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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Alien houses Priory of Withyham

    in Pevensey worth 5 s . 6 d ., and probably also the manor of Withyham and the hamlet of Blackham in that parish. 1 These two estates were temporarily usurped by Walter de Richardeville, but were restored to the

    Introduction Introduction

    a. 10 A small wood at Henley had been planted by 1282 . 11 In 1515 the abbey demesne included Blackham wood, measuring 10 a., to be felled every ten years, and in which all tenants had rights to cut

    Religious History Churches built before 1800

    been for a long time, 88 but was being repaired by a Mr. Blackham , an ironmonger of Birmingham . 89 It is not certain whether Blackham fulfilled this work: in the early 19th century the chapel was again in

    Index A - K

    see Itchington , Bishop's bit-making , see horse furniture Blackham : John, Congregational deacon of West Bromwich , 3, 68 John, Walsall baker, 186 Susanah Langstone , w. of a John Blackham , 85-6 Blackwell , John Howard , 105

    Victoria County History

    .), 30 Biscoe , Jos., 129 Bishop , H. A., rector of Longstowe , 125 Bishop's Stortford , see Stortford Blackham : Dorothy, see Hall Hen., 65 Blackledge , R. D., vicar of Bourn , 14 Bligh , Ivo, Ld.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ult. through the alleged negligence of a signalman, Ambrose Blackham, who was stationed near the place where some repairs of the line were going on, died of his injuries on Saturday. Blackham has been committed for trial. Earl Howe has Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    C. , Fowke, solicitor, Colmore Ioswv. MAr. Fowice sppseared c, for the debtor, and Mr. William Thomas amid Mr. ed Blackham ieprrsnlntelh credlitors. The chair wass taken by 31r. Alexander lEalbirnie, of Castle Street, Liverpoul. i -Air. Luke J. Sharp, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    b Boyle ........ 50 cfBoyle, b Palmer ., 29 PLev. V. J. Doyle, c Blackham 2 c Palmer, b Boyle 12 WV. S. Patterson, at Blackham .... Ob Boyle ... I C. L. Joues, b Palmer ............. 16 c Sab, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    , .,.. 4 Extras .: Total .31..................... 310 The Australian team is compbsed of Massie, Bannerman, bfur. soch, McDonnell, Glffes, Blackham, Homo, -Palmer, Boyle, Garrett, andioniler. GLOUCESTERSHIRE v. LANCASHIRE. This retsfrn match commenced yesterday morning, in Cliftos Coilegs close, in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ,. Total .... 196 r AUSTRALIANS.-1eT INeINGSrO- B S. P. Jones, bMorton .......... . ... ., 4 a J. 31. Blackham, not out . ........................ 16 a J. W. Garrett, not out ........... . .. 6 Extra . . .. Subscribers-only content


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