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You searched for: Place: "Little Heath", Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31

Found 88 matches across 5 resources.

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Fosbury

    on staddle stones stood near it in 1998 . In the 17th and 18th centuries a manor house called Little Heath apparently stood off the south-west side of the Oxenwood road at the north end of Fosbury 's land. A

    Parishes North Mimms

    on, the North Road leads through Little Heath , now a separate ecclesiastical parish possessing a church, but until 1894 only a hamlet of North Mimms , and served by a mission-room. Little Heath is growing, and has now a

    The City of Coventry The outlying parts of Coventry : Foleshill

    Little Heath . The church, unlike Hall Green , is on a hill, the low boulder-clay ridge between the Sowe and a water-course from Whitmore Park . Some evidence suggests that the hamlet shown on 19th-century maps as Little Heath

    Dunston

    in Dunston and established eight smallholdings, each with a house. 11 On the west side of the road between Little Heath and Tofts a field which still contains pools was known in 1754 as Motes 12 and c . 1841

    Parishes Exhall

    Smerecote (in Bedworth ), by the hedge and ditch called Rowdech to Cattescroftelane (now Goodyers End Lane ), to Little Heath , to the gate of the rectory of Bedworth , to the Downebroke. Then follow several lost landmarks, but

  • * British History Online *

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    Selections from Archivists' Reports

    land extending from the Town northwards to Llanishen. It was divided into two portions, the Great Heath and the Little Heath, or in Welsh Mynydd Bach and Waun Ddyfal 17 respectively the latter lying towards Roath, east of the former.

    Manorial records, Cardiff Villa (1666)

    free common of pasture, furze and turf upon the commons near the said Town, called the Great Heath and Little Heath, by the grants and Charters aforesaid; being yearly unto two years last past presented by the Grand Juries of

    Schedule of place names, G - M

    THE GREAT, but in Welsh Mynydd Bychan ("the Little Heath.") A wide tract of once uncultivated land lying to the north of Cardiff. The English name distinguishes it from the Little Heath, in Welsh Waun Ddyfal ("the waste mead,") which

    Schedule of place names, N - R

    PLWCA-HALOG (the foul or defiled pleck.) A field on the northern boundary of the borough of Cardiff and the Little Heath, where now Castle and Crwys Roads meet Richmond and Albany Roads at the corner of the second and third.

    County of Essex, Barking

    of Stratford. Viz. In Barking ward 319 Ripple ward 52 Ilford town 149 Chadwell 13 Padnall Corner 19 In Little Heath 10 Lay Street 29 Forest, Beehive, & c. 21 The Great Road 16 Cranbrook Lane 78 Alborough Hatch, &

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TEDL~t'S ADDRESSES. FURS. :FURS. FURS. THE RICHEST QUALITIES.. THE CH1OICEST SIGNS., THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT. XTHL Bi1sT VALUJE IN BIRMIINGHAML %'P.,x1!mR,:S o N, & N E P K PE, W1 JU 132 and.133, KVEW ,STREET, Am. Now SHOWING THEIR GREAT Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I WANTRDll CLASS of ADYERTISEMBNTS For coneecut~te insertions of the clauses of emall Advertisemntt rtleoularsed bolow the followie . lare tho ~reesoid ehusgre Od 16 Wods, nce ...... 6. 1 7 to 32%lads Once.... Is, Ditto, Three Insertione..8 IsOI Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tni-coining very lucy, to cut the pcirclcacoer.-Apcily onl thle Preainiseo. o3012 C iOVENTRY.-To ho LET, at vilcige INN, ait Little Heath, Fobes- b_ ill, abocit twoa mices Cr011t Coventry. Valuation elcout £500- Apply to J. tiG de roprietor. - o7l-I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    low, t~ aelt the purclaiser,-Apiily en tile l'rrsoivs. gI0391 d i I VENITILYV-To ba L.ET, a. village INN. at Little Heath, Foise- 1-1bill hanot two- oilca from CoveatrY. Veduation about £4.-70 Apptly to J. Goode, P'roprietor. c3ll - b~o tc Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    very lowt, to selt the patrchaoer.-Apluly on the -Prms-a esic. c3912 K COVEINTRY.--'Toa ho LET, a villaga INN, at Little Heath, Folaa' ~Jhill. tibout two unilec from Coventry. Valuation aohut £10.- Apply to J.1 Goosl. hProprietor. cR40 r0Vt be LET, Subscribers-only content

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