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  • * Victoria County History *

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    wide fire-places; in the southern bay is an old stair, and the floors are original. Farther south 'The Old Well House ', also 17thcentury, has a main block of sandstone with brick quoins and some timber-framing, with a western wing

    Mount Bures Economic history

    1555 , and only five farms of more than 30 a., Hammonds , Old Saunders , Old Peartree , Well House , and Nortons . 48 In 1557 Mount Bures manor contained 120 a. of arable and 30 a. of

    Parishes Liss

    Twyll Acre, Olde Hall, 6 Combers, Hyllond, Chesterland, Hodyslond, Cydyhalefyld, Verny Hill , Pupeholemeade, Shafterlond, 7 Harleys Close, The Well House , 8 Le Hurst , Middlewood and Wolches 9 (xvi cent.). Manors The manor of LISS , afterwards known

    Parishes Hampstead Norris

    (Wille, xi cent.; la Wyle, xii, xiv cent.; Wilde, xvi cent.) has usually been identified with the estate of Well House , which lies to the south of the hamlet of Eling , but its subsequent history seems to show

    Glastonbury Town

    and various educational classes. 74 In 1912 Alice Buckton (d. 1944) opened a school of Pag eantry at Chalice Well House which became the headquarters of the Glastonbury Crafts Guild and of the Folk-play and Festival Association. 75 Between 1914

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wrth d47n goalwg yn ol ar ei .asanseth gwverttawr, yr oedtYB ynbrodi ddweydx 0 Frenhin byddfywbyfib.". John Roberts., Yew, Well House, a ddywedodd eJ fod yutau .yn teimlo yn ddialebgar ei fod wadi coael y fraintofod yn bresenol. Yr. oedd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    know a bank;" Miss Lewis, "Onid cas balm yn Gilead ?" Miss Brymoel, "The Brook ;" Miss Lizze Roberts, ,Well House. (Nid yw y gantores feehan hon ond tna 4 non 5 mlwydd oed, ond emnodd yn swynol odiaeth.) ri. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    8aesneg gan y Parch. John Roberts, Waverton, a gwnseth y per. sonau canlpal en rhan yn .ganmoladwy.-Perdoneg, Miss, Roberts, Well House, a Miss Amy Bromley. Canu, Miss Bromloy, Miss Lewis, Mr. E. Davies, Mr. Thos. Roberts, Mr. Thas Williams, a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hanes Arch f y Cyfamod " gan Miss Amy Bromley, Abbey Square, aer ail gan Mr. John Roberts, Ion., Well House. Cymenrid cryn ddyddordeb yn meirniadaeth fanwI y Parch. John Williams ar y prif draetbawd. Y pwnc ydoedd " Athraw- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fel arfer, ddir gyda ei gan, "Y Cymro." Ychydig 'awn o wabaniaeth maint yma esedd rhwssg Miss S. Roberts, Well House, a gwrtbddrychae es bell cb&n, "The spider and the fly," ond er ei bychander, llsyr Den 3 feddianodd y Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, U, Z

    to Earl of Salisbury, 150 Welford , John granted recusant's land, 299 Welhowse. See Well House Welles , John purchaser of a pension, 180 Well House (Welhowse), co. Berks. 259 Welsh Language King's reference to, 83 Welshe , Sir William.

    Index, D

    , William, a footman to the King 316 Dancastell , Anne and Elizabeth. See Dancastle Dancastle (Dancastell), Anne, of Well House, co. Berks. alleged to be recusant, 259 Dancastle (Dancastell), Elizabeth, of Binfield, co. Berks. alleged to be recusant, 259


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