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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Iffley Cowley , Iffley and Littlemore . Sketch map before the Inclosure.

    held in Cowley of William Burgan , 144 and a holding called 'Hallplace', a name which suggests Hallcroft , 145 where Burgan had property and perhaps his residence. This estate, therefore, probably included the 13thcentury Burgan fee (partly in Iffley

    Parishes Cowley

    was a large freeholding here, the de Kersinton- Burgan fee; 176 also some villein holdings, 177 including Dogetsplace. The Templars held several cottages either direct of Iffley manor or of the Burgan fee; 178 and four villeins were quitclaimed to

    Parishes Littlemore

    manor in Littlemore ; and from St. Bartholomew's Hospital it received a few acres in Cowley and Iffley of the Burgan fee, which subsequently went with the Littlemore farm. 107 The former property consisted of half an acre and a

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    de, 151 Burford , Martha, 90 Burford stone , 100 Burgan , Beatrice, 84 n ; Ralph, 84, 84 n ; Wm., 84, 194, 196; fam., 85, 199, 200 Burgan fee , see Cowley Burgess , Hen., 147; Lawr., 146;

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    In 1881 and plainti commenced buliimsss on his own account. - Plain. the Ve tiff lad' an interview with Mt-. Burgan, manager of the the Wo Birmingham branch of the bank, and astthe result he, In receied' a letter froinhim Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    vote of thanks to the chairman ci interests of the bank. H~o omnmnemided the dlirectors for o grantingl to M~rs. Burgan a small allowancec for a year. N3 The amoutt £52., cortaissly wvas nsot much, but it was t somethling Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    treadle or over-heedmoation.- B. .BI.Iowen, Wood Stret 7lonumeottLane. , - e4043 1ATHE (uir Sretw-cuttingl, Ott., ieclc g;ear, twonv-w LA wheels. Burgan £,-106, 109-IlO, tedt 110w. 03502 A-iTR of ClygidilRls f.long.-Trease sud Co., Stirehicy P Street ricrlkwouk~king.s uNortn _______ 1~OtSlchaaps, a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ,WjAZ'TJ,,b`CLASS of A.DYJRTISLIMIW1-T`9 Per consentOi50 Insertitfons of thoe ciatoes of s01l0 Advertigenentoti partircularised botow thle foliosvlog are thle prepaid chargeia~ If, wortls. 'Onc CO.... .~ 7t 2 .1rds, 01)[10 .... I I I. oro D~itto. Th1ree Insertloat, o i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T, Barnev and Mliss Barney, DMr. 'T'. Van BEeckniann, dir. C. IV. and hers. Badger, Dir. J. A. and irs. Burgan, Dr. A. BRttle, Councillor and Mlrs. Bishop, Mr. D. and hIrs. Baker. dir. 11. Bisliton, Captain Brown and BMiss Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Report on vegetable products, 1867

    by Dr. Mueller, F.R.S. Binnap (Manna Gumtree, Eucalyptus viminalis-Labill.), for Geeaus (flat shields). Ballee (Cherrytree, Exocarpus cupressiformis-Labill.), for Gurrecks (spear-throwers). Burgan (Mountain Teatree, Kunzea peduncidaris-Ferd. Mueller), for Goyjums (kangaroo spears), Breapang or Warra -Warras (fighting sticks with bead ends), Gudjerons Subscribers-only content

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