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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Spaxton Church

    . 8 d . 80 By 1636 it comprised the parsonage house, 39 a. of land, a second house, and Blindwell , 22 a. with a house. 81 In 1670 there were 3 houses and 62 a. 82 and in

    Wolvercote Economic history

    parish. 91 In 1636 the open field arable, on the higher ground in the east, was divided into four fields: Blindwell (107 a.), Churchcroft (119 a.), Fries (101 a.), and Cowhill (75 a.). West of Cowhill field and north of

    Eynsham Manor

    suggesting that, as later, the formal approach to the hall was by the south drive. Peripheral entrance lodges were built. Blindwell coppice, the site of the hall, was grubbed up almost entirely and great lawns laid out to the north

    Crawley Economic history 63. Crawley township c. 1816, from contemporary maps . 64. Crawley Mill and bridge from the Crawley-Witney road , c. 1896.

    sold from Barleyhill coppice and oaks at Crawley Ridings . 107 By 1874 nearly all had been cleared, leaving only Blindwell wood (21 a.) in the north-west and Singe wood in Hailey . 108 The 19 th and 20 th

    Eynsham Economic history

    area. By c . 1700 there were only two major wooded areas, Woodleys coppice (said to be 212 a.) and Blindwell coppice (78 a.), while the rest was referred to as the heath and Old Coppice , the latter an

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, B

    Baron of the Irish Exchequer appointed second baron of Irish Exchequer, 201 Blindley [? Blindley Heath, co. Surrey ] 329 Blindwell (Blyndwells), co. Devon disputed lands at, 153 Blithe , John. See Blyth, John Blois [Loire-et-Cher, France ] Viscount Cranborne's

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    commotion. has been caused by the service of rc ej ectinoat processes onl tbe estntes of M1ir. Kirwan, of T Blindwell, near Teamn, who has property inl Carraroe, t' ad of Mr. Berridge, the present proprieto of Y the 'Martin Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    have arrived on a visit to Sir Thomas andLady Redington, at Kilcorman; On Tuesday last a distinguished party assembled at Blindwell, tlhe residence of M. S.. Kirwan, Esq. Amongst the guests were Colonel' and Lady Lousia Knox, Lady Augusta Browne Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as regards you, is false ? No, I do not. You have heard the evidnence of Mr. Thomas Kirwan, of Blindwell a gentieman of considerable estato, a member of an antcient family in this cournty, and a mzagtstr.ate, was he Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    John Forde, Esq., Sydney. Place, Cork. Drogbeda County Town-Patrick Casey, Esq., Hardnman's Garden, Drogheda. Galway County -Thomas S. Kirwan,. Esq., Blindwell, Tuam.. : Gialway Town-M~attwhew lKennedy, Esq., Clon- . Kerry County-George. Philip Gun Mahony,. Esq., :Kilmorna, Listowet P , . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    piilltases of grain T IT \1 A G I S T 11 A C Y. Jas. Stauniton Kirvan, Esq., of Blindwell, Fox hell, Tuait, aznil Ehicardi ilichlael Davies, Esq., Ml.)., of St. ilicliael's, At;thenry, haove bel1u ippoi il ted ci Subscribers-only content

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