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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Broughton

    a mile and a half to Foxfield ; here it turns west to cross the Duddon estuary. From the same point a single-line branch goes northeast to Coniston . There are three stations: Foxfield Junction , Broughton , and Woodland

    The parish of Furness

    . In the next year it was extended north to Broughton , and in 1850 carried across the Duddon from Foxfield to form the Whitehaven line. Powers were obtained to form a branch to Ulverston , which was opened in

    Index A-K

    n ; Kath., 81 n ; Thos., 83 n ; Will., 83 n , 214 n Foxdale Beck , 79 Foxfield , 401 Foxheads , payments for, 345 n Foxley , Saml., 94 France , Edw., 91 n ; Marg.,

  • * British History Online * *

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    Entry Book, January 1684, 7-15, 01 January 1684-31 January 1684

    to the common road leading from Ollerton to Peverell Thorp alias Palethorp and along said road to the corner of Foxfield Break in the lordship of Peverell Thorp and thence westward by the outmost bounds of Peverell Thorp and Thoresby

    Index of names and places, F

    of Excise, ii. 850. John, ii. 1445. of Gotham, i. 182. Foxdenton [in Chadderton ] , co. Lancaster, ii. 626. Foxfield . See Froxfield. Foxley : Samuel, ii. 1328. Thomas, ii. 545. William, alderman of Kingston-uponHull, ii. 1068, 1447. Foxton

    British History Online

    John Bennet of Steeple-Ashton, John Smith of Bradford, Richard Franklin, William Reddish, Gent. Francis Andrews of Collingbourn, Edward Mills of Foxfield, John Cheney of Oare, Edward Tidcomb of Eastcot, Robert Munday of Charlton, Thomas Carter of Warminster, Esqs; Mr. John

    Tables, January to December 1767, 01 January 1767-31 December 1767

    Do. Do. Do. 23 " 126 Remission of fine and imprisonment. Spraggs, John, late of Oakhill, in the parish of Foxfield and co. of Wilts. Conspiracy [A fine. ] To stand twice in the pillory, 2 years imprisonment, and find Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of which year, lie was married to Elizabeth, thie daitetter of Mr. William Crook Noyes, formerly an extensive- brewer at Foxfield, near Hungerford, and afterwards farmer of his own estate at Tangley, near Andover, from whence he retired withi a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ing females on the public roads. He states, that lie last week observed, on the London road between Marlhorough and Foxfield, a delicate young woman breaking stones with one band, whilst she held an infant sucking et her breast with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    from miners of Browahills, and Mr. Charles Bell from miners of Cheadle and dis- trict, she Black Bull Colliery, and Foxfield Colliery. RE'MOVAL OF WRECKS. Replying to Mr. Mildmay, Mr. BoRT said that Trinity House undertook, at the expense of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    illtreating certain genmescocks by settiug them to tght on the 27th lIt, at Bsi;k End Rough lMarsh, near Broughton and Foxfield, Euch ssroceedings bEing comI- trary to the statute 12th and 13th Vie., isp. 42. see. 2. Two ueiglibourlig firsmers Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    platelayer named Thomas Iolmnes (62), who had beeninthe serviceof theluraness Railway Company for twenty-eight yea rs, and was killed at Foxfield station. He ;was standing on the down line, ont of the way of a goode train, which was9 shunting, Subscribers-only content

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