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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The city of Durham Fortifications

    Market Square to the tower on Elvet Bridge, with gates on the northern line of the wall opening on to Claygate and Walkergate. This later wall probably did not possess any great military value, but was merely of sufficient strength

    Parishes Thames Ditton

    . Claygate has grown very much of late years since the opening of the Cobham line to Guildford ; Claygate station on this line was opened in 1885 . There are brick and tile works near the station. Claygate is

    Hampstead Introduction THE HOLBORN DIVISION

    The boundaries are those of 1819 London Clay , which covers all the parish, is capped in the north-east by Claygate Beds and Bagshot sands, producing the sands, gravel, and elevation of Hampstead Heath . 10 From 30 m. in

    Islington Introduction Ossulstone Hundred Inner parishes of the Finsbury division

    , except for the extreme north part of the parish on Highgate hill and along Hornsey Lane which lies on Claygate Beds with Bagshot sand on the summit. 4 In most of the eastern and southern parts the clay is

    Parishes Ash

    made further additions during his tenancy. The manor of CLAYGATE (Cleygate) was apparently of late formation. In 1399 a grant was made to Richard Rayle and Nicholas Churchill of lands called Claygate lying at Henley . 32 These lands probably

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Moulsey West, Peteraham, Richmond Roehampton, San. derstead, Sutton, Thames Ditton (including hamlet of Ember, hamlet of Weston, and hamlet of Claygate), Wim. bledon, Woodmanotowe, Warlingham, Worcesterspark, extra parochial. COUNTY OF KENT-Bexley, Beckenham, Bromley, Chariton, Crayfbrd, Chiselhurst, Down, Eltham (including Mottinghaml), Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LaTker, 5 yrs (60) 3 ORDER oF RluNNiso.-Selllng Hurdle 20 , Southern. Hunters', o 2.30; Free Welter, 3.16; Walton, 3.46; Claygate, 4.15; Saudown Hurdle, 4.46. e ADDITSONAL ARIrrVATA-Scsles, Lowland Duke, Rosebud, ,.Queen Bee colt, Scottish Earl, Good News, HRetman, Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the Walton Two-year-old Plate, which fell to the VO '~North 'Mind colt, who started at 10 to 1. The Claygate Stakes wi Y was reduced to a mateb between Scottish Earl and Warren Belit e- which was won by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Orbit was entrusted with' a little money at 8 to 1. To-morrow I shall vote as under:- Cobliamn Plate, WarrKrooT; Claygate Plate, OsMNDa or PLAsrAcGLer; Railway Plate, TarTos1N; Walton Two-year-old Race, Dsvnz s OwiN or GBAsDun -High- weiht Handicap, SLY Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rare dash from the distanceand secured the judge's verdict by half a length. Philtre was in strong deiand for the Claygate Kate, which he won very easily ; and 'with this the day's racing terminated, as Trenton was indulged with Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Kingston upon Thames

    of Kingston a right of pasture for himself, and the tenants of this estate, on the commons of Surbiton and Claygate, belonging to that town. Sir Dudley was in possession of this manor at the time of the civil wars;

    Index, C, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    Bucks, I. p. 551. Claydon , Middle-, Bucks, II. g. 449 (72). Claydon John, I. 329 II. 231 (p. 120). Claygate (Cleygate), Surr., I. g. 47 4 (39). Clayhill (Cleyhill), Soms., I. g. 474 (36). Claymewilliam . See Clanwilliam. Clayn

    Index, C, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    or Steeple Claydon, Bucks, g. 94 (35 p. 50). Claydon (Clayden), John, 438 (1 m. 18), 438 (3 m. 10). Claygate (Cleygate), Surr., g. 709 (14), 1836 (31), 1948 (31), 2055 (129), 2137 (18). Clayhydon . See Clehydon. Claymond ,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LYFIELD, Thomas (d.1596), of Stoke d'Abernon, Surr.

    in her inheritance, which included Stoke d’Abernon, which the Lyfields made their chief seat. Frances also succeeded to property at Claygate, Chadsworth, Hedley, Mickleham and elsewhere in Surrey, and to other lands in Bedfordshire. Lyfield was involved in a number

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