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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Colne Engaine Economic history

    closes by 1610 . 42 From 1530 or earlier the Colne Engaine man- orial demesne was leased in two farms, Gaines Hall (70 a.) and Leggs (64 a.). In 1675 the tenant of Leggs was required to plant 10 oaks

    Teversham Economic history

    east. 21 South of the village was Mill, after 1500 often called Millhill , field, also named c . 1565-1635 Gaines field from the adjoining manor house. By 1800 it was called Hinton field. Eastwards lay Millditch and, beyond a

    Parishes Doddenham

    appear to have been expended. A sum of £2 10 s . a year payable out of property known as Gaines Estate in Whitbourne , co. Hereford , is also distributed among the poor under the title of John Freeman

    Colne Engaine Introduction Colne Engaine c. 1650

    man's) green, from 1461, and Langley , Golding - tons, and Gores (later Parsons or Booses) greens from 1526. 70 Gaines or Street green north of the church was not recorded until 1612, but was presumably much older. 71 Half

    Parishes Middleton St. George

    parcels to Ninian Girlington , Richard Maddock and John Gaines . Girlington acquired the ' Grange ' and the manorial rights, 65 Maddock the ' Red House ,' 66 and Gaines a capital messuage and various closes. 67 In 1599

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Darllen (i rai o dan 15 aed) ; goren, Miss Dorothy A. Williams, G~laaolwyd; ail, Janet Morri8 Y Robert Evan, Gaines. Adrodd, 'Paeboth wue ddyn yn Oi ddyn,' a Trysorfa'r Plant; goreu Miss Ellinor Jonesi, cJ Bryngwyn mawr, PRhuallt; ail, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sodaf art. - Adtrdd o dan- l2eg aed;- goron, Ellen Jones, Rhnallt; ail, Jarnet Elizabeth Williams, Otanclwyd.-;, trydydd, .Robert Evans, Gaines. - Areithto, Mr. Richard Williams,. Moat gaertBodffari. Sillobu, * Dora Williams,alanciwyd. Canwyd amnywiddasnatr$n rhagoral- yr ystod y cyfaffad gar, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gyfer traul meddiant yF o'r ynysoedd, a sefydliad Llywodraeth yno. A Ond ye ddirybudd hollol, fel yn achos New a, Gaines, daeth y newydd fod Germani wedi ai sefydlu ei hawdurdod yn y Carolines, heb A nurhyw gydnabyddiad o hawliau Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bodfa, a Msry E Roberts, Yegubor Newydd, T8Dyfron ................... - - ---- .. 83 john Evans, Llanannan ; Robert Jones, Gaines, Ween Bnd- Jor . ttie Lloyd, High-stroet, Dinbych, COpel Iawr, a E Catherine Roberts, Pen y brym, Llanelwy ........... Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and recoirmendinrg Dr. Iler- beet Marshl to 1)e by thein elected. B -NNKRUP TS. S. lVtillwr, Nlaik-lane, ship-broker. Attorney, Mnr Gaines, C;lrdi tnt-..irtet. ;m.irnl \V. Pinirgon, Stock; Exehanre Coffee-houwe. tavern. kncl nor . Atlforives, Messrs. Alliston anid Co. Cornhill. C. Subscribers-only content

 

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