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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Pertwood

    the parish there were 2 large arable fields, namely West Field and Middle Field , and 3 smaller arable fields, two of them apparently subdivisions of Middle Field , and the third possibly made from the down at a fairly

    Ickenham Introduction

    Brook where it entered the parish north of the modern airfield. Adjoining this Brook Mead was Ickenham Marsh . Middle Field and Bleak or Black Hill were inside the loop of the Yeading Brook on the banks of which were

    Parishes Atherstone

    inclosed, and here, near to the road, were the pinfold and two brick-kilns. Atherstone itself was surrounded by the Middle Field . The town comprised a single row of houses built along each side of the Watling Street . At

    The City of Coventry The outlying parts of Coventry : Walsgrave-on-Sowe

    of open field joined only to Middle Field near the village. This probably represents the earliest encroachments on the waste; although physically distinct, parts of it were grouped in Ansty Field and Middle Field . The Outer Waste, in the

    Harefield Economic and social history HAREFIELD PARISH

    until the 17th century had vanished by the mid-18th century. Among them are Smith Field , South Field , Middle Field , Free Field, Shireborne Field, 99 North Field , and Hill Field . 1 From the 16th to the

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.I.2407

    : fieldname Caudgate (Caudgate) : fieldname East Field (East Field) : fieldname South Field (South Field) : fieldname Middle Field(Middle Field) : fieldname Long Field (Long Field) : fieldname New Close (New Close) : fieldname North West Field (North

    CHANC.CP.1851/1

    Brow) : township Location: East Harlsey (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): East Harsley (East Harsley) : undefined Location: Osmotherley (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Middle Field(Middle Field) : fieldname Chowhouse Field (Chowhouse Field) : fieldname Location: Acklam (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Acklam (Acklam) : ecclesiastical parish Location:

    CP.G.1083

    (Durham) Place(s): West Thickley (Westylkley) : undefined Location: Durham (Dunelm) : city Location: West Field (Westfeild) : fieldname Location: Middle Field (Mydlefeild) : fieldname Location: Heighington (Durham) Place(s): Heighington (Heighington) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Durham Location: York (Yorke) : city

    CP.H.2328

    in Cleveland, county of York Location: Hever Field (Hever Feild) : fieldname Hooton in Cleveland, county of York Location: Middle Field (Midle Feild, Middlefeild) : fieldname Hooton in Cleveland, county of York Location: Wheat Field (Wheat Feild) : fieldname Hooton

    CP.H.5036

    Close (Calfe Close) : fieldname Cannot identify Location: Spellow Carr (Spellow Carr, Spallow Carr) : fieldname Cannot identify Location: Middle Field (Myddlefeild, Middle Feild) : fieldname Cannot identify Location: Cow Close (Cow Close) : fieldname Cannot identify Location: Tap Field

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LAND, a- lying';Dst Kialiegley los, aoatbO t0 Knottinghey !1. afperpid, I - '- I '. 11 S 25 lt Middle Field Claoe, - - 6 o 27 Next large Do. - 6H o o s. Nexit Do. Do. - s Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tiw'n sie/i, the North Part Of the Middle 'owTn Fseldt, as divideti froin the Residue, tire Luilh Croft, the Middle Field, nod the Nether Fir/1 containing tonetlier, by Fstimation, Fourteen Acres and 'I'wenty Percies, be tl~e satire siore or less, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wrk. B,. 1& -,The rMeaiow and Little Croft, I.......5.... 15 I The Coppice, ...4............ .; 4' 2 T ,The Middle Field .7 2. Fp The Near Jack Clough Field, .............. 5. 8 R ,The Far Ditto. ............ , ;,336 B Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    x'. R. The Meadow and Little Croft . .......i.... I5 1 The Coppice . ............. . s22 . The Middle Field ....2.................. 2 ...1 The Nrsr Jack Cirugih Field . ............. 5 S8 rTie Far Ditto. ....1 .1 , The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (titat is to say), - Days' IVrA. 1l. -'Ie Meadow anti Little Croft . ..........IS I Coppice . . Middle Field ...................... 2 i'he Near Jack Cluiugh Field . ..... 5 5 The Far Ditto . .........-.--..-- r 4S 'the Subscribers-only content

 

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