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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Padiham

    part of Hapton ) 970 acres, including 14 of inland water; while North Town has 1,139 acres, including 16 of inland water. In 1904 part of North Town was taken into the new township of Sabden . Lond. Gaz .

    Parishes North Wootton

    , including two 17th-century farmhouses: eastwards to occupy two parallel roads east of the Redlake river; and north to North Town , evidently in existence in the 17th century. 24 In the late 18th century there were said to be

    Bray with the borough of Maidenhead Churches and charities

    near North Town , a piece of land near thereto with two cottages erected thereon, let on lease for ninety-nine years from Lady Day, 1876, at the yearly rent of £45, also four cottages and gardens at North Town let

    Parishes Kingsdon

    roughly triangular in shape, its western limit formed by High or Top Street, the northern by Pound Street at North Town , and the south-eastern by Bottom Street (Tarrs Lane in 1861 ) 13 and Manor Close. Middle Street runs

    List of illustrations Corton Denham in 1885

    along a north-south route and a back lane on the east side of the valley, spreading 1 km. from North Town (recorded in 1782 ) 44 to Dairy House Farm. Whitcomb, in the extreme north and settled like Corton by

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    illustrious all over the world. Perhaps the oldest of these was William Denison, a clothier and merchant, settled at North Town End, near the beginning of last century. Of his two sons, the younger, Sir Thomas Denison, was a famous Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    strong, active Youth.-Apply, Georga irving, ( Tb lTES-Maelhine-rainder fiselm Situation- naew or jobbing C L Good testiuaonials.-Addiress, Worton, 1l6, North Town, ' is Taunaton. c 4374 3O DPRINTERS.-Adoertiser Wants Situation; well noat machline; ( . steady; references.-W,, 14, Prances Street, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    trade.-Apply, John Enicid, 137 Grimacbury, Banisary. 075 vS 9-Maeins-minderSeeks S1ination; news or jobbing. - ood G testimo1ials.-Addre~s, Nforton, 19, North Town. Ics, Taunton. c1374 'PR.IHtlBll EsS.Warehonssennan Rtequires Engagement; tlsocossghly il r practical every department. irst-cass referencee. Wages - 0go moderatL.-Addreus. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ~~2waaeilexperene Wortcan1ie, 11 ). j) Ill %cr~ienlil euired.Apply, by letteT. 'O felli14 ~c4498 tedssd to the old wor n e work; PI fr''.C5 SHw).r, at 110-Apply. Blito EodSen rev be. ec~iitd, out, aout13: lire orit. *nc f~iftlild Ca . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    brauehezs.wootton, Victoria Terrace, oannook Rood. Wolver- PtlYTEltS... hs~aohirminder Seeks ituatio noews or jobbing. P Good tertimonials.-AddrOs, NortoS , I, North Town. Tauntou. ' c p~th4T~li New and jobbing~) -W1anted, Permaneney. C~an pItlake the maneme & Jof hs~mgall ofice. Reference. C.. Subscribers-only content

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