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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Landwade Landwade c. 1930

    Middle Ages the settlement ran along Blakeponde, which ran south-eastwards from where the 15th-century parish church stan ds towards New Farm house (in Exning ) on Fordham Road . There were at least three houses on the 'highway' c .

    Parishes Leckford

    about a mile southeast of the latter to the north of the main road from Stockbridge to Basingstoke is New Farm , which once formed part of the manor of Leckford Abbess. Leckford Village The soil is light and chalky

    Lambourne Introduction

    of Forest Lodge . The Parish Room at Lambourne End is a small wooden building probably of mid-19th-century date. New Farm is ¼ mile south-east of Abridge . It is a red-brick house dated 1744. Although considerably altered it has

    Elsworth Economic history

    1639 70 perhaps led to a windmill on a site just south of the Huntingdon road near the modern New Farm , probably occupied in 1800 71 as later by a smock mill. Another windmill, surviving in the 1920s ,

    Parishes Brinkley

    village, on the road running the length of the parish, the first two being there by 1824 . 7 New Farm and Cockerton 's Farm lie along the same road, to the south-east of the village. The Cambridge-Newmarket railway line

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Jubilee Lodge

    Lodge of Queensland on the 30th April 1920 Meeting Places Masonic Hall, Wickham Street, Valley, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia 1917 Masonic Rooms, New Farm, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia 1897 Hotel Cecil , Strand, England , England 1921Brisbane , Queensland , Australia 1896

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    America, just republished in a neat little volume by the Messrs Dana, of New York,-the Old Farin and the New Farm (4). 1' A Pretty Story, written in the Year of our " Lord, 1774, by Peter Grievous, Esq., A.B.C.D.E.," Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by id V11 Mr. J., Anscombe, the Manager of the Sewage Farm, to Sell It by Anotion, on the New Farm Premises, Tybsern (five msinutes' walk from Castle Broniwich Station), on WEDNESDAY NEXT,. toMay 28, at 2Oeclocke- 30 Grand Fat Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    instruce yo'Cloc M r. J. Anscaoinh, the. Manager of the Sewage FarmtoSl oticer I OES by Auction. onl the New Farm .Preminiae. Tyburn (ivre mnts'satin n eats wsalk from Castle Bremsecih Stetion),,TO'3ORROW (Wednesdasy), x %. [o162 May 28, at 2 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to propertby of the Board, asad specially fed for thle Whiiteen- ocos an side market, was held. at the New Farm Buildings, Bai has. Tvburn, on Wednesday last. The selection. and mauner aces )r. in' wvhich the stock was brouight Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a good Dairy of new Milk. 40 to 60 gallons y .L wlnter and summDer.--For psrtjculrs. app!y, Peter Brishoinrn.t~ New Farm, U finglon, halop. cSi -ZAddress. A. 113, Daily Post, C%0ds 4Ci42.lalltetd Share good Building Society: no) InIterest; epy a: Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, B, 01 January 1682-31 December 1682

    from letter from, mentioned letter to, mentioned Berwick-on-Tweed documents dated at information from, mentioned Mayor of. See Luck, John. New Farm within bounds of, conventicle at Berwickshire , commissions in militia foot and horse in Besancon , France, letter about Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, March 1682, 01 March 1682-31 March 1682

    Newcastle. This day sennight two or three hundred people went out of this town to a conventicle at the New Farm within the bounds of Berwick, it not being half a mile from the bound road. When I had notice Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Have I a vote?, 1880

    the Property is situato or name of Property If known by any, or namo of occupying tenant.* Stubble Farm New Farm and Stubblo Farm * If there has been a succession of occupancies during the twelve months they must all Subscribers-only content

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