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  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 5, 4 May 1642, 04 May 1642-04 May 1642

    in their Possession, in a Division and Settlement of One Hundred Acres of Land and Waste Ground, in the South Fen of Balderton , in the County of Nottingham , by the Inhabitants of Balderton aforesaid, who, in a violent

    Charles I - volume 214, March 1632, 01 March 1632-31 March 1632

    pages . ] March 28. Westminster. Confirmation of a decree of the Commissioners of Sewers for draining Deeping Fen, South Fen, and Croyland, co. Lincoln, by the Earl of Bedford, Sir William Russell, and Sir Robert Bevill, upon certain terms Subscribers-only content

    General Index, S, 01 April 1631-31 March 1633

    dated from Mayor, and others, letters of merchants of Officers of Customs, letter to Southenand , see Annan, South. South Fen , co. Lincoln Southgreenhoe , hundred, Norfolk Southmoor , alias Aldermoor, co. Somerset Southrepps , Norfolk, manor Southwark , Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EED S TBADESMEN'S BENEVOLENT Jb INSTITUFION.-The FIRST ANNUAL MEETING of - tle Mersbers of this Zstitatltiof will be held at the Court feouse. Leeds. on Monday. the Eighteenth Day of NOveaer inst., F .t TW o'Clock in the Atternoon, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ontbuildings, &c.. Mr. Johri Parker, £355: 2r. 17p. building land, in South Fen, £55. Mr. I W. H. Sewards; 3a. 3r. 5D. of grass land, in South Fen. were borlght by Mr. Sewlards for £3405. A dwelling-houase with orohard and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thereto, adjoining,I s&ituate in Bourn South Fen, copyholdof the manor of EsournAbbottol containing B sores I rood 87 perishes, or thereabouts. And ralso fl ve, allotments of arablo land, situate In the South Fen, in the parish of Bourn afot'csaid,sand Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yard crud gar.I Chi den, attd two pieces of arable aced pastresr land thereto attjoincng,t I ojiteots in Bourn, South Fen, copyhold ci the monor of iBourn AblrrttsI for Conaccining 9 acres I rood 37 perches, or thoreatouts. Anrd tia Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Copyhiold Mieadow Laud, knownl as sBearne South Fen, containing 2a. Sr. 2.5p., in the occupationl of !h. Lot 10, An Enclosure of Freehold and Copyhold Mleadew Lanld ,knlown as Bourne South Fen, Flourthl northi roan, cosutainialg es 6a. Sr. Subscribers-only content

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