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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hemingbrough South Duffield

    and the south of the township. Adjoining the commons and woods of Skipwith and North Duffield in the north was Blackwood , belonging to the bishop of Durham , where Emme Wastehose had common rights in 1256 . 45 In

    Skipwith SKIPWITH 1769 NORTH DUFFIELD 1760

    43 and farmhouses now called North Duffield Lodge and Blackwood House . 44 A terrace of cottages called New Houses stands beside the road built to bypass the village, and Blackwood Hall was put up in the mid 19th century.

    Townships Old Laund Booth

    subsequently Little Blackwood was demised to them similarly at 3 s . 4 d . rent. 11 In 1527 John Robinson had two-thirds of Old Laund and John Hugyn or Higgin the remainder; they also shared Little Blackwood . 12

    The parish of Micheldever

    woodland is mostly comprised in Micheldever Wood , formerly part of Pamber Forest . Of the smaller woods Blackwood and Upper Blackwood lying in the north-east on the borders of Popham were granted to Hyde Abbey in 1258 by Audoenus

    Bethnal Green Building and Social Conditions from 1915 to 1945

    side of Brady Street , the four blocks provided 185 flats for 1,126 people. Rowley Bros , built Harvey and Blackwood houses at the southern end of the site fronting Merceron Road. Rutherford House , fronting Brady Street , completed

    Leek Longsdon LONGSDON 1991

    27 In the earlier 1470s Harracles was held by John Shaw , whose daughter Margaret, wife of John Wedgwood of Blackwood , in Horton , had succeeded by 1477 . Margaret was still alive in 1490 and John in 1494

    Hemingbrough Cliffe with Lund

    Emery de Eyville by the bishop of Durham in 1277 , when it form ed part of the waste called Blackwood . 77 It eventually passed to the Salvins and in 1580 Gerard Salvin sold it to Marmaduke Fawkes .


    those stretches themselves were subdivided. South of Rushbury village lay Blackwood , Lilywood , Short wood, and Roman wood. 81 People from Gretton were depasturing and cutting wood in Blackwood in 1465 , 82 and Wilderhope, Fegg, and Stanway were

    Townships Barrowford Booth

    . 10 d . for land in Nether Barrowford and Rishton Thorns. Lands there called the Six Forster Doles or Blackwood Doles were the subject of an inqu iry in 1550 -2. The name was said to have been given

    Eaton-under-Heywood PART OF EATON - UNDER - HEYWOOD 1842

    Edge was represented only by nearby footpaths and sections of the abandoned trackway. 79 In 1765 the road to the Blackwood lime kilns from Wall under Heywood , via Rushbury , was turnpiked. 80 It was disturnpiked in 1875 .


    may have been tried at some stage. 61 In the 1750s , as later, lime (at least some coming from Blackwood in Eaton-under-Heywood ) was used and allowances made to tenants for its use. 62 Demesne livestock in 1755 included

    Index A-J

    fam., Black Death , Blackbeard , Jas., rector of Sutton upon Derwent , Blackburn , Nic., Blackway , Thos., Blackwood , Blackwood Hall Farms Ltd. , Blake : Chas., rector of Wheldrake , fam., Blakey : A. H., T. O.,


    71; the estate is described as the 'manor of Chorley Hall ,' with lands, & c., lying in Chorley , Blackwood , Lighthurst and Samlesbury . Index of Royalists (Index Soc.), 42. Dugdale, Visit . (Chet. Soc.), 120. Thomas Gillibrand

    Index A-J

    , see Brown Clee hill Blackhurst , see Hoar Edge and Blackhurst Blacklands (Staffs., in Bobbington ) , blacksmiths , Blackwood (in Eaton-under-Heywood and Rushbury ) , Blair , Eric Art . (' George Orwell ', novelist), Blake, F. W.

    Index A-J

    Black Lion P.H. ( Kilburn ) , Black Lion P.H. (West End) , Blackburn Rd. , Blackburne, E. L. , Blackwood , Art. Johnstone , Blake: Jane, W. J., Wm., Blakett , Ric., Bland : John, Thos., Bland , Barnett

    Index K-Z

    Stanway Rowman Lane, Stanway , see Wilderhope and Stanway Wall's Bank, see Haywood woods (named), and see Acton , Stone; Blackwood ; Coats; Gilberries , the; Gretton ; Hargr ove ; Haywood ; Hope Dale ; Knaves Dale ; Larden

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