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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Great Stanmore Public services

    as did Little Common on the far side of the reservoir. Much of the Grove estate, 63 a. bordering the common on the east, and most of the Warren House estate, 123 a. east of Little Common and stretching south

    Great Stanmore Introduction GREAT STANMORE , LITTLE STANMORE AND EDGWARE c. 1835

    of the ridge and at Little Common . There were buildings on or near the later sites of Warren House and Aylwards but none farther north than the bowling green, 68 which separated Little Common from the main expanse of

    Shifford Economic history

    ) field. 2 The fields were apparently unchanged in 1706 , 3 though Great Common field (470 a.) and Little Common field (46 a.) were recorded c . 1755. 4 A lease in 1759 5 mentioned Beggar and Marsh fields,

    Parishes Sopley

    were inclosed under award of 24 February 1869 . The award comprised as well Shirley and Upper Shirley , Little Common and Bransgore . 3 The ecclesiastical parish of Bransgore was formed in 1874 , partly out of this parish

    Parishes Inkpen

    ft. The village lies around the church to the west of the parish, and stretches towards the north-west on Little Common . The rectory stands above the church on the south side and is a well-designed red brick house of

  • * British History Online *

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    Entry Book, July 1670, 15-31, 15 July 1670-31 July 1670

    ground called Hartgill Grove, Roehill, Neather Moor, and the moor called Bents, lying in or near Bruntcliffe Edge, Dobenhill, Little Common, Broadoak, Treystones, Carlesknell, and a moor called Crookes Moor, and a parcel called King's Moor, now claimed by Thomas

    Entry Book, May 1670, 01 May 1670-31 May 1670

    [ sic for commons ] containing about 700 acres belonging to the manor of Ecclesall, viz. Bruntcliff Edge, Dobenhils, Little Common, Broad Oak, Greystones. Casterknell and Little Sheffield moor and a parcel of ground called Crooks moor which lies betwixt

    Index, L, 01 January 1669-30 November 1672

    the Wine Act, Yorks, & c., 309, 475. Litchfield , widow, 110. Litchurch (Derby), 1328. Litcot . See Lytcot. Little Common (Ecclesall, Yorks), 564, 634. -, Hayes (Rettendon, Essex), 1181. Littlefield , George, one of the King's servants payable in

    Index, S - Z

    251, 257, 264 (2), 267, 273, 284 " , Number of Alehouses in, 11 " , Archery at, the Little Common at, 118 " , Close, Field called, 38 " , Fields, Archery at, 38 " , Field called "

    Index, B, 01 December 1672-31 December 1675

    Clerk of the Signet, Wales, 132. Beccles (co. Suffolk), grant of Beccles Hospital to the town, 514-5, 567. -, Little Common, 567. Beck , David, shipmaster, 660. -, James, Sergeant-at-Arms, 85, 401, 707. Becker , Frederick, coming to England from

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    guarantee of the same for three yeas. At the Eastbourne Police Court, on Monday, Alfred Ford, a brickinaker, of Little Common, Beohill, was senttogaol for one month, wfith hard labour, without the opt~ion of. a fine, for cruelly illtreating a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    D, lying contiguous there. to, and called, ob commonly knnwn by the several Numes of te Chapel Croft, the Little Common Close, and Great Common Close, the 1st conitaininz by Survey, 4A. on. 17P. the aQd, 2A. 3P. and'the Jr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tuouehoere. tio it to, and called, or commonly known by the several fqames eai aof the Chapel Croft, the Little Common Close, and W as Great Common Close, the Ist conltaining by Survey, i- 4A. OR. 17,'. the 2nd, 2A. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I)' lying contiguous there. to, and called, or commonly knowin by tbe several Names of' teje Claliel Crott, the Little Common Close, and Grcnt 'Cbmuisan Close, Ihe- st unstfuipir by- Survey,. 4-A. OUt. nti. the2nd, 2A 3Y. ant'the 3;f, 4A. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .. Int 9. Ancother Do. l Sl1i Do. Iot II). Aniothei Ito. 14 3 D o. Lot io. The Little Common Clollallic,:hc1 ad lhus th e H- igharay ti S ei o e L nole L an d .0d*- . Subscribers-only content

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