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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Over Economic history

    of the village above 8 m. (25 ft.). South fen meadow skirted it to the south by Swavesey drain and Forth fen or West meadow to the north by the fens. The commonable pastures and fens covering the northern half

    Parishes Elstow

    engrailed border, impaling two bends vair and a quarter with a demi greyhound running therein, which are the arms of Forth . Another memorial slab is to Robert Lovett , a London merchant, 1657, and to Elizabeth wife of Robert

    Middle division Wawne Wawne Township c. 1755 Meaux township 1650 North Bransholme and Kingswood 2000 Wawne Church

    from Swine and Sutton , later called respectively Head or Moor dike and Forge, Forth , or Fore dike, now Foredyke stream and Wawne drain. 51 Forth dike was made or improved to form the boundary between Wawne and Sutton

    Townships Orrell and Ford

    , or Orell, 1350 onwards. Ford , 1300 onwards; Forde and Forth occur. This township is formed of two detached portions, Orrell to the south and Ford to the north; their combined area is 727 acres. 1 The population in

    Roman Chester Roman Chester , with modern street plan superimposed

    the basic military requirements added by c . 80. 12 Scarcely two years later Agricola had subdued Brigantia, occupied the Forth -Clyde isthmus, and was advancing towards the river Tay. Chester , with superb harbour facilities, played a key role

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    FORTH, Hugh (1610-76), of Clapham, Surr.

    FORTH, Hugh (1610-76), of Clapham, Surr. Constituency Dates Wigan 1659 Wigan 31 July 1660 Ofifces Held Commr. for sewers, Kent 1657. Biography Four generations of Forth’s ancestors had resided in Wigan. Their efforts to establish kinship with a neighbouring

    DUNDAS, Thomas (1741-1820), of Castlecary, Stirling and Aske, nr. Richmond, Yorks.

    land tax, 27 Feb. 1767, but was chiefly concerned in furthering his father’s Scottish interests, notably in connexion with the Forth and Clyde canal. He supported the Grafton and North Administrations.In 1766 Sir Lawrence, shortly after purchasing the controlling interest

    ANSTRUTHER, Philip (c.1680-1760), of Airdrie, Fife.

    supposed thereafter to have passed through Edinburgh only in disguise and to have avoided the normal ferry route across the Forth whenever possible. On one such occasion, according to Horace Walpole, ‘crossing a firth he said to the waterman, "This

    GRAEME, David (1716-97), of Braco and Gorthy, Perth.

    the Chatham Administration. His prestige in Scotland stood high. He was active in support of the linen industry and the Forth and Clyde canal; Patrick Craufurd’s son James was ‘made equerry to the Queen entirely by General Graeme’s interest’;[footnote] Lord

    DAVIDSON, Duncan (?1800-1881), of Tulloch Castle, Dingwall, Ross.

    family business, which was carried on by Henry, inherited �30,000, Tulloch and all the entailed Scottish property, shares in the Forth and Clyde Navigation, Union Canal, Dingwall Canal and British Herring Companies, real estate at Inchicore, county Dublin and elsewhere

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