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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Bicknoller

    it remained until the death of Giles Sweeting in 1692 . 68 Yard was held at the same time with Causey 's or Kensey 's, a 171/2-a. holding adjoining, and Ford farm was held with Chilcombe . Most of the

    Parishes Inkberrow

    , 10 and the award is dated 6 August 1818 . 11 The following place-names occur: Tokene Ok, 12 Russhemore Causey , 13 in the 14th century. MANORS The manor of INKBERROW formed part of the inheritance of Hemele and

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    St., Catesby Lane, Chantry Place , Chapel Court, Chapel Lane , Chapel St., Chapel Yard , Cheylesmore Lane , Colepit Causey , Cook St., Cope St ., Corn Market , Corporation St ., Corpus Christi Lane , Coundon Rd., Cow

    Townships Manchester (part 2 of 2) MOSLEY OF MANCHESTER , & c.

    Cheetham north of the Irk was then within the manor; the present North Street seems to be that called the Causey . The manor-house and appurtenant land occupied about two acres; outside the gate was a house formerly a dog-kennel,

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