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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Thruxton

    of the Local Government Board. The following place-names occur in records relating to Thruxton : Comesland 4 (xvi cent.); Maiden Down 5 (xviii cent.). Manor There can be little doubt that of the four Annes named in Domesday under Andover

    Wilsford

    Brake Ground , and South, Middle and Inner Hams in the valley below the village. The down, sometimes called Maiden Down , was referred to as a sheep sleight or walk. In Wilsford the principal fields were known only as

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, M, 01 July 1683-30 September 1683

    Ambassador at Magus Moor , Fife, body of Andrew Gulan ( q.v .) to be hung in chains on Maiden Down [?Somerset ] Maidstone , Kent, assizes at Maine (Main, Mayne), Samuel, brother of Simon, examination of to find sureties Subscribers-only content

    General Index, M, 01 April 1700-31 March 1702

    Father, information from Mahometans , and the Greek Church, slaves, exchanged for English Mahon , Mr., caveat entered by Maiden Down , co. Devon, fairs at Maidstone , co. Kent, post warrant to, gaol, commitment to Maidwell , Lewis, Bill Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, July 11-15, 1683, 11 July 1683-20 July 1683

    7. [ Ibid. No . 150 I. ] The examination of John Peard of Barnstaple. He met Weach at Maiden Down, who, when asked what news was going, answered that the Duke of Monmouth was declared a traitor for being Subscribers-only content

    William III, December 1700, 01 December 1700-31 December 1700

    to the king of John Sanford, esq., setting forth that a waste piece of land belonging to him, called Maiden Down, co. Devon, adjoins several towns and parishes which are very populous and mostly consist in trade, the inhabitants whereof Subscribers-only content

    General Index, W, Y, Z, 01 April 1700-31 March 1702

    Welham , Thomas, elected scholar of Winchester Wellbye , Mr., and colonel Hussey Wellington , co. Somerset, fairs at Maiden Down requested by inhabitants of Wells , John, king's counsel for Robert, lieutenant of invalids Thomas, petition for writ of Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HOUNDS- Meet at 11. Friday, November 21, The Dry Tree, Goonhilly. Monday, November 24, The Nine Maiden Down. Thursday, November 27, Boskymer Bridge. WESTERN FOX HOUNDS- Meet at 11. Friday, November 21. Sheffield. Tuesday, November 25, New Mill. Friday, November Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sir John- Wednesday, Wilverley Post, 11. Tickham- Thursday, Sharsted Court ; Saturday, Bredgar, 10.30. Tiverton (late Mr. Rayner's)- Thursday. Maiden Down, IL Tivyside- Monday, Cenarth ; Thursday, Penherber, 10.45. United- Saturday, Aston Hall, 11. Vaughan-Davies's, Mr.- Tuesday, Tan-y-Bwlch ; Friday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Monday, Duthlas ; Saturday, Knighton, 10.30. Tiekham- Tuesday, Sharsted Court ; Thursday, Bredgar; Satur- day, Delniont. 10.45. Tiverton- Monday, Maiden Down ; Thursday, Staple Cross, 11. Tivy-side- Monday, Newcastle Emlyu ; Thursday, Tenylan ; Saturday, Rhydo-.veu, 11. Tynedale- Monday, Stagshaw Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Park ; Friday Stubton, 11. Shrewsbury- Tuesday, Bolswardyte Hail ; Friday, Bav- ston Hill, 10 45. Shropshire, North- Monday, Maiden Down ; Thursday, Suspension Bridge, 11. Sinnington- Tuesday, Helmsley; Friday, Welbura, Southdown- Monday, Shortgate ; Thursday, Willingdon ; Friday, Erringhain Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and ox, bred and fed by George Brown, esq. of Avebury, Wilts. Amongst the sheep were some remarkably fine Maiden Down ewes, bred arid fed by Sir J. W. Pollen, of Redenham House ; some fine full-mouthed wethers, fed by Subscribers-only content

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