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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The Heath

    The HeathTHE HEATHThe Heath (641 a., 259 ha.) and Norncott (209 a., 85 ha.) formed a northern detachment of Stoke St. Milborough parish in 1831 and from 1884 constituted the Heath civil parish, the area treated in this

    Parishes East Clandon

    Pembroke , whose son sold it in 1692 to Sir Richard Heath of Hatchlands in East Clandon . 16 The Heath family did not keep the manor long; it was conveyed in 1718 under a private Act 17 by Sir

    Parishes Piddinghoe PARISH CHURCH of ST. JOHN PIDDINGHOE

    Argent a fesse gules between three eagles sable . Nothing further is known of the history of the manor. The Heath family is said to have owned and occupied in the early 17th century the mansion house of Deans ,

    Parishes Lillington

    with projections north and south. That to the north, between Leek Wootton and Ashow , contained Rye Field and The Heath , lying on the Avon ; that to the south was the Hamm Field, with meadows on its eastern

    Navestock Introduction

    at the south end. 4 The village school has been closed and the vicarage, which adjoins it, is unoccupied. The Heath , which is still used for grazing cattle, has a desolate appearance. The parish church is a mile north

  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 8, 2 June 1646, 02 June 1646-02 June 1646

    Nayler , "One Fairbanck , "One Bretton , of Bretton , in Yorkesheir . " John Bymes , of The Heath . " Martin Reynolds , alias Wood , of Crofton . " Richard Jones , late in Service with

    Volume 70, July 16-November 2, 1700, 16 July 1700-02 November 1700

    in the port of Colchester, by secret conveyance of foreign goods out of the lighters as they lay at The Heath, without payment of Customs. The Com rs had sent Mr. Andrews to examine into the manner of the discharge

    Charles I - volume 274, September 1634, 01 September 1634-30 September 1634

    of Attorney General Noy and the dismissal of Lord Chief Justice Heath: "Noy's floods are past, the Banks appear, The Heath is cropt, the Finch sings there." Sept. 71. Extract from an account in the Exchequer of George Turberville collector Subscribers-only content

    Schedule of place names, S - Z

    Pen-y-lan. The Heath Enclosure Award of 1809 incorrectly spells the name "Tir-y-Colly." TY-CRWCA (crooked house.) In the parish of Llanedern, south of the village. TY-CRWN (bent house), or Ty-crwn (round house), a farm in Roath and Llanedern. The Heath Enclosure

    Schedule of place names, G - M

    entire Heath extends from the boundary of Saint John's parish northward to the foot of Cefn-on. Common rights in the Heath were granted in ancient times to the burgesses of Cardiff, but were gradually extinguished until, early in the 19th

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ll--iso, Thumto; . 1 Tuttcedhani court mad Ilihticnlclv W illiam . 9 4John street,Tottcnhiam courtroad 11 lre, tFrancis . .The Heath, Ha~mpstead Iflo~e, J *seph . Thc Hea~thl, Haimpsteaid Hloare, Samu~ci Thc 1lc-th, Hamlpsteaid lloire, Johll Gurney . (hills h Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    street BererynArdth0ur Grange road, Dalston Bethell W~rF. Chrc tre Be]thell Sir Y'. 3 Stone buildings, Lincoln's inn Betts William The Heath 5, Lincoln's inn BiggsTheomas Sentta 23 Gutter lame Riggs Edward Bas, 31 Edgware~road Bigge Llent..COL. B6 Albany Bilison Henry, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rev. Michael Elijah, I8A Baitglihall street Hervey, Henry, 43 Cadogan place Hoare, John Gurney, Thie Heath, Hampstead Hoare, Samuel, The Heath, Hampstead . Hobson, Capt. Wm. Robt. (R.B.) 41 Norfol k street. Strand Holroyd, George F. 67A St Jameo's street Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    6ree Evana, Wmn. Herbert, Eoq. 32 Hartford 5tr t May fair Gesb, C. S. Park street, Westminster Roare, Richard The Heath, Hanpstead Jenkin50n, H. T. S. ,3 Old square, Lincoln's inc, MNieholeon, Cpt Win. Smith, SS Chestcr terrace, Regent's park Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    k. Mar- WX to tini f~up,: Private Burton, let East TY,.rk, and Private lb Webb, Iet S-onerset, each 33. The Heath: Lieut. Kays, 74thhliiglilanders, 35; Lieut. Mackinnon, Oxford University, t,34. The Kirkman : Sergt.-mrajor Bircldey, leit Cheshire, 29. hi. The Subscribers-only content

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