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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Wembdon Church

    in 1987 nos. 41 and 41A Wembdon Rise . 3 In 1903 the vicar personally bought the house called Hill Grove in Wembdon Hill , 4 and his successors received an allowance to cover the mortgage charge. 5 The house,

    Minster Lovell Economic history 71. Minster Lov ell parish c. 1840, showing approximate location of former open fields

    farms (85 a. combined), together with Bushy Ground (150-200 a.), Whitehall (250 a.), Hill Grove (300 a.), and Charterville farms (60 a.). Whitehall and Hill Grove were then farmed from outside the parish. Ringwood farm pursued mixed farming, employing 2

    Parishes Droxford

    Hill 11 are to be seen in the place-names Hill Place (the residence of Major Daubeney), Hillpound , and Hill Grove . MANORS The manor of DROXFORD , like its neighbour Bishop's Waltham , was one of the manors of

    Parishes Chobham

    The grant of Chobham to Sir George More and the later grants include land in Chobham called Langshott, Chabworth, Hill Grove , and Buttes, and a pond called Gratins Pond, also called Craches or Crathors Pond or the Greate Pond.

    Hitchin Priory church and charities

    also hold £50 consols. In 1743 Sarah Skynner Byde by deed conveyed to trustees 6 a. 2 r. in Hill Grove Field, the rents to be divided between these almshouses and the almshouses founded by Ralph Skynner . The land

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ei roddi heibio. Heblaw y ceanoedd oedd yn ymuno yn yr orymadaith, yr oedd dau dai yr heel o Hill Grove i lawr at y gladdia yn llawn o bobl, a phawb yn dldiwahaniaeth yn dangos y parch dyfnaf i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    remained i state of insensibility for more than an hour. Surgical ad Cwas procured, and they were conveyed to Hill Grove; Mtlr James O'Conneli EltOANS.'fecomite o Mnae T was considered in a dangerous state. 1DEeri1ITE SPAkNrstr EMIRANNTS. rhe Committee of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hi rpetdl om eeoeIow, on THTUTIS- DAY, April 11, at SIX eucloele pecily- a Vlerlyflrnsb PRO- IFOTY simtoinCAN?CN r HILL GROVE. BAI.SALL HIOAI3~ copriingSevn SallVILASthree of wbich are roofd i, td no ontheeveof cmpltio, ad the four adjoining Its,, t~~e Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FALLOlVS, TH:IS DASY (Thulrs- " day), at Sixr, .at his Propertv Salle Room2, Tcm,~Io PRolvn Uotuniohed LEASEHOLD PROPERTY, Cartoon Hill Grove, Heath Street, Balsall Heath (by order of the Mortgagees). Iss VALUTABAIE AND IMPORTTANT FREEHOLD BUILDING ESTATE, SMETH'FICK FREEHOLD BUILDING Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to Jane, second daughter of Mr. R. Walton, of Park Lane, Madeley, Salop. DIED. On the 11th inst., at Hill Grove, near Wells, after a short illness, Catherine, the beloved wife of J. W. Moss, Esq., M.D. On the 3rd Subscribers-only content

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