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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Broad Chalke

    , and in the narrower part west of it are the hamlets or farmsteads of East Gurston, West Gurston, Mount Sorrel , and Little London . The lands of Broad Chalke township, c . 3,700 a., extended north and south

    Parishes Bower Chalke

    Gent . ( 1846 ), i. 97-8. Ibid. ( 1871 ), 98. W.R.O., EA/181. Ibid. 776, sale cat. of Mount Sorrel farm, 1903. W.R.O., Inland Revenue, val. reg. 176. Below, Broad Chalke , manors. First Pembroke Survey , ed. Straton,

    Victoria County History

    Rectory Reddish's, 41, 45; and see Chalke, Broad: Reddish Ho . Manor Farm , 38, 45 mills, 38, 48 Mount Sorrel , q.v . New Town , 39; and see Chalke, Broad: London , Little place name, 37 poor relief,

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, A, 01 October 1672-28 February 1673

    the county palatine of Chester Adami , Johannes, countryman of Michael Kys Adams , Richard, Congregational, and his house, Mount Sorrel, Leicestershire, licences to Adderley , Charles, commission to Addison , John Additional Aid , the Act for granting the Subscribers-only content

    Acts of the Court of High Commission, 01 November 1634-30 November 1634

    this present. Thomas Baxter, clerk, of Burton Latimer. Cause to be reported. fol. 133 b . Robert Remington, of Mount Sorrel, co. Leicester. Case of the office to be proved by the third session from this present. William [Henry? ] Subscribers-only content

    Volume G 247, April 1648, 01 April 1648-30 April 1648

    Sutton Cheney. Rich. Churchman, Earl Shilton. Phil. Wale. Little Ashby. George Font, E., Foston. Wm. Bloxum, Elston. Hum. Burrowes, Mount Sorrel. Jonas Davy, " Edw. Wright, Ashby de la Zouch. John Temple, " Sam. Jackson, " Abr. Casey, " Wm. Subscribers-only content

    Preface

    Langton; Westerby; Wigston; Witherley. Congregational. Leicestershire (no particular place); Castle Donington; Dyesworth Grange; Fleckney; Great Bowden; Husbands Bosworth; Kilby; Mount Sorrel; Tonge in Breedon; Tur Langton; Wanliff Grange; Wigston Magna. Baptist. Barwell; Bosworth; Earl Shilton; Fleckney; Kilby; Leicester; Lubenham; Lutterworth; Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    their influence to discountenance smookinig among juveniles. -Mr. W. Evans, Mr. A. Lees (WaLsall), Mr. Cholerton (Derby) Mr. Smith (Mount Sorrel), Mr. B. Baldwin (Lugh-. .borough), Mr. Colman (Peterborough, the Rev. W. Dyson (Hitchin), Mr. Buntidge (Ripley)l, and the Rev. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Darwin, Cambridge, Bralelnell, Hulme. Altrin- chamn, 6Southport, Longtnn, Ashtonunader-Lyne, Brackley, Stanley. Shrewebury, Droylodon, St. Helens, Swindon, Chleltoubsu, hlonkwdarmontb, Canterbury, Mount Sorrel, Tisbury, Wedneshury, Stourbridge, Glasgow, Wolver- hampton, Derby, Nottingham, Birmingham, Plymouth, Newcastle, BristolLeods. Portsmouth;Blackburd, Preston, Devonport, Brighton, Liverpool, Maschoster, Dublin, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in a state of intoxication-and when so is a perfect maniac-drove over to the top of the cliff of Mount Sorrel quarry which is worked by Mr. J. Martin, the high.sheriff, and after un- harnessing his horse and turning it Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Correspondent. TH4 DPuNKEN OUTRAGE AT MOUNT SoRRELn, LXICESTBSUIaRs.-With 'reference to the drunken freak perpetrated by the man Webster, at Mount Sorrel itone quarries, Leicestershire, on' Wednesday, we have received the following particulars from our correspondent :-For rome time past a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thrown a trap over the precipice of Mount Sorrel Qearry on to him (the deceased) when at work with others below, was resumed on Tuesday, at the Exhibition Pablic House, Mount Sorrel, before J. GregoryEeq., (Oroner, when, after, evidence had Subscribers-only content

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