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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Over Stowey Economic history

    was increased at the expense of the woodland on the rectory estate and at Friarn and in 1688 it was proposed to convert former woodland at Friarn into water meadows. 78 Grain was prominent in some 17thcentury inventories, 79 but

    Over Stowey Manors and other estates

    90 Friarn House , recorded in 1660 , 91 was described as a capital messuage i n 1730 . 92 It stood probably east of the road from Bincombe to Adscombe , and was demolished before 1833, when Friarn farm

    Over Stowey Over Stowey 1838

    Aisholt parish, were granted in 1716 and 1720. 60 Other licences were granted in 1755 and 1758 to mine on Friarn manor in Bincombe , and a mine there, possibly on Dodington manor lands, was operating near Walford 's Gibbet

    Over Stowey Church

    for meadow had been introduced by 1678 and the vicar then received 20 s . in lieu of tithes in Friarn wood. 82 In the late 18th century the vicar refused to accept a modus for the 1,000-a. estate of

    Bridgwater Education

    evening classes were begun in 1850 , probably in the original building in Friarn Street . 12 About 1866 the Provident Place school was demolished, and the Friarn Street school probably merged with a girls' British school in the same

  • * British History Online *

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    Friern Barnet

    Friern Barnet BARNET FRIARN. Name ; THE name of Barnet is common to several parishes in England. It was anciently written Bernette or Bergnet, which, Chauncy says, signifies a little hill 1 ; the addition of Friarn, denotes that it


    in the hundred of Ossulston, about five miles from Holborn-bars. The parish is bounded by Islington, Stoke Newington, Hackney, Tottenham, Friarn Barnet, Finchley, and Pancras. It contains about 2200 acres of land; of which about 50 only are arable, about

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    [Lebb, Cookes cotrvi, tmin- chn'o-ion.-1. SWneppard, King's Lyon, Norfolk, brick end draining tile tonia21!- tWrer. [eumber, Strand.-G. F. Rhit, Crnitned Friarn, mernicant . [C.osotey and Born, Lombard street.-. Wood, lSagnigge-Wells rood, cewlkanper. [Fes- ten, Bread-street builnling3,-B. L linarnett, Graeoelhorcln streen, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    11 sonor yecda~ 1k Row infth 'Loe,'l,-A plenaeiutly.aitulated RIISIDFNCn,. No. 12, Wirrlick T Row,oicnapied by Mi. Hence Dreseer, fronting-to Grey Friarn' Green. for It containo'n frontage of 21 feet 3 inches and an area of 202 square abb yerds,'and'limMdlate Poseslon Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T Address, 180, Lodge Road. Winton Green. e2617 W~ANTED, astrong YOUTH, to makelDough and Mossd,~ fetch an-eiver Bread.-Apply jpersonally. 39. Friarn, Street. 'Warwick C1923 aATE stout YOUTH, need to the Baking. Good character idsesbe-Apply, S89, New. John Street West. clall. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PADA EE15L1 STREETii YONDON, WHEcTclts' wtrLL, olFwl 1,46 TONS 1~-T CAKES. Calalaguie.3 msy be leal at their OlTIces, 10, AilstIn Friarn. D.C., LIrdoen; and 5, Castle Strodt, .1ciseepaol calga of Air. Duderly Docker. 33, Cannon Street. rinireicgfrsc. 422 ALLIANCE ASSURANCE Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    STAKES. BDte i Chagrins 05, eInval 0, Barde 4, Pr-oiscre 4, Ml~lan 3, Beau-. Ielair 4, La Scata 4, Kiang, Friarn 3, Ruleisrra 4, e lb Favoerlus- I B~ed ltiband 3, itidotto 6, Pollens 3. Ercilditirne 3, PrInce Palsa- tine Subscribers-only content

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