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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Soham Charities for the poor

    was still dug in the 1830s for fodder. 97 That land was subsequently reckoned a charity, styled the 'Poor's Hundred Acres '. From c . 1869 the land was let as allotments; the rents, doubled between then and 1878 to

    List of illustrations

    1667 Hundred Acres was to pass after the death of his wife Constance first to his sister Mary Davies for two years and then was to be sold for the benefit of his four nieces. 78 Hundred Acres was acquired

    The borough of Lymington Index Map to the Liberty of Lymington

    manor of Old Lymington and without the limits of the borough which was contained in 'the Hundred Acres .' Within this ' Hundred Acres ' was the Barfield , commonable land, on which the lord of Buckland had the right

    Horningsea Horningsea c. 1800

    road running north-eastwards from Clayhithe to Northfields , later known as Hartridge lane, was used as a droveway. 91 Hundred Acres lane ran south-eastwards from the mid-po int of Horningsea road towards Teversham . Biggin Road , a medieval route,

    Enfield Public services

    1871 and a 9-acre cemetery at the top of Brigadier Hill was opened in 1872 on part of the Hundred Acres belonging to the parish. 91 The cemetery was enlarged by 3 a. in 1897 . 92 Enfield crematorium, Great

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as a General Guide in Choosing, Forming, or Improving an Estate, from a Quarter of an Acre to a Hundred Acres in extent. By EDWARD KEMP. Price 12&. illustrated with numerous Plans, Sections and Sketeheasof Gardedsoad General Objeote. Mr Xemp's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Esq. OnricEs.-21 Great George street, Westminster, S.W. ABRIDGED PROSPECTUS. This Company is formed for the purpose of purchasing One Hundred Acres of Freehold Land, and adapting it to Building purposes. The Property adjoins the Western part of the Town of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    27', Gireat George Street, Westminster, S.W. ABRIDGED PROSPEOTUS. r]PHIS Company is formed for tlko purpolie oEf ur chasing One Hundred Acres of FRa.RuCoaD Lhros, and adapt- fgr It to BuDildi g purposes. The Property ad joins the Western parc of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ELIGIBLE FREEHOLD ESTATE, Known as the 'MIDDLETON IT%.eLL ESTATE," InI the parishes of King's Norton and Northfield. containing Two Hundred Acres. It is Intended todiaLde tho E54ate into smLuall parus. Applications to participaite in the Allotment can be mleu Daily, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ELIGIBLE FREEE1OLD ESTATE, Known as the "MIDDnLETON EH.LL ESTATE," In tire Parishes of King's Norton rind Northfield, containing Two Hundred Acres. Itis intend~edto diviade the state into sral lFarms. Applications to participate in the A.ll0otment can be made Daily, etwen Subscribers-only content


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