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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Little Wittenham

    , but is continued by a field track which is the parish boundary as far as the site of Little Town , a row of cottages removed in the early 19th century. 4 The subsoil is Gault, Upper Greensand, Gravel

    Parishes Broad Hinton Broad Hinton c. 1845

    Little Town as dower from Richard de Parys, probably Thomas's son. 115 Richard held Little Town in 1242 -3 and it passed to Matthew Columbers in or before 1247. 116 Columbers apparently sold the lordship and lands of Little Town

    Chute CHUTE 1841

    probably Standen 's. Between Little down and the village Standen probably had open fields called Great Town field and Little Town field, and it apparently had a common pasture called Hoe , c . 150 a., south of the village.

    Parishes Chesterton MAP OF CHESTERTON c. 1764-1768 (Pre-inclosure)

    of the parish and about half a mile from Chesterton . In the 18th century it was called ' Little Town ' and had eleven houses. 28 By 1955 it was almost a 'lost' hamlet: out of its fifteen cottages

    Parishes Clyffe Pypard Clyffe Pypard , c. 1773

    of medieval date and was possibly once a motteand-bailey castle. 52 A white horse cut in the chalk above Little Town Farm dates from 1863. 53 Broad Town village is situated immediately below the hill. Most of its houses are

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

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    TEST.CP.1787/13

    & Places Participant: ThomasThwaite [Thwaite; Waite] Role: undefined Details: male; Deceased; intestate Employment: Clothier Location: Birstall (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Littletown (Little Town) : undefined Participant: JosephCharlesworth [Charlesworth] Role: defendant Details: undefined; Cousin of deceased; appointed administrator of the goods and chattels

  • * British History Online *

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    America and West Indies, Addenda 1635, 01 December 1635-31 December 1635

    meet (? sic ) sending him for England with all that can object ought against him, himself residing at Little Town in the interim, forgetting and laying aside all malice formerly between them. Need not be further impertinent, presuming he

    Index, L, 01 December 1574-31 December 1676

    522, 851. -, James, 639. -, -, letter to, 643. -, Nathaniel, 193. -, (Virginia), 969. -, , 687. Little Town (Virginia), 167. Liverpool (Leerpole), p. 17. Lizard , the, 262. Lloyd , Sir Philip, 882, 911. -, -, letters

    Index, S-V, 01 December 1574-31 December 1676

    City County. Chichahomony. Craney Island. Elizabeth River. Green Spring. Hampton River. Henrico County. Isle of Wight. James Town. Kicowton. Little Town. Marchant Brandon. Nancemond. New Kent. Newport Newes. Norfolk. Northampton. Point Comfort. Potomac. Rappahannock. Swinniards. Surrey. Washington. Westmorland. Williamsburg. York.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    regards C. Roberts and J. Sisipson- J. Pomroy and W. A. Brander, Shad Thames, wharfingers-T. Fearuley and J. Eastwood, Little Town in Liversedge, York- shire, wire manufacturers- M. Middleton and A. Msrlin, York. hosiers-A. and J. Smit, Kisigsren-ussu-lullfruiterees -T. Hedley Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Co. Bed. ford row. G. Bonnor, Bermondsey wall, rag merchant. LVincent and Sherwood, King's Bench walk, Temple. Al. Matthews, Little Town, Yorkshire, dler. [Willis and Co. Tokenbouse yard. DIVIDENDS. Nov. 15, D. Evans, John treet, Mindries, stove grate manu. factnrer-Nev-if., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Par- sons, Wortting. Sussex, wine merchant-June SD, S. Partridge, Birmingham, victualler-June 29, 1. Webster, Liverpool, tailor-July 8, M. Mattbews, Little Town, near Leeds, dyer- Snly0, E. H. Hugohes, Wrexham, Denbigbshire, victualler- wJuly 0, J. Beardeworth, Wreabam, Denhighlisre, timber mer- chant-June Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    farmer-November 20, E. Orme, X-sAitsford, Chester, inn- keeper-November 19, J. Shore, Rochdale, Lancashire, flannel manufacturer- November 19, T. Bamford, Little Town, Wardle, Lancashire, woollen manufacturer -November 19, D. Cook, Liverpool, ropernaker-Novinber li, J. Orange, Liver- pool, bootmatcer-November 19, S. Moore, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pictures.' It is from this work that Mr Sala is giving Public Rieadings. Now ready, uniform with ' The Little Town in Ireland,' with Illustrations by CHAL.os KEnPo, THE CAMBRIDGE GRISETTE: A TALE OF STUDENT LIFE. By HUoBER VAUGHAN, Tinsley Subscribers-only content

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