS, (1619-85), of Umberslade, Tanworth, Warws.

    1 Feb. 1684 to ‘give an account of a paper in the nature of a challenge affixed to the High Cross in Warwick’, and was ordered to give such public satisfaction to the deputy lieutenants and militia officers whom he

    BONVILLE, Sir William I (c.1332-1408), of Shute, Devon.

    founded in Henry III’s reign, and it was naturally there that Sir William wished to be buried, before the High Cross in the monastic church. He left £40 to the abbey, and another £40 was assigned to the rebuilding of

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.G.2527

    is meant. Participant: William Smith [Smithe] Role: witness Details: male Participant: John Laycock [Laycoke] Role: witness Details: male Location: High Cross (High Crosse) : undefined Cannot identify - spelling modernised. Location: Gallyng Heade (Gallyng Heade) : undefined Cannot identify Location:

    CP.G.576A

    diocese Location: Kilnwick (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Kilnwick (Kylwyke) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Keighley (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Laycock (Laicoke) : township Location: High Cross (Hie Crosse, Highe Crose) : undefined Cannot identify; spelling modernised. Location: Colling Head (Collinge Heade, Collinge Hede) : undefined

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Notes on Bristol High Cross., 1863

    OL HIGH CROSS , and also that from the old Markett, near Law- ford ' s Gate; and both being made one, were kept where now it is, and a /aire Cross there built, viz. the High Cross , which Subscribers-only content

    Notes on Bristol High Cross., 1863

    HIGH CROSS . 19 Chaste and elegant as this building un¬ doubtedly is, developing in its fine proportions an architectural beauty, which was in vain to be sought for in the spurious taste with which successive ages adorned the former Subscribers-only content

    Copy of Her Majesty's Commission of Lieutenancy of the City of London, and list of Lieutenants, with their places of residence, 1881

    esq, 10, Talbot-square, Hyde park Trego, William Henry Beane , esq. The Brokes , Reigate Thornton , Robert, esq High Cross , Framfield , Sussex Truscott , George Wyatt , esq. 5, Park-crescent , Portland - place, W. Tritton , Subscribers-only content

    Notes on Bristol High Cross., 1863

    OL HIGH CROSS , and also that from the old Markett, near Law- ford ' s Gate; and both being made one, were kept where now it is, and a /aire Cross there built, viz. the High Cross , which Subscribers-only content

    Notes on Bristol High Cross., 1863

    HIGH CROSS . 19 Chaste and elegant as this building un¬ doubtedly is, developing in its fine proportions an architectural beauty, which was in vain to be sought for in the spurious taste with which successive ages adorned the former Subscribers-only content

 

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