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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Sullington Economic history

    . It was burnt down in 1911 ; the iron windshaft remained in 1980 . 12 The firm of T. Gatley , corn millers, was grinding animal feed electrically on the former army camp north of Barns Farm in the

    Parishes Steeple Morden

    1861 . Two other small settlements lay further afield. At Gatwell End, its name corrupted in the 18th century to Gatley , 26 2 km. south of the village, where rose the Cheney (once Gatwell) 27 Water, messuages and crofts

    Parishes Bredon

    40 s . a year for the distribution of bread on the first Sunday in every month; also a Mr. Gatley , by his will, gave 6 s . 8 d . a year for the distribution of bread on

    Index A-J

    Austria-Hungary , n Auti (fl. 1066, ?two of this name) , aviator , and see gliding Aymestrey (Herefs.) , see Gatley ; Lye , Upper Aynho , Adam de, Ayrshire cattle , Ayscough , John, Azo (fl. 1086) , Azur

    Index A-J

    Gascoyne , John, Gate , Sim. at, see Agate Gates , fam., Gatesden , Sir John de, Gatford , Eliz., Gatley , corn millers, Gatton (Surr.) , Gatwick airport , Gaunt-Woefl , Miss A., geese , see poultry General Land

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    b Si y 0 e J In Is 3 7 I I I tI m i I II i I Gatley 11. St Johns, Runcorn, Esther. Williams 11, Granton Road, Liverpool, Elizabeth Kirkham lt, St Johns Rancorn, Annie Sberratt 11, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    King's-arms yd,Coleman st. H. Downer, Strand, ironmonger. [Baxtendale, King's-arms yard. T. Mo re, sunderland, grocer. [ILindmarsh, Crescent, Jewin street. J. Gatley, Heaton Norris, wood-turner. (Loyve, Soutbaampten bnildings, Chancery lane. J. Brown, Birmingilarnlinen-draper, Inline, and Co.,New Inn. J. K. Bradfield, ,It. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    emnulging the liver, the gall-bladder and its ducts, with the whale of'the chylopoletic viscera. Prepared and Sold by J R. GATLEY, Surgeon, 154, Strand, in Boxes 1s. and 2s. 6d. -each. M ANY Ladies and Gentlemen, whose Hair is in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    H. Wise-T. Jones and J. Swinton, Warrington, Lancashire, grocers-J. Smith and T. F. Pinkney, Chiswell street, Finsbury, attorneys-F. and A. Gatley and W. Needham, Bollington, Cheshire, stone masons; as far as regards W. Needbam-R. Kirby and J. Bell, King street, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    millers-I. H. and C. Brooks, Henley-on-Tharnes, surgeons-A. G. Flint and W. Millman, Lower Thames street, coal factors-T. Routledge and J. Gatley, Holland street, Blackfriars, saw mill proprietors-C. G. Proctorand T. Ryland, jun. Birmingham,mana- facturers-J. Prior, jun and T. Hovey, Nottingham, Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    THORPE, Sir Edmund (d.1418), of Ashwellthorpe, Norf.

    Fundenhall, Bunwell, Little Massingham and North Creake. Through marriage, our Sir Edmund’s father had acquired other properties at Colkirk and Gatley, while over the border in Suffolk he was in possession of manorial estates at Horham and Stradbroke. By 1380


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