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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Wolverton

    two mills in Wolverton in 1086 , 29 the second of which was cal led in the 13th century West Mill . 30 It seems probable that it occupied the site of the present Wolverton Mill , which stands on

    Parishes Ickleford

    that a donor unknown gave a rent-charge of 20 s . to poor widows, which is paid out of West Mill in the parish of Shillington (Beds.). The annual sum of 60 s . is distributed to about thirty recipients.

    Parishes Radclive

    made in Domesday of a water-mill worth 5 s . belonging to the manor. 39 It was afterwards called West Mill , and as such bestowed by Ralph Hareng in 1243 on St. Michael 's chapel. 40 It is occasionally

    Parishes Barrington

    In 1086 there were thre e mills in Barrington . 229 The West Mill probably belonged to Chatteris Abbey , which at its dissolution still owned West Mill close, though the mill itself had disappeared since 1330. 230 Bolbeck Mill,

    Parishes Newport

    House, Crocker Street, Newport Hazards House, Newport There are many mills 25 within the borough boundary, the oldest being West Mill and Ford Mill , both mentioned in the charter of Isabel de Fortibus . 26 The other mills are

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .. 4,rAN.CGO~K ir open to an Essgcgmeet ir ans Hotel or Olevtrassrt C F 1sc-class refercnces.-AddIrecss E. B., t, West Mill, Clifton, B~rist c. sO4li UT~lfER~i-Wrtites, a isitsation as El oan or tslughtce-- B man, Quiet, good workmnua. (mod reteseses.- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (comfor-tahle) offered; W eahdhouse, pleasant, healthy ; tricycle accommodation LOUIUNHMOUTH.- Cosarortable Apartments; near sea dand B pietr.-Mrs. Pain, Broadwacer; West Mill Boaj. 09122 'BOURNt ltO7JTIL-Delightful Home. for Visitors. and Invalids Daturtoy Dean Mansion, Bocrnemonth; dining, drawing, rednbillifard and smoking rmoms; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SITUAIONSVAOAIIT (conxIdj JLP gnham. c2424 WantedRused to small work.-Apply, EL Harris Tower Works. pe Highigate Street. elMSa O IN anut WIed, with taste for drawing.-Apply, to Mr. Viney, 3) Iewsis's, Bull Street. c23is_ c-n U Wnte, indoos (6), tted Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    31ii atant of great value, Gentlemn eure.vtb . ajil good income from royalties and s-ez-Addrefv, a 4 ..y Post. c4224 hamly trade, wishes to meet Man with £131;1 godLiving.-Addreeas. 233.DailyPost. O1196 Watd n old-established manuacantring businessit yP Trd:to tk Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wisrer Apsrtments., well horniohod l B)door osootah venetral pusitisa.-hrs. Coburn. dololmom Reusoe, 1!ra,oeosoc, Tfor,--. e Li _n 's0URillEMtstTll lL50'ldssd, West Mill Rsadl.-Hoard sand ..lihesidesce; warm aitoatison close to pines end pier.-Pro- procetreco. ______ ____eSI --OUflP.YESOUTIS (West Cliffl.-iD-on Two~vro. flest~cla~s o Subscribers-only content

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

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    (Bawtrie) : undefined Location: Rossington (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Rossington Bridge (Rossington Brigge) : undefined Location: Idelthorne (Idelthorne) : undefined Location: West Mill (West Milne) : mill Location: Alwoortheley (Alwoortheley, Alwartheley) : undefined Location: Cockwicke Buske (Cockwicke Buske) : undefined Location: Nottinghamshire

  • * British History Online *

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    Treasury Warrants, May 1702, 21-31, 22 May 1702-31 May 1702

    and the close called Parsons Close of 1 acres and of the 1 acres of land adjoining thereto in West Mill Ferry, and the 2 acres in Brooke Furlong and half acre next Gogeons alias Gogeans Poole; and 3 acres

    Index, E

    lease of the Christopher Inn, 59, 192, 225, 366, 473. lands exchanged with the Crown: Gogeons Pool, Parsons Close, West Mill Ferry, Brooke Furlong, Sandhill, Birding Bush, Wenthall, Calverton Lane End, Little Broad Meare, Broad Mere, Wardgate, Parsons Bush, 225

    Henry VIII, January 1547, 30-31, 01 January 1547-31 January 1547

    the King ' s interest in the manor of Chacombe, a tenement in Banbury, and a water mill called West Mill in Chacombe, with the water called Chartewell from the mill to the upper end of the Woked poole, which

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Jonathan Maynard, 15/6/1685

    Appointment Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 152415 Linked to person: Maynard, Jonathan 1685-1685 Vacancy Data Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Maynard Forename Jonathan Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 15/6/1685 Office/Status Preacher Clerical Status

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