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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Blaisdon Economic history

    with heriot payable. 12 Three open fields were recorded in the parish in 1572 : Wall field, Nether field adjoining Beech brook, and Down field 13 lying south of Nottswood Hill . 14 Pan field was mentioned in 1654 and

    Blaisdon Introduction

    boundary thr ough a narrow valley between the high ground of Blaisdon and Flaxley , and by its tributary the Beech brook 5 to the south-east. About a third of the parish is woodland, most of it lying on the

    Parishes Wilshamstead

    this date. 24 By 1669-70 a further alienation of this manor had taken place, it being then owned by Thomas Beech , who with his son made a settlement of it by fine on William Bedell . 25 In 1764

    Parishes Beechingstoke

    plate facing p. 33. MSS. C.C.C. Oxf., Kb. 3; W.R.O. 212B/151 Beech . 1, deed, Budd to Gilbert, 1790. MSS. C.C.C. Oxf., Map 75; Kb. 3; W.R.O. 212B/ 151 Beech . 1; 906/W. 208; par. regs. S.R.O., Button-Walker - Heneage

    Glastonbury Abbey

    the abbey trustees catered for pilgrims and other visitors by building a visitors' centre designed by R. J. Chambers of Beech , Tyldesley and Partners. 32 FIG. 11. West entrance to Glastonbury abbey looking west through the Galilee to the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pan y Parch. L. Lewis, Vecer, Alfred Broolcng, Yew., Mount Vernon, Liverpool, a Miss Grace Jams, ai fercb Cadben James, Beech Cottage, Vale Street, Dinbych. A' y '29sin cyndee-l, yn Rehobeth, Treffynon, gan Mvr. Wil- hiam Jones, cofrestrydd, Mr. William Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    , 1 ' 0 - " Robert o°eit. B. 0 0 ... er Y1 Sabbtl ' ' ;' 10010 0' Beech. . 1 0 0 'M E.Edwaidst 10 00' " TBU . . 10 0 ,,essrs.LBibb *, ; 100- -o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ? 11 I - .1 '' ; , :. futopbbion T41W wq-? ? Cynhaliodd yr Hen Gatholiciaid euncyfarf6d cyntaf yr wythnos ddiwLddaf, yn' yr EgAwys Efengylaidd yn Weisbaden, Ile yr oedd tua phe'dair mil o bobi yn bre- senol. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dyfiryn (gynt o Corlis.) Pris Is. OlLWYDDOREG AR% FEDDWDOD, gan Mer. .J Evans yngbyd ag anerchiad axDdir-West, gan y diw-eddar Beech. H~enry Rees, ~iverpool. Pris to. neu 6s, 6c. y cant i Ysgolion Sabbothol. Gochelwoh efelychiad twyllodrus o Allcock'sPorcn Plaster.-Mewn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    c3pel Cymraeg y flwyddyn ddiwedaf atf y gyindeithas yma ydoedd 39p. 18s. 10c. Yr ysgrifenydd ydeedd Mr. John Richards, 4, Beech ' Road ,Tranmere, cnd Dii ddaeth Fmlaen yn y ¢yfarfod l i ddarllen y cyfrifon. Nid oedd y cyntlliad Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 6 [Bounds.] Cripplegate Ward. [Present State.]

    here. Beech lane . The Abbot of Ramsey , his Inn. Almshouses in Beech lane . Golden lane . Alms People there. Burghkenning, or Barbican . A Place without Barbican enclosed, and presented. J. S. Garter House, or Place. Beech

    Book 5, Chapter 15 The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT.

    Shoe-lane . 58. Paviers. No Livery. No Hall. 59. Bottle-makers and Horners. No Livery. Petticoat-lane . 60. Glovers. No Livery. Beech -lane. 61. Felt-makers, a Brotherhood. No Livery. No Hall. 62. Long Bowstring-makers. No Livery. No Hall. 63. Watermen. No


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