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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Clapham

    Mr. W. E. Fitzpatrick . The house has recently undergone extensive repairs and is charmingly situated in well-wooded grounds. The Warren lies on the north of the village road; it is now occupied by cottages, but was formerly walled in

    Parishes Chesham Bois

    one side of the road, while opposite at some distance from the road is St. Leonard 's Church with The Warren , a residence belonging to Mr. F. J. Butcher , formerly the Dairy House Farm, and Bois House, each

    Itchingfield Manors and other estates

    1889 . 56 It had been renamed the Warren by 1898 , and belonged in 1910 to F. H. King. 57 The owner in 1985 was Mr. S. P. Hornung . The Warren retains part of the wall frame of

    Tetbury Economic history

    , 83 but in the 18th century the winter pasture there was usually leased. 84 In 1814 the town feoffees, prompted by the decline in their other sources of revenue, obtained an Act for the inclosure of the Warren

    Havering-atte-Bower Economic history and local government

    130, p.33, no. 131, p. 31. Mr. H. de Caux kindly examined all the stones in November 1975 . The Warren stone was not moved to Valence House in 1960 as wrongly stated in Dagenham Digest , Sept. 1964 ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ail 2p lOs. laf, Mr Thomas H g Jackson, Gyrn castle, Llanasa, Treflynon; 2il, Mr James E Bowers, ieu., The Warren, ger Caer. Eto, dros 1 a than 2 flwydd. Gwobr gyntaf 5p; ail 2p lOs. laf, Mr William Kellett, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    County of Kent, and Di- rector of the Kent Fire and Life Assurance Compayy George Prentis, Esq. Miaidstooe, and The Warren, Ightham William Reichardson, Esq. 6 Charlotte street, Bediord square, Depaty Chairman of the Wexford and Valentia Hailway Robert Tassell, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and drawicig rooms. focer bed - zr rooms, &z. Rent 240. Possession sout DTichaelmas. c6204 1 2, MeOSELEY.-Te0 Let, The Warren, onl gravel; saweroge xer- .LIL feeat; gardeic and grUnlds: ample stablixg If eequcired. Rent - - redlaced.-AnlaIy, James cxcd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    p etries, ldtchen, etc.; and good garden. Relit; £45-_Apply, Ill. E. Ifiolrsor. 30, Lower Temple Street. 'C4532 j~OSBLlY,-To. Let. The Warren, ordi gravel; sewage perfect; Mgsa-de aoned groundes; ample etabliag, it requnired. Rents-educed. -,Apply, Jamces and Lister Le,e and Son, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rad -f0 Vlncnttl baletacevery con- 7iW OSelaY m Grlarelr-le dirbi- MaZston. Alcooter lRned, M jxjseuieu. '. 0783 USELIY.-To Loet, The Warren on gravel; sewage perfect; _AI~ s'rdeuandgrounds; amnple otablislf,tf~reslnired. Rentreduced. - pyJames and Lister Lea and Son, Cannon Street, Birning- Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WARREN, Borlase (1677-1747), of Stapleford, Notts.

    Ofifces Held Sheriff, Notts. 1703–4, Oxon. 1707–8; freeman, Nottingham 1712; ranger, Sherwood forest 1713–?15. Biography The Warren family may have originated as a branch of the Cheshire family based at Poynton. Warren’s great-grandfather, Sir Arnold Warren, fought for Charles I.


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