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  • * Victoria County History *

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    West Drayton Other estates

    . 67 William Batt, described as a 'gardener', 68 was already living in West Drayton in 1730 . 69 The Batts were prominent farmers in the district for more than a century. In 1824 Matthew Batt owned an estate of

    Brewham Brewham in 1839

    and a stone axe from the south point to neolithic activity along that band 19 and the later settlements at Batts Farm, the demesne homestead of North Brewham manor, at South Brewham village, at Horseley , named in the 12th

    Parishes Wilcot Wilcot , 1803

    the partition of Batts farm after 1816. 261 In 1818 the lessee of Stowell farm secured a lease of some 200 a. of Batts farm, so that Stowell farm amounted to 546 a. in 1839 . 262 Batts farm was


    its open hall; to the south-west is a probably 16th-century barn with crown-post roof. A notable later building nearby is Batts , a small 18thcentury brick farmhouse which was enlarged and refitted in the same style in 1961 -2 for

    Bruton Hundred Bruton hundred c . 1840

    for the ten tithingmen of Bruton hundred to meet on 3 May each year at a gate near Pinkwood beside Batts Farm in North Brewham . 29 Records of courts leet and views of frankpledge for the hundred survive for

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    E. Fr, Uoetltndadjrc&, tlplsigt'sr, from Sept. 30 t N W. Ilatnb~ry, Shoredi~h, distiller, from. Sept.27 t ocr. BAN-KRUPTCY SUPESREDLD 'S Batts 1iath, viernalaier: - : '' ''' ' :BhNRklPTF,. -*rtgh litd m stcneVs ttionerv AthorncyMr. Abbt1 V. IMander'tonI inn. nliR.ll Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    consetited to do. Poole had occasion to leave his house. On his rettiri lie mret two men, Raml ey atid Batts, coilin n out of his llnn'e, (ile hoor of which itad only been fastened with the latch, by tie Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Berkeley, C., 25 Mon tague strdet Berkeley, Hoin. fleeyr, Cranford Birkeidy, Hoe. T. lii. F., Crainford Betts, John, (Goldsmith street Batts, Thomas. Hackney road Bigg, SM., West Ehd lane, Hamp- stead Bignujare, Cesare, Kensington Bingley, Henry, East Smithfiald Bingler, John, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    23 do. of Dragoons, from 1,5001. to 2,0001. 37,000 3 do. of Foot Guards, from 2,5001. to 4.5001. 9,500 103 Batts. of the Line, from 1,2001. to 1,5001. 130,000 3 West India Regiments, 1,2001. - - 3,600 10 Battalions of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to be Capt. by purchase, vita de Sanmarez, who retires; Ensign J. Jago to be Lie*t. by purchase, vice De Batts; C. T. Lindows, Gent. to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Jaog. 88th Foot-Ensign T. Gore to be Lient. by Subscribers-only content


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