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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Haxby

    north of York . It is bounded on the east partly by a small tributary of the River Foss called Golland Dike, and partly by that river itself, which flows southward past the parish from Easingwold to York and drains

    Parishes Headley

    Headley parish. Amongst place-names may be mentioned 'Hearon (now Hearn ), Bareland, 7 Wassellane, Wassheford (now Washford ), Lynsted , Golland 's Cross, Fulmore Oke, Bevelleshedge, and Oldsmith Corner' 8 (sixteenth century). MANORS In the time of the Confessor Earl

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and pressing his opponent very hard, but ofter an exciting race Wehater won by a yardm Fhlute I0nb. Isc. C. Golland, N3ottieghanta.(I5), and B. Keen,Londonll,(20@ere entered for the second heat. Goiland got tihe start, and kept very close to his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fifty yards, in 3min. CGiecs. 3rd heat G. Golland, Nottinf;iam (110), and J. Fordhouso, Wolverhampton (220). A t the start Fordbouise fell from his machine, and merely widh.lced over his distance, Golland winning by a lap and a quarior in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Time 9enia.04i1soo -Tho seventh heat was betwoen S. Best, of Willenhall (170) and C. Golland, Nottinghmns (l10i. Both ara good riders, and a stirring racawis anticipated. Golland wont off at a rattling pace, but after the secend lap, by which Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    loud applause, landed It between the goal posts. Play was reaumed, Widdoweon again renderling Valuable assistance, and receiving goodasepport from Golland and Rawson, but at half-time no other goal had been obtained. Here ends were changed, and Riddell, for the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    day. and wvas wet contested. I'atrick was first by two yards, and Ihillips camue in twenty yards in front of Golland Time 3m. ats.-Thoe G ibbard, Darlastoss (200), in the next heat, beat P. J. Lees, Shellield (80), by eight Subscribers-only content

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