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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Staine Hundred

    i. 339. P.N. Cambs . (E.P.N.S.), 129. V.C.H. Cambs . i. 403-4. Census , 1961-71 . Above, volume intro. Stump Cross Roads Act, 10 Geo. I, c. 12; Annual Turnpike Acts Continuance Act, 34 & 35 Vic. c. 115. e.g.

    Flendish Hundred

    Staploe hundred article. V.C.H. Cambs . i. 407-8. For their layout, see map 1. P.R.O., SC 12/5, no. 80; Stump Cross Roads Act, 10 Geo. I, c. 12; Annual Turnpike Acts Continuance Act, 34 & 35 Vic. c. 115. V.C.H.

    Radfield hundred Radfield hundred, 1845

    ibid. 1638-9 , 283. P.N. Cambs . (E.P.N.S.), 114. S.C. 2/155/71. Geol. Surv. Map 1", drift, sheet 205 ( 1932 edn.); ibid. solid and drift, sheet 188 ( 1965 edn.). Stump Cross Roads Turnpike Act, 10 Geo. I, c. 12.

    Parishes Pampisford

    south-east of Cambridge . 1 Its eastern boundary follows the Roman road that runs north from Stump Cross , and sections of the western and northern boundaries coincide with the river Cam or Granta and the river Granta respectively, while

    Parishes Babraham

    when it was a grassy track; 3 on the east is a branch of the Icknield Way running from Stump Cross to Newmarket . The southern and western boundaries follow the river Granta and field boundaries. The parish is traversed

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Coal, Iron Stone, and other Idinerals in and under the same sid every Part thereof. Mr. Wordsworth, of Stump Cross, Morleyi near Lceds, will direct a Person to thew the Hall and KEstate, and fluther Particulars may he had Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Esq. Samr!a day, aged 4!), Mrs. Rowbottoo, of Ribone Cottage, sntar Rriproctdcr. Same clay, M r. Jonathan Taylor, of Stump Cross, farmer. On Wednesntly week, Catlharine, second daughter of Jodla ! Jefterson, Etsq. of Nortlhallerton. Sanle day, aged 8.5 Thomas Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ; Ripponden diotrict, trt Ripponselet ; g Luddlentlen district, at lIuedeletden ; Nortitowriasa dis- P trier, at or near Stump Cross; Ovenden district, at as 0 J-hlngwortli, or within a qurarter of a mile of that place. it aIt was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Keswick, formerly assisiant to thellate Rev. Mr. Ni LS.. Winter, White Chapel, Cleckliheaton. C i Same day, at Stump Cross, near Halifax, aged h9, Ann, Ni IC wife of Mr. Wm. Mavwson. and utother of Mr. G. MIawsoe, Li Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    snd, Conditions as will be then and theare prod cced,-- ALL that PLOT or PARCEL of GRQUND sitat near Stump Cross, In MYorley aforesad d joining upon the Bradford and Weithefeld TurnrpikeR IIIIi and now occupied by John Watson, as; Subscribers-only content

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