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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Wolfhamcote

    of Flecknoe in 1587 2 and 1687. 3 The southern part of the parish was inclosed under an Act of 1744, 4 affecting 1,690 acres, 5 and its effects are visible in the long, straight hedgerows radiating from Flecknoe .

    Parishes Leamington Hastings

    Marton ; but there are numerous unmetalled roads and tracks, one of which, running from Hill across Grandborough Fields towards Flecknoe and Staverton ( Northants .) seems to have once been more frequently used; the inhabitants of the parish, who

    Parishes Marton

    Hill in Leamington Hastings ), of the fee of Abingdon : Grandborough , of the fee of Water Croc; Wolfhamcote, Flecknoe , Calcutt , Napton ' de terra Moysi '; Ladbroke on the land of William and of Henry Boscher;

    Parishes Wolston

    for one night. 93 Theobald died in 1309 , holding the castle of Brandon with its members in Bretford and Flecknoe , leaving a son Theobald. 94 The latter married first Maud de Mortimer , by whom he had three

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    (later E. of Southampton , d. 1542), Five Ways , Five Ways House , Islington Row, Five Ways station , Flecknoe , Jos., Fleet St. , mission, Fleming, J. H. , Flersheim , Herz Moses, Löb Herz, Flint Glass Makers'

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SUTTON, Henry (d.1416), of Ditchford, Warws. and Averham, Notts.

    SUTTON, Henry (d.1416), of Ditchford, Warws. and Averham, Notts. Constituency Dates Warwickshire 1407 Nottinghamshire Apr. 1414 Ofifces Held Tax collector, Warws. May 1398. Biography Sutton remains remarkably obscure for a man who represented two shires in Parliament. His service

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEWSPAPER CHAT. DroraNGS AT POMPEI.-New diggings have lately been made in the ruins of Pompeii, and a very beautiful bust of Cicero has been found in good preservation. Upon it is observable the chicken pea (cler) which Frocured him Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE LITERARY EXAMINER. Club Life in London; qvith Anecdotes of the Clubs, Coffee, Houses, and Taverns of the 7Metr opolis, during the 17th, 18th, and 19th Centu5ries. ]3y John Timbs, F.S.A. In Two Volumes. Bentley. Of the several books Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    five hundred persons, wended their way to a meadow on the margin of the River Leam, in the parish of Flecknoe, some seven miles from home, and near tho spot where Carpenter and Suety Bow, of Ooventry, fought about a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CRICKET. THE SMETHWICOK AVEFAGES. PROBABLE DISRUPTION OF THE CLUB. We give below the results of 'the matches played by the Smethwick Cricket Club during last season, and the batting and bowling averages of the players. The chief feature of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fairbrother. (Burton Dassett) won the chief award. For the same class of animals under five years, Mr. J. Goodman, of Flecknoe, won with " Knight of Snowdon'; while for the best foal by a thoroughbred horse likely to make a Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Table of contents, 11 June 1735

    Apr 1730] dup.357.c.2(2) A Report Relating to the King's-Bench Prison London Gazette No.6893 20-23 June 1730 la 21 March 1729/30 Flecknoe inclosure Bill Dunchurch inclosure bill, not read Act HL la 13 Feb 1729/30 Calvert estate Act HL la 24 Subscribers-only content

    A Bill for Dividing and Inclosing the Common Fields and Common Grounds called Flecknoe-Fields in the Parish of Woolshampcoat, in the County of Warwick., 11 June 1728

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    29 February 1743, 29 February 1744

    Lords. A. 1743. Mareham le Bill Flecknoe FidTen ing, BUI Ordered, That the faid Bill, with the Amendments, be engrofled. The Lord Monfon made the like Report from the Lords Committees to whom the Bill, intituled, " An " Aft Subscribers-only content

    22 March 1743, 22 March 1744

    Heath, in the County of " Berks." " 15. An Aft for enclofing and dividing the Common ** Fields called Flecknoe, in the Parifli of Wolfhampcoat, " in the County of Warwick." j ing To thefe Bills the Royal Affent Subscribers-only content

    Contents of the Head

    Findern, XXX. 549. Afa/z>ezzg-/z/z*». 294. Finningley, P. XXXIV. 457. 295. Flambrough. P. XXX. 29. 296. Fleckney, P. XXXII. 142. 297. Flecknoe, P. XXIV. 511. 298. Fleet Fen, P. XXXIV. 73. 299. Fletton, P. XXVIIL 708. 300. Folefhill, P. XXXIV. 491. Subscribers-only content

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