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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Abbot's Langley

    he paid no rent, for which default Abbot Thomas seized fifty of his animals by way of distraint. Later, Nash Mills was held by the lords of the manor of Hide till 1605. 4 Hunton Mill formed part of the

  • * British History Online *

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    Index of persons and Places, A

    Northumberland, 414. Abbeylow Grange , co. Westmorland, 180. Abbeyside , co. Northumberland, 418. Abbots Langley , co. Herts., Nash Mills in, 312. Abbott , (Abbot, Abot), , a maltster, 53, 64. -, Gilbert, lieutenant, Gibson's regiment, 275. -, Mordecai [Clerk

    Warrants etc, April 1698, 16-30, 16 April 1698-30 April 1698

    9 0 parcel of meadow ground there 2 0 tenement and lands there 5 0 ditto there 4 0 Nash Mills in Abbots Langley 2 8 manor of Aldbury alias Eldbury 16 0 Theobald's mansion house and park 13 4

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that the new signals on the North- Western Railway, though they did not serve to prevent the collision at Nash Mills, yet availed much to diminish its violence. But we question whether the coal train would have been despatched in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    interval. It was proceeding at its usual speed of forty miles an hour until sighting the red signal at Nash Mills, near aKing's Langley. The dri ver states that he did all in his -power to stop his train. He Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sinla oxmoor in that interval. it was proceedn atisusual speed of forty miles an hd)our until Sighigtered signal at Nash Mills, near at Kings Langley Th rvr states that he did all in his power to stop hi train. He Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the archssolo pst, and thencet she has just rsturaed, engaged to be married to Mr. John Evans, of Nash Mills, Hertfordshire, whose namae is well known in amerilogical circles. v Princess Christian. of Sobleawie-Holetein, who was r accompanied by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    interval. It was proceeding at its USUAL speed of forty miles an hour until sighting the red signal at Nash Mills, near King's Langley; the driver states that he did all in his power to stop his train. He was, Subscribers-only content

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