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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Aveley AVELEY AND WEST THURROCK 1980

    park. The tenement of CULVERHOUSE adjoined Belhus to the east. In the later Middle Ages it paid quitrents to the Knights Hospitallers, which suggests that its tenurial history was similar to that of Belhus. 173 The Culverhouse family, from whom

    Hampstead Vale of Health

    parish poorhouses had stood, probably nearby. The existing buildings were demolished and nos. 1-6 Heath Villas built in 1862 by Culverhouse with high Gothic gables; farther east the Suburban hotel (also called the Vale of Health tavern) with towers and

    Dedham Manors and other estates

    1337, 98 were presumably those leased in 1412 -13. 99 The dovecot stood near a cottage on East Lane called Culverhouse in 1762 . 1 The house and garden, worth 12 d . beyond repairs in 1337 , were worth

    Parishes South Ockendon

    was closed in 1971 ; the buildings were retained for use by Culverhouse school . 243 Culverhouse secondary comprehensive mixed school, Barle Gardens. The boys department of Culverhouse county secondary school opened for 450 in 1956 ; a department for

    Lancing Lancing And Sompting c. 1962

    comprised c . 8, 15, 30, or 60 a. seem to represent yardlands or fractions or multiples of yardlands. 64 Culverhouse farm and the future Yew Tree farm at least were copyholds of Lancing manor. 65 Among names which no

  • * British History Online *

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    Henry VIII, August 1535, 11-20, 11 August 1535-20 August 1535

    parson of Englyshe Bykenour, has complained to you that I have taken from him parcel of his glebe land, called Culverhouse Close, and certain of my demesnes, which, he says, belong to his benefice by a lease not yet expired.

    Index, C, 01 January 1533-31 December 1533

    Cullen . See Cologne. Culpeper , Jasper, g. 1595 (25). -, Thos., g. 1595 (25). -, Walter, g. 578 (12). Culverhouse , John, constable of Rysebank tower, 984. -, -, signature of, 984. Cumberland , 299 vii. : g. 196

    Index, C, D, E, 01 August 1535-31 December 1535

    count (graaf) of. Cuffus , Jo., signature of, 361. Culpeper , Jasper, g. 236 (8). -, Thos., letter to, 612. Culverhouse Close , 68. Cumae , qu . Italy, 981. Cumberland , riots in, 427. -, sheriff of, 427: g.

    Henry VIII, March 1545, 26-31, 01 March 1545-31 March 1545

    close called Panters in Southwike (between the highway which leads from Tewkesbury to Cheltenham on the east, the close called Culverhouse Close on the west, with Tadlane alias Frog lane on the one side and the close called le Hoose

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    preparation alluded to, and which had been in his possession for up- narls or 2s years, wan asmong the latter.-1Ir Culverhouse, a soda-water nmanufacturer, and many other tradesmen, spoke to the respectability of Mr Grcen, and *he urnjnistnles of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a TOUJ H, about 15, whot ,osa read and write; one W used to Morses will he preferred.-Apply to 0C Culverhouse. 9, Wheeler Street, St. Georgor. 1350 17ANTED. a strong active YOUT H, about 19, to ron of Errands W Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    16 or 17 yearr of F .Apiat itSamunel E.lad and Co.. Union Paerage. E l OD Wte iottlara.-Wanted, 2 Bottierre-e. Culverhouse. 9 S Wo be teet. St. George e. c6e1O M N(young active) Wanted, to make hiineei generall ureful.- Avcli Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bradford Slrest,Blrmninglasrm. c1685 (h-NC Back-gear Lathe, saddle, slide rest, rack and pinion; o9__0v~er-~motion, corspleto-15, -Aston Road. c3510 I~ODA-AE ahiefrSleApy . Culverhouse, 9 3 IVe ftreeb, St. Cog' G irde gans gllS ~MU~F~ta~n and ean-plitter;, in excellent condition.-.pply 13 to alterShowel, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LXS llcanoE Puhslc-Ehouse.--Apphk to Mr. S. Posiell, Surveyo- aid Auctioneeo, Owen Stregt, Tipton. 174. C! ODA-W 4TF.B .Bp~ttler lVaited.-Appmly, Ar. .Culverhouse, 9, I % Wlieelei Street, St. George. AR ! -Wanited, 'a respectable, steady younmg Maua to assist othecs. .Lif Subscribers-only content

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