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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Rampton Economic history

    the parish. Just south of the village closes and alongside the brook was a strip of common land called New Ground , connecting at its west end with Cow common. 14 The topography of the parish was little changed on

    Parishes Great Washbourne

    furze and thorns were to be cleared from the town leasow, 88 may indicate attempts at improvement, and the New Ground inclosure named in 1812 89 may have been an inclosure of rough grazing land made after 1622. The good

    Parishes Noke

    Field 118 -the name survives. If, besides the 7 furlongs, Log Field once included adjoining land, called after inclosure New Ground , its area would have been about 80 acres, a third of the whole Common Field, and it may

    Parishes Appleton

    were inclosed in 1831 , 9 when the following 'old inclosures' are mentioned: Eaton Heath , the Top of New Ground , Maid's Close, the Copse, Crab Tree Close, Common Close. 10 In the 10th-century boundaries of Appleton occur: Docca's

    Swindon Agriculture, trade, mills and markets

    arable, to be divided into small inclosed fields. Already by the year of the inclosure a pasture ground, called New Ground , had been made within the north arable field. 17 In all 668 a. were inclosed. But, divided among

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 4, Chapter 2 Suburbs without the Walls. Benefactors.

    said Legacy, if she thought good. Which she hath since done. Which 100l. was laid out in purchasing the New Ground on the East side of the Chapel, by the Trustees of the said Chapel. The Interest of which Money

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was full. It was chiefly with a view to reserve the New Ground for parishioners, and not to throw it open as a Cemetery, that the New Ground was conveyed ' so as to be held in like manner acd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    me that not one of the negroes belonging to the gang he wrought in when he first came to New Ground was now alive. He came up to-the overseer's door at shell-blow one day, and gave in, as is the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with icnnndltae LIpeaeescion, No. 2. BINGLEY WAREIO USES, close to l~iricu. Streot.-Brclnlre at No, 1. 67liA 1'0 ice LET, New Ground Floor S11IPPIN, S fect long,. witk T.'Yard. Alan, Front Office over.-Appl toSilder, on the Pro- mineiec Heathroill Lane, acjeoilrng Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ZORn SAN~raR-H______ wh P~,irie the owner's flarie c~b8 too sml o ae ht Twenty Gulneso NO ~ yt1 tet Poev StebPe. Frso Stree. W11 I~~~~ara. er ~ ~ abAtollet.St. Sale, handsoeBakMr7 er ,12hahaptc IF~~~Oxp etisaWith eato.uitabrns Hoss-e, t h Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Stroet. 518 G 0ROMt.-Ladlfor aCob. Oee only whok imwa hIs budnlnes-35% G"George Street, rarade. 03097 MAN 'Wanted, aceustomed to New Ground. Work and. General Gadrl A - boetecai 9 and 30 a.m., I, 14 Verte ae, Clhad Valley Nurseries, lfdbaston. Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Supplementary Records, Haverbrack and Arnside

    unto the town of Beetham beginning at a place opposite to the north-east end of a certain field called New Ground and in the occupation of Thomas Saul and extending from thence to the boundary line which divides the Division

    Chancery Proceedings, 1558-1753

    parcel of the said farm or pasture, were allotted unto the said Nicholas Jones; that is to wit, the New Ground, lately enclosed, the New Close, the Lytle Medowe adjoining to the same new close, 9 acres of meadow lying

    Entry Book, September 1661, 01 September 1661-30 September 1661

    a constat of certain parcels of land, detailed, discovered and petitioned for by Walter Gallopher, viz.: New Park or New Ground in New Windsor, decayed tenements in Highgate and in Crooked Lane, London, and a small cottage in Islington. Ibid

    Entry Book, November 1690, 1-15, 01 November 1690-30 November 1690

    close called Shepsters Croft of one acre, the field called the Barnfield of two acres, the close called the New Ground of two acres, ditto called Killfield of six acres, ditto called the Bent of four acres, ditto called the

    Entry Book, June 1684, 17-20, 01 June 1684-30 June 1684

    by patent under the Exchequer seal petitioner was granted a lease of the waste lands and sand called the New Ground, containing 20 acres in the parish of Lydney, co. Gloucester, near to and south of the Severn, left by


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