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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals Leper house of Gorleston

    of subsistence. 1 The house is mentioned in a will of 1372, and again in 1379 , when Simon Atte Gap , of Great Yarmouth , bequeathed a legacy of 6 s . 8 d . towards its maintenance. 2

    Fulbourn Education

    club and library. 45 In 1969 a new infant school for up to 70 children was built west of Haggis Gap . 46 In 1976 the two schools together had c . 500 pupils, the junior school's numbers having risen

    Bottisham Local government

    59/14/2/7, m. 8d., s.a. 1717. Ibid. R 59/14/2/1. Ibid. R 59/14/2; ibid. L 1/22. Ibid. R 59/14/2/3-8. Ibid. L 1/24-6. Gap 1830-80 ptly. filled by drafts in ibid. 107/M. P.R.O., SC 2/155/54. In C.R.O., 107/M (scattered among entries for other

    Parishes Addington

    Path , Millfield , Windmill Furz, Hallwell Close, Leetfurlong, Dunway and Wipas. 4 In the south of the parish Gallows Gap is supposed to mark the site of an ancient gallows, the privilege of maintaining which was acquired by the

    Twentieth century Chester 1914-2000 Town planning and the built environment, 1945-74

    bought by the council to protect it, was destroyed on the grounds that it had deteriorated beyond repair. 10 The Gap , as it became known, was a constant embarrassment to the council, which organized a competition for an infill

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ---- I ua I th Dywed y Christian Advocate, uro obapyrau Amer c4, Cer foid Ull u'r enw Mr. Yager, Riabbi Iuddewig yn byirageg ( rd. Mobile, wedi cael ei ddychwelyd at Guistsn rogeth yur o], ddiweddar. Nid cael Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Young., Merthyr; 'U. U. Y., Mr-. E. B. r WPliams. Dabvd YlOU.rU; D., Cadben G. B Thomas, Caerarfon; T. UJ. Gap., 3:arch. Thomas Rees, Merthyr; T. U. H., P>rch. T. Morris, Llangollen. .Ma.e'n cseb gol tanal Portbmadeg gail? yr U Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wharf yr oedd el holl ymddygiad yn bur ac ya anrhydeddas dros ben. -Ni chymerai byth mo'i Iygrua gwabrwyeau gan Gap. teniaid llangau er cael ifaft ganddo drwy roddi iddynt cagoes i fyned ymaith tra *y cedwid eraill yn ddiystyr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HIELYNTION Y LLAN. Y PARCH. ABEL THOMAS. Ie, y tawel Abelj Thom"s yn si wely I Dyma dynged hall ddynolryw, dyma. ffordd yr hoil ddaear, 0 ddyddiau boren'r byd ! Daw pawb i'w gwely yn y man, boed dda, Subscribers-only content

 

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