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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Hordle

    with its smithy and inn, 'The Royal Oak ,' is south of the village; and east of Downton is Lea Green , with Downton Manor Farm . Yeatton House, the residence of Mr. Charles Howard Ward , J.P., and Yeatton

    Townships Sutton

    the north, Eltonhead to the south-west, and Micklehead in the southern corner. Sherdley, on the borders of Burtonhead, has Lea Green to the west and Marshall's Cross to the south; Peasley Cross is in the northeast. The various 'heads' denote

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    TRANS.CP.1700/1

    WilliamCapper [Cappur] Role: appellate Details: male; Administrator of the goods and chattels of Elizabeth Darlington, deceased, late of Church Minshull Location: Middlewich (Cheshire) Place(s): Weaver (Weever) : undefined Location: Church Minshull (Cheshire) Place(s): Lea Green (Lee Green) : undefined r

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gardener. G N11 oobjectino ton ros-r tseao aesi ai fewv acres of lar~el 3Va, years' good rfetrrace.-Address, J. P., Lea Green Fariii near Alvechierci,liedditch. cl3dS a lAP.D~EWER-Sitsation Wanted ; or C'roons aiida Gardener. J Gooect reforenceo.-Addressa, (Gardener, 42, Church Rsad, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    when a heavy wei-lht of the roof caused a fall, as was seen bv the case which ocenrred at Lea Green Colliery in the Liverpool district. (10) In no case of explosion had there been shown to be any connection Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in dilute sulphuric acid to give it a pattOrn1-T/W £sis ec,, Cn Friday evening, an inquest was held at Lea Green on the body of Franes l'arrott,agedsixty-eightyeart. Dursug the absence of the sorvant the deceased was striking a light on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -Apply, on -the 6th, 10th, or 15th inst. to the Manager, at the Works, BRoughilales Fire Clay Companiy, limited, Lea Green, hutton, near Sut. Helen's, Lau-. EP4RENOH.POLUSHER.-WI , eae;Pranent siteation ALto. good Hand,-Addre, MrkrwoBl traet1, Welve r. hampton. curlS -6 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lad)e Pihof Staose, PlaIr F i1s1fti. Mfindrlhi, fnod sansrt Ifoopa.-Josoph, Tovay, Couimor- II) 01(5of vry plsosHay or al, Iat Lea Green, Hollywrood,, LKiig's N1ortoln, . o4i0 CRRHelNlTOUSE.PLANTS.-A few ooieblfKndfrtl, - f chdeyp isondalYpreheaner.--AppIy 1t .38 1 lnitn[od fro1 beISold, a Subscribers-only content

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