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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Chipstable

    Skirdall or Skirdle, which became the largest settlement. 8 Cottages at Elms Green , south of Chipstable village, and at Bulland were mentioned in the mid 19th century. 9 Farms are spread widely through the rest of the parish: Chitcombe

    Parishes Charlton Adam Charlton Adam and Charlton Mackrell , 1810

    soil of the parish is clay over limestone and lias. 6 The land rises above the 150 ft. contour at Bulland in the north-west, and above 125 ft. by the Foss Way in the north-east, and falls away gradually to

    Parishes Charlton Mackrell

    Road in the northwest of the parish, and also areas north-east of the Kingweston road at Rush Plot, Fatmoor, and Bulland . West field included most of the lands in the area of Windmill hill and Green Down , and


    ( Essex ), 167 Chipstable , 7, 10, 26-31, 38, 81, 86, 137, 140-1 adv., 29-30 agric., 28-9 Bulland , 26, 28 Bulland Lodge , 27, 140 char., 31 Chitcombe , 26-8, 81 ch., 26, 29-30 ch. ho., 27, 29-30

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    Ingle Moor (Ingle Moore, Ingle More) : fieldname Location: New Ing (New Ing, Newe Ing) : fieldname Location: Bullam (Bullam, Bulland) : fieldname Location: Dean Ing (Deane Inge) : fieldname Location: Smallam Close (Smallam Close) : undefined Location: Low Carr

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cry out, "Stop zy it, stop it, don't, murder, murder." Just after midnight d prisoner aroused the landlord of thSoNew Bulland Butcher, n and asked for some whisky, saying he and his wife liad s-walked from Baibury. Tae landlord supplied Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Saturay ... -1 Bulland Eftcher "D. T o r gCJH. HO DS.-Ouari , Thisday ..... Mar. 6....... Io Hdwlik. Wednesday 7 - .g ' North Kilwarth Eouns. Friday...,,.,, - 9 ,... Miaidwell. ESturday ,,. -10 . Badby Wood. TH i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (JIIfEAP PREPA ID ADVERg~TISEMEYTO. F'or Consecutive Infnertione oE the chaees of ADVERTISEMENTS paricuLarisod below, the followin~g are the harges: Two Hugsi (nine words to a lioe)..... 0 0 Ditto Three Innert-lorm ... .... I 0 Ditto SiX InawttIfi& .1........ Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - Apply 5, War~ottas WAN~rTE~Deverai Young METTN, neaed to- Turning Bedstead WII ultE ad. Vases,-Apply, 9, Ge Stee.______ WATa~FHOOP ROTLLIB.-ApplytoJos. Bulland Sen. Clif 3rANTNED Twoor Threegoort J0INIERE None others need PT apply.-i. Smrart, 343, olatt Street. _ Il REON Moulders,- Subscribers-only content

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