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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The hundred of Kingsclere Index Map to the Hundred of Kingsclere

    Kingsclere Parsonage under Mainsbridge Hundred, 11 while Tidgrove and a portion of Litchfield formed part of the hundreds of Red bridge 12 and Pastrow 13 respectively. The land comprising the hundred was assessed at a little over 30 hides. By

    Wanstead Introduction

    were several paths or tracks. Access to the east was by South (or Parsons, later Redbridge ) Lane over Red Bridge to Ilford . Red (formerly Hockley 's) Bridge over the Roding existed in the 16th century and was probably

    Townships Breightmet

    is the more northerly road called Red Lane, between the same places, having Thicketford Bridge at the west and Red Bridge at the east. Running from the one to the other is that called Church Street and Withins Lane .

    Parishes Millbrook

    , near the modern Railway Guard Inn, and itself crossing the railway line ( Andover branch), and the famous Red Bridge over the River Test , leaves the parish. The north-eastern branch of the Millbrook road passing by the Royal

    The ancient parish of Barking Introduction

    out in 1824 . In 1875-9 the vestry unsuccessfully attempted to force Quarter Sessions to take over the bridge. Red Bridge , which spans the Roding between Ilford and Wanstead , was formerly known as Hockley 's Bridge ( 1650

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    : undefined Anthony Fields (Anthony Fields) : undefined Bottom of the Moor (Bottom of th' Moor) : undefined Red Bridge(Red Bridge) : undefined Mo' Crompton's House (Mo' Crompton's House) : habitation Hamers (Hamers) : undefined Rothwells (Rothwells) : undefined

  • * British History Online *

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    Index of Subjects, S

    128. Providence , prize, 9, 67, 105, 144, 278. Queen Mary , prize, 403. Recovery , of Shields, 405. Red Bridge , 401. Row , ketch, 84, 358. St. Nicholas , prize, 128. St. Paul , fireship, 302, 377. St.

    Warrants etc., June 1699, 16-31, 16 June 1699-30 June 1699

    , p. 135. Treasury reference to the Victualling Commissioners of the petition of Edward Smith, Commander o f the Red Bridge praying payment of 46 l . 18 s . 0 d . which he laid out in furnishing 172

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2.teeo ................. 130 Satur., Ten. 3 .... Castle Howard . 30 Viecountt G LwA!'0.Mon .. Dsc. 29 .. .Hodsonk Red Bridge ...... 0 Toes., Dee. 30.... PSndbeek .11. 0 Th=oe 2a Jock3... Lo y Hou o .se .:1. 0] Friday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    from Johnston's army are on the south aide of 5he the Roleton river. General Longotreet's bead-quarters Pare of at Red Bridge. The picket Hunes front each other at Blair's fill Cross Roads, twenty miles north-east of Knoxville, Our repulse at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    liy others, this matter would have been very much abridged. It would have lain in a nutshell. 3ihoao Picknell, Red Bridge Cottage, Balcombe, ganger auUnlatelayer on the railway, on the 27th of June found' a collar at a quarter to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    0 Toss., JTSn. 3..Skutterskalf .......:.11. 0 Satur., Jan. L.Doighton .11. 0. Loin GALWA±VO . ..... , or~n Jan. 2..Hodstock Red Bridge ..1'. 0 Tues., Jan. 3. Staintoni........ 11. 0 t , Thurs.,,Jan. -..Aston Hall . 1. 0 Friday, Jan. 0. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    goods trace, consisting of alent forty wa-gone. had left Cara- fortb, and when psissing through what is known as Red Bridge ustming, some mlne or tan emptv coal trucks in the contra of tbe train lott the rails and became Subscribers-only content

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