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You searched for: Place: "Knowle Grove"

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  • * British History Online *

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    Entry Book, Miscellaneous, 1670-6, 01 January 1670-31 December 1676

    his Majesty's deer in Windsor Forest) of certain coppices of underwood in the parish and manor of Chertsey called Knowle Grove, and Fan Grove, of which said Singleton took a lease in May, 1667, from the Queen Mother. (Loose pages

    Index, K, 08 March 1707-31 December 1707

    -, Robert, grocer, petition; ci. 59. Knightsbridge , as to the Master of the Rolls' house at; xcii. 115. Knowle Grove , in parish of Egham, taxes for; lxxxv. 117. Knox , Mr. or Thomas, surveyor general of the coasts

    Warrant Books, May 1715, 21-31, 21 May 1715-31 May 1715

    were demised to petitioner and Robert Sayer (since deceased) as in trust for petitioner, certain woods and woodlands called Knowle Grove, Fan Grove and Stubbridge Coppice in the parishes of Chertsey, Thorpe and Egham, Co. Surrey, for two terms, the

    Index, K, 01 January 1714-31 December 1719

    clxxxvi. 10. Knights of the Garter . See Garter. Knott , Robt., of H.M.S. Hampton Court ; clxxxi. 57. Knowle Grove , Chertsey Thorp and Egham; cxcix. 9. -, its value; cc. 1. Knowlton , Kent; ccv. 1. Kourakin ,

    Index, E, 08 March 1707-31 December 1707

    -, Sir Philip, knight, a lease granted to, and how obtained; xcvii. 107; xcviii. 26. Egham , parish of Knowle Grove in; lxxxv. 117. Elder , David, a late commissioner for sick and wounded seamen, & c.; xciv. 32. Elector

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Egham

    1544 the college sold to the king a portion of their land in Egham , about 44 acres, called Knowle Grove . 100 A survey of Egham Manor in 1622 includes land called Broomhall Piece, the property of St. John

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to. Mr~. Griggs's honse. A hanldsome r pony stallion, " Nobby," be longi'ms to Mir. J. F. Crew- 1,ther, Knowle Grove, Mirfel~d, Yorkshire, wvas 8 awarded first prize in Class 12 1 Mn. John Grout b'sing a jood second. fr."i'. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thomas Statter. Entire agrioultural colt foaled in 1874, Earl of Elles. pare, Wordely Hali, Masichester; 2, James F. Crowther, Knowle Grove, Mirfield. Hunting brood mares and foals, G. Leighton, Osgodby, Scarboroiuth; , H. Watson, Newbegin, Filey; 4, W. Little, Willoughton, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Brown, and Mr. Holmes, of Scarborough, a gold medal and 900f, for Young Fireaway. s Mr. Firth (Urowther, of Knowle Grove, and Mr. H. t Moore, of Burn Butts, also exhibit. In ponies, Mr. C. W. I Wilson, of Kendal, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    medicines, in The judges were Mr. XV. T. Lamb, of Welbourne, hac Grautham, and Mr. J. F. Rowther of Knowle Grove, C re Mirfield, and the following is a list oi their awards rove bre CLAsM 1.-Mare, fettled In or Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2, H. Holme, Exchange- street, Great Driffield, Yorkshire; 3. Fred, J. Crowther, Knowle Grove, Mirfield, Bantam (blaok or white) Hen : 1, Fred. J. Crowther, Knowle Grove, Mirfield ; 2 and 3, Henry Stanworth, Worsthorne, near Burnley. Bantam Game Cook Subscribers-only content

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