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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Social and economic history Appendix 2

    . 6 d . 6 d .-8 d . 6 d . 5 d . - Year Helps And Women Carters And Ploughmen Thrashing - Rogers' Average Middlesex Wage Rogers' Highest Price Middlesex Wage Rogers' Highest Price Middlesex Wage 1273-4

    Parishes South Weston

    steadily into the 18th century and the Carters and Coopers , who were in turn lords of the manor, acquired by marriage and purchase the greater part of Weston . 114 The Carters left their Weston house, Manor Farm ,

    Swavesey Economic history

    12 were returned in 1851 and 1871, 7 in 1861 , and 8 in 1881 . During that period the Carters were the chief farming family, having between them four farms with 1,070 a. in 1851 , five with 1,160

    Ducklington Other estates

    , yeoman (d. 1691), was 'of Barley ' and Barkers were resident in Ducklington until the 1720s . 37 The Carters were perhaps associated with Claywell , since they also held of Ducklington manor an estate held earlier by the

    Parishes Over Worton Over Worton , 1760

    to 1553 . 140 Robert Foster , rector 1553-81 , who came from an Over Worton family related to the Carters , was resident throughout his incumbency; 141 he may have been a religious conservative in 1559 when he was

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hardd, ynghyd a pbel iddo -dyfe- ar reline mealloeh Ile ns byddo y nrensuit darted. Pdsa 35. 60. Gotywo aml Carters oslooigee ODl. -Irs4I gaal bob ifayflydS Xstad Cyfan- wernbol. 13, Fstitgdou hoed. Lleedam.O =KH t._-B-Rmwyttha en dops o horo Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    r rb-o nioeiion. !le Da byddoy bpea y moew-rchedarbrylianu mor dueddol iddo Ar %vew;tU ' i1. 1' .6: Gofyawch am Carters ganbo ffiryllydd, arioa 2sr . Cyfaonwerthol:-Charles Beaio; 1- , "a, in b feryllydd. Ysatordy Cyfar- daieN Bell & 4io.. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    spots, wh~retim d arenot decayed. Price 3s. 6c. Fer a to make the hair soft, glossyt alnd luxuriat, * to Carters tologne Oil. Price 1T. of all Wholesale dopotb "J', flu ing'1 ;-ai u THE BEST TEA 1-8 PLADD[NS5 MAO!C Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    spots, where -h y are not decayed. L'rice 3s. Ior f make the hair soft, glossy, and loxi 1nt .sk Carters Cologn.e 01. Price 1o of a Wholesaio dep6t, io, i arri:,! *n Road o THE BEST TEA Is '.ALADD Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    not decayed. Prioe 3s. 6c. For an 0i] to make tlhe lhair soft, glossy, and luxurio . : k for Carters Coiagne Oil. Prioe is. of !il Wholesaae dspOt, 33, Farringdon Rotd, Le tdon -THE BEST TEA i- -~ ~~ Subscribers-only content

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Book 3, page 309 (1563)

    of the horsmen were on the out syde, and when as they saw theyr tyme for to ioyne battell, the Carters whiche led the winges, going forth vnto themperors standard, and compassing in such part of their enemies as thei

    Book 2, page 80 (1583)

    sacrificed with young children, and preferred to the best aduauncementes in the common weale, most light personages, as baudes, Minstrels, Carters, and such like. In one word he was an enemy to all honesty & good order. And when he


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