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  • * Victoria County History *

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    B.I.H.R., TER. N. Wheldrake n.d. (17th cent.), 1727. A dovecot in Dovecot field was mentioned in 1659 : E.R.R.O., DDJ/15/1. E.R.R.O., DDFA/45/5-9 (undated maps of the fields, in the case of Dovecot and Well fields showing the situation before and

    Parishes Churchill

    village, is Wood Farm , a 17th-century house of brick, and adjoining it is a fine brick dovecot and stable combined. The dovecot forms a tower at the west end of the stable, and is crowned by a tiled roof

    Parishes Shenley

    the south front. Roman remains consisting of part of a tessellated pavement and bricks were found in the neighbourhood at Dovecot Farm in January 1901 . Nether, Middle and Upper Fields in Shenley Brook End and part of East Green

    Parishes Titchfield Titchfield Church

    on Peel Common at Crofton . Though no traces of any dovecots remain, there is a field called the ' Dovecot ' near Place House . St. Margaret's , Titchfield Crofton and Stubbington consist of a few dozen cottages and

    Cosgrove COSGROVE Cosgrove Village

    P.R.O., E 179/254/9. C. A. Markham , ' Cosgrove Hall '; Pevsner, Northants ., 159. C. A. Markham , ' Dovecot at Cosgrove , Northamptonshire ', Northants . N. & Q ., new ser. iv ( 1912-20 ), 180. Baker,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    majority, had a very fatal termination. His workmen, to the amount of 500, met in the Dovecot park, where an ox, forty stone weight, had been put to the fire. Four half-hogsheads of porter and six of strong ale, with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Melville's Best Islay Mr 'Taylor -s Lily of Eden beat Mr. Yorsg's Pretty Emma Mr. Broawule's Spoof beat Mr. Dowding's Dovecot r. Jones's Jetsam beat Mr. Nesbit's Lady Lisle Y.r. Bolam's Drops of Dew beat MIr. Gallon's Gay Lass TIT. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    e2l96 i "0 Hairudressers.-WA&NTED, a respectable Young MAN, who ca en Shave and Cut Hair well. State age.-T. Simpson, 32, Dovecot Stroot. Stockcton-on-Tees, olsed I HOMAS TURNER, Ironmonger, Stafford, will ehertly have a - T Vacancy for a respectable Young Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oflce, ~'olvecebanmpton. Ci 683 0 Matrres-oems-WANTED. Immedlately.a first-eolusaSHAVER T and Gentlevaen's Haircutter., Situation permanent.-APPly, stating terus, to T. Simpson, H, Dovecot Rtwet. Stocktoo-ou- Tees. c~~~~~~~~~~1762 UTANETEDl, a respectable YOUTH, wtio can Sheave and Cut Hair. v-Address, I2o. Daily Post. ollIS Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ____ clil6l Fft flairdr, asers.-WANTIID. immnediately. a frst-cloass SII-AVSKt TLad (31ehtlemen's Haircutter. Situation purnuanant.-Aprlly. statding term, to T. Simpson, 3% Dovecot Strest. Stocktou-on. Tees. MUD4 XVANTE]), a respectable YO UTHt, wno can Shave and Cut Hair. W -Address, 265, DMil Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    for service to the poor , 355. Dog , slaughter of a, 441. Douglas , manse of parson of, 86. Dovecot , 143, 466. Doves , act against shooting, 143. Drilling . See Arms . Drowning , sentence of, 77.

    Index to records

    458, 484, 489. See Weekly Intelligence. Doctor . See Pestilence. Doits to pass for 2d. Scots , 485. See Coin. Dovecot on Green , 272. Dragoons , advance of maintenance to, 89; letter from committee of estates as to outputting,

    Index of subjects and places

    , 289. Dogs at landmarket , 445. Dort , staple at, 211. Doughhill , 542. Douglas , parson of, 351. Dovecot (Doucat) on Little Green, 528. Dowhill , 349, 546; new vennel in, 181; ground at, for washing and drying

    Henry VIII, July 1544, 26-31, 01 July 1544-31 July 1544

    North, Moyle. Hendle and Staunford). Pat. p . 8, m . 19. 133 . Sir Thomas Speke. Lease of a dovecot, three orchards, four fisheries and a house which belonged to Glastonbury mon., and the fishing, swans, reeds, & c.,


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