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  • * Victoria County History *

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    City of Ely Seventeenth and eighteenth centuries

    some 600 of the 12,000 fen acres belonging to the city. The bulk of these 600 acres lay in West Fen and Padnal. 39 From the 17th century onwards an exceptional proportion of the poorer citizens of Ely enjoyed the

    North Witchford Hundred March Isle of Ely County Council Plan of St. Wendreda's Church

    parcels, were decreed for inclosure. An inclosure by Roger Jennyns, one of the chief tenants, of 600 acres in West Fen , was recognized. The Couledge, Sheppard, Southwell , and Walsham families are prominent among the names of the consenting

    Fordham Economic history

    the 17th-century inclosures, still called West Fen common in 1800 when it covered 422 a. That common was bounded eastward by a line of ancient closes west of Biggen field with the West Fen crofts at their northern end. Beyond

    South Witchford Hundred Witchford Plan of St. Andrew's Church

    Mr. Boys 's close now belonging to Archdeacon Wigmore , a close occupied by George Coney in Alderforth and West Fen , Dr. Collins 's, Dr. Cannon 's, Dr. Tanner's , Dr. Cressener's, Dr. Knight's , Dr. Perkins 's, Dr.

    City of Ely Nineteenth and twentieth centuries

    bailiff. (Infm. Lt.- Col. G. L. Archer , Ely .) The Census of 1851 showed a small part of West Fen , formerly in Littleport , as transferred to the lands common to both Ely parishes; areas formerly in Sutton

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Cue- y toll, of Lsangret Ferry, has lost about three hundred acres of corn. Tiestorm extenled through the West Fen, where about thirty acresof cabbages and turnips, belonging to Mr. Dickenson, were a destroyed. 5Ir. Birt ann Mr. Charles Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Lady Diy ncext, (ccclw Stud25 Acres or tiierecebouts ccf ecxcelleiii PASTLURtE LAND, Stilrcite at Fritic Vi~le, icc the West Fen. 10 thcs County' of Linccolce, wiuh Lilcertyto Plaigli up cued Cultivicte the whole W'ithi Woaud, sub- ject to tics Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ahich are much more lightly a;ed, bhas increased The resent number of inhabitants; n _ston m ed- h mnd West Fen, Skirbeck and 9n Bostn, mchmdng East gast 17,426 in 1851 osto eck Quarter, is 17,916, 11 ; Skirbeck, 204 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    old habitation. SEVEN HORSES KILLED BY EATING WHEAT.-On Sundaylast a considerable loss was sustained by Mr. Jonathan Infield, of West Fen, from a number of horses getting at some thrashed wheat. A person who had-charge of the stock discovered a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    contains also the following paragraphs: 'ISLE OF ELY.-On Tuesday evening two valuable cart- horses, belonging to Mr. Hewia(n, of West Fen, and one belonging to Mr. Wm. Laxon, jun., of Binoamoor, were struck with the electric faid, and killed. On Subscribers-only content

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