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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Eyford

    of 1545, 91 but it may also or alternatively be the first of two outlying barns (the other was New Barn , built by 1824 ) 92 that marked the change from grazing to tillage. By the mid-19th century about

    Parishes Farmington

    New Barn Farm, on the main London road near the east boundary of the parish, was presumably another site originally occupied by a barn after 1714, though it was fairly soon followed by a dwelling. By 1777 the New Barn

    Avening Manors and other estates Tetbury Area c. 1974

    1823). He was succeeded by George Smith of Cirencester (d. 1836) 3 and the estate, comprising Linton farm and New Barn farm, was owned by Louisa Smith , possibly George's widow, in 1838 . 4 The estate apparently passed in

    Parishes Ansty

    in 1773 40 survived in 1983 among the farm buildings east of the house. In the earlier 19th century New Barn , south-east of the Salisbury-Shaftesbury road , was rebuilt, a pair of cottages, in 1983 one house, was erected


    was the road to Washington , the northern end that to Horsham . 50 It crossed a brook at New Barn by Brook or Mill bridge, mentioned from 1427 to 1608 , 51 and that at the northern boundary of

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Wednesday 10th October 1849

    were again out for some time, Albert superintending some pretty new plantations of cork & ever green oaks, near New Barn , on the road down to the sea. - We dined alone, & I began reading out of Walter

    Friday 25th October 1850

    all this she is so very sensible. - In the afternoon I walked with Alice, Lenchen, & Bertie to New Barn & round by the sea. - Dined alone & the 9 eldest children stayed up with me. They have

    Sunday 30th November 1851

    Service in the house as last Sunday. - Walked with the 2 eldest Children, going to New Barn , where we waited sometime, hoping to see the emigrants, but they never came, so we had to return without seeing them.

    Monday 1st December 1851

    sharp frost, & beautiful morning. - Lenchen walked with us, & we went again to New Barn , where, after waiting a little, we saw the poor people, as they were waiting outside & coming out from the Kitchen, each

    Saturday 29th November 1851

    taking our 2nd walk, with the Boys, we heard from Blandford , who had served out the soup at New Barn , that the poor emigrants had seemed truly thankful & happy for this relief. - Dinner as usual, with

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Southampton water, with Portsmouth and Spithead in the dist once. Including the park, Os- borne great wood, and New Barn Farm, it contains 376 acres. But to this is added the Barton Farm, contain. ing 441 acres, making a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. Brotherton, Esq., M.P. for Salford, shall consist of a monument over his tomb, in the Salford cemetery, at New Barn, and of a bronze statue in the Peel park, Salford. The commission for the statue has been given to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Saturday, 30, Brockeridge Et lsyreYTsRoP (at 10.45).-This day December26, Pomfret Castle; n , Wednesday, 27, Bledlngton Mill; Yriday, 29, New Barn; Satur- day, 30, Dytchley. Y LEDsURY (at i1).-This day, December 26, Ledbury Cross; Sr Wednesday, 27, Ridgeway Cross; Friday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    December 29, Atanmstone; Tuesday, January 2, Thruxton ; Friday, 6, Fown. bloie Villogii. HDYTTIRrO (at 10.45).-Thle day, Deccrnber 29, New Barn; Saturday, 30, Dytehley. Les)uSUrY (at l1).-Tlhl sday,IDecamber29, Payford Bridge; Saturday, 30, Red Lion, Huntley - lMo nday; January 1, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (at 11).-This day, November 13, Bredon's Norton ICrose Rtoadsle Saturday. 15, Brockeridge Conmmon. Ii llRYTsenor (at 11).-Fridlay, November 14, New Barn ; Stuntr. aday , 15, Mynsham Hall. zLiaD1m1u1a' (at 11).-Frishay, November 14. Rlidgeway Cross; Saturday, 15, lilaisdton ; Monday, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Keeling - Kyffin

    1689 (2) GOLD, appr, 1650, to John Hastings, fr, 1657, L, 1667 (3) f Thomas Kenton als Mathewes of New Barn, Wilts, clothier (4) Goldsmith and banker (running cash, 1677) (5) Cf Francis Kenton of St Vedast, 1662, mar (A)


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