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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Long Stanton Economic History

    3 In St. Michael 's, Little Moor field lay south-west of the village and Michelow field, named from the parish, by the Huntingdon road . Michelow was recorded from 1251 4 and Little Moor from 1320. 5 The field north-east

    Hemingbrough Osgodby

    not mentioned later. Old inclosures eventually covered much of the township. In 1819 they included 53 a. in Maw, Little Moor , Great Moor , and Gill Ruddings , and 28 a. in Little and Great Hall parks. 77 The

    Teddesley Hay

    small farmhouse south of Parkgate Bridge and called Park Gate House c . 1841 72 was formerly known as Little Moor . 73 It is partly timber-framed and probably dates from the early 17th century. The Home Farm 74 and

    Histon Economic history

    1640s , 38 presumably because little could be made in Histon . At the north end of the parish Little Moor and Great Moor occupied the lowest-lying part of Histon . Both moors were rough grazing in the Middle Ages,

    Parishes Oaksey

    and parapet and a stone portico with a pediment and Tuscan columns. The house was demolished in 1966 . Little Moor Cottage to the north was built before 1843. 48 South of the road to Somerford Keynes , Lower Moor

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

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    & Places Participant: Stephen Dockeray [Dockrey] Role: plaintiff Details: male; clerk Participant: Philip Buttle [Buttle] Role: defendant Details: male Location: Harswell (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Harswell (Harswell, Harsewell) : ecclesiastical parish Little Moor (Litle More) : fieldname Spelling modernised.Dearlands (Dearelands) : fieldname


    Helmesley) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Michael Brownrigg [Brownrige] Role: prosecution proctor Details: male Employment: Notary Public Participant: James Stock [Stock] Role: defence proctor Details: male Employment: Notary Public Location: Little Moor (Lyttle More) : fieldname Cannot identify - spelling modernised


    Place(s): Little Moor(Little Moor) : undefined Participant: Mary Walker [Walker] Alternate name: Mary White [White] Role: defendant Details: female; Wife of John White, Independent Minister; Sister of Edmund Walker Location: Mirfield (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Little Moor(Little Moor) : undefined


    Close) : fieldname Spelling modernisedBell Moor (Bell More) : fieldname Spelling modernisedFlashemoore (Flashemoore) : fieldname Fliskellmoore (Fliskellmoore) : fieldname Little Moor (Litlemoore) : fieldname Spelling modernisedHolm (Holme) : fieldname Spelling modernisedCoppie Close (Coppie Close) : fieldname Steares Moor (Steares Moore)


    CP.G.2684 Reference:CP.G.2684 Repository:Borthwick Institute GB 193 Court:undefined Case:Tithe (cattle, herbage, hay) Details:3 Pieces; Has deposition; No libel; No sentence Outcome: Date: 13/10/1593 - 13/10/1593 People & Places Participant: Henry Brewster [Brewster] Role: plaintiff Details: male; clerk Participant: Thomas Waterhouse

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ( \ PIAC to ASSjAS.SINATE MIIISTERS (Compiled1 from the DailC Papers.) At mc pwt, ill. Well 1Llllt to Giovernnment that all 2 Ar1the aailiitrltio1 oF at ters waas llIitalinle mild e odVS alt thwe i'to ! of it. Oil Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    street, gro- cers-1. Healy and C. De Bergne, Bolton, Lancashire, reed makers-J. Butcher, jan. and J. Baker, Chew's ride, Little Moor fields, tea dealers-J. Goodfellow and J. Fawkner, silk trimming manufacturers, Macclesfield-C. Dawson and S. Pot. ter, Birkiacre, Manchester, calico Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROMI THE LONDON GAZETTE. Tuesday, Octoler 17. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. T. and J. Vole. Rugby and Lutterworth, drapers--W. and C. Lee, Bristol, bulders-S. Sk'nner and G. Kemp, Wolverhampton, wine merchants-T. Foster and J. Brunyce, Crowle. l.incoloshire, sacking manufacturers-G. Boydon and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jenny Lind beat Mr. Llewellyn's Well I Never, after an undecided trial; Mr. Llewellyn's General Jackson beat Mr. Nyatt's Little Moor, asd Mr. Dale's Beauty beat Mr. Grindley's Beass. Scrosed ties: Jenny Lind beat Hrndy Jack, and general Jackson beat Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BIRMINC4GHAM POLICE COURT. FRIDAY. 1e,(i'ec MeanQrs. 2', C S! 8. Kynn-i-stIt, (Slipcnisarll), C. <ia lr, sid J. D. o',odwalin, ALE'.Eri' TniNtEATS. -AliCIdI HIoban (201, glasseutter, court, Holland Street, was charged, on reimand, with assaultinlg and attemptitg to shoot Ann Subscribers-only content


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