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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Outlying townships Thearne and Woodmansey Thearne and woodmansey, 1788

    a. in Crift ings, and ½ beast gate in Ox pasture; they rendered 15 'lake hens'. At Woodmansey that year there were 20 customary tenants holding 4 houses, 16 cottages, about 35 clos es, 7½ a. in Crift ings, 23¾

    Catcott Introduction

    and Longlands farms were also named. 11 By 1871 the occupier of Manor farm held 500 a. 12 By 1875 Crift and Westbrook had been added to the named farms, 13 an indication of a return to smaller farming units.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y plant yn Haaes Moses.' . Tbn gan y plant, 'Mae dy isiau di'bob awr." 'Eoli cyffrdinol, ' Gwyrth- ian Crift' Ton gain y plant, I Angylion nefoedd wen? Am: 5 30 o'r gloch Ton. gyntulleidfol, ' Jersey.' T8n gany Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    he felt his life was ebbin fastlAwsv, ane aIllced Iris intention to make over to him imnediatnlv, bya Deed of Crift, the wshole of his immense property.-" If," -added e, "I should live, contrary to my expectations, I shall then Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Forbes, TettenhallctL27 JJA1D lLads's), fa DUyears' excellent reference. good dressmakcer. I5 Aer tet hairdresser, flsoaa.EgatnRegistry. THAID (Ladly's Useoful) Disengaged. 29. Crift ery w ypeas ir.reference ; draesakez.-Cent r3l Registry, 26 e c. 11 E~rJRl or btothcr's Help-, 2n 4; experienced. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lot 1. fronting Shirley Road. Lyniton Villa han no batls roem and is let at £35. a% year, and The Crift, with bath roos, in let at £33. a year, hot, the tenancy coloiring 21th off June, possession ran be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPOWPULNGNEWS. RLACING NOTES. Tlear rain fell this afternoon at Keasplon Park,, a-Vsi cators to the meeting host a mnost uncomfort-ahle thurit. There wa~s so fanuct, however, to findl with the sport, which, was of capital quoality. No fewer than Subscribers-only content

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