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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Sundon

    Badger 's Coome, Joan's Furlong , Catts Knapp , Bullington , in the eighteenth; 4 and Fern Hill Wood, Holt Wood , Leyhill Lince in the twentieth century. 5 Manors There is only one entry in the Domesday Survey concerning

    Parishes Chelsham

    house may have been built within a much more ancient inclosure, as was perhaps the case at Lagham. In Holt Wood , not half a mile distant in a straight line, opposite Ledgers Park, is a somewhat similar inclosure of

    Parishes Teffont Evias

    mixed farm. The 6 a. of woodland in 1086 on what became Teffont Evias manor 167 may have been Holt Wood , so called in 1413 . 168 The stream through the village may have marked the western boundary of

    Harting Parish Church of St Mary Harting

    Hen . VIII , xxi (1), 504 (1)) and they in 1548 had licence to grant Holt land and Holt Wood to Thomas Trygge: Cal. Pat . 1547-8 , p. 361. Star Chamber Proc . (Suss. Rec. Soc. xvi), 53,

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, A, 01 January 1676-31 December 1679

    1458. Agistment see New Forest. Ailesbury Earl of see Bruce Robert. Ailey , Richard, wine bond, 569. Ailshott [Alice Holt Wood, Hants. ] , 264. Ailwyn , Richard, law duty in Courts in Essex, 209. Aislaby see Aslaby. Alabaster ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and fiuel dividend Is. 9%~d. in the pound, payable September 3, at the Official Receiver's, Derby. ADJUDICATIONS. GEoROR Fr.sEqR, Holt Wood, Winboree Minster, treaiter. JossPia RouTsrs, Frog Strett, Teuby, grocer and baker. DAVID WoosaNA-IS, aS, William Street, Ystrad, Rhlondda, shoe. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . ..............:, .,.'8 .. 19 -Second Ditto .............. 0 3.9 Great Ditto ... IN .. , '11 2 2S Holt Wood ......1 ,.,. I0 -O Stockinug. ........... Wood Close,. .......... ........ , ;;9 b3 ; Small Bladk Rowr,' '03 52 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Blark Row . ............,.8 2 19 .n Second Ditto, ......... .0..... 9 M Grest Ditto ..2..... . 228 t Holt Wood ....... ........0....... I O28 Stocking .. ... ................. 8 1 5 a Woort Close ,,; 9 0°3 r Smell Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    S. PALMER, Nettlecombe, Doreetshire, out of business-T. THOMAS, Merthyr Tydvil, Glanoorganshire, founder arid labourer-J. TRUaiAN, Sneiuton, Nottinghamshire, lacemaker-H. NO~rFIOVEI, Holt Wood, Dorselshire. farmer-W. BAKES, Ledbury, Herefordshire, saddler- J. HILL, Whistooss, Worcestershirc, attoeney's clerk-E. SPICER, Margate, flymoter and omnibus proprietor-G. LAMBERT, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LOT 1. 'The Manor Houfe and Farm, in the Occupatioli of Mir. John Giles, with a Wood, called the Holt Wood, in Hand, - containing 74 'Acres, together with. the Manor, :Cottages, Quit'Rerntts Herriots, and all other Manorisl Rights belooging.-Land Subscribers-only content

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