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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes St Mary Extra

    4 The heath called Ridgway Heath at the time of the consecration included the present ' Pear Tree Green .' The pear tree which later gave its name to the Green was already planted, though at what date is unknown.

    Cherington Introduction

    are of rubble in the typical Cotswold style. The Drivers Charity Houses were rebuilt in 1829 , 38 and Pear Tree Row cottages to the east are similar in date and style. There was a settlement at Westrip , west

    Parishes Turvey

    ( Halstead , op. cit. 7). b Harvey, op. cit. 189. The site of Turvey Abbey formerly known as Pear Tree Close belonged to St. James's Abbey . Part of the grounds is still known by the ancient name, and

    Parishes Ditchling The PARISH CHURCH of ST. MARGARET DITCHLING

    also a bread oven. Several old doors are retained. Opposite, a little off the road, are 'Ricksteddle' and ' Pear Tree Cottage', which form one house of four bays dating from the 16th century. This is possibly a disguised hall-house

    Dunnington

    Other older houses stand along Water Lane , and back lanes around the village include Church, Garden Flat , Pear Tree , and Peter Crofts Lanes. The most noteworthy dwelling in the village is Dunnington House in Common Road, a

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on application to the Rev. A. J. Howell, the curate, the body was refused interment in the churchyard of Pear Tree green, because it had not been baptized; the child had been baptized, but by a Dissenting minister. - It Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    , monger CssAsLEs ALLsoP, Wheat Sheaf Inn, Yeareley, Darby.tIoe, bnerhouse-keeper and late butcher. P. PETL:B MILLS, 1, Portland Street, Pear Tree, Derby, rcrmr, N beer-seller, and engine fitter. a THOMAS Pnocro, Stanhope Street, New Normanton, Del'-,- shire, miller and corn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    26; emall family' no 1 27 wash~~~ng; goo wae-pl,1,Bennettes Hill, c7 03 on- SJRRVA~N1T-GIRL Wanted, about, 14 or 15.-Apply, Pear Tree 01117Cottage, Tyburn Road, near Perms Station, a0800 S~ERVANT-GIRL (respectable), alsout 15,-Apply, 8, Great Barr 6 i7Street. 11 3 za Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    glass Wanted; several tellray S-Great Nstrn Registry, 59, Bath Street lestabILle2l7 -Year). c7311 HRATGulL Wanted, about 14 on 13.-Apply, Pear Tree 11otge y ursRod, near Pesns Station, cm14 S!EIVANT-GIBI, (strong), 17' respectable. Very smAllf Ren ilno CIchildren -63, Hamilton Bulldingo, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. Rodgers and Sons, Pond Hill. e6582 j1 ARDE NS (two) for Sale,-one with grseeshossee Camden Street. G 8.35lreosfieldis.-As~ply, Pear Tree, King EdwardesRootd. e6f917 TNVAIIDChoir for Sale, In good condition.-Appliy, 117, Aston .1Lane, Perry Barr.__ __c5769_ M IDLAN SafeDepot, New Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    James I: Volume 20, April, 1606, 01 April 1606-30 April 1606

    ] to the Commissioners of the Borders. Direct them to execute the law against the Grahams. Jock of the Pear Tree and Jock Rychie, now prisoners in London, informed against by the Bishop of Carlisle, will be sent down for

    Index of names and places, P, Q

    268, 303, 471, 472, 668, 669, 1074. Parchment , ii. 1216. Pardoe , William, ii. 1380. Paretree . See Pear Tree. Pargiter (Pargeter): John, ii. 1373. commissioner of Excise, ii. 1350, 1353. Robert, ii. 1329, 1374, 1438. Paris , Parliament

    General Index, S, 01 March 1677-28 February 1678

    Goodwill , of London Patience Pearl Pearl , of Lyme Pearl , of Youghal Pearl , a French man-of-war Pear Tree Ph nix Plough Plymouth letter dated from Portland Portland , frigate Portsmouth letter dated from Portsmouth , yacht Primrose Subscribers-only content

    Index of names and places, H

    675, 1245, 1367, 1430, 1442. alderman of Southampton, i. 345. junior, ii. 1379, 1442. senior, ii. 1080, 1378. of Pear Tree, ii. 1080. James, ii. 267. and Margaret, his wife, ii. 263. Mary, widow, ii. 263. William, i. 268, 1246.

 

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