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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Shrewton

    turnpike road, Lower Backway south of it. From the junction of Lower Backway and Amesbury Road , Salisbury Road leads between them to Rollestone . The north part of Salisbury Road and the south part of Lower Backway were tarmacadamed

    Bruton Bruton in 1885 Redlynch Park 1762

    at West End occupied by Ward's silk factory. 38 Town mill continued in business in 1906 . 39 By 1906 Backway Stores had been established by a corn, coal, salt, and seed merchant. 40 By 1939 the business incorporated milling

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Temple.-G L Williams, Florence street, Islington, builder. [J R Chidlev, Basinghall street.-H Walker, Leicester, batter. FJames and Knight, Birmingham.-D Watkins, Backway farm, Sheb- bear, Devon, cattle dealer. [11 Fulford, North Tawton, Devon.-J Ambler, Bradford, York, worsted manufacturer. [Ingram and Baines, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of thle aiine Tiens- teosl-Tiho RESIOINCE, No. 24, fil HItnisetad Road. near Selin .1111, with large Uarden. and Rtight nO Backway, ltet in occupation of Dr. Blchebr ait ik rent of £23.. hut nowv void, so that possession coo lie Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Kit~che.. Cellar, two other scrttie;. -. gla-Colerced Vinery, Seullery. and Out-otlices in yard; ih ie sdnsmall Greenhouse, and Arlbour, with Backway. Th a,,a is 526 setuare yar ds. or theareabou ts. 1-nere j- spac is: the erection of ether buildinse, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Arms, Gren banlk, Henry George Lloyd to Chatlos Win. Morris. RercctrCc.Hionbarc'S Arms, Devonport-street, Richard Consighaim to POPLart.-Aleanclester Arms, faintelsester-rond, Jobh Backway to Win. Herbert. Crown and Sceptre, Woolinore-street, Robert Benttell to Win. Henry Style. Ainlior and Hope, West Ferry-road, John Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    three. ACCIDENT.-A child of Mr. John Hitohman, clothier, of this town, was on Tuesday last climbing a tree in the Backway, Bicester, when he fell heavily to the ground. Mr. Hitchman being fetched by some children found his son in Subscribers-only content

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