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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Ebbesborne Wake

    from the village to South Down and to Sixpenny Handley (Dors.) and southeast to Bower Chalke. 16 That to Bower Chalke had disappeared by c . 1807. 17 The Sixpenny Handley road north of Ox Drove was the only public

    Parishes Bower Chalke

    from Broad Chalke along the tributary valley, through Bower Chalke village and Woodminton , and across the downs to Sixpenny Handley (Dors.). Another road led north-west and south-east, linking the roads beside the Ebble north of the parish and from

    Parishes Fifield Bavant

    north and south by the road from Ebbesborne Wake to Sixpenny Handley (Dors.). That part of Ox Drove , but not the part of the Ebbesborne Wake to Sixpenny Handley road , remains in use. The principal route through the

    Parishes Tollard Royal

    as presumably earlier, and in the 20th century the main road through the parish was that from Shaftesbury via Sixpenny Handley (both Dors.) to Ringwood ( Hants ). A road which left the Shaftesbury-Ringwood road 500 m. south-east of Tollard

    Parishes Donhead St Andrew

    Mary and All Saints was endowed before 1279 with a total of 24 a. in Donhead St. Andrew and Sixpenny Handley (Dors.). It was kept irregularly, apparently because the income from the land was insufficient. In 1327 the rector added

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, S, 01 August 1545-31 December 1545

    other references, i. g. 622 (pp. 312, 314 5, 317 8), 623 (pp. 320 2). Sexpen , Dors. See Sixpenny Handley. Sextendale , Yorks. See Thixendale. Sextens , Berks., ii. g. 1068 (50). Seybroke , Robt., ii. g. 1068 (46).

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    10th proxiimo. The personal activity displayed by Lord Alington in looking after the wants of the burned-out villagers of Sixpenny Handley will not be forgotten by the Dorset- shire peasantry. He superintended in person the arrangement for their temporary housing, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the autumn. The personal activity displayed by Lord Alington in looking after the wants of the burned-out villagers of Sixpenny Handley will not be forgotten by the Dorset- shire peasantry. He superintended in person the arrangements for their temporary houeing, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    named Caroline Burden was found guilty of stealing a quantity of oak bask, the property of John Kendall, at Sixpenny Handley. This woman had earned for herself the unenviable reputation of being an old and incorrigible offender, for it appeared Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was an audience of about 20,000, who received and applauded the diva with immense enthusiasm. The destructive fire at Sixpenny Handley, in Dorset, did damage tc the amount of £10,000 and made 200 villages destitute. Collections are being made in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the relief of the sufferers from the hurricane in Mauritius, ln response to the appeal of the vicar of Sixpenny Handley, Dorset, a village recently destroyed by fire, a sum of £500 haa been sent m cash, besides a quantity Subscribers-only content

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