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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Isle of Wight Hundred of East Medine

    , Week, Stenbury, Niton , Nettlecombe , Whitwell , Rowde , Rookley , Knighton , Arreton , East Standen , Fairlee , Whippingham , West Standen and Wootton . Containing the modern parishes of Bembridge and Sandown . Containing the

    Parishes Whippingham

    then followed the descent of Appuldurcombe, being mentioned for the last time, as a manor, in 1772 . 49 FAIRLEEFAIRLEE (Fairele, xiii cent.; Fourle, xiv cent.; Fayrle, xv cent.; Farleigh , xvii cent.) was held of the honour of

    Parishes Newport

    to sing for their souls. 177 In 1455-6 Robert Parfyte, clerk, granted a messuage, land and stalls in Newport , Fairlee and Shide ( inter alia ) to John Boynton , the chaplain of this chantry, 178 and in 1456

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, F, 01 July 1683-30 September 1683

    F Facy , Fairlie (Fairlee, Fairely, Farely), William examination of to be admonished to confess petition of (for liberty) Falconer , Sir David, of Newtoun, President of College of Justice in Scotland, letter to warrant to Falkirk , Stirlings. Falmouth Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, August 11-20, 1683, 11 August 1683-20 August 1683

    to Fairlee to Edinbrugh. Had no business but curiosity, unless it was to go to the Wells. Knows Cochrane, has not seen him these two months. Dined with him in Gray's Inn and Sir H. Campbell, Cochrane's son, Fairlee and Subscribers-only content

    General Index, F, G, 01 December 1652-30 June 1653

    daughter of Lieut.-Col. Anne, widow of, petition of Mrs. Fairfax (ship), firing of, see Chatham. letter dated from rebuilding of Fairlee , Dutch fleet off ships to or from Fairly , Capt. Falcon , fly boat, company of letter dated Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, August 21-31, 1683, 21 August 1683-31 August 1683

    the King. Does not know Jeremy Burgess. Speke to be kept close. Shepheard called in. Does not know Moor (Muir), Fairlee or Crawford. Had no transactions with Carstares but as he was sent by Baillie to him, when he would Subscribers-only content

    Volume 33, February 1653, 01 February 1653-28 February 1653

    in ships and men, but he is confident that of the Dutch is treble. Our fleet left the Dutch off Fairlee, they bearing towards the French coast, which is not so friendly to us as to them. They gained way Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ihtne~' F eye bliv, or 121n.-Address, Powell. IlooadShitr1. 3H 'R EYHOUND (young ftaliarsl Wante;wI rd atdo E; Xstating aze. S., Fairlee Villa, HiebodHl if~t,~ ,h- STONE-TROUGH (strongIron) Wanted, with apifldl`j't G( foD~ sB n.Fildn tand Platt, Olomoester. 05 r ORSE.-W.anrted, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    STSg5l~nsvo. 0jyn,,5, hll, to BLIN eldesat daughter ofMr.A (3LEsOHADDC ofl Place, Coselc; y_ DIED, pebGlf On the 18th insth, at Fairlee Mous, Highae, r hAosnlE, of the B1ull lg, in this town. ris 5his On the 17th inst.. at The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oet November 22. Fears are entertained of the safety of Captain Elton, Dr. Stewart, the lion. George Dawney, Messrs. Rhodes, Fairlee, Horte, and Cotterill. who left on an exploratiotl cruise of twelve days on the Lake Nyassa, The Govermment have Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LewallUI rident engineers ; hut their fuurl completin " the immediate supervision of Mr. Pritchard, !'Id ir asei,,tant, Sir. A. Fairlee. The original contractor red his jamles Buish, of Ulverston, who cotunenced operpstiolssl Apri, Is7m and-b July, 1870. had executed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rear. R~enmt £56.-Apitly to lerss!. A heimiley aatl 8ono, 13otate At eolls, 40, Tenimple Street, Burnt. 05ll Stero IjGHtiATE.-To Let, Fairlee ftoemne, ecnaiaing tlireo rereltitoi lII rettic,- six lied raocis, dressing room, icc..' coech-heuso, tire- atllatible, cueid ececy conrenioimce.-Apuply to Subscribers-only content

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