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You searched for: Place: Burcote, Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31

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    The parish of Micheldever

    hundred and appurtenances, 100 cassati and a church and also both vills of Stratton (i.e. East and West Stratton ), Burcote , and Northington with other lands. Liber de Hyda (Rolls Ser.), 101. Kemble , Codex Dipl . 642. V.C.H. Victoria County History

    Parishes Garsington

    was being deprived of his right to present. The court gave judgement in his favour, and he presented Henry de Burcote . 386 In 1392 Richard II licensed the priory to appropriate the church. But no appropriation ever seems to Victoria County History

    Easton Neston EASTON NESTON Hulcote village Easton Neston House And Park Easton Neston House And Park

    , ' Towcester Racecourse ', 222. Companies House, file no. 230773. Mill House Investment Co. Ltd. (established c . 1935), Burcote Investment Co. Ltd. ( 1937 ), Hayhurst Investment Co. ( 1939 ), Goldington Investment Co. ( 1938 ), Hulcote Victoria County History

    Domesday Book To 1300 LAND VALUES 1066 BY AREA LAND VALUES 1066 BY VILL MEDIEVAL FORESTS DISTRIBUTION OF WOOD AND TIMBER FROM LYTHWOOD AND SHIRLETT 1232 - 1300 MEDIEVAL MARKETS AND FAIRS distribution, and date of grant of foundation or other first mention, by decade ATCHAM c. 1790

    special hatching and breeding stations; the 13 small fisheries ( stankinges ) in Worfield parish c . 1240, eight at Burcote and five at Bradney , may have been such stations. 21 Incidental profits and benefits accrued from ponds. They Victoria County History

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    R. D.C. , 96, 113 Bullsdown , in Cuddesdon , 3 Bunye , Wm., 245 Burcot , 47, 163, 249 Burcote , Hen. de, 151 Burford , Martha, 90 Burford stone , 100 Burgan , Beatrice, 84 n ; Ralph, Victoria County History

    Index, B, 01 January 1524-31 December 1530

    Burbridge , , letter to, 6319. Burbroo ke ch ., Linc. dioc., g. 6600 (19). Burcetur or Burcestre. See Bicester. Burcote , Northt., g. 4231 (und.) Burdet , Sir John, p. 236. Burdet , Th., g. 1610 (8). Burdett , British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the following letter, containing postage stamps to the value of 2lu. Gel. :" To thle Paynmasteers asid Over- seers of Burcote, ssear Bromegrove, Worcestershire :Sir, You will oblige me by giving to the esost destitute widdow in your parish or Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Nevill, Will taihe place oll the 23th inst., ~tt !Holy Trinity Church, Eridge Urcesn, Kent. Mr. J. Sperscor Balfour, of Burcote Honse, JI .)ngdonl has basei adopted as the Liberal candil:tte for Baroley, wilere a va.cancy is abclt to take Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    OXFORDSHIRE COUN77¶:. COUNCIL. To the Electors of the ]Dorchester Division, aooparPINo THE PSI9RZSU OF Baldon, Marsh. Culham. Baldon, Toot. Dorchester. Burcote. Drayton: - Chiselhampton. Nuneham Courtenay. Cliftsn Hampden. Sandford-on-Thamies. Stadhampton. LADIES AND GENTLzEMEN, PP HE term of my election as Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    OXFOIDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL. To the Electors of the Dorchester Division, COMPnISING THE PAISHES OF T o Marsh Bnldon, Toot Baldon, Burcote, Chiselhampton, | Clifton Hampden, Culham, Drayton, Dorchester, Nuns- hba, Courtney, Sanudford. oe-Thames, and Stadhamptou. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,;, 0. jOR Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    144 165 Gi«n Magna 167 196 221 Gler.field 201 188 241 Gumiev _ 37 47 54 Haliatcn 191 233 261 Burcote 108 112 134 Husbands Bcsworth 174 191 211 Kibworth Beauchamp ...._ 363 436 519 Kilby 53 64 71 Kilworth, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Pvn vr CA _ V . <>N --TVPnoiD AVOIDED. JEJ, A >-IO._ATIC FILTERS. -No case of *'•''• ■»-'.■-.. i.'r ..'•'. o '-' urr '' l "-'here these Fillers have been in use. ' ' ' : -ie iii. i, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    de Morella George Gilpin Brown, Esq., Sedbury' Park, Richmond, York Captain Campbell, R.A , Frowles, Lutterworth Henry B. Hannam, Esq., Burcote, Abingdon, Berks John Hadwen, Esq., Poynton Towers, near Stockport Charles Alicock. jun., Esq., Bui well, Nottingham G. Lewis. Esq.,Strady, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    and is suitable tor Railw.y and other purposes. Burcote is 2 miles from the River Severn at Bridgnorth, 11 from Wolverhampton, and 8 from Sbiffnai, and adjoins good Roads. Mr. Hardwick, of Burcote, will on application cause the Timber to Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    and is suitable for Railway and other purposes. Burcote is 2 miles ftom the River Severn at Bridgnorth, tl from Wolverhampton, and 8 from Sbiffnai, m* adjoins good Roads. Mr. Hardwick, of Burcote, will on application cause tbe \l u-ii Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    is suitable for Railway and other purposes. Burcote is 2 miles from the River Severn at Bridgnor- -11 from M'olverhampton, and 8_ from shin" rt: d, i_i adjoins good Roads. Mr. Hardwick, of Burcote, wili on application cause me Timber Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    AN ELEC tRIC-LIGHTED CAB AT GLOUCESTfcB, A hansom cab, with electric light for the interior and exterior, capable of being turned on and off as required, has been built for Mr. Farmer, of Gloucester. Great ingenuity haa been exercised Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    gountj? "gfetti? _?es>&iona. REDDITCH. -Wednesday. Befere Mr. E. W. Haywood (chairman), Messrs. W. H. S. Kynneraley, E. S. Cope, and W. E. Perkins. Licensing Sessions.- Superintendent Jeffrey read his report, which atated that the population of the division waa Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    ASSOCIATION OF HEREFORDSHIRE HOP GROWERS. On Wednesday a meeting, attended by most of the principal hop growers of Herefordshire and ethers, was held at tbe City Arm. Hotel, Hereford, to con- sider tbe advisability of forming a district branch Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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