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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Alien houses Priory of Andwell

    and gave him land in the field of the chapel at Mapledurwell , retaining a third of the moor called Eastmoor . He restored to them a way sufficient for a laden horse to go along with his leader at

    Parishes Muchelney Site plan of Muchelney Abbey

    ble complex was North field. Its exact position is not clear, but it was probably north of Ham , between Eastmoor and Whetmoor. The name was still retained in 1723 . 36 South field and Seven Acres were created after

    Parishes Langport Langport and Huish Episcopi , 1972

    northwest of the town and formerly divided by the Catchwater, were described as Langport moor in 1331 -2, 72 as Eastmoor and Westmoor in 1476 -7, 73 and as Higher and Lower moors by 1600 . 74 They are occasionally

  • * British History Online *

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    Appendix I, June 1661, 01 June 1661-30 June 1661

    warren near Bromby and Redbourne, with a lodge there which said warren extends east over the moors of Bromby, Frodingham, Eastmoor, Stunthorp and Ashby; being part of the abovesaid manor and soke. The present lease to be for 31 years

    Entry Book, April 1688, 1-15, 02 April 1688-14 April 1688

    coney warren (and the lodge thereon) in or near Bromby and Redbourne, extending east on the moors of Bromby, Frodingham, Eastmoor, Soumthorpe and Ashby, and late in the tenure of said Fienns or of John Hely and Nicholas Horle [his

    Index, E, 01 January 1681-31 December 1685

    Navy stores from, 1021. -, Company, 1251. -, merchants see Navy (Creditors), Ordnance (Creditors). Eastman , George, tidesman, London, 1174. Eastmoor (co. Lincoln), 1578. Easton , Nicholas, King's corncutter, 481. East Smithfield see Smithfield. Eastway (manor, co. Cornwall), closes in

    Index, E

    Eastman , George, tidesman, London, son-in-law of Capt. R. Courser, 127, 2008. Eastment , John, rebel in the West, 415. Eastmoor (co. Lincoln), 1851. Easton , Richard, rebel in the West, 421. -, Robert, rebel in the West, 419. Easton

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    one side throw tbem out. They were killed instantly. Their names are Richard Price (Altofts), Albin Snell (Warmfiold), Joseph Shelton (Eastmoor, Wakefield). An accident, which resulted in the loss of three lives, occurred iu the district of Pontvpridd, South Wales, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in his (the Bishop's) own book, which had previously beenwdenounced in those very terms. A dyer, named ATKINsON, living at Eastmoor, Wakefield, has been remanded on a charge of attempting to murder his wife. The woman had left him in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Todmorden, cotton manu- facturers. lJOSEPH WILLIAMs, Market Place, Leicester, tailor. WILLIAMr TunsiNE, Newbiggan, near Ireby, Cumberland, farmer. JAMEs LINDLEY LITTrLRWOOD, Eastmoor, Brampton, Derby. shire, innkeeper and farmer. SAMUEL VWADE, Heights, Hightown, Liversedge, Yorkshire, currier. ElEry DfAVI3, Trinity Street, Dorchester, cabinet-maker. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    straw-hat manufacturer. EDWIN GEORGE PERRtY, Kingsland Terrace, Maindee, and Commercial Road, boLt Newport, Mon., harness-maker. ALFLRED CmIVERS, trading as the Eastmoor Chemical Corn. pany, Lianishen, near Cardiff, trading at East Moors, Cardif, maufcurn chemist. JouH EVAuS, Colman Street, Nantymoel, Ogmore Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    made, and clearly indicate that community of interest is far from being recognised by some of the mine owners. The Eastmoor district of Wakefield is in a very excited state'owing to th'e houses occupied by a small number of non-unionists, Subscribers-only content

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