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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Little Cheverell

    1939 . 24 The mill and mill-house and Greenlands Farm are isolated from the rest of the parish and can only be approached on the lowland road through Great Cheverell . Greenlands Farm is a small early-18th-century brick house with

    Parishes Hambleden

    their franchise. 5 At the head of the deep bend in the river to the west of the lock stands Greenlands , the seat of Viscount Hambleden . The original house, which stood on the river bank to the south

    Parishes Remenham

    to the R ight Hon. William Henry Smith , who in 1891 was succeeded by his son Viscount Hambleden of Greenlands , Hambleden . 50 Sandys . Argent a ragged cross sable . STROWDES or VYNE'S PLACE STROWDES or VYNE'S

    Parishes Great Cheverell

    planted Greenlands wood east of the road to Worton (in Potterne ) and Cheverell wood on the northern parish boundary. 143 Oak timber on the Heytesbury estate at Great Cheverell was valued at £5,000 in 1833 . 144 Greenlands wood

    Townships Church

    Church to Adam de Wallbank , chaplain, and Henry his brother, viz., in Lungridding, Turncroft , Impes, Kemisdoles, Meadowcroft and Greenlands , in exchange for land which Henry de Wallbank had purchased from Adam son of Uctred de Church in

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, O, 01 January 1643-31 December 1647

    blamed for allowing, 109 king returns to, 112. Browne to blockade, 110 London troops against, 118. garrison raises siege of Greenlands, 118 king moving to, 141, 145 royal cavalry moves to, 151 king returns to, 153. parliament to meet again

    Index, G, 01 January 1643-31 December 1647

    71 n . Green Field , Campo Verde , English merchantman, of London, at Leghorn, 177. Greenfield , See Grenvile. Greenlands , Grindland House, co. Bucks, Oxford garrison raises siege of, 118. Greenwich , co. Kent : Dutch ambassadors meet

    General Index, G, 01 September 1638-31 March 1639

    declaration of proceedings of letter and warrant to Greenford , Middlesex Greenhill , William, D.D. Greenland Greenland Company , the Greenlands , co. Buckingham Greenwax , farmers of Greenwich document dated from Queen's garden at East, Kent, manor Greenwood , Subscribers-only content

    Warrants, Letters, etc., 1740, April-June, 01 April 1740-30 June 1740

    Dakeyn having paid 180 l. for same. Reference Book X. p. 156. Same to same from Thomas William Brereton, of Greenlands in West Dean parish, Sussex. Concerning the marriage of Mary Edes to Charles Pearson by the connivance of Charles

    Venice, July 1644, 01 July 1644-31 July 1644

    page 765, The child was a girl, the Princess Henrietta Maria. The battle of Marston Moor, on the 2-12 July. Greenlands near Henley. It was taken by Browne on the same day, the 12-22 July. Bromhall's claim was discussed at

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DOYLEY, Robert (c.1542-77), of Greenlands, Bucks.

    (c.1542-77), of Greenlands, Bucks. Constituency Dates Bossiney 1572 Ofifces Held J.p. Bucks. from c.1569, Oxon. from c.1573. Biography Doyley’s father was a friend of the 2nd Earl of Bedford, a supporter of the reforming movement in its early years and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. John. Old Hill. Daeth i dau ymlaen i gann y ddn ' Rhyddid,' ax y geiriau, E ' From Greenlands Icy Mountains;' goren, John Jone., Commercial, Road. Am y ddau benill goreu ar 'F uddioldeb y cyfarfodydd llenyddol,' daeth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    had three or four quarts of beer between seven of us. I , afterwards left the house with the two Greenlands between ten and eleven o'clock. After we had got some distance on the road we stopped. We had four Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the winning smiles and artless ways of Helen at first appears to be doubtful; but he has scarcely returned to Greenlands a week ere the doubt is removed, by his active frustration of the author's purpose in bringing Eustace and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    e. W. H. Ssrf.-M~r. AV. IL Smith has decided ] to spend the Easter recess at his riverside house, the Greenlands, Hlenley-on-Thames, leaving town to-day. f tqciz:s COLLErG, BFTrr.e-Asz-The Froemn's Journal yesterdaysays:-Dr. Hamilton, editor of the Wfiernss, hais been appointed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    he is very simple and very good. Punctually every morning a quantity of flowers, with fruits and vegetables also, leaves Greenlands, Mr. V. H. Smith's country home, near Henley, for his town house near Hyde Park Corner. If the daily Subscribers-only content

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