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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Stifford STIFFORD & GRAYS THURROCK 1980

    on the site of the William Edwards school in Stifford Clays Road , indicate a late Iron Age and Roman farm occupied up to the 4th century. 11 Stifford Clays Road is part of the ancient road along the ridge,

    Begbroke Introduction Begb roke and Yarnton c. 1845

    clay, relatively unusual in Oxfordshire . The geological division within the parish is reflected in field names such as the Clays in the west, and the Sands in the east. The western edge of the parish is well wooded. Begbroke

    Upper Beeding Economic history

    of Horton or Sele manors. Further east were fields belonging partly or wholly to Horton , including in 1733 the Clays and the Golding . A field called Blackley in Horton had been mentioned in 1524 . 3 There were

    Sullington Economic history

    small open fields or furlongs in 1247 , including Hookmare and Holehookmare. Common fields called Hookmare, Great Hookmare, and the Clays were recorded there in 1765 . 22 Only 6 a. of meadow were recorded in 1086 , 23 but

    Parishes Market Lavington

    top of Salisbury Plain . The marly mixture of clay with the Lower Chalk has given the name of 'the Clays ' to the area immediately south of the village. Here and higher up Lavington Hill were the common arable

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    , , New- 1 berry, Banger, D~re. Barron, t Co. 13-isto). uc;5ina 3and R~oper Pearce; Liverpool, Ilvans. Bc- a, vo .Clays, Dod A Case, Raimes a Co, Notice. - The words "Pile and Gravel Pills " are copyright and entered Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Aberystwith, Bow Street, Llanidhangel, Borth, Ynyslas, and Glandovey, on b he return journey leave Harlech at 4 55 p.m. First Clays Tickets Issued at double the above fares. BALA REGATTA, TUESDAY, August 18th, 1885. On the above date, Cheap RETURN Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Brough hall, Yorkshire, Esq.; Charles Tempest, of Broughton hall, Yorkshire, Esq.; Andrew Armstrong, of Gallen priory, King's county, Esq.; William Clays of Fulwell lodge, Middlesex, Esq.; John M'Taggart, of Ardwell, Wigtownshire, Esq.; Henry Winston Barron, of Bellevue, Kilkenny, Esq. ; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    instook. Tte fair at Retford attracted but little notice, from the small attendance of ba yers. The duty for the Clays was estimated at only 1.10C1. CO1P.I MAlKEI, WaceoNSDAY. Prices of Coals per ton at the close of the market:-Adair's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the best class of hops from the short returns of East and Mid Kents, with Farnham and also tbe Clays. The Worcester district coming short of what it was raled at ciafirms the pro- vious advance on the Sussex. Subscribers-only content


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