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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Frampton on Severn Frampton on Severn

    Park field, which from its position was evidently the same as South field, Egrove, Nast field, and Upper and Lower Town fields. 23 The agreement of 1302 about commoning shows that the normal rotation was two crops and a fallow.

    Greenford Introduction

    that some of them represented remnants of much larger fields which had existed earlier. The two largest, Upper and Lower Town Fields, comprising 252 acres, lay south of the Ruislip Road together with Hanwell Mead and Elm Hook , both

    Parishes Clifton Hampden

    the one described in a survey of the village in 1726 as the 'capital messuage called the Farm'. 42 Lower Town Farm dates from the 17th century: a timber-framed wing with brick filling survives at the back. A south wing

    Swindon Churches

    212 but he also seems to have inspired a number of people to begin meeting in a house in Lower Town , Swindon (see below). At the beginning of the 19th century, therefore, Swindon , a small market town of

    Swindon Agriculture, trade, mills and markets

    into the hands of the Goddards in the 16th century, 44 there were in 1842 Church Farm (144 a.), Lower Town Farm (83 a.), Marsh Farm (179 a.), and Okus Farm (339 a.) all of which were at that date

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    impregnable, gave way on the 17th of May, and buried under its ruins about ten houses situate in the Lower Town, The dis- jointed masses of rock were generally from ten to fifteen tons weight; and so totally unlooked for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a magistrate, whose sole office shall be the summary trial of marine cases, whose office shall be in the Lower Town, and in whose court no fees shall be exacted; to render it incumbent to import two-thirds of the crews Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wvait their decision. COUNTY COURT.-OA Monday, before Uvcdale Corbett, Esq., Judge, David James, formierly Iandloid of the Star Inin, Lower Town, Bridgnorth, an insolvent, 'came up for lis 'last examination,. supported by Mr. Stokcs, solicitor, of Dudley. His Honour gi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Davies. It m;ty be roraembered that the AMbperton rend Stietton prizes were om-iginated by H -nuy Treherne, Esal o Lower Town, Ashperton, wvho, heing disabled himself from joining the Volunteev ranks, thought it right that lie, msd others lisqualified therefromn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his proceedings till about six o'clock on Sunday evening. At that time lie went into a beerhouso in the Lower Town of Bridgnorth, and ordered drink. Hae was dressed in a jacket and white linen slop, with corduroy trousers. Upon Subscribers-only content

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