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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Twentieth century Chester 1914-2000 Housing and suburban development, 1945-74

    c . 1980 the estate was built up. A spacious layout prevailed also at Newton and Upton . The Newton Hall estate was built between 1957 and 1960 , Plas Newton between 1960 and 1966 , 15 and Upton Park

    Parishes Hauxton and Newton

    Lord Walston sold Newton Hall with 12 a. of grounds to the National Seed Development Organization in 1970 , but the Walstons retained the remaining farm land in 1980 as part of their Thriplow estate. Newton Hall was built by

    Parishes St Oswald's - Introduction

    Ryton . 80 The North Eastern Railway line separates Frankland Park from Newton Hall . There was a capital messuage here in 1465 . 81 Newton Hall , which was pulled down in 1926 , stood on high ground about

    Manors and estates in and near the city

    until the mid 1930s . 97 Thereafter their land was sold off, the Newton Hall housing estate being built over it 1957-60 . 98 Newton Hall , residence of the Hurlestons and later let to tenants or sold, stands in

    Wisbech Hundred Newton Plan of St. James's Church

    but settled at Newton and in 1709 married Susan daughter and heiress of Jeffrey Colvile , owner of the Newton Hall estate. Jeffrey Colvile had died in 1699 leaving Susan, his only surviving child, who had married as her first

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, N, O, 01 January 1627-29 February 1628

    Newport Pagnel New Prison Newsham , co. Durham Newstead Newton , Isle of Wight mayor and others, letter to Newton Hall , document dated from New year's gifts Nicholas , Edward, his minutes of businesses to be propounded to the Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, August 1536, 21-31, 21 August 1536-31 August 1536

    fee simple of the manors of Felton, Gosford, Newton Hall, Berle, Hawkwell, Woodbourn, and Thornton, Northumb.; and all messnages, & c., in the vills, parishes and hamlets of Felton, Gosford, Newton Hall, Berle, Hawkwell, Woodeburn, Thornton, Riddismouth, South Boteland, Wallikhall,

    Yorkshire Fines, 1580

    Gargrave, esq. Henry Darcye, kt., John Darcye, Nicholas Darcye, Francis Darcye, and Edward Darcye Manor of Skotthall als . Newton Hall, and 8 messuages and 3 mills with lands in Potter Newton. A warrant against the heirs of Arthur Darcye

    Index, N, O

    letter dated at, 290. Newton Ferrers (Ferrys), Devonsh., 1383: g. 1417 (9). Newton Garth , Yorks., g. 519 (1). Newton Hall , Nthld., g. 385 (30). Newton Underwood , Nthld., g. 385 (30). New Years' gifts , 163, 1397. Neyll

    James 1 - volume 158, January 1624, 01 January 1624-31 January 1624

    from Parliament. Jan. 14. Grant to Jas. Maxwell and his heirs, on rental, of the Manors of Felton, Thorneton, Newton Hall, Gosforth, and other lands in Northumberland, value 73 l . 6 s . 8 d . per ann., late Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sophia Flower, eldest llIghter of Lord Viscount Ashbrook. At lclighana onl the 2,2ad inst. th Rev. J. Wood, of Newton Hall, Cheshire, to arY, daughter of the late Jho hnugent, Seq. of Clay Hill, Epsom. On tile Oth inst. at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    remain, Sir, " ' Your oblioud and faithiul servant, (gigned) cc 'DI DURt-A' " ' H. J. Spearman, Esq. Newton Hall.' " -The Chairman ther proceeded as follows:- c It would be a trial upon your temper, gentlenen, if I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    POLITICAL NEWTS. THE "EN HonRs' BILL.-A public meeting of factory operatives was held in 21 inchester on Monday, to protest against the Government systern of legislation upon this measure, Mr T. Fielden in the chair. The fleeting was numerously Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ball, 10s. ; workpcople of Mr. J. Idiens, 9s. 3d.-Doao- a tionss: Mr. George M. Turner, £20.; Mr. F. Newton Hall, s £2. 2s., Mr. J. WVells, 21.; collected by Mr. James r Baxter, Ss. 6d.; contents of boxes in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bers of the London and Paris branches of the Positivist rs Society. In London a meeting was held at Newton Hall, hi Fetter Lanc A liaper was read by Mr. Frederic Harrison is on the memory of Augustus Comte and Subscribers-only content


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