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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MAESTALAREN AND -GAE OARW, 1 having. .a flue Frontage to the Dolgellejy--ad Macbi-. . ynlleth Road. Comprisine upwards of. Seven Acres, 1 and aFIELD in CLOGW NA,situatedin aeommand- I ing position iin.iixeiiately ootside the Town, containing : upwards of .Two Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the Friars' Preachers in Exeter, and finally, the estate about Covent Garden, with a field adjoining, called the Seven Acres, on which Long Acre is built." Thus comfortably provided for, Lord Russell was made Earl of Bedford in the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bill of Sale) nljsi the Farm Premises Ibnc55uhu Twenty Acres of SWEDE TU .N.VS, EIihteien Aores of TANK(ARD TIYItN2PS. Seven Acres of 'POTA2TOES, Stark of 1 lt~ftI~lty 1'art slank of ditto. Field sit PEAS, 100 Acres of 555usd I1 clAWSS Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lender a Bill of Saie),mupn tire Farm Premseos ot~iIncluding Twenty Acree of SWEDE TURIIIPS, Eigheen Acme Si TANKARD TURlNIPS, Seven Acres of POTATOES, Stack of Pork BARLEY, past stack of ditt~o Field of PEAS, 100 Acmes of sound ecuto GRASS Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ON MON DAY NEXT. I~lE~~~~h SLEOF CARPET STOCK, rnco~" RIO WLT -PIIX BRUSSELS, AIIM TAPESTRY SUIT,01,I FORl RECEj12I1JiO%'S BED CHAMBERS, rott ie ioked tvith Botderso AHI3 Tr Y XCtjl;PLTi4 for two upper floors of a large ebt~lilo~lt, adein similar Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Binfield

    Major R. E. Lowndes Radcliffe ; Park Lodge , of Sir Frederick D. Cunningham ; the White Lodge (formerly Seven Acres ), of Mr. H. E. Wiggett ; Binfield Manor , of Mr. L. R. Erskine ; Allanbay, of Mrs.

    Parishes Muchelney Site plan of Muchelney Abbey

    of Ham , between Eastmoor and Whetmoor. The name was still retained in 1723 . 36 South field and Seven Acres were created after the surrender of the abbey in 1538 . Part of the former was still in strips

    Parishes Kemerton

    and green ground. 190 Agreements made in 1692 and 1736 to convert the Lower Hills - called Tueswell (later Seven Acres ), Middle, and Merecombe Hills - from arable to a cow-pasture for four-year periods provide the main information about

    Harrow , including Pinner The growth of the hamlets HARROW-on-the- HILL c 1960

    River Brent . Yelne Field, South Field , and Hill Field 7 were mentioned in 1236 8 and Woodfurlong, Seven Acres , Stony Field, Brent Field , and Grove Field in 1400 9 and 1547. 10 Pekingborow Field, which abutted

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

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    (White Ynge) : fieldname Booth Fields (The Boothe Feildes) : fieldname Cow Close (Cowe Close) : fieldname Seven Acres (The Seven Acres) : fieldname Cote Garths (The Cote Garthes) : fieldname Pighill Croft (Pighell Close) : fieldname Agnes Lands Close


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