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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Alien houses Priory of Stoke by Clare

    . In 1305 a quit-claim was executed in favour of this priory of the advowson of the church of Little Barton by Mildenhall . 9 Prior John Huditot died in 1391 ; whereupon Robert bishop of London and William prior

    Parishes Barton Hartshorn

    Barton Hertishorne (xv cent.); Beggers Barton , Little Barton (xvi cent.). This parish covers 891 acres, of which 165 are arable and 694 permanent grass. 1 The soil is clay. The south of the parish is watered by two streams,

    Parishes Westcott Barton

    It has remained considerably smaller than the neighbouring Steeple Barton , and in the Middle Ages was occasionally called Little Barton . 15 The original settlement was probably around the church, where the remains of house platforms and boundary banks

  • * British History Online *

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    Henry VIII, February 1522, 16-28, 01 February 1522-28 February 1522

    certain lands, & c. in Welton, Riland near Dunham, Ireby, Barton (or Burton) near Lincoln, Rothewell, Kyrnyngton, Rysom and Little Barton, Linc., formerly of Sir Henry Retsford (or Retfford), deceased; on vacation by Sir John Tymelby (or Thymelby), who holds

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Blackbham, the elder, scrap dealer, was cirarged w~tills iravinigcriminallyasesaultedlandlabusedltosetta Grave, eleven yearis of aeg, in his own house, in Little Barton, Tiptoe, on tire 17th instant. It seense tsat anotisor little girl accoirpasried Rosetta Grove to tire hrouse of tire Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. Perry, W. IV. Pearce M.acsham), and 0. Hatton (Chinnor). G. and J. Perry, 0. Hattor, and C. Collard (Little Barton) gained the awards for yellow globe mangolds - and G. and T. Perry and Y. Jones (Pembroke) carried off Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    roads eering prscont sum. met, I nnd 6old medal. WV, B~uriitt. Goeododso Eai'tn North lBmwlsoni, Evorrorecoh: 2, lIenriy Cannon, Little Barton, Sherbotuce 3, Thnon~s J, Moon. WlY1Lia Farm, F rome. Font chaeese af any other British makte abovo 301bi. wel Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    were none that desoended to mediocrity. The champion is a four-year- old steer bred by -Mr. Charles Collard, of Little Barton, Canterburv. She took a first prize at the flighlaisd Agricultural Show last April, and a first at Norwich last Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    d possessing many good points, it does not fill the eye s like the winner. M&[r. Charles Collard, of Little Barton, d Canterbury, exhibits Duchess of Thorudale, which is . placed third, and the judges took upon themselves to d Subscribers-only content

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