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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Baddesley Clinton BADDESLEY CLINTON HALL

    of the parish. A road running north from Rowington , at a little over 400 ft., as far as Park Farm divides the parish in two, the eastern half being mainly occupied by the extensive Hay Wood ; in the


    including the settlement sites at Morley and Park farms, lies on clay, which is overlain by some alluvium near Park Farm . 56 Two streams which drain north and west to the river Adur meet in the north-western corner. The

    Hanwell Introduction

    Park Farm , which may always have been inclosed, on the west, and South Field , which stretched up to the Uxbridge road , on the east. A lane left the road on the south side of Park Farm and

    Parishes Steppingley

    hill at the east end of the village a lane leads past a few half-timber and brick cottages to Park Farm , a building erected in 1861 , round which are traces of an extensive moat. Several model cottages have

    Parishes Shalden

    , J.P. At Shalden Green there is a small common with a few cottages on the western side, and Park Farm on the east. In 1905 there were in the parish 370 acres of arable land, 877 acres of permanent

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Calfinaidd, Bryn Eglwys, gan y Parch. D. Hughes, Corwee, ac yn rnhresenoldeb Mr. H. Williams, cofrestrydd, Mr. Evan Roberts, Park Farm, Minera, k Margaret Jane Parry, Cerrig Calcb, Idan. degla. MARWOLAETHAU. T1OMAS.-Ar yr 20fed cyfisol, Miss Thomas, Bwlch-y. fedwen, Penmorfa, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thomas, ail fab Mr. Jenkyn Thomas, Wern Villa, Pontardulais, a Miss M. D. Parry, merch ieuangaf Mr. T. Parry, Park Farm, Rhiwabon. MARWOLAETHAU. BReizE.-Ebrill 25ain, yn 70ain mlwydd oed, Hannah, anwyl briod Mr. Andrew Breeze, Rock Cottages, Llanbrynmair, gynt o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    His Grace has given instructions to his agent to sell off all the live and dead stock at Mondel Park Farm, including his Grace's Southdown flock. - Spohr arrived in London on Sunday, on his way to Norwich, in order Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be dangerous. An extensive fire, supposed to be the work ofan incen- diary, broke out on Thursday afternoon at Park Farm, near Kingston-on-Thames, the property of the Earl of Liverpool. The hay, corn, and outbuildings were con. sumed. The damage Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PUGILTSs.-A prize fight took place for 1,000L between Hannan, of London, and Broome, of Birmingham, at a place called Park Farm, in Oxford- shire. After a fight of nearly one hour and nineteen inmates, both being dreadfully punished, Broome was Subscribers-only content


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