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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Goathurst Goathurst 1842

    the village, and Andersfield hamlet north-west of the village. Two small detached areas each containing a farmstead, Roughmoor Farm and Crossfield Farm, 2 km. north-west of the village, belonging to Goathurst perhaps as a result of intercommoning, were absorbed respectively

    Aisholt Aisholt c. 1838

    Ages, and a smallholding called Longthorns , on the road towards Bridgwater , recorded c . 1461. 16 Roughmoor and Crossfield farms had emerged by the 18th and 19th centuries respectively. 17 Several houses were built along the Four Forks

    Townships Castleton

    held 43 acres in Castleton in 1626 . 40 Among the estates may be named Goose Lane, Hartley , and Crossfield . 41 In 1626 there was some copyhold land in Castleton hamlet. In addition to the places of worship

    Finchley Other estates

    to Robert Alden , who had conveyed it to Clerk in 1646 . 57 Alden had acquired a house and Crossfield in Ballards Lane from Thomas Banks in 1626 and Colefield, south of the junction with Nether Street , from

    Bethnal Green The West: Shoreditch Side, Spitalfields , and the Nichol The West: principal estates

    years to carpenters of London 84 and others. 85 The estate consisted of Swanfield to the west and Harefield (or Crossfield ) to the east of Brick Lane . Building began in Swanfield with Sclater Street in the south, 86

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    6culbig actian, jt abaz5anu, &C. GENEDIGAETHA-U. (GRIFFITH.-Rydref 26ain, priod Mr. David Griffith, Ffriddgoeb, Llanfachretb, ar ferch. JONEs.-HRydref lOfed, yn y North & South Wales Bank Porthmadog, priod Mr. W. Jones ar fab. MORGANS.-Hydref 23ain, priod Sergeant Morgans, Aberrmaw, ar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Eaglesham, his uncle, aged 100. He has been blind for the last 40 years. On Tuesday last Deborah Wybrow, of Crossfield lane, Deptford, who had lived in that town 102 years, came to an untimely end by falling down stairs Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    15 BANKcRUPTs. B. Ridge, Great Russell at. Bloosmsbury, general factor. [Pool, Southampton buildings, Holborn. J. Bevil, Harleyford place, Kennington, auctioneer. [Crossfield, Whitechapel road. A. Molony, Bruton place, wine merchant. [Carlon, Chancery lane. W. H. Guy, Stroad, woollen draper. [Shearman, Gray's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES.-Tuesday, June 13. INSOLVENTS'-C. Stanbridge, W. F. Marshall, and T. R. Williams, Lamb's buildings, Bonhill row, manufacturers of artificial skins. S. Flelcher,Jew's harp wharf, Regent's canal basin,coal merchant. E. Parry and A. Fish, Warwick st. Regent Subscribers-only content

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