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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Dinnington

    time Dinnington parish reached further south over the scarp to embrace the medieval warren, now a copse known as Old Warren . 4 Between 1704 and 1721 Earl Poulett created his New Park by buying out tenants both in Hinton

    Parishes Hinton St. George Plan of Hinton House showing its development. The outline is that of the mid 19th century.

    extensive Domesday woodland. 21 There was also a wood called Warener in the 1360s , probably developed into the Old Warren of the 17th century. 22 The name Whatlegh itself suggests a woodland clearing, and Fursyempnet in the same area

    Stroud Economic history

    east of Stroud town; 26 a piece of land covering 38 a. north-east of Lypiatt park was called the Old Warren c . 1720 but was then under the plough. 27 Four plough-lands in Lypiatt were held in 1220 by

    Table of population, 1801-1951

    to Broad Town C.P. The liberty of Broad Hinton lay in Hurst A.P. Berks . In 1841 it included Old Warren Farm E.P.P. (pop. 13). In 1884 part of Wanborough C.P.-i.e. Elm Court Farm and cottages (pop. 22 in 1891

  • * British History Online *

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    Entry Book, August 1686, 21-31, 21 August 1686-31 August 1686

    , Queen of England, to Lewis Lewkener. Lands and tenements in co. Beds . the coney warren called the Old Warren or Old Warden Warren, and the lodge there in Warden and Southill, lately demised to John Fish: and certain

    Index, U, Z

    shoemaker, Brentford, letter receiver to the Penny Post Office, 1674. -, Col. William, lands, Ireland, 563. Warden (co. Beds), Old Warren, Warden Street and Broome Close, 888. Wardour , Edward, surveyor of landwaiters, London, 1594, 2031. -, William, Clerk of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Larribsarna Corner at 2.30, aned comenctredic courIng riear in ethe Rubbing Hlousei. lire beats thee extenried to the Old Warren ,and Knighrton Btuslhes, and a tiring day's sport terririateif near to tire liladde Farn estortly after tourt o'clock . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the following LOTS of TiMBER, vi. NA-, t '-g . upon the [lop-yurd Farm. New House Farm. c..L, Warm, Old Warren Farm, Hat jFarm. und 1 ii' . i. t:e perin x Lunbbestlssrhe, and comnprisiug- 7 Oak P01L.E~ * ' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    199 JonHgis alne'y Houses& Land, Up. Masser~eerie, Town-iarid rrflawvnyballyidorarel 10 200 cJamrs Mur'dock, Ballymullan Hoss& Premiser,, Up. Masservene,T~wiwnland of Old Warren 200 Hae M'Donrald, Lisbrx' ossurn .P'mss-Upper' AIiRasere erie, TrOmvrlarid Of TamIna IJo- 20'2 Henry Bell, Lisburn H-ouses and Premnises. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Liburn onues and premises~ditto Lisburn, towniand of Old Warren 1 35 Andrew Xernaghati,'Slavenacloy ditto ditto, Lisburn, towniand of Old Warren .20 36 Humpfiry' Boyd, Lisibijrui ditlo . ditto. Libiburn, -towniand of Old Warren. 20 27 Thomias'Leathem, Croumlin Lands, ditto . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    along the river Lagan to the point first de ' cribed. LiSBURN.-The several townlands of. Lisnagarvy, To- nagh, and Old Warren, in the parish of Blaris; also that part of the parish of Lambeg which is detached from the remainder Subscribers-only content

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