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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Headley

    , another from Forest Mere Pond and through Roody Pond, another from Wheatsheaf Pond and Bohunt Pond, and another from Fowley Pond. These streams unite and form the Holly water at an elevation of about 245 ft. above the sea.

    Townships Culcheth

    and 18th centuries many of the inhabitants followed the occupation of linen weaving. Culcheth proper has Carr , Hurst , Fowley and Twiss Green in the north-west, north-east, south-east, and south-west corners; the village of Glazebury 2 has sprung up

    Parishes Wootton Bassett Wootton Bassett , c. 1773

    of which became disused and disappeared after the commons were inclosed in 1821 . A lane called in 1773 Bushey Fowley Lane , which in 1967 was in places a mere footpath, forms for about 11/2 mile the eastern boundary

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    m Complete. Cheapest and Beet ever produced, and repay theirCS in THREE MONTHS.-Prlsed Catalogues and all Petlujrafrom Pollrek Laingr, and Fowley, Eingineers eod Macblles Lorgelose Works, Leeds, where a machine Is always to be reen a work. 58 I I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DREADFUL COLLIERY EX-PLOSLON IN GLAMORGANSEERE. I~~~~~~~~~111 N1NETEEN PERSONS lLILLUD; FIVE OTHERS SERIOUSLY Il.JUNBD. A disastrous explosion of fire damp took plsoe at a col. liery in the neighbourhood of Linasawlet near Swansea, on Saturduy eveuiog last, in which nineteen Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    four bed rowes, drcssing room, two kitchlenu: gardcan. £41, I6o Ij:EERSWHLL.-To PLet, Farm, 20 ares: llgood honicetood: Si acres grnos-R, Fowley, 10, lennott i. 5 -B7IICtgFrl IwLDS lrinerirleeisleniro; tvo-eception a di flea-bed 7 JLt rooms, a ilacrge ditl laity; Instl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a verdict of n'anslao hter r against Poliee-eonstsblo l'lumbey, who, was arrested for 'causing the (leath of is watchman named Fowley. - THE L ROYAL MARRIAGE.-Her Royal Highness Princess q y Frederies and her husband, Baron ifaninagon, left t (taring Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bees, dressing royce, wve., two sitting reamns, ertrance 'vsij cellar, l itceben, scullery, end smuall enelseed garden. Ilent liecloe: -.Win. Fowley, Anoatienser and Estate Agent, 1S, Temnple lRocv CjOLIIHUL,. - Charming medeente-sicod Counryl~FIoiiet0~ fJ siteinted in its own ornamonteI ereende, Subscribers-only content

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