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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The hundred of Aldwick Introduction

    mayor and corporation of Chichester . 9 'The Hundred House of Aldwick was in the present Barrack Lane, the site now occupied by Grange Farm Lodge . In 1617 the Hundred House was reported to be in ruinous condition.' 10

    The hundred of Doddingtree Introduction

    , 16 probably near the spot where the Hundred House Hotel now stands, at the junction of the roads from Tenbury and Cleobury Mortimer to Worcester . The ' Hundred House of Dodyntre' was described in 1697 as 'the Dwelling

    Parishes Areley Kings

    also watered by Burnthorn Brook, a tributary of the Severn . It is intersected by the road from the Hundred House to Stourport, which, running north-east across the parish, crosses the Severn by a bridge at Stourport. A road from

    Parishes Stockton on Teme

    chief crops grown are beans, fruit and hops. The village is situated on the road from Tenbury to the Hundred House , and on another branching south from it. It consists mostly of 18th-century and modern brick cottages at the

    Parishes Astley

    cent.); Estle, Astleye, Astele (xiii cent.). The road from the Hundred House to Stourport forms part of the northern boundary of this picturesque parish, and a road from Stourport to Worcester passes from north to south through it. Its eastern

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    introduction of this system, and the existing laws of bas- tardy ?-"' I requested the Governor of a neighbouring Hundred House to furnish me with the number of children born within a certain period, distinguishing the legitimate from the illegitimate. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    melancholy event occurred nearr the Hundred House, about midway between Worcester and Tenbury, ort Thursday week. Mr Prosser, a respectable surveyor and architect, of Worcester, was returning to his home in a gig, accompanied by his wife- and another female. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lechmnere, the Comser. vative members for West Worcestershire, addressed theje constituents, last evening, at the Hundred House, Witley. There was a large and influential attendance. Captain Cookes presided.-Colonel Knight said lie bae been many years in Parliament, but had never Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    10.30).-Tues(day, November 14, Stottesdon;- Friday, 17, I eston. WlonssreH sraRS (at 11).-This day, November. 13, allotw Green; Wednesday, 15, Hundred House Friday, 17, Woodeote Wa'ras, S.s Wrl. 'W. (at 10.30).-This day, Nsveteber 13, Weal Felton; WSednesday, 1S, Perk Saddle 'Bridge; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    November 16, Hilmortcn Village; Friday, 17, Hockley House. WHEArLAN.'D (ati.0.30).-Friday, November 17, Weiton.- WocEseTYRsHaIR (at 11).-This day, November 16, Hundred House; Friday, 17, Woodcote Green. WYNN's9 SIR W. W. (it 10.30).-This day, Novcrnber 15, Pe'r Saddle Bridge; Thursday, 16, Broughton; Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Monday 5th November 1832

    us now. The Lady Jenkinsons ' carriages have passed us now. At a little past 1 we arrived at Hundred House and we were received there by Mr.Foley and his two sisters, the Misses Cecilia and Geraldine Foley. We lunched

    Monday 5th November 1832

    us now. The Lady Jenkinsons ' carriages have passed us now. At a little past 1 we arrived at Hundred House and we were received there by Mr.Foley and his two sisters, the Misses Cecilia and Geraldine Foley. We lunched

 

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