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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stringston Education

    by the 1850s to general poor relief. 71 In 1874 Sir Alexander Hood built a National school and schoolhouse at Dyche for children of the poorer classes from Dodington , Holford , and Stringston , and in 1903 , when

    Stringston Economic history

    Dyche , and ½ ploughland at Stringston held by William. Of the 11 recorded tenants 6 were at Alfoxton and Dyche . 73 By the later 12th century one of the tenant farms comprised 18 a. of arable at

    Stringston Local government

    1535, 22 and suit was required of tenants until 1665. 23 A tenement in Stringston village, and probably another in Dyche , were held in the 17th century of the Palmer family for suit of court twice a year at

    Stringston Stringston 1839

    'Aladich' and with meadow 'on the lower way', 76 the way perhaps now represented by the footpath between Dyche and Corewell. Dyche Farm is an 18th-century building; an adjoining barn has one jointed-cruck truss. Corewell, a group of cottages, was

    Stringston Manors and other estates

    two fields in Dodington parish, between Dodington village and Dyche and adjoining both Holford and Stringston parishes. 49 Two other holdings, Gugglemoor and Corewell or Currill, were probably part of Dyche in 1086 . GUGGLEMOOR , held by Gilbert of

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, D, 01 January 1730-31 December 1734

    Tea. -, tobacco. See Tobacco. -, tonnage of ships. See Lighthouse dues. -, victuallers. See Victuallers. -, wines. See Wine. Dyche , John, 526. Dyer , John, 684. Dyke , Hugh, 683. Dymchurch , Dover port, 524. Dysart , 433.

    General Index, C, D, E, 05 July 1613-03 July 1615

    275 Dewberrey , Priscilla, xx, 10 Dewer , Robert, 279 Diaper , Anthony, 15 Dibbin , William, 49 Diche [Ditche, Dyche ] -, Elizabeth, 134 -, John, 223 -, Timothy, 303 Dichfield [Dutchfeild ] , Margery, 16, 70, 102 Dicke

    General Index, C, D, E, F, G, 27 July 1614-30 August 1616

    14, 70, 142, 144, 238 -, -, Justice, 313 Dikes [Dykes ] , James, 126 Disley , John, 120 Ditch [Dyche ] -, John, 203, 288 -, Timothy, 281 Ditchling , co. Sussex, 196 Divine Service , Attendance at, in

    Close Rolls, Henry VII, 1500-1505, 01 January 1500-31 December 1505

    gardens and that late of Richard Neweman on the east and the other on le Newedyche called Saynt Mary Shote Dyche beside Thomas Olyvere's land on the west; and a . in Westfeld bounded by William Pavoure's land on the Subscribers-only content

    Index, D, 01 January 1735-31 December 1738

    valorem, Apples, Bay yarn, Candles, Cider, Compound liquors, Four-and-a-half, Paper, Retailers, Rye, Sweet wines, Vinegar, Virginia, Woollen yarn, Wrought plate. Dyche , James, 627. Dyke , Michael, 568. Dykes , Mr., 523. Dymchurch (Kent) , 419, 427. Dymock , Charles,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    six: teentb century, and lB. Jonson. 1640; Wallis, 1653; Wilkins, 1668; Price, 1668; Holder, 1669 ; Miege, 1688;. Jones, 1701; Dyche, 1710 ;Buchanan, 1766; Franklin, 1768; Sheridan, 1780, for the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. The second and third parts of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    117. Ilurlors: CricIn 7, Gilbert 0, ,XWright 4, Chee 0, Athorn 3, Fletcher 13, Freeman 12, Redifern (not null 7, Dyche 0, Meare 5, Claridee 0; extras, 4; total, i;8.: . SairEWICK ATHRTON a. LANGLEY (2ND TnXiu).- F layed on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. Gascoyne, Smith, Buillockr, Winter- V. toweloHtoc res eback; Riechards, ?I. id afhc;PisO ePpr ticree-quartere ; in Amebey alr Iinpo,1emyoughs, Dyche, it Butn aig eiit miePatand Rowdon. .lc ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c it LONDON ATHLETIC CLUB. Ik _ _ _ _ _ _ Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    purpose of a temnhorery bridge. It ws a.eded all the strength of Toni and myself. assisted e 11 by Mercy Dyche, who weas as Stroing as ab horse, to bring, fe S out tile ladder ;adwe should never haifve been Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the hail. By lia Lordship I have forty uren under ry control. Many people comni to me with messages. Ann Dyche, hoouasaid, in the service of ir-. Griffin stated that on the 21st of Septesber last she wont for imedicine Subscribers-only content

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