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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Stoke juxta Guildford

    when the place was called the Paddocks. Mr. Dyson , the owner, laid out the park about that time. Stoke Hill was the seat of the late Rev. F. Paynter ; Woodbridge Park is the seat of Mrs. Blount .

    The hundred of Oswaldslow Introduction and map

    Hill at two large stones on the Hill called the King and Queen, at Rye Elm , and at Stoke Hill . 48 The expense of holding the courts being found to exceed the profits, they were not held regularly

    The City of Coventry The common lands Common lands in the later 19th century

    , reaching as far as the River Sowe , and including Gosford Green , Stoke Green (see map), and Stoke Hill . Of the commons, the most important were Whitley , Stivichall , and Hearsall, to the south-east and south-west

    Parishes Stoke Bliss

    Brook and Perry Brook . The road from Tenbury to Bromyard runs through the parish. The ground lies high, Stoke Hill on the eastern boundary being 700 ft. above the ordnance datum, and near Garmsley Camp in the west the

    Parishes Worplesdon

    L. Walker , C.I.E.; Rickford , of Lt.- Col. Montgomery ; Rydes Hill , of Mr. F. Williams ; Stoke Hill , of Mrs. Paynter . The present rectory lies at the foot of a steep grassy slope south-west of

  • * British History Online * *

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    Henry VIII, April 1531, 1-15, 01 April 1531-30 April 1531

    Sir John Coker, priest, Sir Jeffrey, his ghostly father, Walter Hobbes, John Shepparde, Heydyn, John Tomer (the hay off Stoke Hill), and Wm. Bowar. Appoints his brother, Thos. Gawyn, Esq., as his executor and guardian of his children "Edyt, Edyth,

    General Index, P, Q, R, 01 December 1671-17 May 1672

    licence requested for, licence to, receipt for licence to Prockter , John, request for licences by Thomas, house of, Stoke Hill, Somerset, licence requested for, licence to Proclamations: concerning Sir C. Wheeler's proceedings at St. Christopher's recalling seamen from the Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    63137 ' IY EN lAL Wtootel, aloe rton hon poltinlot otoinu : ansitoer girl kept. '2 10, South Rend. Stoke Hill, l-lndowivott. cR910 (~ENK-RAi. (renpactahlr, eotoooieooedl) Wanited immtediaoteiy; etsalfamiosily, Woies £1q, 280n oeirt,-Mrno. Palobr, V.18, Ticopie Street. c62h1 40EN KIRAL Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Street. Pet- feit. the wife 1f Mr. W. J. 2i'Ccnr ck, o' ft a .. N-oeton-Aug eswt 14. at Stoke Hill Cottage, ni -ax :;n 1( l',rd, tVe wife oE the k-v. J3,rhn Norton, of a d~augtl,i1t.r. Ru-Sk-Aougut 14, at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pynes, and tlhe cambilled streamll in tile grounds, and from the opposito batk l gadually rises tite rauge of Stoke Hill, cocered with a thinic growth of oaks and piies. Tleis is at lofty eminence, on the top of waiicli Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a loud report. He remembers riridg farther Several buildings ill the village received con- 5detshledainag. M. William Boone, of Stoke Hill, malt. t, hiadse~veral sheep killed, and a large portion of the roof of te atat Raslofleld lies scattered about Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and the con- sciousness of my obligations. 1 am, Gentlemen, Your faithful and devoted Servant, _ , E. LAWRAiXCE. Stoke Hill Cottage, Sept. 10, 1827. STONE LODGE,' neaii IPSWICH TO BE LET FOR A TERM OF YEARS. The Furniture to Subscribers-only content

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