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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Harbridge

    the heirs of Maud and Hawis. This seems to have been the same estate of which in 1375 John de Boyland of Eling and Alice his wife, holding it of the hereditament of Alice, conveyed a moiety to William de

    Parishes Hungerford

    eldest son Thomas. 115 It has been said that in the 17th century the park belonged to the family of Boyland , but in 1707 it passed to the family of Stonehouse . 116 Franci s Stonehouse of Hungerford Park

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    , Mordecai, Nich., Thos., Boxing , Boxmoor ( Herts .) , Boyd , Prebendary F. Leith , Boydell , Josiah, Boyland , Wm., Boyle , Eliz., see Killigrew; Hen., Earl of Shannon (d. 1764), Boyne , battle of the, n

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LANCASTER, John II (d.1424), of Bressingham, Norf.

    border of Norfolk and Suffolk. He increased the family possessions in the parish by his marriage to Margery Boyland, who brought him Boyland Hall along with manors elsewhere in Norfolk, notably Heywood Hall in Diss and Brockdish Hall in Burston,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gmvhier Hall ................................................................ Old Haigh Moor, Briggs, Sons, and Co. l il W,,rsbor' Park .... . . . J n Boyland . . ...........Si Oaks . , . ,..,......._._.. D Edmund Main .. ........... -20 0 P Lund Hilt ...............I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I .jjaoroNDENOM. "Benjai Bmith"- "'3J. EL"-Aak 07an? E gegg e fst b~a~ ~~~$,T.r lr ~Act of Parliament, NMI,, U pthe day before or the day after. Wr Sub -Ts h 'was hanged at ltafford, 14th June, 1856. Aka hlu Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Ovanceoc said the prosecutor in thist case was Mr. Thomas cease by Norton, who was a farmer residing at Boyland, in the West Ridbisg. On fl ut On Saturday evening, the 13th of July, the prosecutor and his some Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    had on Applies- tion at tie Anctlioneer's Office, Market-Street, Ba nsley if by Letter, Post-paid); also of Hir. Russell, at Boyland Nether, near Barnsley; at the Offices of Messrs. Jemes and llamilton tichardson. Solicitors, Leeds; of Mr. Whitehead, of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the homestead and outbuildings, and Three Closes of LAND, containing SA. 3hi. If P` adjoining w the read leading from Boyland to Hudderafield, and now occu- pied by John Brittoner. ES This let will he sold subject to an annual Subscribers-only content

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