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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Glastonbury Town

    six private schools in the borough, only one of which, at Hill Head for under fives begun the year before, was open to the attendance officer. The Hill Head school closed in 1886 . 142 In 1891 there were four

    Glastonbury Parish

    there were 14 poorhouses on the north side of Bere Lane known as Paupers' Row and six cottages at Hill Head ; they were sold in 1838 . 330 St. Benignus's parish had at least three houses which were let

    The liberty of Portsmouth and Portsea Island Introduction A Plan of Portsmouth 1762 .

    includes the whole coast-line from the limits of the port of Arundel at Bosham Creek westwards as far as Hill Head , the limit of Southampton port. 297 It is as a naval station rather than a trading centre that

    Parishes Titchfield Titchfield Church

    is the residence of Mr. W. Sarton . Curbridge is a tiny hamlet in the north of the parish. Hill Head consisted, till lately, of a few cottages and fishermen's sheds at Titchfield Haven , but is now developing into

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    Lane, 16 n , 40 Gryce Lane, 16 High St , 5, 7, 16-19, 32, 34, 37-8, 41-2, 56-7 Hill Head , 18, 24-5, 40, 57 King St , 19 Lambrook St, 7, 16, 42-3 Laundry Lane, 16 Madelode St,

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

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    TRANS.CP.1810/2

    : ecclesiastical parish Location: Crosby Upon Eden (Cumberland) Place(s): Low Crosby (Low Crosby) : undefined Location: Kirklinton (Cumberland) Place(s): Hill Head (Hillhead) : undefined Location: Wigton (Cumberland) Place(s): Wigton (Wigton) : ecclesiastical parish Location: London (London) : undefined Location: Kirkland

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    S5 (ARRIAGE (euperior Invalid), spider wheels. 00(1 but little Used. CJ Cost£1, a.;i reasonablo. offer taken-ApplY at 191, Chnrch Hill Head, Handstworth. o2130_ LANDAU (ligst), London built: In slni otlinet Half origiual coct.-Sabell, Peeshore Street, Ilirmsiegham. c32i? 1IffLVI.RN Dogcarb; good Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    family threeg BSm~ost comfortable situation.-Ccntral Registry, 90, Now Sir"Lt C'OACHMAIN-GARDENRII and Wife as Cook, Wanted, without ehildren.-Appldy, Rose) Villa, Hill Head, Hanidsworth, Thy C fMt,'A2ION (useful end domestIcated) Wanted. about 10, to .C.Wead upon Elderly Lady-Atter 1I. 189. 73nistol Road. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    great r~sBATO5.Fn Sale, by t-ricate treaty, or would lie Let on 3,ens, a atratie S amlly Residence in iticbrmond Hill Head. tentaimyarg diinga-nt deawing rooms, iibesry. very handrotna billardroo ~a~t~r, wth iosandcold waterla; all leadting from nubile catrance halfnSntdo r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    shown by the recent census. It appears that the present population of Glasgow, including the suburbs of 'Patrck, Coven, Hill Head, Paisley Road, &o., amounts to 446,395. In 18i1 the population of the same districts was 360,138, The increase therefore Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PHILLIPS, es 85k, Ham pLte Street. Mir- isroghers. in flice county of Warwvick, and of 1, Bieacon Terrace, 'hurch Hill Head, Handswortb, in the county of Stafford, Jeweller, 'he Creditors of lbs abo~vena--ned Thomas Philhips who have not irey proved Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    -, master William (cousin of Sir Thomas), master of St. Thomas' hospital, 73, 76, 133, 158. Hill Downe [? Hill Head in Westleigh ] , Devon, 162. Hillesley , Hyllesley, John son of Thomas, yeoman, of Hildersley, 832. -, Thomas, Subscribers-only content

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