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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Honiley

    to much controversy concerning payment of tithes 6 from William Richards Coppice , Dowrie Grove , and three fields called Greenfields or William Richards fields. John Hill , the farmer of Honiley manor and rectory, claimed the tithes as his,

    Landownership Other medieval estates and freeholdings

    of the deeds to this property, which included land in Kensington , Chelsea , and Fulham . 5 Both the Greenfields and Keyle also sold property to Sir Thomas More : 6 Keyle's property in Chelsea included Butts close of

    Wombridge Economic history

    engine was installed at Wombridge , and by the time of his death in 1733 he was mining in the Greenfields and New Sough areas of the Charltons' Wombridge estate, and probably at Hollinswood and Snedshill in Priorslee , the

    Steyning Steyning c. 1960

    north-western end of the town and Charlton hamlet, and another north-south road led from King's Barn in Upper Beeding to Greenfields and Nash Farm . 70 A road from Steyning to Horsham was mentioned in 1463 . 71 The medieval

    Steyning Economic history

    land there was perhaps never open-field arable. The three farmsteads lying on the gault clay, Nash , Staplefields , and Greenfields , all have names which suggest assarting. In the south-west part of the parish cultivation seems to have been

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Diany rhoddir iVuyfpihl y derbyniad mwyaf croesawos gan eglwysi eingwlad. Cyfoirior pob gobebiaeth ato io fal 'Rev. D. Hughes, 1, Greenfields," vna ca hwynt pa le byneg y byddn'. Deallwn ei fod yn hiwyddianus iawn fel gweeotinidog jn y Gorllewin, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    This stood in the first folio and a table of greenfields. It is not given at al in the quartos. Pope suggested that it was a mere stage direction-that Greenfields was the name of the prompter in that day-and that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on. Havinglearnt, 5 went to the Whitmore pollee station to secure the assistance of ne police, and retmuned to the Greenfields, when he saw five. nen, ne of whom wee the prisoner. He and the keeper went op to the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    chimneyysweep, I wee charged with allowing a boy under twenty-one yearn of age to enter a steam boifer fluo at Greenfields Colliory, for the purer -pose of sweeping It. It was proved that a boy in the em- I ploy Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eleven years of age,. named John Marshall, while at play in a , | Field edjoining Messrs. Adams' works, at Greenfields, fell isiltO a hole about ten yards deep, where lie remained for ,I 'some twenty-four hours. In the fall Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    14 December 1710, 14 December 1710

    the Bill have figned the Petition ; and alfo that the Judges, having perufed the Bill, do fign the fame* Greenfields Upon reading the Petition of James Greenßnelds, MaSrates of C1erk ; (hewing, " That, the laft Sefficn of Parliament, Subscribers-only content

    1 March 1710, 1 March 1711

    by the Lords Spiritual and Temporal in *' Parliament affembled, That the Petition and Appeal " of the faid James Greenfields is regularly and pro- " perly before this Houfe." Then, it being propofed, " That the Counfel be called Subscribers-only content

    22 February 1752, 22 February 1752

    22 Feb wuaru. jQ T m r* *t of England, be, with the Confent of the feveral Pro¬ prietors, to be fignifkd at any time between the 24th Day of June next and the 5th Day of January 1753, Subscribers-only content

    19 February 1833, 19 February 1833

    and Newtmvn, in the said County, then had and have a right to share with Montgomery, John Edwards, *' of Greenfields, in the parish of Machynlleth, and of Dole Vorgan, in the parish of Kerry, both in the said County Subscribers-only content

    29 April 1833, 29 April 1833

    county of Mont- persons employed on his behalf, after the teste of the Writ gomery, Esquire, and John Edwards, of Greenfields, in for the said last general Election in December, one thou- the parish of Machynlleth, and of Dol Vorgan, Subscribers-only content

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