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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Waterbeach Economic history

    also claimed c . 1295 by the men of Wicken . 26 From the mid 15th century Waterbeach 's North Fen , so named in 1332 , 27 was gradually divided into sections devoted to specific uses. 28 The most

    City of Ely Seventeenth and eighteenth centuries

    of 270 acres lay in West Fen ; 3 blocks amounting to 228 acres in Padnal; 42 acres in North Fen ; the remaining 60 acres were distributed over Byal, Burnt, Cawdle, Milking Hill , and Great Middle Fens .

    Cottenham Economic history

    other fens named in 1344 , Setchel, Chear, Top Moor , and Grekenhill, were evidently rough grazing. 33 Little North fen, west of the village, was recorded from 1330. 34 In the early 15th century Smithey and Fowle fens were

    Waterbeach Introduction Waterbeach c. 1810

    were allotted to the Adventurers of the Bedford Level in 1637 . 3 Most of that land, the later North Fen , 638 a. in the far north of the parish, was for a time brought under cultivation, 4 but

    Waterbeach Manors and other estates

    brother Adm. Sir Joseph Sydney Yorke (d. 1831). 89 The latter's son Philip Charles , the 4th earl, retained North Fen until his death in 1873 . His son and namesake offered 700 a. for sale in 1874 . 90

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Drake at Woolsthorpe; Mr. J. France at Lenton; Messrs. W. H. Meredyth, H. H. Simpson, and R. Atkins at North Fen; Mr. W. E. McCartnsy, M.P., at Sedgbrook; Mr. A. Patton at Crowland: Colonel Eyre, hi.P., and Mr. H. Praed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2 It tout a, Gsaden ....................Arablae 025 0 fut1 se GSarden Close ............... .. . ,o 61139 p. it- North Fen fjords ...............Do. - t 1 237 Wri o. Border Is, Do-................Do...02 1 Soel a North Catchwster-..............Do. 36 112 tent Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IAOVEIITIGRXEE'TS.'I ARTIFICIAL TE20TH. 0, EAST-PARADE, LEEDS. Mr. Sx?coN Mos?T, Surgeon-Dentiet, is in of Her Majesty's Royal letters Patent for' dung Ar-ti elal, Teeth, 'without s?jniepa ar eeiras. One visit Is suffIcient The cost redoced. ?et from dvs'gninesa. Attendance dsily.-8, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GROOM and COA OaM,%N br a mar- rie.d man, age 27: can have a good character. Address J. Grams-ger-, North Fen ity, Breuglh, Yorkshire. B COAOHIAN, or Groom and Coachman. Maris_. Are0- One childp. Good ebaradeer from present and i'-3tetluation. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AN ADVENTURER-A STRANGE TALE. (FROM THE CH14AGO DEMOCRAT) . _ IN the year 183L or 38, Sir John N. Fenwick, ofFen- J wick Hall, England, a wealthy nobleman, married Clara Seymour, the daughter of a poor clergyman, t who Subscribers-only content

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