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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Papworth Everard Manors and other estates

    was held in demesne by Everard of Beach . 20 It descended to his son Peter (fl. 1194-1228 ) 21 and by 1233 to Peter's son Peter (d. after 1235). 22 John of Beach , son or brother of the

    Landbeach Charities for the poor

    , 37 had been given after 1135 by William Peverel to his steward Alan, whose son Gilbert's son Alan of Beach held it as a minor in 1166 . 38 Alan died shortly before 1204, leaving as heir his son

    Milton Manor and other estates

    . 3 By 1166 it had descended to Everard of Milton or of Beach , sheriff of Cambridgeshire 1170-7 . 4 In 1197 Everard's successor, Peter of Beach , bought out the claim raised in 1194 by Robert Picot ,

    Introduction Landbeach and Milton c. 1800

    Beach Lode , which by 1359 divided the marshes of Landbeach from those of Waterbeach , at its start running along the Roman road. 69 Into t he Car Dyke ran lesser watercourses flowing east of the village. The

    Landbeach Church

    to which presentations were recorded from the late 12th century, 46 then belonged to the Beach family. In 1247 it was agreed that Ellen of Beach 's successors as lords of the manor should present alternately with the Avenels descended

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o'r miftn. : r P I Mae y Canghell-lys wedi caniatau prawf .newydd arc eto ar achos "Jones yn erbyn Beach," yr. hwn a w ' gynyrohodd gryn ddyddordeb yn mrawdilys diweddaf y sir hen. Cafir mai achos ydaedd hwn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to Conway, and on the East side of the New English Chapel, and within few minutes' walk of the Bathing Beach and Railway Station. : ' It has 40 yards frontpge, and is 96 yards in length, is to be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Conway, and o ' the. Etast sides o~tb~te Nsw- English . Chrapel, a.Ud within few !ninutes walk of the Bathing Beach and It has 40 yards fia2'bbge and is 96yardsmin length, is to be divided into lo~ts to suit purohasera. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to Conway, and on the East side of the New English Chapel, and within few minutes' walk of the Bathing Beach and Railway Station. It hee 40 yards frontage, and is 96 yards in length, is to be divided into Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to, Conway, and on the east side of the New Ernglih Chapel, and within few minutes' walk of th& Bathing Beach and' Railway Station. It has 40 yards frontage, and is 96 yards in length, is to heo divided into Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Lodge Perfect Unanimity

    India 1800 House in Spen Tank, Madras, India 1802 Pantheon, Madras, India 1803 College Hall, Madras, India 1826 Masonic Hall, Beach, Madras, India 1840 Mr. Williams' House, Mount Road, Madras, India 1856 Cotgrave Hotel, Vepery, Madras, India 1861 Masonic Hall,

 

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