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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 4, Chapter 6 Suburbs. Manour of Finsbury.

    and North, as well upon the Land of Richard Atkinson , as also upon the Lands, now the said Richard Bucklands , late the aforesaid Sir Michael Fishers , Kt. on the Party West, 1s. 1d. Of Thomas Wilkinson ,

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Trotton Parish Church of St George Trotton Milland Chapel

    in 1654 they joined in selling it to Peter Bettesworth , 67 who may have been a trustee for the Bucklands , for in 1679 Maurice Buckland , son of Walter and greatgrandson of Beatrice, sold the manor to Lawrence

    Parishes Shrivenham

    of Backett (q.v.). Marten . Argent two bars gules with three bezants on each bar . Lands in Bourton called BUCKLANDS apparently took their name from the family of Buckland , of whom Joan de Buckland held lands in Bourton

    Parishes Downton

    east sides of the copse, was less nucleated than those of the Avon valley. In 1327 and 1332, when the Bucklands ' house and farmstead of Redlynch manor were included, 99 its higher assessment for taxation shows it to have

    Willesden Settlement and growth Willesden : evolution of settlement 1822-1914

    A new route was created, on the line of the northern part of modern Dudden Hill Lane . One tenement, Bucklands , on the west side of Neasden Lane , north of Bower Lane , survived to become Neasden smithy.

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    Willesden , chs., dom. bldgs.: Grange (formerly Rose Cottage ), Grove , Neasden Ho . (formerly Catewood's), farms and farmhos.: Bucklands , Gravel Pit , Little's or Barnhaw, Model, Neasden , Stud ( Elmstead ), Turners , Wilsons or Brewers,

  • * British History Online * *

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    Addenda, Queen Elizabeth - Volume 27, June 1582, 01 June 1582-30 June 1582

    With examinations thereon, before Drs. John Hamond and Mat. Carew, of John Hastings, William Constantine of Merle, John Hilliard of Bucklands, John Huntley of Milborne, and Edward Mead of Poole, all of Dorsetshire, George Dickinson of Wiltshire, Charles Browen of Subscribers-only content

    General Index, B, 01 January 1580-31 July 1625

    Lord Lieutenant of receiver in residents in troops to or from volunteers raised in Buckland , co. Berks, vicar of Bucklands , co. Dorset, residents in Buckley , Sir Rich. Mr. Buckman , John Bucks , see Deer. Bucland , Subscribers-only content

    Index, B

    143), 1238. -, prior of See Milgate, John. Buckingham , 916. Buckinghamshire , 748, 804, 891. Buckl. d, 878 ii. Bucklands tenement in Over Burton , Berks, g. 226 (25). Buckley. See Bulkeley. Bucklough. See Buccleugh. Buckwolt , Achin, 1116.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    days the sea was wont to rush along the reedy marsh right up to Boldre Bridge; you could wander through Bucklands without fear of surly gamekeepers, and dream of Czesar's time; no staring obelisk met the view on the opposite Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lie ns bir [costiem ; SouthICoat tucre, Retalms £1,200. Voluantion aimnue EL6I--For particulcars ainch reasocn for eilialeal, cdIrsc"lms Papler, Ste. Bucklands, Haosler. Wastatiusiter Bridge Iatuad Looucluu. aleC 9)0O'L-BUSIlF- , npoilocnsac. oldlt rSel ooad o ) elt m inicireaosen. sniulio, as Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    always sleep in a state of nudity. Gipsies have n rhe clans there is the Cooper family, the Stanleys, the Bucklands, and the ir the Borslam. Old gipsey B- wears large thick silver buttons, as big as 1i lie- half-crowns, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on behind his car- al riage, and rme thieves cut th cords and stole it. Great a as ws Mr. Bucklands anoance, it wa probably xceeded by thatof the thieves. t M. Badllon, Natural History Professor of the Faculty of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lonadonderry, a peer of Ireland, lately residing at Gravesend House, St. Anthony, Cornwall, but who died at Bucklands, Plymouth, on March 20 last, at the age of 66, was proved in London under £1,500 per. sonalty in England, by his Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WROTH, John (d.1396), of Enfield, Mdx. and Downton, Wilts.

    WROTH, John (d.1396), of Enfield, Mdx. and Downton, Wilts. Constituency Dates Middlesex Oct. 1382 Middlesex Apr. 1384 Wiltshire Nov. 1390 Ofifces Held J.p. Mdx. 6 July 1377-81. Biography The genealogy of the Wroth family is a complex one, beset

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The Devonshire domesday., 1893

    of making corrections in a work so full of inevitable difficulties and ambiguities. When one observes that there are fifteen Bucklands to be sorted out and assigned, if possible, to their right places on the county map, one feels that Subscribers-only content

    The Devonshire domesday., 1893

    of making corrections in a work so full of inevitable difficulties and ambiguities. When one observes that there are fifteen Bucklands to be sorted out and assigned, if possible, to their right places on the county map, one feels that Subscribers-only content

    History of the rise and progress of Middlesbrough, 1863

    lific fields. During the 581 years which immediately succeeded this grant, no fact creeps out. There must have been unrecorded Bucklands and Mur- chisons among the Romans. Heaps of scoria are still in Whitby . Gros- mont and various places Subscribers-only content

    The principles of the chrono-thermal system of medicine: with the fallacies of the faculty : in a series of lectures, 1845

    true-what, of true, is not new!" From this sweep¬ ing condemnation of the Times I wholly dissent. The Herscbells, the Bucklands , the Scdgwicks, the Murchisons,-Faraday, Brewster, Airey, have laboured too success¬ fully in science, not to rebut with all Subscribers-only content

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