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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Middle division Benningholme

    established at Benningholme and, on lower-lying ground, at Fairholme , in the south-west corner of the township. 84 The name Benningholme, meaning 'Benna's water meadow', is an Anglo-Scandinavian hybrid, as may be Fairholme , or 'fair water meadow'. 85 Benningholme

    Middle division Swine Swine parish c. 1860 Swine 1618 Swine Church 1784

    boundary called Moor dike and Forge, later Forth or Fore, dike. 21 Poor drainage is evident from the names Benningholme, Fairholme , and Marton , 22 where 'mere' field-names were common in 1322 . 23 There were permanent pools at

    Hayes Introduction HAYES PARISH , INCLUDING NORWOOD

    Lane ; and a large estate that extended north-east fro m Uxbridge Road up Lansbury Drive, Woodrow Avenue , and Fairholme Crescent. The area between Carlyon Road and Uxbridge Road was also built up, as was the land between Brookside

    Index A-K

    , Pet. of, Benningholme (in Swine) , Benningholme Hall , plate common fields, common meadows, common pastures, domestic architecture, drainage, Fairholme , inclosure, manor houses, and see Benningholme Hall manors, mill, monastic granges, parish officers, poor relief, population, rectory, roads,

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    TEST.CP.1784/2

    Participant: ThomasKirkby [Kirby] Role: testator Details: male Location: Ainderby Steeple (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Fairholme (Fareham) : undefined Participant: ThomasHarrison Kirkley [Harrison Kirkley] Role: executor Details: male; Executor named in the last will and testament of Thomas Kirkby, deceased, late of Fairholme

    CP.G.1312

    Place(s): Dowthorpe Hall (Dowthroppe, Dowthrop, Dowthorpe) : township Location: Swine (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Langthorpe Hall (Lamenthroppe Grange, Lamthrop Grange) : undefined Fairholme (Farne Grange) : undefined North Skirlaugh (North Skyrley, North Skirley, North Skirlaughe, Northskyrlaugh) : undefined Rowton Farm (Rawton, Rowton,

    CP.H.2083A

    Place(s): Barmston (Barmeston) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Sigglesthorne (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Sigglesthorne (Sigglesthorne) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Swine (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Turmer Hall (Turmer) : township Location: Swine (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Benningholme Grange (Beningham Grange, Beningham Grainge) : township Fairholme (Farom) : undefined

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, F, 01 January 1710-31 December 1710

    at Ghent, charge for, 561. Fairborne (Fairbone), Sir Stafford, Admiral of the Fleet, his flag pay, issue for, 21, 295. Fairholme , James, merchant in Edinburgh, petition for compensation for loss of his ship, 309. Fairs . See Romford. Falconer

    House of Lords Journal Volume 30, March 1764, 21-30, 21 March 1764-31 March 1764

    and being in the Parishes, Townships, Hamlets, Lordships, Precincts, and Territories, of Sutton, Ganstead, Swine, Benningholme, Benningholme Grange , and Fairholme, North Skirlaugh, Rowton, Arnold, Long Riston, Leven, Heigholme , and Hallytree-Holme, BrandesBurton , and Bursall, Eske, Tickton, Weel, Routh,

    Index, M-Z, 01 January 1776-31 May 1782

    16, 102, 188, 376, 403, 407, 414, 419 21. -, minutes of, 60, 208, 376. -, members. See Campbell, Elder, Fairholme, Forbes, Francklyn, McKenzie, Ottley, and Petrie. Assembly, 40, 208, 376, 379, 386. -, minutes of, 60, 376. clergymen in,

    Index, A-L, 01 January 1768-31 December 1775

    New Jersey, 270, 312. Estridge , John, of St. Kitts, 276, 362. Evans , John, petition of, 238 9. F Fairholme , Thomas,, proposed for Tobago Council, 263. Falconer , Nathaniel, 152. Fantees , tribe in West Africa, 24, 332.

    Index, M-N, 01 January 1768-31 December 1775

    32, 36, 75, 226 7, 263, 313, 340, 453. -, minutes of, 208, 268, 380, 453. -, members. See Elder, Fairholme, Franklin, Lincoln, Mill, Stewart. Assembly, 149, 329, 453. exports and imports, 149. Governor appointed in, 235 6, 456. lands

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    8 East Stonehouse - 2 4 6 Esmiscorthy 4 2 1 Eppin- -- 3 3 6 Eye- - -215 2 Fairholme by Larkhall, N. B. - 0 12 0 Folkeston- - - - - 2 6 0 Fraserburgh, N. B. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Queen's Bench Division, on Thursday, Lord Justice Bowen had before him the action of A. and E. Cohen r. Fairholme and Co., in which the plaiutiffs claimed £1,600. damages for breach of contract in not alitaking 1,600 "w orld Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Forster to obtain a declaration that a ceraill h e mortgago deed creating a charge upon plaintitfa' property kce of Fairholme, near Southampton, was a forgery, allil an ad order to have it given ntp to be cancelled. ar. Bauncrotl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ouse. o12 '5;STON. SUPER-SSAR.E.-Su~mall Furnished House to Let, fron Wt August 4; isi tborough order; close sea and statiou.-Mra Hztmphries, Fairholme, Walliscote Road. cm A PARTTMENTS (country), Farmhouse preferred, near Dudley A large siting, tweo or three bed room.-Addrea, sotang Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bowman Stephenson's Home; and £250. to th general fund of the Wesleyan Theological Institute. f Mr. Frederick George, late of Fairholme, Torquay; upwards of £104,000. The testator bequeaths £1,000. to the London City Mission.-Of Sir Thomas Wathen Wailer Bart., late Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    21 March 1764, 21 March 1764

    in the Pari/hes, Townfliips, Hamlets,' " Lordfhips, Prccinds-, and Territories, oi'-Suttort, Gan- " Jleaa, Swine, Benninghojme, Benningholme Grange, and " Fairholme, North Skirlaugb, Jiowton, ^Arnold, Long " Rifion, Leven, Beigholme, and Hallytree-Holme, Brandes- "Burton, and Burfall, Eske,_ fitktoti,- Weel, Routh, Subscribers-only content

    28 March 1764, 28 March 1764

    and being in the Parifhes, Townfliips, Hamlets, Lordfhips, Precinfis, and Ter¬ ritories, of Sutton, Gatißead, Swine, Benningholme, Benningholme Grange, and Fairholme, North Skirlaiigh, Rowton, Arnold, Long Riß en, Leven, Heigholme, and Holly tree-Holme, Brandes-Burt on, and Burfall, Eske, Tickton, IVeel, Subscribers-only content

    28 March 1764, 28 March 1764

    Parimes, Town- " fhips, Hamlets, Lordlhips, Preciufts, and Territories, " of Sutton, Ganfiead, Swine, Benninghohne, Benning~ " holme Grange, and Fairholme, North Skirlaugh, Row- " ton, Arnold, Long Rifion, Leven, Heigholme, and " Hallytree-Hclme, Brandes-Burton, and Burfall, Eske, " Tickton, Subscribers-only content

    30 March 1764, 30 March 1764

    the Parilhes, " Townfliips, Hamlets, Lordfliips, Precinfts, and Ter- " ritories, of Sutton, Ganfiead, Swine, Benningholme, " Benningholme Grange, and Fairholme, North Skirlaugh, " Rowton, Arnold, Long Riflon, Leven, Heigholme, and " Rally tree-Holme, Brandes Burton, and Bur/all, Eske, " Subscribers-only content

    25 April 1766, 25 April 1766

    " the Parifhes, Townfhips, Hamlets, Lordfhips, Pre» *' cinfts, and Territories, of Sutton Ganflead, Swi?ie *' Esnninghohne, Benningholme Grange, and Fairholme, " North Skirlaugh, Rowton, Arnold, Long Paßon, Leven, " Heigholme, and Hallytree Holme, Brandes Burton, and " Burfiall, Eske, Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Denmead Co-operative Allotment Society: [rules ] ., 1877

    shall be called the " Denmead Co-oper¬ ative Allotment Society. " Its registered office is in England , and is Fairholme Cottage, Denmead , in the county of South¬ ampton. In the event of any change in the situation of Subscribers-only content

    Report: [and Balance sheet, 1893-4 ] ., 1894

    make the Reserve Fund amount to £38 12s. Sd., being the amount of four years savings. Your Committee hope you will approve of their action on your behalf. September 29th, 1894 . Office of the Society:- Fairholme Cottage, Denmead . Subscribers-only content

    Denmead Co-operative Allotment Society: [rules ] ., 1877

    shall be called the " Denmead Co-oper¬ ative Allotment Society. " Its registered office is in England , and is Fairholme Cottage, Denmead , in the county of South¬ ampton. In the event of any change in the situation of Subscribers-only content

    Report: [and Balance sheet, 1893-4 ] ., 1894

    make the Reserve Fund amount to £38 12s. Sd., being the amount of four years savings. Your Committee hope you will approve of their action on your behalf. September 29th, 1894 . Office of the Society:- Fairholme Cottage, Denmead . Subscribers-only content

    Across the Canadian prairies: a two months' holiday in the Dominion, 1895

    seen it. Among the mountains which are visible from the vicinity are the Cascade Mountain , Mount Inglis- maldie, the Fairholme Range, Squaw Mountain, Sulphur Mountain, Rundle Peak, and Tunnel Mountain. Most of them range from 8,000 to 10,000 feet Subscribers-only content

 

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