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    Parishes Liss

    6 Combers, Hyllond, Chesterland, Hodyslond, Cydyhalefyld, Verny Hill , Pupeholemeade, Shafterlond, 7 Harleys Close, The Well House , 8 Le Hurst , Middlewood and Wolches 9 (xvi cent.). Manors The manor of LISS , afterwards known as the manor of Victoria County History

    Parishes Wood Eaton

    from 2 s . 6 d . to 1 s . 6 d . an acre. Their names-Akerman Mede, Le Hurst , Wolgesham, Noreham-have disappeared from the map, 112 but Smalmede or Mokedon (over 12 a.) may perhaps be identified Victoria County History

    Parishes Hurst

    La or Le Hurst (xiv cent.); Hurste (xv cent.). The parish of Hurst , formerly described as a parochial chapelry, is of large extent, and in 1832 contained four liberties: Whistley in Charlton Hundred; Broad Hinton , then in Wiltshire Victoria County History

    Parishes Dorchester DORCHESTER C. 1840 [ Dorchester church ]

    up their estate in Dorchester : in 1397 the bishop granted them the Conynggere (4 a.), pasture called ' Le Hurst ' (24 a.), and all the bishop's fishery in the Thames and Thame at Dorchester , together with coneys Victoria County History

    Entry Book, July 1687, 1-10, 01 July 1687-08 July 1687

    Farm: a messuage or orchard called Le Hurst with 24 acres of arable and pasture, 15 acres of moor called Aldermore and 11 acres of meadow, appertaining to the said messuage called Le Hurst and situate in the parish of British History Online

    Index, E

    Ellingham Meadow, Blachford Meadows, Rockford and Rockford Common, 1509-10; lands called Heywood Farm, 1387; Highwood, 1443; Dickens End, 1443; Le Hurst, 1443. Ellington (co. Huntingdon), 1922, 2076. Elliott (Elyott), Alice, loan on the linen duty, 2183. -, Cornelius, rebel in British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wato Intelligme. I NOTICES-THIS DAY. ROLLS COURT, CEANCERY-LANE. AT 10.-To be mentioned: Wood v. Boucher. Causes, &c.: Miles v. Taylor-Davles v. Hodgeon-Pretty v. Solly-Nutting v. Colley-Matta v. Palmer-Scott v. Roberts-Welch v. Cbandler-Donaldson v. Corner -Hole v. Bexley (14)-Bentley v. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    0No c N-. T g 41 W Bstoe wbkX-omn Pot, .r, _" An anlhor od te "Gambrer'. fe" dci. Le Hurst en Blckett, publishes, 15, Great M thre , Now ready, Is ved rote wit MDtrkeiMP, - A t WINTER Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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