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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Broadwas

    to the River Teme . On the north side of the village is a half-timber house known as ' The Butts .' It consists of a centre and two larger wings projecting irregularly from the front. The chimney stacks are

    Parishes Sotwell

    meadow' (partly in Brightwell ) is on the Thames ; and near it are 'Pedmoor,' 'The Sideling' and ' The Butts .' 'Morelynch,' 15 'Stonore Elm ,' 'le Courte Gate' 16 occur in the 16th century, 'Bishop field,' 'Mett lands,'

    Ealing and Brentford Growth of Brentford

    97 Part of the Ham north of High Street was the site of the butts required by Henry VIII 98 and was usually known as the Butts from 1596. 99 Common continued to surround New Brentford on three sides until

    The borough of Warwick Introduction: the central area from c. 1600 Warwick 1965

    Sheep (now Northgate ) Street, damaging parts of the west side and destroying the east side. Several houses in the Butts were also lost before the fire burnt itself out. Immediate measures for the relief of the homeless 11 were

    The City of Coventry Social history from 1700

    wide fixture list was built up, and by 1870 the club had established a permanent headquarters at the Butts . 50 The Butts - before inclosure the Bull Fields - was laid out as a recreation ground in 1880 .

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    St. Michael's Lodge

    0 Lodge Number (1863): 1273 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Free Church Schools, The Butts, Sittingbourne, Kent 1869 Town Hall, High Street, Sittingbourne, Kent 1880 Masonic Hall, Albany Street, Park Road, Sittingbourne, Kent 1889

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Auctiolncers. icCO tHE COVENTRY PUBLIC CATTLE SALES COII- ayr! PIANY (LTMITFD) will Sell ly Auction, on their Sale Groupd, The Butts, Coventry, on MONDAY NEXT, July 3- ter, Preeaet Entriea:- kj1cm 73 'Fat BEASTS. 76 230 Fat H}IFElP. 60 Fat Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PUBLIC CATTLE SALES CO. h iecr1 ' (LIMITED . see; a Will Sell hy Auction on tbeir Sale Grounds, The Butts, Coventry, on Con- MONDAY NEXT, July 17. eater ' Present Entries; heamu3, 75 Fat BERAST&S 1CiR- ZOO Fat STIREr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Oolc1QC 671 CROPPER Ac WATSON, Auctioneen. T"HE COVE, 1T1.Y PUBLIC .CATFLB SALE:&S CO. WNIll Sell Auctionon, their Sale Ground, The Butts, Coventry, oal MODYNEXT, epteesher 4. Pre-sen. Entries- 76 Fat BEASTS. Mr0 at SHEEt' and LAMBS. IStore BEFASTS. I HORSE. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Birmingham, jet mjir. sant end Jewellers factor. TnoMAs GARDNaER, 84, Gonch Street, Birmsingham, balier aend (confectioner. Ilaa Mnx, formerly The Butts, Worcester, travelling zirapr, aterwrds o Claemon. Taless illand the Avenue, theCros, othWoreserconmlsionagetand now of Glen- wereVila, uryPor, (armathevhie, rapr'sassistant. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    622 . . E COVENTRY PUBLIC CATTLE SALES Co.- TH (LIMITrlEDi Will SeU by Acion, on their Sale Ground, The Butts, Coventry, . THIS DAV i.Monidayl, Cotober 16- Prevent, Entrios: 110 Fat BEAST6S. 300 Fat SHEEiP and LAM}B3. WAGON and Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, S - Z

    138 Twickenham , co. Midd., 75, 128, 146, 152, 177, 236 " , The Parish of, 146 " , The Butts at, 146 " , Wood at, called Hamylandes Grove, 128 Twigger , Johanna Bazell alias , 187 Twine ,

    Index, J, K

    57, 269, 405, 601; lease of, 641, 666, 667, 674, 696, 866. Prince's Meadows, 641, 696. Brickfield Close, 666. The Butts, 666. Kennington Common, 666. mansion house called Fauxhall, 666. le Bank or Thames Wall, 696. le Wharves, 696. ozier

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