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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Westbury Agriculture

    Besides those gaining considerable consolidated estates as did Abraham Ludlow , of Heywood House , and John Whitaker , of Fairwood , there were a notable number of small men acquiring small parcels of land varying in size from 2

    Westbury Introduction Westbury Parish 1808

    the parish is Fairwood House , a mainly 19th-century house, standing in a large park. Two farms, both called Fairwood , lie to the south-east and south-west of the park. At the western end of the Fairwood estate is an

    Royal forests

    Nor Wood , 633 Shaw (or Slow) Wood, 634 Roddenhurst Wood, 635 Southleigh Wood , 636 Sleight Wood, 637 and Fairwood . 638 Other places subject to the forest law were Bidcombe, 639 Crockerton , 640 Keevil , 641 and

    Bruton Bruton in 1885 Redlynch Park 1762

    Berkeley estate, and measured just over 52 a. in 1829 . 17 It had been cleared by 1884 . 18 Fairwood was part of Wyke manor and had probably been converted to arable by the later 16th century. 19 Hills

  • * British History Online *

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    Cecil Papers, 1646, 01 January 1646-31 December 1646

    full account by Thomas Hooper of the charges of quartering troops and contributions for Hyde Farm and the tithes of Fairwood in the parish of Cranborne from 1643 to 1645, when he was subjected to the exactions of both Royalist

    Index, F

    401. issues warrant to protect deer in Enfield Chase, 403. attacked in the tract called New Magna Charta , 405. Fairwood , Cranborne, co. Dorset, tithes of, 392. Falkener , John, summoned as witness in case between Earl of Exeter

    Index, F, 01 June 1537-31 December 1537

    letters from, I. 192; II. 365. -, -, letter to, I. 101. Fairstead (Farested) , Essex, II. g. 191 (40). Fairwood (Fayrwode) , E ssex, II. g. 191 (40). Faith , the, I. 70 i., 443, 698 (p. 312), 901

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1 I Gowerton, the body of a man %aned David Owen, foreman I of the cold rolls department of the Fairwood Titiupate Worss, wss on Thursday discovered lying across the rails I with the cap of his head cut off. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W1ALKLErr, Christ Church Street and London Road, Stoke-on-Trent, confectioner. .TolHN HANWELL, of Woodstock, Oxfordshire, inn-, keeper. JAMES J. TiAs9s, of Fairwood, Weetbury, Wilts. HEiiry CLLrrsac, Cinderford. grocer and hbaer. AMANDUs F. Rorssrau, residing at Wimbledon, Surrey, and Butter Market, Ipswich, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with the mianager on Satur- day, but no settlement was-come to. The 300 tinpiaterg locked out at Gorseincrn. Grovesend, and Fairwood Worhcj STRsEtT-EsRcsiI'o DISTcRB*NCE A T COIS. - the members of the Irish Open-air Missionr resumed their evangelistic services in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Rev. 'hr HALES, son to the Rev. Dr. Hales, of Killisandra, to Asi eldest daughter of James Denham of Fairwood park, count). Fermanagh, Esq and grand-daughter of Sir Willian hlieh. ardson. , On the Pth inst. at Ballyaqhron Church, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jooc, U'e-devan 'Ministor, Mr. Richard S. :eale, of Dablian. to Alice Mfary, youngest daughter of the late Mr. I':homax Hloskins, Fairwood H°Uoe, Co. Wicklow. I' r. A T HT S. Dickson-A-t the cci-ahrore, Fanzcr. the beloved wife of Mr. Win. Subscribers-only content

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