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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Outlying parts of the Liberty West Donyland West Donyland c . 1846

    - Mersea road, cross the area from north to south. Berechurch Road and Old Heath Road linked Berechurch and Old Heath to the town. Old Heath Road continued to East Donyland in the Middle Ages, but its eastern branch to

    Outlying parts of the Liberty Introduction

    the small heath at Old Heath , Black heath in West Donyland, and Lexden heath. The Mile End heaths were commonable by all burgesses, but Lexden heath and the heath and marsh at Old Heath were commonable only by the

    Modern Colchester Political history

    1,242 council houses, representing about a third of all new houses, were built at Mile End , Lexden , Old Heath , Shrub End , between the Harwich and Ipswich roads, and near the new bypass road. Each scheme generated


    appears to have been at Old Heath , called from the 12th century Old Hythe , where a 7th-century pot of Belgian origin has been found. 48 There was still a landing place there in 1341 , and a tradition

    East Donyland Church

    brook, which included the Colchester suburb of Blackheath , was transferred to the new parish of St. Barnabas , Old Heath , and a small area of housing north of the brook, between Rowhedge and Battleswick, was trans- ferred from

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Per-During Wednes- alay last, as William Bycott and Francis Bradley were commenc- ing to re-work a pit on the Old Heath, near to thle turnpike gate on the Willenball Road, theyfound tise remains of a huanmoabody at thle bottom of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in South itiaffordshire and East Worcestershire, and the proceedings were conducted by Mr. HEnr~ly Caawcdg, the proprietor of the Old Heath Colliery, on the Willenhail Road, war the irst defendant. He pleaded guilty to not having one of hls pits Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eylinder, F 4 feet 6 stroke, with drum, ataft, &o., complete, with or without boiler.- Apply to Benjamin Cauwell, Old Heath Colliery, Willenball Roadt, Wolverbampton. OR SALE. elght-horse power STEAM ENGINE, with Boileo I cozmplete.-Address by letter, 808, Daily Pout Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Preston Boats, Weeping Cross, partof Sharpstono liil], the whole of Dleole and Pwhelli, i1helton, Berwick hell, Croes lill, and Old Heath, Air, .lobn Bather, a proprietor of land in hloole, said the 7;vople of Dfletlo were quite unprepared for the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    week.- Addrees, stating terma, II., Poet Office, Harborue. cl33i ITERTICAI Drain PipeMACHINE WANTED.-Adidrese, stating rplrce and particulars, Benjamin Caeweil, Old Heath Colliery, aov rhamtonl. ellIS WANTED, BONE DUST, free from adailtoaration.-Addra, e tating price and quantity, 719, Dully Peet. 3~ Subscribers-only content


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