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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Norton Lindsey

    Parishes Norton LindseyNORTON LINDSEY Acreage: 621. Population (including Lower Norton ): 1911, 114; 1921, 111; 1931, 127. The parish of Norton Lindsey lies on the north side of the small valley formed by Sherbourne Brook . The village is

    Parishes Wolverton [ Plan of Wolverton church ]

    lying between Claverdon and Budbrooke on the north and Snitterfield on the south, with Langley on the west and Norton Lindsey on the east. The ground rises from 230 ft. in the south-east angle of the parish to 390 ft.

    Parishes Budbrooke [ Plan of Budbrooke church ]

    Mary 's, Warwick , on the east by the Gog Brook and another small stream, and from Sherborne and Norton Lindsey on the south by another brook. The western boundary, between Budbrooke and Claverdon , runs along the road from

    Parishes Fulbrook

    brook, is also in Fulbrook . South of Marraway Farm a green track, a continuation of a lane from Norton Lindsey , crosses the Stratford road and the southern end of the parish. This is marked by Ogilby in 1675

    Parishes Snitterfield [ Plan of Snitterfield church ]

    the SnitterfieldWarwick road joins it. The boundary then runs northwards along a brook and west to the road from Norton Lindsey , down which it runs for some 500 yds. to Luscombe , then turning west again to Snitterfield Bushes

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    friends. Mrs and Miss Horton, two old ladies, were suffocated in a fire which occurred in a farmhouse at Norton Lindsey, near Warwick, early on Monday morning. Two other women escaped by jumping out of a window. The house was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hunningham, £18. ; Kenilworth, :6537.; Leaming- I ton, £3,370.: Leck Wootton, :6110. , Lilliigton, £E0. ; I Milverton, £950.;: Norton Lindsey, £619.; Offehurob, £75. ; Pimley, £1;E ; Radford Semele, £104. Rowington, - :£189. ; Shrowloy, 69., Stivichall, £48:.; Stoncleigh, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a ae e peag tie property of his master, Mr. John Cooke Can- anid som ; jff erborne and Norton Lindsey, on the 2nd of Ming, fan.e ev*ieebae showed that the prisoner was engaged in 3traahing w. de.t, arid.f{ the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thomas Arkwrigh : Honeleyf Francis Horn. iMoreton Morrell: John Jordan. Newbould Pacey s John Hands, Norton Cories: Henry Johnson: Norton Lindsey: Samuel Gibbs. Sherboarne:. GTiGoold. Walton D'Eville: Robert Pratt. Wal- ton bMordint: Williamy Sisam. Wasperton William Seeley Oldham, sen., and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and that of Trunlifield Usi. Sd-A highway rate of 3d. in the pound was granted for the parish of Norton Lindsey, and poor rates of 7d. In the pound for Shrewley, Is. g. for Hatton, and 0d. for Leek Wootton Subscribers-only content

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