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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Editorial note

    a manor seems to have ceased. At the present day there is a little copse known as Dame Sayers Hill Wood in the Lynch . The site of Dame Sayers manor-house is not known, but it seems not improbable it

    Hendon Other estates

    near the Hyde . Farther north former demesne lands were held in 1828 by R. Jennings , of Hyvers Hill Wood farm, and the philanthropist William Wilberforce , who bought Hendon Park and the surrounding estate of 122 a. in

    Parishes Chessington

    were held on a lease granted by the prior to John Garroway ; 43 also a wood called Gosborough Hill Wood , leased in 1537 to William Saunders , with liberty to fell the timber, on condition of leaving thirty

    Parishes Eastham

    a good original staircase with a moulded handrail and slender balusters of three different patterns, grooved, twisted, and turned. Hill Wood Farm is an interesting late 16th-century house of stone and brick, very pleasantly situated on high ground about three-quarters

    Romano-British remains Coins

    noticed it. My brother, walking over, had his attention drawn to it. This was on the Assarts Farm adjoining Hill Wood .' [Letter from George Busby , of Kiddington , to Percy Manning , 4.iv. 1899 ; Manning MSS. in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Speclai Baleen the usual termes. 226 d 1 TioMarkeiGsardeuere id Othei .-Sale at Derby Plae, near The Sprendini Tree, Hill Wood. Sutten Coldfeld. - - A o R., AV.,rOL IS will Sell by -Auction, on THUERS - M.IIDAYNEXT, leegltbnanatityofthbeverybeetvairites _ Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    citizens generally. Several little boys. The route taken was througli aline, C:tlhmarine, Mill, Hlamiltont and Clinton Streets to College Hill Wood, where a slagielg was erected aid bemckes rigged ill the midst of a semall forest. The islai crowd soon Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in our columns on Mon. lay, a dreadful accident occurred at Farze Hill Wood b Mine, about half a mile from Horrabridgo station of the Plymouth and Taviatock Railway, on lands chiefly belong- g ing to Sir Massey Lopes, Bart., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sutton Coldaeld; containing cl- Perlour, Sitting Rooin, and two Sleeping Roums.-For partiso- lure, enq uire of Mr. Taylor, Farmer, Hill Wood, Sutton Coldldeld,[c1092 f' OUNTRY APARTMENTS to be LET. in a detached Cottage, J withrihlarge Car'leii, Stalulieg, and near Moseley, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Satton Coldmold; containing A Parlour, Sitting Room and two Sleeping RGocms.a-or particu. lars, etnquire of Mr. Taylor, Farmer, Hill Wood. Sutton Celifteld [cl092 CiOUNTRY APART.MENTS to he LEiT, in a datnobeod Cottage, 'st with large OJsirlier, Stabling, and near Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, H, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    vicar of St. Clement's, Sandwich, g. 289 (2). Hill Moreton (Hylt Moreton), Warw., 1803 (2 m. 4): p. 1512. Hill Wood (Hilwode), Warw. and Staff., g. 1494 (24). Hilmer , Wm., 20 (p. 13). Hilton , Staff., 438 (4 m.

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