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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Blenheim Introduction

    on rising ground to the north is High Park , which reaches c . 380 ft. (116 m.) near High Lodge and is divided from Great Park on the north by a steep dry valley, penetrated at its south-eastern end

    Blenheim The King's houses

    Combe to tap springs on the high ground on the west side of the park, perhaps near the present High Lodge . 8 The section of conduit raised on piers presumably crossed Combe Bottom . In 1539 repairs to the

    Blenheim Park to 1705 Woodstock Park c. 1630

    . Walks named after individual keepers in the 16th and 17th centuries 25 probably referred to the above divisions; New Lodge walk, mentioned in the 1580s , 26 was probably Gorrel riding south. The principal lodge was High Lodge

    Blenheim Park from 1705 Blenheim Park c. 1730 Blenheim Park c. 1870

    estate only High Lodge is known to have been altered in the early years: although largely rebuilt in the later 17th century, it was heavily renovated in 1706 and a new wing added; the Marlboroughs used High Lodge until the

    Bladon Economic history

    hands. 98 There were still two brickmakers in Hensington in 1851 , and in the 1850s clay from near High Lodge in Blenheim Park was used for bricks and tiles. 99 The Forest Marble in Bladon and Hensington has been

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

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    (Tom-Riddinge, Tom Ridding) : fieldname New Close (Newclose, New Close) : fieldname Whinny Laund (Whinny Laund) : fieldname High Lodge(High Lodge) : fieldname Horne Ing (Horneing) : fieldname Location: York : city Place(s): YorkYork Minster (ecclesia et metropolita cathedralis

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    last more than a quarter of an hour. e The death is announced of Mr. Richard Wright, at a High Lodge, Richmond, who was well known througb. i out the country as a breeder of thorough-bred hocse He was eighty-five Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    £10,546,641, expenditure I £11,424,386, and balances £4,375,498. WE announce to-day, with regret, the death of Mir. Richard Wright, of High Lodge, Richmond. which took place at his residence yesterday morning, at fhe age of 85 years. He wVas well known Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    had to make roundabout journeys to reach the o town. On the raoeconrse, between toe distance post and 5 High Lodge Stud the wafter was like a lake. It is feared v that greed damage will have been done to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    d.month. ' a - _______ _ p e CHRISTMAS AND THE POOR. a a Mr. -Rihard Wright, of the High Lodge Stud,S Richmond, yesterday distributed among a number of the L ,Vmg poor of the town half a stone of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a well-bred sire, Mr. M Duke Baines, of Richrmond, I has suffered a serious luss. When scampering about the High Lodge Paddocks in his youthful days, the lates Mr. R. Wright entertained a very high opinion of the colt, and Subscribers-only content

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