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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Easthorpe Introduction Easthorpe 1840

    of pantiles by plain tiles. Little Badcocks, further east, stands on or near the site of a house formerly called Fennes , then Hewers, and then Maltings Farm. 87 The building, which was of its modern size in 1841 ,

    Wisbech Port, Nene outfall, canal

    local landowners as too expensive. 6 An undated 'breife description of the notable or most famus rivers fallinge into the Fennes ' in a volume of collections towards a history of the Fens made by Maurice Johnson in 1710 sums

    Parishes White Waltham

    After the Dissolution the chapel, with tithes from lands called Le New Pasture , Boye, Pittfield, Fennes Field, Ramsley , le Redcrofte, Sawyers, Little Fennes , Breade Croft , Cawden and Wotarshe was granted to Richard Warde and William Planer.

    Parishes Bygrave

    Nevill (Rec. Com.), 280; Feet of F. Div . Co. 4 Hen. III, 13; but this includes land at ' Fennes ,' co. Kent . Feud. Aids , ii, 447. Ibid. 433; Misc. Bks. Exch. K.R. iii, fol. 118 d.

    Parishes Walton on Thames

    the following bequests:- By the will of Thomas Fennes , dated 8 February 1635 -6, a tenement in Bishopsgate Street , now producing £500 a year (worth £10 a year when Fennes died in 1644 ), and land in this

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 2, Chapter 1 A Second APPENDIX.

    Charges, per Ann. 28 13 9 1/4 } The Mannors of Walsingham Magna , Walsingham Parva, Bottes, Fennes , Welles, & c. per Ann. 70 0 0 } 917 3 10 1/2 }

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ! Baltimore . Potomac (Main pBc. treom . lt Motr . 1t19 1/4, Line) ps.c Iet Most., 122t4 N. York, Fennes., & 0.SI Miort., Cent. of N. Jersey 5 pio. tee. 1',/2 44 Mour, 1145.4 p Db sdi no. Detf. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Second seriei. " Fire island," by G. Manville Fern (Sampson Low). Pp. 334. I "The Laud of Isma," by risher Fennes (Potts). Pp. 216. PMISCELLANEIOUS. "Plans for thle Government of Bol5s, as Practised at -areiwnod School," ' eprint of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as new, ccrt:2 guineas, to be SOLD cheap. Ben Snn ., VA.NUFA-CTUR`ERS' Remanants in Stuffs, Cahcc_', * U C--naeta. Ai~ecaaVeiea. Fennes, &a, BMb. bod½ h- ± floe 1is. ,rc. W~. Corks' n. Merchant, 4r, S-wamna-src-t. Ba.> - ENTLEMAN wanttingx cash Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CRICKET TO SECRETARIS OF CLUBS. sozing sheets for match purposes may be obtained gratis on application at the Office of this Paper. YORKSHIRE r. NOITS. he Yorkshire and aotts match is always one of the ,0st attrnctive fixtures on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    printed by Schoiffer in 1470, a soagriioent volume ont Svery sine vcellumn; one of th~e only four copies know oi "'Fennes P~rotes,' 1593 (of'wohichl one is in the Mrroueono. 021e 310 the Bodieioon. and the othler 3in the Ifuth JLibrary): Subscribers-only content

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