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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stapleford Abbots Manors

    remained in the family of Pemberton Barnes until 1912-14 . 11 The Crown still owns Stapleford Hall farm and Hammonds farm. 12 Stapleford Hall farm-house was probably built late in the 17th or early in the 18th century. It is

    Stapleford Abbots Introduction

    ½ mile beyond the junction with Bournebridge Lane, the Romford road is joined by a lane leading east to Stapleford Hall . 15 On the south side of this lane there stood until a recent fire Mitchells Farm, probably a

    Parishes Stapleford

    the river towards Babraham was reduced to a footpath. At the north end of Bar Lane stands the 17thcentury Stapleford Hall , once a farmhouse, timber framed and rethatched, with an original central fireplace and chimney stack, and two later

    INDEX K-Z

    par. govt. and poor rel., n , pop., postal svces., Prot. noncf., pub. svces., rect., road, Rom. Cathm., schs., Stapleford Hall , top., Tysea Hill chapel, see also Albyns , Battles Hall , Knolls Hill Stapleford Tawney , n ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Is intended to be placed in George 'Square. Lord inelon, a favourite pony, the property of Mr. Pallm, of Stapleford Hall, Cheshire, wan found dead on Saturday morning last. Ho had attained to the almost unprecedented age of forty-three. A Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bell, Sodbury Common.. ,BICESTRR (at 11 .-This day, January 14, Lower Boddtngton, VorrxsmoRE (at (t). This day, January 14, Stapleford Hall. CoTSWOLD (at 11).-Thts day, January 14, Dowdeswell Wood. tCoTswoLNorTn (at 11).-Thts day January 14, The Kennels. I Cnooxs (at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Warden. CoTTrsMoNc (at 1li30).-This day March 6, Tickencote Hall;, Tuesday 7, Loddington ; Thursday, b, Stocking Ball; Saturday, 11 Stapleford Hall. tloraworol (at 11)-This day, March 6 Mlcarden VMilage; Wednesday, 6, Rowel Gate; Saturday, 11, Aendeome Lodge. Coaawotla, NoIns (ati Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    March 9, HtlU Farm, Ashendon; Saturday, 11, Chipping Warden. CoTrrsaroRs (at 11.30).-This day, Ararch 9, Stocking Hall: Saturday, 11, Stapleford Hall. COTSWOLD (at 11).-9iaturday, March il, Rendcombe Lodge. COT'SWOI.D, NosRTHr (at 11).-T'lis day, March 9, North. Little. ton: Saturday, 11, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lower Woods ; Satursiay, 11, lleriaiod, Christian Milfords iCEogsremntjt 12).-Saaturday, March 11, Cbipping Warden. CorrEsmionr. (at 11.30).-Saturday, Mareh lI, Stapleford Hall. COTrWOI.D (at 'l)..-Saturday, Mdrch 11, Ren'dcombe Lodge. CO'rswOLo, Nosress (at 11).-Saturday, March 11, lonekley hSuroouc (at 11.30)-Saturday, March 11, Subscribers-only content

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