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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Tusmore

    may have soon followed the depopulation and imparking of the 14th century: Barley Close , Townsend Close , and North Close are mentioned in a deed of 1629. 86 In the Middle Ages there may have been a twofield system,

    Thame Topography, manors and estates THAME 1959 THAME PARK

    ' West Close ' between the west end of the village and London Way towards Tetsworth , and ' North Close ' lay between Attington and Horsenden Hill . 166 By the time of the hearth tax of 1665 only

    Thame Trade, industry and agriculture THAME FIELDS C. 1820

    contained 8 furlongs, varying in size from 131/2 to 42 acres. The second inclosure was a little close called North Close , containing over 92 acres. It lay between Attington and Horsenden Hill . There were 7 furlongs in it

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

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    CP.I.1532

    Hawthorn Close (Hawthorn Close) : fieldname Slow Field (Slow Field) : fieldname Butcher's Field (Butcher's Field) : fieldname North Close(North Close) : fieldname Park Close (Park Close) : fieldname Old Farm (Old Farm) : undefined North Farm (North Farm)

    CP.I.1535

    : fieldname Daisy Close (Daisey Close) : fieldname Butcher's Field and Banks (Butcher's Field and Banks) : fieldname North Close(North Close) : fieldname North Hall Farm (North Hall Farm) : undefined Long Acres (Long Acres) : fieldname Well Close

    CP.I.1543

    Middle Fence (Middle Fence) : fieldname The Park (The Park) : fieldname Orchard Close (Orchard Close) : fieldname North Close(North Close) : fieldname West Fence (West Fence, Long Acre) : fieldname Park Close (Park Close) : fieldname West Farm

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for ho~idsys.-lItrs Ward, Brocleton, Newport. _____ _____C3lSI ~5CAItBORtOUGH.-Apstmquents, reduced terms for early season. iC Rofereneces.-Misseq Uzlagbam, 311 Btlenheim Terrace, North Close, opposise sea foresbare. cdl QEVEISIOSDE.-Farmhouse Apsetmenta, or beard, &c.; basting, K3 fishing, pony trap, tennis, dc.-Hail, Fretherme, Stonehourse, Gloucestersbire. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the following particulars : A. Rt. P'. Hlomestead and Garden .............0 1132 laesy Woll Close .....................0 North Field, or North Close 1o . 8n 2 2231 ifoly Acre . .stowin.one..18 31 (ireat Barrel Syko Cioae (par~t of this Close in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    : A, a. P. P Hem reltead end Garden-......I...........1 12 e ladly Well Class-.....................0 222 21 N ortFid or North Close now in oen 103 10 HoyAret l, ..-..I2:.....I- GretBareSks Olose (part ef this Cloooi18nmow thrown 0 to the Closes Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ; A. Rt. P. Homestead and Garden.................. . 113 At lady Well Cloeso ....................0 222 32 North Field, or North Close - o i n ......l....... Holy Acer......n.....ill.31 Great Barrel Sylce Close Ilsar of this Cluoa is now thrown to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    In by Homesteadl and Garden ........ 1...1 12 SBE ne ILady Well Cloeso...................... 2 22 Bie North Field, or North Close 103.......)Ian Holy Acre .......... owinon 0 10 110 be Great BarrelfBike Close jprt,,f this Close isonow thrown so( to Subscribers-only content

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