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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Linchmere

    as Pophall, which was working from before 1573 till after 1730. 3 Of another iron-mill in Furnace Wood near Lower Lodge Farm, apparently started a little before 1620, known as North Park Furnace , there are remains in a large

    The royal borough of Windsor Introduction

    Edward VII and King George V , and also the Queen's aviary, which contains a fine collection of birds. Lower Lodge was occupied in the 17th century by the Duke of St. Albans , being then known as Burford House

    Bowood Bowood in 1843 : from the map on page 28 Bowood House from the south-west in 1806

    in fee of the park. 7 It was probably built on or near the site of, and presumably replaced, Lower Lodge , a house which in 1650 stood in the park and was described as old. 8 Bowood House ,

    Windsor castle Architectural history

    's old house, which stood just south of it, was also bought, and converted in 1779 into the 'Queen's Lower Lodge ' for the reception of the four younger princesses. During the alterations to these two houses a large quantity

    Parishes Downton

    of Woodfalls held land at Woodfalls assessed at 1 hide, 326 later called the manor of LOWER WOODFALLS or Lower Lodge (later Lodge ) farm. It is likely that John of Woodfalls held it in 1249 . 327 John died

  • * British History Online *

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    Warrant Books, June 1709, 11-20, 11 June 1709-20 June 1709

    Windsor Great Park and of all those houses or lodges called the Manor Lodge, Hill Lodge, Middle Lodge and Lower Lodge, and such herbage and pannage within the park as is mentioned in the patent of 1702 Sept. 30 as

    Warrants etc., April 1697, 21-25, 21 April 1697-25 April 1697

    or soil thereon and all the houses or lodges commonly called the Manor Lodge, Hill Lodge, Middle Lodge, and Lower Lodge, and the walk called the Paddock Walk, the lodge called Lister's Lodge belonging to the said Walk and sometime

    Index of persons and Places, U, Z

    Forest , Battles Walk, bailiff of. See Branch, J. Windsor Great Park , Hill Lodge, 128. Lister's Lodge, 128. Lower Lodge, 128. Manor Lodge, 128. Middle Lodge, 128. Mote Park, rent of, 287. Paddock Walk, 128. Ranger or Keeper of.

    Index, L, 01 January 1709-31 December 1709

    burglar, reward for the arrest of, 291. Low Countries , Army in. See Army. See also: Flanders. Holland. Netherlands. Lower Lodge . See Windsor Great Park. Lowestoft , co. Suffolk, 237. Lowman , Henry, housekeeper of Kensington Palace, salary, 281.

    Index, U-Z, 01 January 1709-31 December 1709

    209. Hill Lodge in, grant of, 209. Keepers, 385. Lister Lodge, 209. lodges and barns in, repair of, 385. Lower Lodge, grant of, 209. Manor (Mannor) Lodge, grant of, 209; repair of, 385. Middle Lodge in, grant of, 209. Mote

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    spoi of tRvbnytede.-On the arrival -f the moitrtfl procession, the bldies wilt be *depoited i 'tae apartmnent at the Lower Lodge, in St. Alban's-stree4- Windsor, where tlhe work tf n cona menced this afteitoon.p TUJOWAS SUIEIIDAN, Eso.-We feel rm:c regret Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tlI countenanceis depictedP- titeirgritf 'At eidit is the evening, the furtfirl o pa-oceedion of the Peeoebasstet out from the Lower Lodge to the cliapel. There wesltno tor'ch Vghtsnorbeeating of drume' Pkn ce Leopo ld, atbenided4 'y Barodn Hardenbrooke atsd Ptu Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rogitinaid, or oil tie estates, to h.er na'hter Angnsra Sophia; and the tea estate ii% New Wnind-or c-Ilted the Lower Lodge, .viil its append-ages to 1'er youngest daughter Sopliia.-Her boWAs, plate, hiouse-linen, chit-ia, Jrtsizres, drawings, prints.. all articles of orna'nental Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oei Friday went to Blackheathb to dine nwith- the PriCUeS Of WALLS$, aMd the Duckess of :BRU NSWIt;E, The Lower Lodge, di Windsor, is fitting-, tlp f4ir t PaRIcN , who, if is said, means to piass thse ai1tit151 with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    single birth bet-ween each of the said times. An alarming fire broke out at the House of Mr. Hasket, Lower Lodge Farm, Wilts, onr Monday night, which eCf tirely consumed the saume; and a little boy, five years of age, Subscribers-only content

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