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  • * Victoria County History *

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    by the number of ploughings, scarifyings, harrowings, rollings, and cost of manurings, and not by the value of the crop. Fallows are paid for in the same way, so that the land is often ploughed when too wet, whilst little

    The City of Leicester Social and economic history, 1506-1660

    1542 , 1548, 1591, and 1615, for example, left less than £3 worth of goods and chattels. In 1556 William Fallows , serving man, left £18 17 s . 11 d . In 1572 John Meade , a servant of

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    Butler & Savage; Cutts ; Davies & Middleton ; Dawkes; Dunn & Hansom; Dunn & Hip- kiss; Ebbles; Etwall ; Fallows ; Fillmore ; Gibson; Gill ; Good- win; Gray; Griffin & Weller; Griffiths; Harper; Harris , Martin & Harris

    Religious History Places of worship

    evening services, and publishing a hymnal in several editions. In 1899 J. A. Fallows , formerly a minister of the Church of England , became secretary. 39 Fallows was also secretary of the Socialist Centre, and there were other links

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    , Eykyn , Rog., Fabian Soc. , Fair Trade League , in Birm., Fairbanks Rim Manufacturing Co. , fairs , Fallows , J. A. , Far East , trade with, Farm St. Board Sch. , and see schools Farm St.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    street. W. W. Crowder, Birmingham, woolstapler. [Chaplin, Gray's inn square. B. Barnsley, Greet's green, West Bromwich, Staffordshire, builder. [Miller and Fallows, Piccasilty. S. Myers, Smeaton, Yorkshire, victualler. [King, Verulam buildings, Gray's inn. -W. H. Battiscombe, Bristol, money scrivener. [Gilham, Sy- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    S. Nelsoa, Soweiby, near Thirok, Yorkshire, bailder. [Kirk, S nmotidos inn, Chascery lane. Uit. Hislick. W~alsall, Staffordshire, miller. [Miller and Fallows, Piccadilly. IV. Wood, 4alsalls, Staffordshire,publican. [Hunt, New Bo, wvell court, Lincolu's inn. J. Eliisbury, HotI3well, Flintshire, grocei. [Smedley and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    G. Seed, Manchester, giungham manufacturer. [Makinson and Sanders, Elm court, Middle Temple. J. Jevon, jun. Bilsten, Staffordshire, innkeeper. [Miller and Fallows, Piccadilly. J. Doughty, Bristol, licensed victualler. [Phippen and Craven, Bristol . DIVIDENDS. June 17, A. Mason,'Chigwell, Essex. corn dealer-lone Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    S. powtkes, Beesteou, Nottingthamshire, grocer. [Jones and Co. John street, Bedford row. T. Barnsley, Tipton, Stafrordshire, engine maker. [Miller and Fallows, Ptcc.dilly. J. Ford, Bristol, cooper. (White and Eyre, Bedford row. W. Harsnaill, Dover, carpenter. [Hawkins and Co. New Bosweli Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jteales, It Great Russell street; George Adcock, 100 Craw. ford street; F. Barnes and Co. 109 and 62 bFenchurch street; Fallows and Adcock, aI Halkin street West, Belgrave square; Rippon and Burton, Wells street, Oxford street; and all otherrespectable ironmongers Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Appendix: poor laws, 15 December 1830, 15 December 1830-15 December 1830

    Cultivation, which makes a great Difference; and of course if it is all kept in Cultivation, and there are no Fallows, it enables us to give much more Employment. Has the Population of your Parish increased since you have occupied

    House of Lords Journal Volume 16, 10 March 1697, 10 March 1697-10 March 1697

    from the House of Commons, by Mr. Manwaring and others: To return the Bill, intituled, "An Act to enable William Fallows , an Infant, to sell an Estate in the County of Chester , to pay Debts secured by Mortgages;"

    Index, F, 01 January 1714-31 December 1719

    Bankside, Southwark; ccvii. 21. Falkland , Lord, sometime treasurer of the Navy; clxxx. 59. Fallows , Thos., doctor in physic, petitions; cxci. 55; cxciv. 13. Falmouth ; ccxiv. 23; ccxxii. 41. Fan Grove , Windsor Forest; cxcix. 9; cc. 1;

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    Eyme, Salomon, and others. 7 & 8 W. III . 159 Fairfax, Thomas Lord, and others. 10 W.III . 523 Fallows, William, an Infant. 8 & 9 W.III . 293 Fane, Lady Katherine. 7 & 8 W.III . 159 Fauquire,

    The trial of Strafford, The fifteenth article

    that this Loss was at least 500 l. out of his way, for he was not able to sow the Fallows, and was fain to break up House and Home, and was never able to keep House since. That this

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

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    Lepton (Great Lepton) : hamlet Cannot find a modern equivilant of this.Little Lepton (Little Lepton) : undefined Lepton (Lepton) : manor Fallows (Fallowes) : fieldname Spelling modernisedLiley Clough (Liley) : fieldname Gregory (Gregorie) : fieldname Houses Hill (Howses) : fieldname


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