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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Cistercian monks The abbey of Swineshead

    s . 81/2 d ., including the rectory of Cotgrave and the manors of Gosberton and Quadryng, Great and Little Hale , Cotgrave , and Hardwick Grange . 19 Abbots Of Swineshead Gilbert of Hoyland , 20 occurs before 1202

    House of Premonstratensian canonesses The priory of Broadholme

    ; rents in Stow ( Lincolnshire ), by Peter de Campania ; and lands, pastures, meadows, and rents in Little Hale ( Lincolnshire ), by Simon de Hale . A confirmation charter granted by the king in the following year

    Swavesey Economic history

    fens were estimated as c . 500 a., serving between 1,600 and 1,700 a. of arable. Common greens included Little Hale and Thisleden gree ns, the latter presumably the later Thistle green south of the town ditch. By 1604 drainage

    Wisbech Hundred Tydd St. Giles Plan of St. Giles's Church

    1845 , the property was sold by his trustees to Richard Joseph Tindall , son of John Tindall of Little Hale (Lines.), then resident at Tritton manor, Tydd St. Mary . Like some of his predecessors he spent the last

  • * British History Online *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 9, 21 February 1671, 21 February 1671-21 February 1671

    summoned, are as followeth; viz. Bourn, Morton, Hackenby, Dunsby, Rippingdale, Dowsly, Ashlackby, Pointon, Sempringham, Billingborough, Horbling, Briggen, Swaton, Helpringham, Little Hale, Great Hale, Heckington, Howell, Ewerby, Southkyme, Swineshead, Bickar, Quadring, Gosberton, Surflet, Pinchbeck, Spalding , and Cowbett . And then

    Minute Book, March 1661, 01 March 1661-31 March 1661

    Edward Picks for several parcels of pasture called King's lands in the parishes of Bourn, Gosberton, Great Hale and Little Hale, co. Lincoln; in return for his services and losses amounting to 4,000 l . Referr ed : to the

    Entry Book, May 1695, 6-10, 06 May 1695-10 May 1695

    50 acres there, and of the wood called Pexley Wood of 26 acres there, and of the wood called Little Hale Wood of 30 acres there, and of the wood called Parsons Wood of 60 acres there 20 0 0

    Index of Persons and Places, N, O, 01 January 1693-31-Dec-1996

    Talbott, the, inquisition taken at, 1054; weekly market, 1055. manor of, 1055; Berested, 1055; Hillswood, 1055; Little Hall Wood, Little Hale Wood, 1055; Parsons Wood, 1055; Pecheley Wood, Pexley Wood, 1055; Pikewood, 1055. Over , co. Cambridge, rent of messuage

    Index of Persons and Places, L, 01 January 1693-31-Dec-1996

    barony, co. Meath, 629, 927, 1013, 1063. Little Crowinstown , Little Croynstown. See Crowinstown. Little Glanies , See Glane. Little Hale , Little Hall, Wood. See Oundle. Little Keyre , Little Kyre. See Kyre Parva. Little Marsh . See Modbury.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hear him, and return the next night. t. n Wi[OLESALE CHitISTENINfG.-On the 30th uii. :Mr. Joht Hackett, farmer, of Little Hale, neor Sleafoit, sebf to ' the parish church a waggon load, of his family, Inncadfiau seven Y sons, from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    county of Lincolon ; As and Ifeckington, G arricc, The Octt Shea, Six Run. itis brorlos dreds, Great Bale, Little Hale, Swaimc, Hlelprinpasa ,, and iut H obbstig, all in the said parts of Kesteven In the ssid county d Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    makc ai declaration ius hiec taereof that tire stock nre free fromn foot and morith disease, ard therefore a magistrate can grant a license. Cases nreoreporteil frEt 5d Great Hale Flel, Little Hale Ren, Hcekingtoz, and Foston, d near Grantiarna. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sunday last some boys were strolling by the side of the beck which divides the parishes of Helpriugham and Little Hale near the bridge, when a large fish, diferent from anything they had before seen, took their at- tention: curiosity Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    *is2 l(day last, at Rleckington, Lincolnshire, John Taylor, 'Pa.. Ter-ace, rnear Nottingham, to Catherine daughter e Mull, isol. of Little Hale, near the former place. a -sdviy, at'St. Margaret's Chuch, 'Westminster, by the a 'S if londonl, tle Rev. Herbert Subscribers-only content

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