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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Girton Economic History

    Fulwell field (93 a.) probably straddled the Huntingdon road in the southeast near Cambridge , and the Great and Little Hay fields (98 a. and 61 a.) and the Hither and Further Meadow fields (153 a. and 86 a.), all

    Parishes Bushley

    cent.); Strippelingplace, 8 Longmead , Froggmore, Oyehey (or Oxhey ) Close, 9 Poole Grove 10 (xvi cent.); Dock Meadow, Little Hay , Lipiate at the Lake , the Little Dower , the Middle Lay, the Lord's Grove , Parkfield (or

    Madeley Growth of settlement

    building in 1965 , lay south-east of the town and ran up to the Sutton Maddock boundary. 35 The Little Hay , or Webb's tenement, a timber-framed house at the eastern end of Church Street near Market Place, was sold

    Parishes Tackley

    he may also have created the nearby Sheephouse Close (40 a.), first recorded in 1545 . 182 Netherley and Little Hay closes, recorded in 1565 , were associated with Base Court and Hill Court , and were probably similarly inclosed,

    Index K-Z

    Buildwas Little Dawley , see Dawley, Little Little Eyton , see Eyton , Little Little Hales , see Sheriffhales Little Hay , see Madeley Little Lee , see Malinslee Little Wenlock , see Wenlock , Little Little Worth , see

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

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    Ings) : undefined Location: Broom Close (Broome Close) : fieldname Location: West Wood (West Wood) : undefined Location: Little Hay(Little Hay) : undefined Location: Wood Grounds (Woodgrounds) : undefined Location: Forty Acre Close (Forty Acre Close) : fieldname Location:

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ship owsner-Febtuetry 9, J. eislg- wtay, Liverp tol, merelsamt-Feoruary 9, A. Joitnstit, Liverpoolt, litensed victualler -February 14, A. Powell, Little Hay, Stattsdslhire, engineer-Febrt:ity 10, T. Wright, Hanley, Statfordshire, tailor-Februaary 8, G. Ilardon, Prestons, joiner. C E R T I F Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Co., t brower.4, Stafford, against George blyatt, the elder, for c rent and possession of the Liebfield Arms iul, Little Hay. s wood. It appeared thist blyatt cntered into occupation of e 5 the premises in August, 1882, and, as Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    individual, for the best crop of swede turnips, The candidates were Mr. W. Thing, Shenstone Wood BEd; AlM. Marle-, Little Hay; Mer. Birch, Weeford ; Mr. Booth, Shenstone flal; and Mr. Burnett, of the Little Aston Farm. The award was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mesmr. CLARKE and BARROWS, THIS DAIZ JLI(eslyat the Emmoanauel College Annas, Settee Coldilel~l, ti, Sii o'clock-FREEHtOLD) PR1OPERITY, situated at Little Hay, near Sutton Cehdliltid. DY Messcors. CLARKCE and BARRO'WS, THIS DAY JLD (nisedayl, at the Emmanuel College Arms Inu, Sutton Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Occupation of Mrf. Geocce Honk-, having a frontage of MI1 yards to tire rad leadine from Little Sutton to Little Hay anid Watfordl Gop. and adjoining tile Lands of Mr. James Fadrv-y and A. Fostur. Earl. LOT 2.-A 1ljcieo of Subscribers-only content

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