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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Enfield Growth before 1850

    gates: Park, Parsonage Lane, Phipps Hatch , and Mores Hatch . 70 Two more gates, at the end of New Lane (later Lavender Hill ) and at Whitewebbs, led into the Chase from the east in 1656 , when there

    Street-Names Street-names

    Street ( 1772 ): made in 1553 by William Tresham , sub-dean of Christ Church ; Tresham 's or New Lane ( 1614 ); Blue Boar Lane (mid 17th cent.); Bear Lane ( 1751 ). Brasenose Lane (by 1850 ):

    Townships Burscough

    Southport to Wigan , which crosses the township to the north of the canal and has a station called New Lane . Burscough village lies to the south of the above. In Burscough the sites of several ancient crosses are

    Wheldrake

    . 9 Eastwards from the village the main street continues towards the Derwent as New Lane , before leading southwards to Thorganby . New Lane dates from c . 1300, when it was diverted from a more southerly course 10

    Enfield Communications ENFIELD c. 1750

    formerly grown there; 4 the eastern part was called New Lane in 1867 and Lancaster Road by 1898 . 5 Chase Side , running northward from Chase Green to New Lane ( Lavender Hill ), probably existed as Woodside in

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

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    CP.F.104

    township Location: Doncaster, St George (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Doncaster (Doncastr) : township Location: York : city Place(s): YorkBootham (Bowthom) : urban area Location: New Lane (Newlane) : street name Cannot identify Location: York : city Place(s): YorkMarygate (Sayntemarygate) : street name

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    or lute of 86, Newman Street, Oxford l ,y Streeta Middlesex, manufaciuring jnveller a At D irou, Lavender load, New Lane, Enfield, Middlesex, I biDoloTe Jo0nsTCom end JaBsI:s JoHsNsroN, LoW Coleshiil, v Cumberland, farmers. . h S JOHeN Lmorr COLLNY, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    commission, £300. ; clerk of the works' salary, £20.0 boundary wall, £2,600. ; completing roads outside the Cemetery in New Lane and Moor Lane, £000.;- park f ence and hedge at the two ends of the Cemetery, £~363 fencing around Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Now Cemetery, containingI 5A.1.2t. 12'., or there-- abouts. Let 2.-Ditto ditto, on ,Field adjofinin~g the Now Cemetery, ill New Lane, containing 6A. Onl. 32r., or thereabouts. Let 3.-The excellent Cr,)l of BARLEY, growing oid Field adjoin- irg Lot 1, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    into a road eighteen feet uside, rains from the main entrance in Moor Lanue to the opposi1te entrance in New Lane, and forms the only mark of division between the greusrd Whiee is to'be consecrated and that whirhlsai to be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a road eighteen feet wide, runs from the main entrance in Moor Lane to the oppo- site entrance in New Lane, and forms the only mark of division between the ground which is oosxe. crated by the Bishop of the Subscribers-only content

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