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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Tingewick

    about three-quarters of a mile west of the village on the Buckingham road , which here passes over Sand Pit Hill . In 1860-2 the remains of a Roman villa were found in Stollidge Field, 6 about a quarter of

    Introduction Introduction

    have been found below Pit Hill , to the west of the pre sent village, and mounds and a trackway on King's Sedgemoor to the south. Some Romano-British occupation is indicated also below Pit Hill . 3 The present centre

    Introduction Introduction

    a shallow valley just below the 15-m. contour and at the east end of a low ridge known as Pit Hill . The chapelry is irregular in shape, measuring c . 3.7 km. from east to west and at its

    Street Names

    31 Clapgate (unidentified) was mentioned in 1356 and 1439 and lay on the south side of Frarygate. 32 Cock Pit Hill was mentioned as part of Wednesday Market from 1648 and was also known as Old Waste . 33 Cokewaldgate,

    Parishes Compton

    containing 33 p., was allotted as a common watering place; also 1 a. 2 r. 23 p. at Chalk Pit Hill and 1 a. 3 r. 31 p. in Thorn Down were allotted for the use of the parishioners. The

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DIcCarthy, labourer, Worsboro' Dale, died in Beckett Hospital, Barnsley, from f-igbtful injuries caused by an explosion of dynamite on Pit Hill, at Edmund's P~ain Colliery, Worsboro' pale, yesterday morning, It appars that a char~ge, from some unexplained cause, weist cff Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Turnpike-Road, tronm the Archwliy near Coltingley to Bradiford, which lics between Heaton-l.ane near Clockboasc, and a Fliceld called Coal Pit Hill Field, near Shipley. Also, 'ihe BUILDING of a small BRIDGE or o CULVIE7T over Re lei, near Shiply lFields. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    likewise of Lot-I.. aruothlir Piece of New Road, from and out of' the above J Brainct Road aIt Coal- Pit Hill Field, to or near thc Town fract. by of Shileyty. Also the Butidlitigof it SM(ALL BP.IDGE1d Lot 2. over Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hood, Worcester.; be Soule Severn Owner Quay, Bristol; Howe; Gabb, and Co. h Bristol; Creecent' Wharf, Birmingham; Van Office, Coc3 'c-' Pit Hill, Derby., Waggon Warehouse, Norfolk Rows Shef.- fid Held, at wvhich llaceseftL-rtbar IformatIon may be hiA. ";' "la Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Farmner's Man. and Flanlily. And also all those TEN CLOSES of excellent LAND, called tiler Eigiht Lands, Wiani iloor, Pit Hill, Noalth Field, L~ys. New N Nletir Close, Graft Field Close, Bdrowtn fill,. and Narni; Field., containing together 25 Acree, Subscribers-only content

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