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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Friaries The Carmelite friars of Sandwich

    of the town, is said by Richard Hely , prior of Maldon , to have been founded by Henry Cowfield , an ' Almain,' in 1272 ; 1 but his endowment of the house was so small, according to other

    Parishes Ashchurch

    Cowfield Mill made an agreement with the tenants of Northway and Newton that the tenants should have sufficient water in Gloucestershire for their beasts and that the miller should turn the watercourse from Gloucestershire into Worcestershire ; 11 below

    Townships Catterall

    p.m . (Rec. Soc. Lancs and Ches.), ii, 132, 216 (correcting). Roger Pickering in 1438 demised a moiety of the Cowfield in Catterall to John Urswick, Ellen his wife and Thomas their son; Anct. D. (P.R.O.), C 815. James Pickering

  • * British History Online * *

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    British History Online

    , for every piece of Brittish linnen Cloth, containing five score els, five shillings. Item , for every ell of Cowfield cloth or Plats, one penny. Item , for every ell of elbing or Dansk Cloth, double Ploy, one penny.

    General Index, S, 01 January 1698-31 December 1698

    of his return entertains William III [in Ireland ] movements of servant of, wife of yacht for Sutton Cofield , Cowfield, co. Stafford [? Sutton-coldfield, co. Warwick ] , coiners at Sutton , Long, co. Lincoln, waste lands Suzannet , Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Skillicorno in the chair), Fanny Hopton, a girl of about 21, the daughter of a respectable farmer, living at the Cowfield Farm, near Ashblfunch, was placed in the dock on a charge of obtaining goods to the value of £26. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Son, brassfounders, Brick-kiln Street, was broken into, and property worth £50. stolen. About six o'clock on that morning Benja- min Cowfield, the warehouseman, on going to his work, found that the place had been forcibly entered, and a number of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ellenborough-rond, Holloway, Nvarehousemai-C.. H. SHUTE, Rye-lane, Peckham, staymaker-P. WEITZELL, East-street, Man- chester-square, baker-E. H. U. PICKERING, Manor-street, Clapham, clerk-J. MERES, Cowfield, Sussex, farmer-W. MOODY, Romsey, Hampshire, grocer-W. E. N. MARRIOTT, Swaffharn, Norfolk, tailor- W. P. CLARKE, Thetford, Norfolk, merchant-F. H. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was being instituted at 1! ,Northampton before the county coroner, Mr. Hicks, respect- sl long the death of Mr William Cowfield, who, with twenty p 'others, was poisoned at at pucil~o dinncer given in that to wn, Ion the 7th Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Uulme, bricklayer. William Lewis, Cardiff, tailor. Bichard Loch, Woolton, Bedford-bice, grocer. W. 8.. N. Marriott, Bwafthaß, Nor.olk. tailur. Jamea, Cowfield, au-in, farmer. A. J. Miller, Bermondsey, Londou, tailor. Joha Miller, Hanley, Slaflurdshiie, grocer. W. Moody. Bomsey, Hampshire, grocer. Frederick Subscribers-only content

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