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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

    The City of Coventry Public education

    JM/I ( 12 ) LITTLE HEATH INDEPENDENT, Chapel Lane (later called Old Church Rd .) before 1833 1887 B; 1900 M; 1911 M/I; 1923 JM & I Opened as a Sunday sch. attached to Little Heath Congregational chapel; 1846 became

    The City of Coventry Communications Communications

    's Wharf , Bishopgate Green (1¼ mile), Stoke Basin (2 miles), Navigation Wharf , Little Heath (2¾ miles), New Inn Wharf , also at Little Heath (4 miles), Longford Wharf and Hawkesbury Junction (5½ miles). 76 At Hawkesbury there was

    The ancient parish of Barking Agrarian history, markets and fairs

    of which was in Dagenham , included 8 a. in Ilford . It was inclosed in 1867 . 14 Little Heath , which comprised 21/2 a. in 1847 , still survives, though reduced in size by the modern roads surrounding

    Parishes Hampton Lucy

    Gorse , the gorse fields to the east of it, and the fields called Edwards Heath and Big and Little Heath on the south side of the Snitterfield road indicate the position of the medieval heath and waste. Inclosure began

    The borough of Ilford SOUTH ILFORD & BARKING 1964 NORTH ILFORD & CHADWELL HEATH 1964

    and farms, which in 1650 were said to contain 100 families. 6 The main settlements there were Barkingside and Little Heath . Ilford Municipal Borough. Ermine , an oak tree eradicated and fructed proper, surrounded by seven crowns, or, in

    The ancient parish of Barking Introduction

    Ilford was the hamlet of Chadwell Street , straddling the main London-Colchester road . There were other hamlets at Little Heath and Padnall, on the south-east edge of the forest, and Barkingside on its south-western edge. Manor houses, farms, and

    Parishes Ardley

    , while Pearson 's Heath lay in the south, west of the Brackley road , and Margrett's Heath and Little Heath lay in the south-east corner. 9 But by the early 19th century this land had been reclaimed and was

    Townships Withington

    Birchall Houses, Burnage , Fallowfield , Rusholme , Heaton Wood Green , Hough End, Moss Green , Yeeld Houses, Little Heath , Barricroft, and Ladybarn, with successive remainders (in default of male issue) to his brothers Francis and Edward, to

    South Mimms Introduction SOUTH MIMMS IN 1842

    cover a narrow ridge from Barnet to Bentley Heath , a wider area along Potters Bar High Street to Little Heath , and parts of Mimmshall wood, Dugdale Hill , and Dyrham Park . Other drift deposits include boulder clay

    The City of Coventry Protestant nonconformity: Introduction

    canal company for storing boats. A permanent meeting place, of which Evans was the first minister, was built at Little Heath in 1795 . 82 The records of the Northampton Circuit s how that by 1791 there were fourteen members

    Index A-J

    district, farms, field systems (prehist.), Fosbury Ho ., plate gdn., pk., hill fort, inc., ind., man., man. ho. ( Little Heath ), and see Fosbury : Fosbury Ho . open fields, pond, pop., prot. nonconf., roads, Rom. Catholicism, sch., the

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