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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Marrick Sayer of Worsall. Gules a cheveron between three sea-pies argent .

    following place-names occur in the 16th century: Applegarth , Snawden, Tabby Strand , Wyntryng Holme , St. John Carre, Methorn Flatt , Cote Flat , Colte Park, Dynnyshage and Ulland 13 ; and in the 17th century: Sander Springe ,


    'sickle boons' in the later 16th century. 74 Strips in Scarn Flat were mentioned in the 1650s 75 and Scarn Flatt field was first recorded in 1665 . 76 The arable area in the 17th century also included closes divided

    Parishes Crayke Bishopric of Durham . Azure a cross or between four lions argent .

    Castle Garth , Hall Field , Nyne Penny Piece, Fower Megge Flatte, Heather Intacke, Low Inge , Crooke Inge, Fosse Flatt , Newe Close, Two Sam Peeces, Slee Close, Great and Little Hagg Inge, Weight Land, Bulpitt, Mart Gate Inge,

    Parishes St Oswald's - Introduction

    close called Holensfeld in 1551 , 142 and Hollingside itself is mentioned in 1651 , together with lands called Award Flatt , the Pooles and Weather Haugh . 143 West of Houghall is Elvet Moor, 144 inclosed in 1772 .

    Burton-upon-Trent Local government

    gallows in the Middle Ages on the b oundary between Burton Extra and Horninglow townships: in 1757 land called Gallows Flatt lay beside the Derby road at Little Burton . 25 Stocks mentioned in 1280 probably stood in the market

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ofuli Fyrcof MtiSS IIAIRWS. C),:t- roelery lmiry Msker, Mr A. Wigi:i hlrSliehe Mr F. 3litt)lXiS Biliary Shivers, 3r Meadovs tFuFnny Flatt, Miss Andel: Ms lorris, Mr Kleley. 'l' contelmi wtithle t lurhecrlo i if THll N MAI(lC tIcitXI. il"Ii lith Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I ACCIDENTS. OFFENCES, AND OCCURRENCES. DREADFUL EXPLOSION OF GUN COTTON.-A most sis- tressing accident has occurred near Faversham. The Messrs Hall have been for some time engaged in extensive prepara- tions for the manufacture of gun cotton, in whicls Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ilceiacc. lIeis. Bleneoure Clisoctil, t Ei- IIoisici 'i iicee, c-2stI. Georgee c)ccse, Ito" ilos ootn1 Wutlmniscc il,w i-I. Xs Iy ,Flatt. Cc.1. civ Itioh-Leseil HllsixDat. 1,sc outoci , Jt-~ Pliec iso. trtlscc Kcuocscivd. II-c.icie lir'5ii Theeos sn ciiss.1 cic,"Ecl. ,I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    E. B. -Barker, at Bacton Rectory, on the morning of Sunday, the 8th instant. He is a labourer, samed W. Flatt, about twenty'years of age, and lived in the village of Bacton. His character is a very indifferent ond, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EDUCATIONAL WORKS. Before speaking of works distinctly meant for pupils, we desire to draw attention to a volume interesting to those who belong to the higher grade of teachers, and to the whole public interested in the subject of Subscribers-only content


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