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    Parishes Ellingham

    from west to east from 64 ft. above the ordnance datum near the River Avon to 238 ft. on Rockford Common in the east. The church, vicarage and a farm lie in a group of trees near the Avon , Victoria County History

    Entry Book, August 1687, 6-10, 06 August 1687-10 August 1687

    his son: with reversion as above: at 41 s. per an . rent. 3 acres in a field called Rockford Common Field and half an acre in a meadow called Blashford Mead in Blashford, of which the abovesaid William Osgood British History Online

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    Broome Close, Barley Field, Lovetts, Chapel Field, Oldhouse, New Closes, Bulsford, Broad Closes, Ellingham Meadow, Blachford Meadows, Rockford and Rockford Common, 1509-10; lands called Heywood Farm, 1387; Highwood, 1443; Dickens End, 1443; Le Hurst, 1443. Ellington (co. Huntingdon), 1922, 2076. British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    patrol?, and from the latter he ascertained that the enemy was halted in the I vicinity- a division at Rockford Common and a brigade of j detached troops at Ocknell. Upon receiptof this information preparations were immediately made to put Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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