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  • * Victoria County History *

    29 results from this resource, ordered by relevance. View more View all

    Eynsham Barnard Gate and Freeland

    Eynsham Barnard Gate and Freeland Barnard Gate and Freeland The heathside cottages which developed into the settlements of Barnard Gate and Freeland were mostly postmedieval, though there were a few earlier farmsteads near Freeland . In 1738 the vicar mentioned

    Eynsham Churches

    in Freeland . The foundation of Freeland church was controversial. Eynsham 's low church vicar, W. S. Bricknell , acceded to Taunton 's wish to create a new church and parish but was then dismayed to find that Freeland was

    Bladon Nonconformity

    , when there were 69 members of the church in Bladon ; until then they had often attended services at Freeland . 38 Attendance on Census Sunday 1851 was 42 adults and 56 Sunday school children in the morning, and

    Witney borough Charities for the poor 59. Holloway 's almshouses as rebuilt by William Wilkinson in 1868 .

    the income used for charitable purposes. The rebuilding was financed chiefly by subscriptions, loans, and a subvention from the town's Freeland estate charity, 1 together with sale of old materials; the new cottages were let at their full value until

    Hanborough Nonconformity

    in Long Hanborough . The new meeting house reported by the rector in 1805 was probably the chapel opened at Freeland that year, but five of the six houses or barns registered for worship in Long Hanborough be tween 1812

  • * British History Online * *

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    Book 3, 1690

    William Collins of Romsey in the County of Southton Clothier bound to Jeremy Bowers for Seaven Yeares. Henry Freeland Sonne of Henry Freeland of Byfleet in the County of Surrey Yeoman bound to Henry Peirson for Seaven Yeares. Quinto die

    Index, F, 01 January 1625-29 December 1629

    John, p. 696. Freake , Edward, p. 131. Freddhavz , letter dated from, 408. Fredericksburg , letter dated from, 11. Freeland , Wm., p. 133. -, his widow, p. 133. Freeman , John, p. 434. -, Alderman Ralph, 18, p.

    James 1 - volume 68, February 1612, 01 February 1612-28 February 1612

    [ Warrt. Bk ., III., p . 41. ] Feb. 6. Warrant to pay to Thos. Williams, administrator of Jas. Freeland, embroiderer, deceased, 870 l . 14 s . 3 d ., for wares supplied for the Queen. [ Ibid Subscribers-only content

    Acts, 1649

    David Hume of Wedderburne, Laird of Edzell, Laird of Nidrie, Sir William Scot of Harden, Laird of Greenheid, Laird of Freeland, Laird of Cesnock, Sir James Stewart of Kirkfield, the Laird of Swintoun, younger, Laird of Eight, Sir James Fraser,

    Letters and Papers of Minor Importance addressed to the Commissioners of the Navy, 16 February 1650-31 December 1650

    until 137 l . embezzled by him be paid; also to discharge him from his employment. 31 " 23 Thos. Freeland and Ralph East. Survey of timber in Freemantle Park, counties Essex and Hants 32 " 29 Wm. Ackworth Account Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CANADA & UNITED STATLb_. REDUCED FARES-SAILING ON THURSDAYS. ASSISTED PASSAGES - to Quebec, £4 15/-, Doisestic ServantS , ,3 18/-. Freeland GrantS, Pala- phlets, and all informato on application to the ( ,,ee'" undersign, ' i F ares- ~~~~~% ~ Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CANADA & UNITED STATES. REDUCED FARES-SAILING ON THURSDAYS. ASSISTED PASSAGES , to Quebec, £4 15/-; Domestic Servants, rA,. 63 16/-. Freeland Grants, Pamn- <1 phlets, and all inforstation on apphcatien to the 15,' indeiSigned. Sts Farcs- Serg,£.'Through /rU5\%u of farcs Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    & UNITED STATEob. REDUCED FARES.-SAILING ON THURSDAYS. ASSISTED PASSAGES to Qulebec, £44 15/-, Dansestic Sersants, S A , £g3 16/-. Freeland Grants, Pain' C. v pilots, and all inlformation \\~ on application to the ';ores. Th --h unldersignled. e v Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    UNITED STATIDL. REDUCED FARES.-SAILING ON THURSDAYS. ASSISTED PASSAGES , to Quebec, £4 15/.-; Domestic Scrvants , ng , £3 16i-. Freeland Grants, Pacm- phlets, and all information on application to the 7 undersigned. /10 ares- C ;bin, £l0 10/. Steerage, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DOLGELLEY. CANADA & UNITED STATEb. REDUCED FARES.-SAILING ON 1-HURSDAYS. ASSISTED PASSAGES - to Quebec, £4 15/-; Domestic Servants, Z3S 1f-. Freeland Grants, Pam- phlets, and all informat ion endersigned. Sgo t'Fares- on application to the r~ ai,£01] \ \i poft Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    11 June 1784, 11 June 1784

    Secreta- riorum. c I 1 ter. Lords take the Oaths. Ld. Sydney takes the Oaths. Writs of Er- ror delivered. Freeland againft Muithwaite. This Day Jo/zzz Earl of Szzz/oZZc and PerzY/zz/re, and F/e/zara&quot; Lord Bifhop of Fazzaa^&quot;, took the Oaths, Subscribers-only content

    18 February 1785, 18 February 1785

    delivered ror delivered, in at the Table Three Writs of Error; In the firft of which, Pozzer/ PreeZa«d, Mainpernor of fF/Z/zYz/B JoZ&gt;7z/Zoz2, is Freeland Plaintiff, againft 2nd Greenaway. Mar/Zza Greezzway Spinfter, Adminiftratrhc of JoZzzz. Greezzway deceafed, is Defendant. 3B In Subscribers-only content

    2 March 1785, 2 March 1785

    tion Bill: Meflages to H. C. that the Lords have agreed «!o the Five preceding Bills. Tamra&apos;s Na- turalization Bill. Freeland againft Greenvvay: Writ of Er- ror Non- pros&apos;d with C«fts. the more eafy and fpeedy Recovery of Small Debts Subscribers-only content

    16 November 1830, 16 November 1830

    whose Names are thereunto subscribed : Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Members of Freeland: a Society and Congregation of Wesleyan Methodists worshipping at Freeland Chapel, in the County of Oxford, whose Names are thereunto subscribed : Also, Upon Subscribers-only content

    10 May 1833, 10 May 1833

    Members of a Society and Congregation of Wesleyan Methodists wor- of Sleaford ; of North Somercotes: of Should- iiain; of Freeland y gg y A] shipping at Scatter Chapel, in the County of Lincoln, Sod whose Names are thereunto subscnbed Subscribers-only content

 

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