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

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    CP.H.5507

    of Thomas Hardisty senior, also deceased, who was father of Thomas Hardisty junior, deceased, and William Hardisty Participant: George Hardisty [Hardisty] Role: defendant Details: male Participant: William Horner [Horner] Role: defendant Details: male Location: New Close(New Close) : fieldname

    CP.H.1269

    Dand [Dandy; Dandi] Role: defendant Details: male Location: York (Ebor') : diocese Location: Aldbroughe (Aldbroughe) : ecclesiastical parish Cannot identify Location: New Close (Newclose, New Close) : fieldname Cannot identify - spelling modernised Location: Aldbroughe (Aldbrough) : township Cannot identify

    CP.H.1267

    defendant Details: male Location: York (Ebor') : diocese Notes: Cannot identify the surname 'Walkerfeild'. Location: Aldbroughe (Aldbroughe) : ecclesiastical parish Cannot identify Location: New Close (Newclose) : fieldname Cannot identify - spelling modernised Location: Aldbrough (Aldbrough) : township Cannot identify

    CP.H.1384

    (Ebor') : diocese Participant: Roger Walkerfield [Walkerfeild] Role: defendant Details: male Participant: William Thorp [Thorpe] Role: defendant Details: male Location: Yorkshire Place(s): Aldbrough (Aldbrough) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Yorkshire Place(s): New Close (Newclose) : fieldname Location: Westminster (Westm') : undefined

    CP.G.2112

    Crambe (Crawmbe) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Broom Close (Browm Close) : fieldname Cannot identify - spelling modernised. Location: New Close(New Close) : fieldname Cannot identify - spelling modernised. Location: South Ing Leas (Sowth Ynge Leas) : undefined Cannot identify

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Oakington Economic history

    the vil lage, 46 a. in Osmoor field, 80 a. in New Close field, and 86 a. in Mill field, together with 11 a. of meadow; in New Close and Mill fields much lay in blocks of 3-5 a. or

    Milton Economic history

    occupied the northern half of Milton , 300 a. in the east and 85 a. in the west, later New Close farm, being separated by the 200-a. Rectory farm. South field was mostly divided into ten smaller allotments. 67 Following

    Burton-upon-Trent Public services

    from New Close was assigned under an inclosure Act of 1771 partly for street lighting, which was included in the powers of the improvement commissioners appointed in 1779 . 6 From 1815, however, the application of the New Close income

    Milton Manor and other estates

    1871), master of Emmanuel College , Cambridge , bought Manor farm with 96 a., and Prof. Charles Babington acquired New Close farm, 92 a. 71 In 1873 the Revd. C. Kinleyside sold Manor farm with 275 a. to the Revd.

    Parishes Upper Winchendon

    , 11 and he or his descendants must have made the inclosures known in the next century as the New Close , Water Mead , Bulls Water Mead , Stony Down , 12 le Combe , le Nashe, le Pitts

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - past Eerrn.-Tluis day, March 28, at Great Stukely, Wednesday, March 10, at Bulwoik Frlday, April 1. at Eiton New Close. Douse Or Gar}rrON'a iousens, at Ri6vere-Thie day, March 28. at Preston Capes; Wednesday, March 30, Cowper'a Oak (Yardley Chana); Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Gocoinglon. Bridge. BION.G. FITZWILLIAMt'S HotusND3c hcrlf-iroi Eletecsa-Wedues. day March 30 at Buiwick , Friday, April 1, at FLlton New Close. 1)UrEl OF GRtAFTON'S EounIu, aet Ekvcn-ra.-edneaday, Matcoh 10, Cowerpr's Oak (Yardley Climea); Friday, April 1, at itadston. The HrXVaEaeeOr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Birtwistle Street, Accrington, fruiterer and fDEI dealer. CHARLES WVALTER BERRY, Priargate and Marsh Lane, Pres. ton, draper. Joncrit GooDnwiN, New Close Fields, Dilborne, farmer. ; 0Ozasos RIcIIen TuRPIN, Upspar RushalL Street, Walsall, painter. ('lAStLES JosEP= BITHELL, Cross Lanes, Bangor, publican. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    , rys Y.>' 1>. or?i a:ns: free otl 3pplicacion to tlleir A:;:ecrs. . - . .. TES j & CO. S. <'ross loue, t.ridotz. 1: G. nr tLett 1z2AGETS CO'LL T4Fw SONP For Irfrc¢tow Di2te Rv.'BIG T i7S CO-u:3 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    same to as Allotmetnt otade to jlosepyh Nothler, ,a hich I distinsuiah by the Namin of Nother 's Roid, NEW CLOSE ROAD. One otier Occupitirn lR-id of the Width of Eighteen Fret, bhgrining frrm. the before mentioned Florbury Mili Road Subscribers-only content

 

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