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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Ellingham

    the other side of the river. The main road from Fordingbridge to Ringwood passes east and through the hamlet of Blashford . 2 The village school is in Rockford , a hamlet almost in the centre of the parish. North

    Parishes Harbridge

    with her husband and Lewis and Elizabeth Bampfield sold three messuages and land in Harbridge , Ellingham , Hurst , Blashford , Rockford , Ringwood , Lyndhurst , Linwood and the New Forest to Henry Hommige in 1689 , warranting

    Hampstead Chalcots

    A. G. Cook and called Dorney , Bray , Burnham , and Taplow after villages near Eton . One block, Blashford , was in the east. Most blocks were finished by 1970 , the whole group forming a striking example

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    b Wigzell - 4, Copson, bs Wigzell - - - -3 J. Walker, c Davies - - - 0 J. Blashford, c Margett - - - 14' C. Hewitt, c Margett .- - . 1 W. Bentley, b WigzeeU - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ordinary business at the Man- sion House, on Wednesday, Mr. Blashford, of 10, Buck- lersbpry, solicitor, -waited upon the Lord Mayor, and made the following communication:-He said he received a letter a week or so back from a client of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    asid Rochester Cathedrals. There were pro. sent the Archbishop of Canterbnry (chairmanl, Lord Craurook th Bisop f Cahie o Lrd Blashford, the Bigt 1Ion A 5.lteesordHopM.P., Si- Walter - Jmes Sr HnryJakso, MP. Q..,Mr. C. Dahryniple, MB.,the eanof Lehilld nd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    first was between a grey horse the property of Mr. Matson, 50th Regt. and a chesnut mare belonging to Mr. Blashford, of the same corps; the former sv'as ridden by the owner, the latter by Captain Poyntz, of the 59th Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SALE THIS DAY. FIJRNITURE BY AUCTION, At No. 1, COlI .EGE STREET, on MONDAY, I 27th April, at ELEVEN o'cloeck, A VARIETY OF FURNITURE, comprising Mahogany Tables and Chairs; Sofa Pinnoforte; Carpets; Window Curtains; Fen. ders; Firo-Irons; Gasaliers; Bedsteads Subscribers-only content

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