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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Ruislip Introduction RUISLIP PARISH Before the final inclosure in 1814

    similar area of Park Wood purchased from King's College in 1807 . Damming works began a few years later, and the reservoir so formed came into operation in 1816 . Some cottages standing between Park Wood and the present Reservoir

    Parishes Digswell

    wood. 1 The land reaches an elevation of over 400 ft. in the south, where the rectory and Sherrard's Park Wood are situated, but is lower in the north, sloping down to the River Mimram , which crosses the parish

    Parishes Vernhams Dean

    Grimsditch by the way between the Lords' Wood and the common of Upton to the south end of Ragge Park Wood and thence below that wood into it on the west and the common of Upton on the east past

    The hundred of Desborough Bradenham

    woodland. Munt's Wood, in the north-west, is of some size; the Coppice (with Pimlocks Wood and Falconers Hill ), Park Wood , Beaman Green Wood and Bradenham Wood are in the north-east. The soil is light, with a subsoil of

    Kelvedon Hatch Introduction

    was probably identical with John Peghbrigg ( 1356 ) whose park is thought to have given its name to Park Wood in Kelvedon Hatch , which is not far south of the bridge. 24 In 1570 the owners of the

  • * British History Online * *

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    Treasury Books and Papers, June 1744, 04 June 1744-28 June 1744

    (Kind), one of their officers. Agreed to. A petition read from Edmund Waller for a reversionary lease of Abbs Park Wood, co. Bucks. Referred to the Surveyor General of Crown Lands. A memorial read from Genl. Frampton for exemption from

    Index, P, Q, 01 March 1625-31 December 1626

    Pardo , Silvester, letter to Pardon , coronation Pardons Parham document dated from Paris postage to document dated from Park Wood , co. Bedford Parkehurst , John, petition of Parker , Capt. Dame Eliz., Lady Morley, petitions of Henry petition Subscribers-only content

    Warrants, Letters, etc., 1745, October-December, 01 October 1745-31 December 1745

    4. Same to the Clerk of the Pipe or his deputy. For a lease to Edmund Waller, of Abbes Park Wood, in the manor of Burnham. Prefixing, & c. : Particular in Latin, memorandum, ratal, and demise. Crown Lease Book

    Index of persons and Places, A

    OF PERSONS AND PLACES. A. Abbess Park Wood , Abbesparkwood, [in Burnham, co. Buckingham ] , 422. Abbess Roding , Abbin in Rooding. See Roding. Abbot. See Abbott. Abbots Farm. See Thunderley. Abbotsburgh , co. Surrey, 419. Abbotsbury , co.

    Warrants, Letters, etc., 1744, April-June, 03 April 1744-29 June 1744

    there. Crown Lease Book VI. p. 405. Same to same from Edmund Waller. For extension of lease of Abbes Park Wood, parcel of the manor of Burnham, co. Bucks. Ibid. Same to same from Edmund Anguish. Proposing sureties as a

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Grandison Arms, and after having something to drink there, but being perfectly sober, went down the lane and through Park Wood into Park Field. Some of the party were a few yards in advance of the rest, three were walking Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for two hours, a varmint that had shown sport from thence to Rough Close, passing Ten Shilling Wood through Park Wood, on to the village of Tile Hill and Mellerson Wood, backwards and ferwarda, was killed near the village..- On Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TO-MORROW (Friday), at Two o'clock-HEDGEROW TIMBER TREES, on Farms near Tile Cross, Sbeldon; and COPPICE OAK TREES, in Priest Park Wood, Chad. wick End, Ba)sall. a I sau b Anction goemorrow. TO FIRE PROOF SAFE MAKERS AND OTHERS. SALE, In Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THIS DAY (Friday), at Two o'clock-IBDOEtiOW TllIBEt T'IREES,, FtLrns coarT le Crore, Sheldon: ard COPPICEl OCAl TREES, in Prieet Park Wood, Chtitd. wicik Eind, Bulaall.f NOTICE. rTIHE SALE by AUCTION, of MACHINERY, at 194, d Itylaai'l Street North, TIlIS DAY, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    said Lace, thle Land now err lace of Mr. Geotgo 6tillsen, and thlc letal of Ecrl Anmberat. near Ladbroolt Park Wood. ILoT.- All thovo Tue FREEHOLD COTrAGES, with the Out- buoildinee. Geartlee, Loud, anid Apcpurteoances thereto bhoglenti~ sitnated nl tile Subscribers-only content

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