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    Hospital of St. John , 134 in lieu of a previous right to firewood, 135 was the origin of Magdalen Wood , later Wood farm. In addition to grants of land, there were many other privileges. The right to take Victoria County History

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    have been taken in by 1246 , when there was a boundary hedge of Cowley near what was later Magdalen Wood . 222 Beyond, in the forest itself 223 , the villagers had common rights by the 13th century. 224 Victoria County History

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    Gate House , Magdalen Hall , Magdalen Road , Magdalen Road Evangel ical Free Church , Magdalen Street , Magdalen Wood , Magpie Lane , Maidenhead ( Berks .) , Malaunay , Hugh, Mallinson , Thos., Malmesbury : Hen. of, Victoria County History

    Charles II, July 1673, 01 July 1673-31 July 1673

    free barony to be called the barony of Tannadace, and a ratification of the infeftments to Elizabeth Paterson and Magdalen Wood of the respective lands whereunto they are provided during their lifetimes. [ Docquet. Ibid. p . 258. ] July Subscribers-only content British History Online

    Henry VIII, November 1545, 26-30, 01 November 1545-30 November 1545

    and George Lysle to Ric. Heynes, of Southmeade. Manor of Southmeade in Wesbury parish, Glouc, and a wood called Magdalen Wood (9 ac.) there and common upon Trydlandowne. priory of St . Mary Magdalennext Bristol . (10th.) P . 17, British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the evening in question in Magdalen Wood. They had no stick or gun with them.-Wifiam Franklin, pensioned policeman, thought it was a quarter past seven when he and Savings saw the defendants in Magdalen Wood. He did not look at Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    trees, and gardener's cottage. An important feature of this beautiful property is the extensive and ro- mantic walks in Magdalen Wood, which ad- I joins tbe grounds, i rming a part of the celebrated Hackfall, a densely-wooded ravine, through which Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    On the Bth Inat., aged 3 years, Arthur Coe, 12,B»<i- ford-road North. On tha Sth inst., aged 32 yeara, Magdalen Wood, l^"' lane, Marsh. On the Bth Inst., aged 30 years, Ann Dearaly, « ife o£ Mr. John Henry Lydail, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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