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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Eynsham Barnard Gate and Freeland

    the Breaches on the eastern edge of the parish. By the 16th century the ancient freehold was called Frithlands or Freelands , and Freeland was named as an address by the late 17th century. 87 In 1650, besides the house

    Eynsham Other estates

    were referred to in the 1540s , 82 and in 1605 the fields immediately south of the wood were called Freelands . 83 At the Dissolution the former Abingdon abbey estate there was reunited with Eynsham manor, 84 and the

    Index A-J

    York , Frederick , prince of Würtemburg, Frederick William III , King of Prussia , Free , Edw. Drax , Freelands , housing estate, Freeling, G. N. , Freemantle , W. H. , dean of Ripon , Freewater stone ,

    Modern Oxford South- West Oxford in 1850 South- East Oxford in 1850 North Oxford in 1850 GROWTH OF THE URBAN AREA

    as Cowley Marsh . By 1939 the corporation had built more than 2,000 new houses, mostly at Rose Hill (449), Freelands (365 by 1927 ), Gipsy Lane (314 by 1930 ), Cutteslowe (300 by 1934 ), South Park (241 c

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, F, 01 January 1596-31 December 1596

    Freare , Henry, 218. Freebridge Lynn , hundred of, co. Norf., 223. Freebridge Marshland , hundred of, co. Norf., 223. Freelands , co. Dorset, 188. Freeman (Freman) : George, 539. Ralph (Raphe), 501. William, 501. Frenan on the Canche ,

    Index, F, 01 January 1600-31 December 1600

    Francklin , John, 215. Frauncis , Edward, 216. John, the post of Chester, letter from, 169. Freake , Thomas, 216. Freelands , 142. Freeman , , 432 (2). Thomas, 216. William, 216. French Ambassador , 92 (2), 289; and see


    of free-warren on lands at Bromley, which he had inherited from his father, who died in 1327 20 . Freelands . Freelands, a house with lands in this parish, was, in 1701, the property of John Whalley, merchant. Some years

    Cecil Papers, May 1600, 1-15, 01 May 1600-15 May 1600

    his name. p. ( 180. 93.) Edward More to Mr. Collyer. 1600, May 9. With respect to the lease of Freelands. Odiham, 9 May, 1600. (P. 2305.) p. Lord Cobham. 1600, May 10. Release by Gilbarte Gardner, of Lon don,

    Cecil Papers, May 1596, 16-31, 16 May 1596-31 May 1596

    Warden and Fellows of Winchester College to Sir Robert Cecil. 1596, May 17. They are preferred for the lease of Freelands, in the parish of Pidletrenthide in Dorsetshire, 400 l. , which, because they fear in the change of Wardens

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    riday, attSt. Olave's, Thomas Morgan, Esqi.: dens, to Flizibet'h,- daughter of tle latie John A BOosto Esq. Percey-street. DEATHS. At Freelands, in Kent, in the 70th year of her age, Mrs. Mor" relict of the late Archbishop of Canterbury. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    anchorage for him that ever an old craft got into." The good-natured, gossiping Lord Sauffrenden, who would gladly visit at Freelands only for his wife, thinks Helen Tolleton will be the favoured one, and communicates his suspicions to his friend, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wrere. the latest quotations :--Erie Shares, 14; New York Central, 844 ; Panama Shares, 116; Illinois Central Bonds, 89; ditto Freelands, 91; Reading Shares, 4Q,~ Money had been in more active demand, but was quiet at, the close. Sterling Exchange Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pogtmonter. GiOnOuE Howoasee, Osnet-cuia-Gawthorpu, Yorkshire, skewer makes and iron broker. 0 LIQUIDATIONS BY ARR&ANTGYNENT, J. 'WrAvsie, New Road Cottage and Freelands, Kempney, Worcestershire, builder. C 0.nGrotnen, HIgh Street and Leckford Road, Orford, book. seller and stationer. J. MrLYs, Lianfeir Waterdine, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the beautiful figure. Then the canticle of "Zocham" followed, and the benediction terminated the ceremony. Amongst those present were three Sisters of the Confraternity of the Maost Holy Trinity, from Freelands, Bromley. The Rev. Fathers Connelly, Ganghran, and Omera assisted Subscribers-only content

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