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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Steventon

    crops are wheat, barley, oats, turnips and sainfoin. Among place-names in Steventon mentioned in the 16th century are the following:- Cockley Land, Why teland, Isvangers, Halefield, Cwenton field, 4 The Parsonage Piece, Graunge Haye and Oldberie Piece. 5 Manor At

    Parishes Akeley

    mentioned in a dispute as to tithes in 1710 are Swannells Grounds, Waking Slade , Parson's Hooke , Bam and Cockley Leas, Kill and Netherway Closes , and Chadwells. 12 The Inclosure Act for the parish was passed in 1794

    Parishes Westcott Barton

    parishes have been closely connected throughout their history. The boundary of the modern parish of Westcott Barton 2 follows the Cockley brook on much of the north, the Kiddington-Worton road on much of the east, and the Wootton-Sandford road on

    Parishes Sandford St. Martin Sandford St. Martin , c. 1770

    the river Cherwell, the southern by the river Dorn and its tributaries the Cockley brook and the Tyte which flow south-east into the river Glyme. The Cockley brook rises in Ledwell , it or its source presumably being the loud

    Wisbech Hundred Tydd St. Giles Plan of St. Giles's Church

    Field; Bladderwick; New Field or High South ; Low South Field ; Hornfield; Ryeland Field; Carrow Field; Bottle Lane or Cockley Field; Eagate Field; Ealeet Field; North Lane Field; Quaney Field; Fengate Field; Thridding or Treading Field; Fen Lane or

  • * British History Online * *

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    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694, City of London, Portsoken Ward, Hounsditch Precinct

    Stephen 0.00 0.00 0.30 25.00 White , Thomas 12.00 60.00 0.00 0.00 Property assessed: tnts. Comment: Tnts in Woolsack All. Cockley , James 1.60 8.00 0.00 0.00 Martin , John 0.80 4.00 0.00 0.00 Lache , Francis 0.80 4.00 0.00

    House of Lords Journal Volume 5, 8 August 1642, 08 August 1642-08 August 1642

    Hundred Musketeers, and whipped by each of them. "J. Cumberland. Savile. Edmond Cowper, Mayor. Peter Middleton. Robert Maude. Francis Nevile. Cockley. Tho. Beaumont. Wm. Norton. Ma. Norton. Jo. Copley. Fran. Rookeby. Cris. Wyld. Tho. Hesketh. Conyers Darcy. Jo. Goodrick. Wm.

    Entry Book, November 1674, 01 November 1674-30 November 1674

    Entry Book November 1674 November 1674 Date. Nature and Substance of the Entry. Reference. Nov. 3 Warrant from Treasurer Danby to the Customs Commissioners to deliver to Mr. Eaton, of Dover, a box from France directed to Sir Thomas

    James II - volume 3, April 1688, 01 April 1688-30 April 1688

    Samuel Deeble, Fred Manchopp, Luke Short Aldermen; John Tothill, James Row, sen., Joseph Langworthy, James Row, jun., Ralph Wakeham, Mordecay Cockley, Richard Clerke, William Jarvis, Anthony Boone, Richard Short, Isaac Punchard, John Oliver, John Harris, Christopher Furneaux, James Cole, Edward Subscribers-only content

    Surnames beginning 'C'

    Mary, ser, 79.1 Susa, ser, 11.18 Wm, trunkmaker; Eliz, w; Wm, s; Mary, d, 15.8 Cockle Geo; Marg, w, 1.7 Cockley Margery, ser, 64.12 Cockman Alice, ser, 21.15 Cockram Edw, 47.17 Cockrill : Eliz, 32.16 Mary, ser, 77.1 Cocks :

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    itdrd daughtee of Thomae Lonobe Taylor, lIeg,, of Btareson, NorYfolk. On t he let In i,, at iht. Peter'. Churoo, Cockley, near Kidderminster, (by the 1Rev, B' H. Brown,) Mr. Thomen. Willey, of tile town, to Aere, fourh daughter of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a cheqae for five guineas, through Mr. B. Groven. In the evening thealsat down to a good dinner at the Cockley Arms, where various complimentary toasts were drunk, and a pleasantlevening was spent. STOUBBEIDGE. GAM CAsm-At the Police Court, yesterday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    now a ccupied by rs. yHeclford and Thomas Underwood, LOT 9,-A Piece of FREEH[OLD BUILDING LAND, situate at Corneahl, ncar Cockley, part of -- WOllIALL CLueS-E," fronting the new streelt mnade thro>ugh sdam'ea~ntd contoainin 4g,850 sqar y-ardsx. w ith the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    turnpike road, now occupied by Mrs. Heokford and Thomas Underwood. LTo 0,-Alliece of FREEHOLD BUILDING LAND, situate at Corneall, near Cockley. Part Of ' WoOR~EALL CLOSE," frontingr the new street, rads through same, and containing 4,820 square yards. Possession may Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    employed at Moser s. John KIthld t end- Co.'3 s0wols nt Cockley haviug Oexpiredon ei;,tul. rvwe isdorstaud that the mzen, boys, and girls, to the nusbhar of aborut JIO, emiployed in that branch of the 'Volks, are ;OTto all alft Subscribers-only content

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