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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stanwell Introduction

    were erected between Town Lane and Long Lane . 82 Small estates of terraced and semi-detached houses were built on either side of Park Road. 83 Selwood Place and the very large estate between Town Lane and Long Lane have

    Stanwell Church

    of the rectorial glebe, 71 but by 1650 the vicarial glebe comprised only 6 acres. 72 Six acres by Town Lane allotted to the vicar at inclosure were sold in 1950 . 73 Among the medieval rectors were several king's

    Staines Introduction

    11 whose name later became attached to land in Stanwell lying near the corner of the London Road and Town Lane . 12 In 1535 there were 10 acres of woodland attached to the manor. 13 It probably did not

    Townships Whittle-le-Woods

    1,357 acres, including 19 of inland water; Census Rep . 1901. The road to Heapey is called in part Town Lane ; a map of 1774 shows that the Town field lay on the north side of it. Somewhat to

    Edmonton Communications

    disappeared between 1801 and 1865 , 99 Boursers ( 1333 ) 1 or Bounces Lane, and Wrights 2 or Town Lane ( 1765 ). 3 A short section of Brettenham Road , which was called Board's Lane after a local

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pre with frontages to Neir Town Lane and to newly-formed and pro Mr. posed new streets leading out of tno Old Hill and Pour Ways Road ing, and communicating with the New Town Lane aforesaid. thei The lois, which wfili Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of smeall-chain mael/rs who are oct on' Strikep foi an advance of vages was lield yesterday, in the new Town Lane Schools, Cradley Heatb.-Mr. T. Homer, who presided, pointed out that one of the chain- workers at Crarlley Heath had Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ago at Middleton, in Norfolk, buried about eighteen inches below the surface of the ground, in a field adjoining Town Lane, near the Norwich turnpike road. The laud has changed owners three or four times of late years. The body Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ulealer, trasling as Morisons and Co. Di MAnRius Taioach, alamorgansldrb,, copperman. J* L.BIt,, *B1Jrsu , Jirunewlk St~eet, Sweossesa, and Town Lane a nd Woatbury. Stret, Swjenec, mtalttcr, breweor, esnd dealer. * xl.. ?sguerorai Esfod Street antI (wroeufield Street, 5wansea, smith' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ends-north. farmer. . lAMYXs EDGLEY, W~eetleigh Lane. Westleigh, Lancashire, lately Stafford Street, Market Drayton, grocer, provision dealer.. WVILLIAX BENNExTT, Town Lane, Dakinfield, Cheshire,' lately residing Grosvenor Street, Stalybridge, lately Waterside, Haddeld, Derbyshire, grocer. WIILLIAM Romsreso.ts, Lawn Terrace, lately Market Street, Subscribers-only content

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