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You searched for: Place: "Park House", Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31, Source type: Secondary sources

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Branston Manor

    of Barton-under-Needwood and of Rolleston . 1 The park covered 486 a. in the late 1750s . 2 Sinai Park House and moat, late 1750s The parkland was probably used by the abbots as a hunting ground in the Middle

    Wisbech Hundred Leverington Plan of St. Leonard 's Church

    Hall ). Since 1925 the house has been occupied by Mr. G. M. G. Woodgate , the present owner. PARK HOUSE lies in Park Field on the north side of the Gorefield Road . The first recorded owner is John

    Parishes Liverton

    to the north is the old chapel, now called the church of St. Michael . By the beck is Park House , a farm to which a park is attached. This may represent the capital messuage of the manor mentioned

    Heston and Isleworth Schools

    c . 1660), a grammarian, had a school at the Railshead. 41 The Porch House, Syon Lodge , Syon Park House , Somerset House , Wyke House , Silver Hall , Albemarle House, Burlington Lodge , and Van Gogh House

    Dawley Growth of settlement Dawley c. 1840

    in decay. 60 The pre-industrial settlement pattern may have consisted of scattered dwellings: farms at Dark Lane, Hinkshay, ' Park House ', and ' Coppy House ', probably individual dwellings, are recorded from the later 17th century. 61 Between the

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