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  • * Victoria County History *

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    North Leigh Local government

    common from the 16th century. 8 In the late 15th century and earlier 16th separate tithingmen were elected for New Well End and Church End , but a single constable served for the whole manor. 9 From the later 16th

    North Leigh Introduction

    End through New Well End and North Leigh village to New Yatt , with a few isolated farms and cottages away from the road, has changed in density since the Middle Ages, some areas, notably New Well End, losing houses,

    North Leigh Manor and other estates

    , he was appointed steward by Sir Thomas 's widow Elizabeth. 25 By 1581 Simon had a house at New Well End, a cottage at East End , 2 ½yardlands, said to comprise 77 a. of arable land, a small

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    , fair, farms, Bridewell , Holly (Foly) Court, Perrottshill, feast, fields, glebe, heath, inc., inns, man., man. ho., mills, New Well End, New Yatt , nonconf., Osney Hill , q.v . par. officers, place name, poor relief, pop., prehist. rem.,

  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the Accounts, Town Treasurer, 1555-6

    the sheref of Fyf, be ane precept datit xix Junij, vj li Item, to Walter Dawlin, kepar of the New Well, be ane precept dated xviij Augusti, xx s Item, the foure menstrallis that playit on Sanct Jelis day, be

    Extracts from the Accounts, Town Treasurer, 1552-3

    gallois, xl d Summa of the haill extraordinar, xlviij li viij s iiij d The expenses maid on the New Well at the townis command, as efter followis particularie: Item, in the first, payit on Saiterday at even, quhilk wes

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A. 15, Daily Post. - - . c1193 1LERIK or Timekeeper.-Wanted, a Situation. Moderate salary .J reqaired.-Addres. D. Lewvis, New Well, Persybont, Bandior- bre. 'eDSe ILEIi rind Book.keeper (experieniced) ewisheea *Re-engagement. .J Respectable references as regards chsracter aid capiability.- ddrees, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    _ _ _ _ _ c1l it OL ilui, - neiv improved Shaping BlachInes,6 8 inchesalways -I v-adly. 305, New Well Drill. takes In 6ft, diameter. £15.- R ley, Son, and Co., Tanlmnakers, Sheffieldl. . 45S7 - ANO.-flandsome Cottage, foil Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    \CSpE.-_A good Second-hand Mlthoganly V, - -11 fee,.OO0S fidAI, price LIS, at S, lloldoworthm an ot Bli'tOhInhl Wo fremSATY, New Well', Wak tefield. 10197 Lo~nd, ~~ 250 0 rota~~~~~~~~,i of [54- BOBBINS. FAial : A phly tnt V, West Bar, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TO AD)VERTISERS. AVipititts shou1ld not in& anyi canse ntO onrGiNAL rtmnal.but copies oeurO.. "Address' [capitoletot er- arid nul~4srT means tie applicants are to Write, and not to apply personalls. AZI Letters tit answer to Advert iserutaSit thrtousjhth f -atrdne Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -Jas. Harinow. - Jm -Pdwin Davia and Co. , S. Iolodeworth and a i , Fesmne and Hasten, Sons, New Well, :0- RsdA1eaIck1-WVm. Atkinson. Whifty-Watzon Dobleon, &Soils. 119 ~~~W. D. &eS. Hoeshall. York -J. and IL Day. 1 M;allen, -W. Subscribers-only content

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