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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Fordham Economic history

    Blands . They partly specialized in developing and growing seeds, especially for rootcrops, 18 on nurseries largely laid out just west of the village between the Soham and Burwell roads, conveniently close to Fordham station. 19 In 1861 the

    Townships Didsbury

    later. 8 The land descended to the Blands , whose improvidence resulted in the gradual dispersal of the whole. Among the chief purchasers were the Broome family, who acted as agents for the Blands and Barlows. 9 By an heiress

    Parishes Startforth Wandesford of Kirklington . Or a lion azure with a forked tail .

    the manor, 32 and he is mentioned in 1345 . 33 Subsequently the manor came into the possession of the Blands . John de Balliol, junior, is the first recorded owner of the mill. On his attainder it was given

    Townships Withington

    tenement in Withington to William Alcock , and in compensation gave Sir John Bland tenements near Bury . For the Blands see Booker , loc. cit. The will of Dame Bland is there printed. By it she charged her manor

    Parishes Trumpington

    in the 1790s . 65 Horse shows, well attended, were held at the Green Man in the 1850s by the Blands , 66 who had kept it since the 1780s . 67 By the 1840s the Tally Ho and Red

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    editress of the ' Revue Populaire,' and Karl, a well-known actress, Mdmes Arnould, Esther-Sezzi, and Collet, Miss Cameron aid Miss Blands, Mdme Augusta m Gamberg, from Finland, and many others. After dinner the gentlemnen and ladies seem to have spoken Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for "emainder of Sales by Auction, &c., see page 8. SALES BY AUCTION ON VIEW ON MONDAY NEXT,. SALIS ON TUESDAY NEXT, A? TTIS LAWRiSl .LE 41OMS, CORPORATION STREET.. AN EXTENSIVE 'SALE OP 8UPERIOR FURNITURE, In BEIED BOOI DRAWING Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    p.mn.. <11ATI At NT 1, 0 N E I G ItO U 3DS _ i A Arisly Quadlrilles." by Three Blands, witlt full A xIi sion 6d1. Chiillreit Ilalf-rilr1co. ED0tA ATOINAL, -7IlN(V;TOlN (OLLEGE.-TheO COLLEGE MEETS l'Ai:1t'K ROAD SCHOOL, Acock's Grcern, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    will also comprise the Fnrms of "UpPER B'3owetnolL' i I ant "MIDDLE BAITENiA.LL' (divested of some of their present E Blands), and thl charming pesidential Propertima, iown ss n 'Low n BATTENUALL," and "TInE FINS." The remainderso C the Estate Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Society. c4737 D ~HESOYGREAT FLORAL FETE, August 1 2n3P atis. I1, i84. Larges lowerh uIa ito the Provisees. pSRI. Totagnifiient Blands of H.M. Royal Horse Cuard~s (Blne), H.11. Ccldstreairi isuarde, atoi Sthropthire Veotuatiry Carairy. Comlbined, llns alt h REel veoiosg Subscribers-only content

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