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You searched for: Place: "Sandy Hill"

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Sherborne

    east of Sherborne Park , includes one large and two small houses built in the 19th century, when also Sandy Hill Farm, on the road to Clapt on , and Hill Barn Farm, on the road from the east end

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index , S, 01 March 1601-31 March 1603

    co. Cumberland, list of tenants, & c. in Sandwich customs received in jurat of livings vacant in mayor of Sandy Hill , Ostend Sandys , William, 3rd Lord Sandys commission for trial of fine imposed upon Sandys , or Sandes, Subscribers-only content

    Index, B, 01 August 1545-31 December 1545

    Pont de Bricque (Pounte Bridge, Pountie Bridge), i. 1122, 1187, 1210; ii. 138. -, Red Pile, i. 275. -, Sandy Hill, ii. 104. -, St. Estienne, ii. 929, 950. -, Tower Gate, i. 1210. -, Young Man, i. 1210; ii.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ISIS to Plasttshotth, and it is rsrcw again the oceae of military operations) - Aniother jotter writbr, daoiong from Sandy Hill, Dec. 4; publaishesthe fol- lowing ini te Courier and ErLq uirer - '" Wethvrali's viotory was much eonoe comolete Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a married woman, named Jane Phillips, aged forty-three years. The enquiry took place at the Fox and Hounds Tavern, Sandy Hill, Plumtead. AAt the previous sitting of the Court, the husband of the deceased, a black- smith, was by order Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ambliag with cards in their houses -SamueJ Perry, Avenue Tavern, Aston' Road, fined 6s. and ye cbsts; Johu Revell, Sandy Hill 1lavorn, Aston of li, and costs; John 'Ke9gan, 'Alma Street, 5s. and so costs ;John Rinks, CliftonArVaU IUppe'rThohias Street, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gray. Height, 17 handa. Age, 4 years. Shre. Old LVon, dam, by Black Lion.-2nd prize, £5., Mr. Joseph Ballivant, Sandy Hill Farm Shirley, Birmingham. "Gilbert." Bright bay. Height, 17 hands. RIsing 6 years, Bire, Travieer. STALLIONS, et pize £80., for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HmtIL-Apply, .i.5.Sausnder, SeodeunomsAeseke 'Greets. cill2 YOUtTH Wssnted. of good character as Gtpoomn.' and to help to Amilk-Mi'. T. lulbivant, Sandy Hill Farns. Shirley, e7181 't7OUlTI1Waisted, about 16.-Apply, H. Gicaves, 34, New Street, _- Birmuinghamn. __________________ c7370 V.011TH Waoitedl, about 18 Subscribers-only content

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