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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Cassington Economic history

    was in 1797 divided into three open fields, Brimsgrove field, Slade field, and Heath field, and an area called West Croft which was cropped every year. 43 In 1086 each of Wadard's two Cassington manors, with land for 3 ploughteams,

    Hampstead Chalcots

    south being by Faulkner. 28 In 1883 Willett made a building agreement for the site of the Elms and West Croft , two large houses on the site of Upper Chalcots Farm at the west end of England 's Lane.

    Townships Pennington

    a number of exchanges of land with Richard de Bradshagh of Westleigh and Roger his son, in places called West Croft , Clay Acres , Prestes Croft , and Richard's Field. 24 By his first wife, Christiana, he had issue

    Outlying villages Sutton

    turned into North Lands , Bransholme , East Carr , and the Salts, and also the New Ings and West Croft in Stoneferry . Gates were enjoyed by many of the farmers in Sutton , and in some cases by

    Munslow MUNSLOW c. 1840

    rotation was followed: Over field was fallow, Mill field (probably the earlier Mide field) grew oats, and Croft or West Croft field (earlier the field towards Hungerford ) corn. 6 Thonglands ' farm land, apparently 71/2 virgates in the mid

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    Location: Nunnington (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): West Crofts (Weste Croftes) : fieldname Spelling modernised Location: West Croft (West More, West Croftes) : undefined Spelling modernised Place(s): West Croft (West More, West CroftesLoskey Hill Location: Nunnington (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Nunnington Carr (Nonnington Carr) :

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    near Newton- le.Villlw: third, 21., Robertson Gladatono, Esq., Conrthoy, Bltoad Green, Liverpoo 1;leourth. it los,, 'Mr Auttiony Dteken- son, West Croft, 1DIgtjngtofl, Whilebaven ;fifth, 11., Mr. Thomas Stalter, Stand Hall, Whtteffeld, Maricltesr; sixth, 103,, Mr. J. K Fowler' Prebendal I-'arms. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Joseph Bensutt, Richard Lord, and Thoumas Wild. A good new Barn and Yrd, . .0 0 20 I. Upper West Croft, ... . .. ... A O 2 8 3. Low Ditto, ... . .. ... ... M 1 2 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lord, and Thomas Wild. A good new BArn and Yard, . .. ... .. 0 0 20 2. Upper West Croft, ... ..A 0 2 8 3. Low Ditto, ... ... .. .. M 1 2 37 Total, ..21.!l Lot Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Drake, Jqseph Benanett, Richard Lord, and T'homaa Wild. A good new Barn and Ysrd ... 00 20 t. Upper West Croft, .A 0 2. 8 3. Low Ditto, .M 1 2. 31 Total, ... 21 25 Looti. 4. Upper GfeekeClosIe, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Yard, O f' now occupied by Wat. Fox, con- a taittin.. 0 016 A CIlOSE of AND, caUled C West Croft. cotititling .... 0 6 51 A CLOSE of LAND, called Cort Close, contatiting .............. 2 1 SS A PARCEL Subscribers-only content

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