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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Staines Manors

    become a manor by the 13th century, and had about 200-300 acres of demesne, lying to the east of Staines Moor . 81 In 1758 there were only five copyholders, holding less than 20 acres between them, and the manorial

    Staines Introduction

    for a stretch of brick-earth north of Knowle Green and along the London Road and for the alluvium of Staines Moor and the stream beds. The gravel stretches over to Egham , and Staines is the only place west of

    Staines Economic and social history

    meadow nearer the moor. The tenant had recently vindicated his right, which had been denied, to common rights on Staines Moor . 32 Staines demesne was never leased as a whole. By the 15th century some of the demesne land

    Stanwell Introduction

    and Spout Moor) along the present Spout Lane joined it to Hither Moor and Farther Moor, which stretched towards Staines Moor . 59 There were lammas lands on the east of West Bedfont village and elsewhere and meadows along many

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    Killing, 04/12/1741

    the Coroner's Inquisition for Manslaughter. Charles Pelton . On the 23d of Sept. last, there was a Cricket-Match at Staines Moor , between the Men of Staines and Brentford. I saw the Prisoner pulling Herne among the Croud, and I

    JOHN SMITH, Theft, 01/07/1801

    Thomas and Joseph Ashby, mealmen ; they are quakers , and live at Staines; we lost a mare from Staines Moor on the 4th or 5th of June; I saw it on the Sunday before; we found her again at

    WILLIAM LEWIN, Theft, 13/05/1807

    - A. I turned her out on the 4th of April on Staines moor , my son did, I saw him; I missed her off Staines moor about a week afterwards, and about a week after that Trott the officer


    2l. , the goods of Abell Yewer . ABELL YEWER . I am a labourer , and live at Staines Moor - I had six geese, one gander, and nine young ones on the 20th of July; I fastened them

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on tile north, to 3togadoro, Todworth fleath, on the soutIe, and from Lark Hall. Essex, in the cast, to Staines Moor, Middlesex, in the west. The rateable value of this area for 1886-7 Wlle £033,815,723, The police rate is nowv Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the running. " That near Brighton was decisively rejected by toe association at the first time of ask- ing; Staines Moor, supposed to be eligible because of proximity to Windsor, is subject to frequent floods, and has, I believe, been Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    striven, and, in spito of all discouragements, are still striving, to secure a site near London. All chance for Staines Moor mav now be con- sidered at an end, and, as Compton Downs weere decisively ruled out by the Executive Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    meetings," were adopted. The ground rt which has been offered to the National Riae Associa- tion is situates) between Staines Moor and the villages su of Stanwa _, Wcayahry, and Horton, and will pro- el hably cost about £0,00 The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the metropolis as Canncck cc zh;ase, that the most unpromising spots are being cc tendered for use. Of these, Staines Moor, with its liabilltv to floods as a set-off to its proximity to ni Windsor Castle, remains first favourite with Subscribers-only content

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