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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The borough of Stratford-upon-Avon Shakespearean festivals and theatres

    theatres were opened in Stratford during the 1820's. The first of them, known as the New Theatre in Moor Towns End , was opened in November 1821 by one Linley , who claimed that it was 'decorated in a manner

    South Witchford Hundred Wilburton Plan of St. Peter's Church

    that date there were six open fields in the parish: Little (north-west of the village), Flexon (north-east), Mill (east), Towns End (south-east), Dog House (south-west), and New Ditch (on the southern edge of the parish). In all sixty-five proprietors participated

    Parishes Adstock

    Record Office. 8 From it the following place-names have been abstracted: Mile Bridge alias Addington Planks, Darrell's Gate, Harrups Towns End , Fishers ford, Beggar Lane Close , Bootem Close, Haskell field, Pilch Common. Manors Previous to the Survey ADSTOCK

    The borough of Stratford-upon-Avon Introduction and architectural description

    . 30 Beyond, on each side, the common fields began, whence Greenhill Street derived its alternative name of Moor Towns End . 31 A glimpse of the appearance of Stratford in Shakespeare 's time is afforded by another survey, of

    Parishes Martock The Church of All Saints , Martock

    Lane . The south-western boundary is formed by the Gawbridge- Tintinhull road , from which at Stapleton Cross (formerly Towns End ) the road to Long Load and Somerton runs north through the village. Town Tree Lane runs west, then

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ring-s Heath, 654 HOUSEHOLD FURNUIURE. QY THOMAS HOWELL, THIS DAY M B (Friday,) at Ten o'clock, upon the Premises,. Towns End, Hales 'wen-the Modera and Genteel HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Al t~c tMART, COA.CHT YARD, BULLD STREET. .F, 11 CARTER will SELL Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    it is very 'desirable that a subsidiary or branch market should be held on the open space called the Towns End Bank to meet the necessities of this end of the borongh, as the present market is in space insufficient Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    horse and trap. The charge was proved by Policeconstble 1 Grundy, who said the a sd drove furiously along Towns End BiEnk and knocked down a man named John Small. The wheel passed over the latter's leg,, and lamed him, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lane, Towns- end, which became John at the Wode, William by the Green, Alice in the Lane, Agnes at Towns End, &c. Later on these were converted into John. Wood, &c. Trade names became hereditary, through the association of different Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ehe WilliamTul''pliiuna. I'lill Loet hi. All that Close of excellent Grass or Old Sward tag Laind, sItuate at AeLIsworth Towns End, called the Grime We -Ilg, cntuilting Four Acres and Twoe Ioods, be the sauce thle inure or less, io Subscribers-only content

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