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  • * Victoria County History *

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    been largely restored. The parish church stands east of the village. About 11/2 miles north of the village is Little Green Farm. In the extreme south-west of the parish is South Holt Farm . No part of the parish is

    Impington Introduction

    were perhaps destroyed when the park was made in the late 16th century. At least one house stood at Little Green on the Cambridge road in the 1580s 85 and several of the 30-35 dwellings in the mid 17th century

    Histon Introduction Histon and Impington 1801

    of the green along Water Lane and Broad Lane : by 1517 there was at least one house at Little Green , 60 evidently where the two roads converge. 61 There were also dwellings north of the green in the

    Parishes Guilden Morden

    along the high street further south. Northeast of the main village were groups of dwellings at Great Green and Little Green , the latter recorded in 1699 23 and perhaps, as Little End , in 1689 . 24 About 1850

    Parishes Sudborough Westminster Abbey . Gules the crossed keys of St. Peter with the ring of St. Edward in the chief all or.

    in Brigstock and Sudborough intercommoned with each other in certain commons, called Brigstock Commons ; and the Great and Little Green adjoining the same, and that the cattle upon these commons were liable to escape into the Haye or Walk

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to the lease. On Saturday an explosion of fulminating powder took place on the premises of Mr Hinks, colouriak&er, Little Green lanes, Birmingham. Mr Hinks manufactures this detonating powder for percussion cap- makers, the process being carried on in a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ; gas, water. ailsi rattes paid. reate '14 iOU8I fihanleonsely Fstrnisbedi; six rsoaass. Reetb69aFtrn'ter XX ,stia, eay sermR.-Anply, 212. Little Green e3113 IOUSE (Fusrnishsedl, in the eosmntry. to Let for six wcetes, front lwe Hi beginning of August. Btent Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TRADESEN'S ADDRESSES. FUPRNISH THROUGHOUT. THE BIRMIINGIIUAI FuANISwNG COMPANY, t 21, 23, 25, Z 29, 31, COLMOBE BOW. CAPIT SHiOW ROOMS. $00 StUITES TO SEYLECT omg0M, fre 6 Guineas to 100 Guineas, T\RA XGi R00OU SUITES, sD lN n 'Tgroetty. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    garden. Rent 40.-Apply, II1, Hteatoin _Street. c78?3 d( [OUSE (handoetuxely Furnishedx; six roomed. SovietSSI eiiie i..Loil evay termo.--Appil), 212, Little Green Ease. C(54 TTOaSII Ihamilyl to Let, in High Street, Solibicil. Garden, I&e.- hr .LL icly, M~r. Slodall, Auctiocceer, &c. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Let. 2s. Vd. weekly.-Apply, H1r. Jana's, HOTTSE (handsomely furnished); nilt rooms Feet 6x Furniture S. - on eaoy terms.-212. Little Green L&tes.SmalllIteath. cifi 0 i OITOSiS (charming and hecalthy), near Olirmsingham. Elseex I. eonema rent merely nominal; rare oplportuaaity.-Adilreos, 490, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the records, 1670

    the Old Green of Glasgow. After houses were built in Bridgegate the severed eastern portion was known as the Little Green, and the portion immediately west of Bridgegate, including Goosedubs, was called Greenhead, as being the upper end of what

    Index of subjects and places

    landmarket , 445. Dort , staple at, 211. Doughhill , 542. Douglas , parson of, 351. Dovecot (Doucat) on Little Green, 528. Dowhill , 349, 546; new vennel in, 181; ground at, for washing and drying clothes, 296 7, 510.

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