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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Yateley

    21/2 miles north-west from Blackwater Station , on the Reading and Reigate branch of the South Eastern Railway . The parish covers an area of 3,222 acres. It is bounded on the north-east by the River Blackwater , on the

    Easthorpe Introduction Easthorpe 1840

    The two place-name elements, 'east' and 'thorp' signify the eastern farm or hamlet, which might mean east of the river Blackwater , or of the London-Colchester road , or of Feering and Kelvedon . 68 Domsey brook enters the parish

    Parishes Arreton

    of the 19th century on the site of an earlier Jacobean structure. 1 There are water mills at Huffingford near Blackwater and Shide at the extreme western limit of the parish, and there was formerly another mill at Horringford of

    Parishes Finchampstead

    parish of Finchampstead is situated on the right bank of the River Blackwater , between Sandhurst and Swallowfield . The area is 3,943 acres, of which 993 are arable, 964 permanent grass and 1,687 woods and plantations. 1 The surface

    Parishes Nursling

    scioteð se merc on gearnes egae. ðonne be suðen hriod eg on terstan. ðonon andlang testan on mercfrot (probably the Blackwater brook, a branch of the Test, now a part of the western boundary of Nursling parish) ðonon anlang fliotes

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'it Ian earIlyhur tl i morning, between two gentlemen of this county. They met on the Waterford side of the Blackwater; having been previously bound over te keep the pence in thte coyonly of Cork. The nauezi of theBgspictie ;a& Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Budd Righby nd young gentleman lately returned from college, and residit,"' 'e sa father, a barrister, at Yately Lodge, near Blackwater. Te wItl his swas a gentleman residing at Yately Cottage, in the same neigihbouriljt aed had been for a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, &c. A short time ago an elderly single man, named Blondean, residing at Marmers, in the Sarthe, becoming weary of life, took the following extra- ordinary mithod of putting an end to it :-Having made his will, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of W. Theobald, Esq. barrister, of a son. On Sunday morning se'nnight, the eife of D)aniel M 'Guinness. acarpenter, near Blackwater, presented himi, with three pledges-two boys and a girl, who with their parent are all living; and we are Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    prostrated, while thousands of acres are covered by the flood for many miles by the overflowing of the Alto, the Blackwater, and Bandon rivers. Hair of the coach road, to the extent of 200 feet, near Durnkettle bridge, has been Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    27 May 1800, 27 May 1800

    vice leäa efi Billa, intituled, " An Aft for " building a new Bridge over the River Chelmer or *' Blackwater, at Fullbridge, in the Town of Maldon, " in the County of Effex." Ordered, That the faid Bill be Subscribers-only content

    6 June 1800, 6 June 1800

    whom the Bill, intituled, " An " Aa: for buildipg a new Bridge over the River Cbel- " mer, or Blackwater, at Fullbridge, in the Town of " Maldon, in the County of Efifex" was committed. The Lord Walfingham made Subscribers-only content

    9 June 1800, 9 June 1800

    efl Bilk, intituled, " An Aft for Bridge Bill: « building a New Bridge over the River Chelmer, or ' Blackwater, at FuHbridge, in the Town of Maldon, in the County of EJex." The Queftion was put, " Whether this Subscribers-only content

    20 June 1800, 20 June 1800

    the faid County of Stafford." " An " Aft for building a new Bridge over the River Chelmer, " or Blackwater, at Fullbridge, in the Town of Maldon, " in the County of Effex." " An Aft for eftablifhing and Subscribers-only content

    20 June 1800, 20 June 1800

    of Stafford." 22. " An Act for building a new Bridge over the Vol. XL!!. cc (C River Chelmer or Blackwater, at Fullbridge, in the Town oiMaldon, in the County of Effex." 23. " An Act for eftablifhing and well Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BAGNALL, Sir Henry (1556-98), of Newry, co. Down, Norley Castle and Stoke, Staffs.

    BAGNALL, Sir Henry (1556-98), of Newry, co. Down, Norley Castle and Stoke, Staffs. Constituency Dates Anglesey 1586 Ofifces Held Marshal of Ireland 1590; chief commr. for Ulster 1591. Biography Bagnall’s career was spent in military service in Ireland, where

    WINGFIELD, Edward (c.1562-1603), of Kimbolton, Hunts.

    reports to her. He remained in Ireland through the 160l summer campaign and was wounded at the crossing of the Blackwater, but Cecil, though ‘far from wishing him ill’ could or would do nothing for him, and Wingfield returned to

    BAYNARD, Richard (c.1371-1434), of Messing, Essex.

    in Essex since the 12th century and by Richard’s time had accumulated substantial landed holdings on both sides of the Blackwater estuary, including the manors of Messing, Birch Hall and ‘Le Castle’ and property in Rayne, Copford and Tey. These

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Border Lodge

    0 Lodge Number (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 2475 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places White Hart Hotel, London Road, Blackwater, Hampshire 1893

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    JAMES HARE, Theft, 24/10/1821

    not. I have not signed the deposition. JONATHAN DOWNTON . I am foreman to Mr. Pitcher, a shipbuilder , at Blackwater - I saw the prisoner take a brown paper parcel out of a basket across the hall, and lay

 

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