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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Houghton Conquest

    belonging to a modern farm are several half-timber and brick barns with tile roofs. The surrounding estate known as Houghton Park or Dame Ellensbury Park was granted by James I to Mary Countess of Pembroke -'Sidney's sister, Pembroke 's mother'-to

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    strictly honest.-Address, 660, Daily Pert. o4071 - lOINN (strong, young) Wanted, used to Laundry Work;' 'V most be goost-Mra. Houghton Park HI1 Road. Hiar- borne. 03676 YOTH OC1 respectable) Wanted, to Clean Klnives and Boots. and mate himself useful in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    twelve. At the COUNCTL HALL, SHEmF-MD. (Before Mr. Commlsoner AYnro.N.) FRIDAY, April 21L-Robert Small, Retford, butcher, W. Her s, Houghton Park. farmer, &n. ;-both last examination and order of diecharge-at twelve. (Before Mr. Begistrar BTEPfXN,) FnRmwY, April 2L-Francis W. Tias. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thomai Leake, Maltby. farmer, first meeting: WMllIam Bishop, Sheffleld. coal dealer, first meeting Chance Gladleb, South Retford corn miller,irst meeting; Abrlaam Ibboteon. Shoefield, licenaed victualler, audit; Robert Small, Retford,' butcher, audit; William Heardy, Houghton Park, farmer, audit; alt at twelve. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I asked him what the first notice was for, and he said, "NW hy, you have a house at Houghton Park. There has been so much money spent upon it, and it is not ocoupied. We cannot allow the house Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -6 1a market vere being hel4 at Newbald. A detour to the westward, end through the grand woode of Houghton Park brings us to Elought;onHll II, the seest of the Langdales, relatives of Lord Stourton. Here is a neat Roman Subscribers-only content

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