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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Cannington Manors and other estates Plan of Cannington Court

    hall and service rooms. CLAYHILL was held by Ordgar in 1066 and by Ansketil of Roger de Courcelles in 1086 . 57 Clayhill was held of Stogursey in 1208 58 and 1488. 59 In 1542 Clayhill was said to be

    Cannington Cannington (southern part) 1839

    three 11th-century farmsteads or hamlets Blackmoor was still a small hamlet in the later 18th century, 25 when Chilton and Clayhill were single farms. Other 11th-century sites, Dodesham, Pedredham, and Pillock, did not survive the Middle Ages, perhaps partly because

    North Petherton Hundred North Petherton Hundred c. 1840

    11 By 1284-5 the hundred comprised Bawdrip and its hamlet of Crandon, Chedzoy , Chilton and its hamlet of Pignes, Clayhill in Cannington , Durston , Pawlett and its hamlets of East and West Stretcholt , North Petherton and five

    Cannington Hundred Cannington Hundred c. 1840

    Williton and Freemanors hundred). 23 The sheriff's tourn for the hundred was held at Lypestone Hill , probably north of Clayhill in Cannington , by the 1370s . 24 Robert, Lord Poynings (d. 1446), held two 'legal' courts a year

    Parishes Soulbury

    among them Hill Farm , a half-timbered building, now plastered in front, of two stories with a thatched roof; and Clayhill Farm, another half-timbered house with thatched roof. In the extreme south of the parish is Liscombe Park , which

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    year of hie atgo, deeply regretted by his famaity end numerous ftriendo, tr Joshn Stocker, English poanmaster in that At Clayhill. Epsom, ron the tinsct.agedSi4iJattes Bell, Fq., late seuiortiirectar arid only sarvivor of teorireginelpropriuzorseof tlittPoncho Fire Office, establiehed in 178. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ten miles south- east from the Royal Exchange, at Clayhill, near Becken. ham, Kent, on the 17th November, 1794, just ten months after the decease of Gibbon. His father was Mr George Grote, son of Mr Andrew Grote, who, in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EVICTIONS. Mr. William Speed, of Clayhill, Aston, Flintshire, has addressed the following letter to the Liverpool Courier :-" As it was in your paper that the account of the Haivarden evictions-that account which so upset the Gladstonite press, and which Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    one of the' churchwardens, in the church or chapel of St. John, Clayhill. Captain Bosanquet proceeded to state his case. He entered the chapel of St. John, Clayhill, on Christmnas- day, at half-past ten or eleven in the morning. While Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Great Berkhampstead: Mr. R. LI. Ver- tegans, Chad Valley Nurseries, Edgbaston, Birmingham; Dir. W. Wilson, gardener to Mr. W. Marshall, Clayhill, Enfield; Mr. A. Roger, 3, Qneen's Road, Battersea Park; Dr. Denny, Stoke Newington, N.; and DI. C. Lee, Royal Subscribers-only content

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