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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Staines Manors

    . 17 The manor-house, however, which was called Knowle Farm or Knowle Green House in 1720 and 1753, seems to be identifiable with the house at Knowle Green which has since the mid-19th century been called the Manor House .

    Staines Economic and social history

    fields remained open until 1845. By that date, apart from 28 acres north of the town, a fragment near Knowle Green , and the land lying in Ashford Field, the open-field land was divided into three adjoining fields covering respectively

    Staines Introduction

    of the old manorial buildings. 6 The hamlets of Knowle Green and Birch Green are not mentioned in the 15th-century rentals, 7 but the Town, Church End , and Knowle Green formed the three divisions of the parish in the

    Index K-Z

    ferry, fishing, glebe, Grovebarns man., Hengrove , Hounslow Heath , Hythe , ind., inns, Knowle Fm ., Knowle Green , Knowle Green Ho ., Lit. & Scientific Inst., loc. gov., mans, n , n , see above , Grovebarns man.,

  • * British History Online *

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    Parishes (East Ward), St Cuthbert, Dufton

    him with the interest of 40; and by Michael Todd with 4 a year payable out of lands at Knowle Green in the parish of Staines in Middlesex. Conveyance by Sir Richard Tufton, bart. of Hothfield Place, co. Kent to

    Entry Book, June 1674, 01 June 1674-30 June 1674

    l . to John Singleton, gent., in satisfaction of his interest in a reversionary lease of two coppices called Knowle Green and Fann Grove within the manor of Egham and Chertsey : the King thinking fit to take the premises

    Index, K, 01 December 1672-31 December 1675

    (Knifton), Sir Thomas (uncle to the Earl of Plymouth), pension, 280, 309,326, 338, 339, 342, 657, 745, 806, 837. Knowle Green coppice (Egham), 546. Knollys (Knollis, Knolls), Francis, trustee for the Earl of Strafford's pension, 30, 74. -, John, waiter,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Harriet Bourke, late of Hampton Court Palace; personalty, £15,OO.-Of SIr. Bartholomew Samuel Rowley Adam, late of the Manor House, Knowle Green,, Staines; per. eonalty, £57,000.-Of Mstiss Ann Clowes, late of 67, Oxford Terrace, Hyde Park; personalty, £42,000. The testatrix beqiueaths Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Christian Mission and holds what he calls Christian Union services in Brixton Hall, Long Acre. Eis private address is3 Knowle Green Priory, Staines. Ile touts simply on behalf of the 'Sustentation Funds' of his mission, and the tout- ing is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LANCASHIRE DISTRESS. THE CENTRAL RELIEF FUND. do r ~~~(FRom our Cor-re8ponclnt.) ins A moeting of the Central Executive Commnittee abs 5 was held yesterday afternoon, in the Manchiester Town-hall Mi k There were present the Earl df DEnBY (in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    this jnirnal. Their many friends sym- pathise deeply with them in their bereavement. The funeral will take place at Knowle Green, near Longridge, to-morrow, at noon. Mus. ARMLANDA SMaITH IN BErveT.-Mrs Armanda Smith Is to conduct the services in Ormean Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I COMMERCIAL AND MABKETS. I Mnt to PRODUCI. -of j MIhCIIING-LANE. AUIGUST 30. he SUGAR. -This market has again opened with a very heavy ud appearance, and the prices for good, current qualities have )r scarcely been sustained; inferior Subscribers-only content

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