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  • * British History Online *

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    Warrant Book, May 1712, 21-31, 01 May 1712-31 May 1712

    the west with Gelew's Gut, to the north with the Upper Common Path and to the south with the Lower Common Path, containing 120 acres. Out Letters ( Plantations Auditor ) III , pp. 78 80. May 29. Warrant by


    is not stated (p. 229). Two years later the churchwardens of Twickenham were authorised to build, on th e Lower Common, at the cost of the parish, a fit and convenient dwelling-house for the use of its "impotent poor" (p.

    Sessions Books, 1703

    impotent poor of the parish, upon a piece of waste or common ground containing about an acre, called the Lower Common, abutting eastwards upon the ground of Stanley, widow, westwards upon the common, southwards upon a road or cartway leading

    Index Of Persons and Places, R, 01 January 1706-31 December 1706

    and tenements in, leases etc. of, 174, 212, 244, 248, 287, 295, 415, 416, 521, 568, 667, 676, 705. Lower Common, 667. manor of, lands and tenements in, 174, 212, 521, 667, 705. rents of, not accounted for, 564. steward

    Index, S, 01 January 1712-31 December 1712

    517. Gelew's Gut in, 296, 517. lands in, grants of, 290, 296, 517. Lieutenant Governor of. See Lambert, M. Lower Common Path, 296, 517. merchant of, 269. plantations in, grants of, 269, 270, 296, 517. Secretary and Notary Public. See

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Niton

    level of greensand, below which is gault and heavy clay. The inclosure award for Head Down and Upper and Lower Common Fields in this parish is dated 14 May 1859 . 2 In 1608 there were commons in the parish

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Henry Alexander Bruce, of the 3 Court Theatre, Liverpool, theatrical manager, and Mr. Charles Edward Horle, of Northbourne, Lower Common, Putney, secretary, probate having been renounced by Mr. John Hayward Evans, solicitor, also named as an I executor in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4 0 5 II8 The lluiits .. 30lii Toe tilidille common 4) II Tilo tOldhiam lntako .. 41314 Tile Lower Common.. 4 00 en Ihe Well Intake .-.. 2 127 LL, Tile Oldham Intaelt Total....... .1 619i %uZ, Head....... 20 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    altogether 2in. 31P. of land or thoneabriuts. Lot 3. All that exeelletit productive CLOSE of FREEHOLD LAN D, called Lower Common Close, abutting upon thle said public , .road and also upox lo s I nitot 2, cootaining by ednimeass1urentet Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of land or therebouts, tin' R. Lot I. All that excellent productive CLOSE of FREEHOLD ma sly- LAND, called Lower Common Close, abutting upon the sold public 9 road and also, upom lots 1 and 2, containing by admeasneement sip- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the parish of iBiretal, in the county of York, called or known blithe eames of the Upper Common. the Lower Common, part of the Frar Broad Boyd. the Broad d thre Middle Broad Royd, the Snmaller Ingii Head, this Oresfgs Subscribers-only content

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