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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Drayton St Leonard

    certainly in 1841 . 12 There have been at least two other footbridges. The one that remains, just above Lower Grange Farm, is a replacement of the bridge marked at the same place in 1767 . 13 The other, just

    Parishes Over Worton Over Worton , 1760

    The Holliers' holding in the west passed into new hands c . 1800 and the farm buildings sometimes called Lower Grange Farm, were built between 1827 and 1840 , while the Grange or Grange Farm became a residence. 110 The

    Painswick Introduction Painswick 1972 Painswick Old Town Hall and Parish Buildings Before 1840

    other side of the road by Thomas Holbrow (d. 1833); 6 the Grange , formerly called Trumpetts and later Lower Grange , was owned and occupied by George Wathen , an attorney, from 1804 until his death in 1847 ;


    . They were (1) the manor, demesnes, and lands of Wroxton and Balscote near Banbury ; (2) Upper and Lower Grange farms in Drayton St. Leonard near Dorchester ; (3) the rectory of Bradwell near Burford ; (4) the tithes

  • * British History Online *

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    Index of persons and Places, G

    , co. Cornwall, 196. Grandpuy , Martin, quartermaster, Har vey's regiment, 254. Grange , Gowran barony, co. Kilkenny. See Lower Grange; Old Grange; Upper Grange. Grange , Bantry barony, co. Wexford, 381. Grange , co. York, 201. Grant , ,

    Index of persons and Places, L

    Bristol, 278. Lowen , John, commander of the Brilliant , 348. Lower Close , co. Berks, lands called, 175. Lower Grange , Low Grange, Gowran barony, co. Kilkenny, 380. Lower Standen , co. Lancs., 178. Lowerton Beg , Lartanbegg, Ballyboy

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    reported at the tim,. The bill is filed to restrain the defendant, a ns lessor of the Upper and Lower Grange Mlines, on the Eushton Grange ostate, near Burslem, from proceeding in an action of ejeetment on an alleged forfeiture Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MICHAEL LuDwIs IsDOASL, Swansea, shipbroker, commission age~iit, ald general merchant, trading as Li. L. Isdahl and Co. LUA.Ni SMiTu, Lower Grange, Cardiff, builder WILLIAM AYRIE CRAoI7, Clayton Street, Newcastle on-Tyne draper. BANKRUPTCIES AN"ULLED. , OHN VINCENT SLATTEnY, Finborougls Road, Kensington, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LATEST NEWS. [1feuter's Telejamns, per Press Associations-] THE CROWN PRINCE OF GERMANY AT MADRID. MADRID, IOvFv31BEB 24. The Crown Prince of Germany, King Alfonso, and thoI members of the Royal Family attended the performance at the Madrid Opera Houso Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tce strcam flowedt under a culvert, awl thon avent in a zig- - course to the south, through the Lower Grange :atdows, which were known as U'ater Meadows, which lslgcdl to Lord Camoys, and to %which this aCtion titted, That Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Camoys as riparian owner to the means r, irrigating a portion of his estate, known as tbe Upper and Lower Grange Meadows. The appeal was orieinally heard by the Master of tho iholls and l.orls JierhceS Lindley and Lopes, who Subscribers-only content

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