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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Landbeach Economic history

    marsh reeves to supervise the management of High Fen , 21 and field and fen reeves were regularly appointed from the 1580s to enforce the necessary drainage works. 22 About 1620 High Fen was occasionally subject to flooding, although sometimes

    Wisbech Manors

    newly constructed windmill. South-west, from the Horseshoe as far as Wryde in Thorney , stretched the great Heye or High Fen , common to the vills of Wisbech , Leverington , Newton , Tydd St. Giles , Elm , Outwell

    Wicken Manors

    up when again sold in 1899 . 85 When High Fen farm was sold in 1881 , it had been split into two farms, Padney , 244 a., and High Fen , 232 a.; the latter was owned by 1910

    Wicken Economic history

    squarish Arbistrall field (120 a.), corrupted by 1730 to Abbaster field 87 and renamed by 1830 after the adjoining High Fen , 88 lay to the south-west. South of Arbistrall field were two long, parallel fields, on the west Fodder

    Analysis of Hearth Tax Assessments, Isle of Ely 1662 Michaelmas

    the inhabitants of Parson Drove , who are listed separately in 1666 and 1674. Wisbech includes the inhabitants of High Fen , Murrow and Guyhirn , Tholomas Drove and Wisbech St. Mary , who are separately listed in 1666 .

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, F, 01 January 1681-31 December 1685

    ousekeeper of the Excise Office, 922, 924. Fens see Bedford Level, Bolingbroke Fen, East Fen, Flagg Fen, Great Level, High Fen, Lindsey's Fen, Monson's Level, North Fen, Thomas's Level, West Fen. Fenwick , Capt., shipmaster, 1287. -, John, traitor, 58.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    most dasirable opportrinity for the in- ~Lr r. vestment of capital, being moot eligibly sitmaste Iin tire cerAtre of High Fen ly Harrogate, and replete with every convenience for the accommodation stati r- of the first families resorting to this Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Charles Jobn;Dlgh-strcet' Ventnor-hweryetabbkeep dooealer'. Commeureja1-road, iSewport, ate earthenware and china WiddOwson James, Marn-strest and Regent-street, Kimberley, baker Bedford W.m High Fen, Warboys, farmer Yates Geo., fioward-strcet, lleadmg, late sheriffs officer Baker Joseph East-street, Fisherton, Salisbury, coal dealer irby Thee. zaknill Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sen.) Nook Estate, Irthington. 10 acres and residence . ........ , 9,000 (3hfs.rs. W~alton and Lee.) Donington.-T.o ottages, Qcadring High Fen. 13l0 13 acres freehojld arable land ..................... 5G0 Farm-hlouse and 31 acecs ........8.................. 0O0 (Miesrs. Cooley and S&Ti.) Grange-over-Sands.-77r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the occupation of Mr. E. W. Butterwick, at the low annual rental of £32. A Turf-firing Right on High Fen will be sold with this Lot. Lot 2. The BREWERY, a well-built Brick, Stone, and Tiled Building, Flour Mill, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Field. Lot 6. One other Acre of capital prime Arable Land, in High Fen Field. Lot 7. One other Acre of capita! prime Arable Land, in High Fen Field. . Lot 8. lhree Acres of capital prime Arable Land, in Subscribers-only content

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