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You searched for: Place: Greenway, Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Tockenham

    Clay and Red Down Iron Sand, which extend southward to Greenway and Tockenham Farms. There are outliers of Coral Rag northwest of Queen Court Farm , and immediately north of Greenway Farm, while east of Shaw Farm ( Lyneham ),

    Parishes West Hendred

    of Greenway . 9 It was pulled down before 1824. 10 A small stream rises near the hamlet and flows down to meet the Hendred Brook just outside the village. A water-mill on this stream was attached to the Greenway

    Horsham Education

    boys' school 1952; 2 amalgamated with Chesworth girls' school 1955 (see below). Primary schools opened after 1944. 3 Greenway county primary school, Greenway : opened 1950 4 for junior boys and girls from Victory Road school; 401 on roll in

    Cassington Manors and other estates

    Richard Greenway , who divided it among his four s ons, John, Robert, Richard, and Thomas. 1 One quarter of the manor descended in the Greenway family to Francis Greenway (d. 1717), who was succeeded by his cousin John Greenway

    Durleigh

    Bower and south to the brook. Goose Pit hill also formed part of a north-south route from Chilton common through Greenway in Wembdon to Rhode in North Petherton parish. 85 The names of three medieval settlements in the principal part

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    company with Brenda, the pet of the drawing-room, a greyhound who won the Puppy stakes of her year at the Greenway, in Gloucestershire. A New Forest fawn, now ap- proximating to a doe, and, locally, almost the last of her Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    `f VIfftotre miuLtreh unde Se, Soicitors CT 7 atlb eal et, LOT. I.-SM tfL IIISATa-A we~ll-ituated PROPERTY, in 4' etc Greenway, Sret Smal Ponttb, comprilcin rour Front ent Peatur mod Erl HOUS M, -Nee.X 457,'39, and 41, cratici "CAMIMIDU~tE PLAV~l," Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    charneter. __ S Simallfanoily. No children. Musthe good phlaincook. Wash. as in put out. Msaim eist, ansd gsood wages liven.-Apply, Greenway .e. Arose Held, Coventry Roead, Small Hleath. 05429 of(INERAL Sorvsnt (good) Wanted, wages £12-Apply, 181, U *Heathsiold Reoad, Tiansdworth. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    15e, id.-Beeny. 226, Broad Stet c2386 a -IALISADING.-Por Sale, orsnamrnatal east-iron Pallsading, withj Aiross soplog - also two iron Furnaces.-Apply, Greenway, Arms, se -Coventry Road, tie tteil lRned, ismall Health, oO64S tIf "ERAMBUOLATOR 161in(es). good order, hood, aprons, comnplete, b Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Boys, as Helf- Stettimers.-Apply, Superintendent, Induetrial School,, Ailcooc -SreDeviterse. -48 HOELPRTER IWead or fiharel; eight years' experiucc; age( 23, -W. Greenway, 50, York Street, Bryanston. S"ar,C Uondon, WV. 9 JEWELLERS.-Situation Wanted, to Manager, 'Monsofcturing- - )Deportment. Pmectioal workman, holding similar Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    7 January 1689, 7 January 1690

    Book Edward Gibbs, Rob. Bransflower John Porter, Geo. Winchurch. As to those that live with Parents, they said, That Hump. Greenway lives in the same House with his Fa¬ ther : But his Father said, His Son kept House. That Subscribers-only content

    2 February 1698, 2 February 1699

    - Fogg, Chriftopher Fowles, Tho. Gifford, William Gifcnvill, John - Gr^ydon, John - Good, Edward - - - Gardner, Thorn. Greenway, James Dates of their lft Cummiffions. 5 May - - 30 Auguft - 8 Oaober - 13 April 7 Subscribers-only content

    21 January 1703, 21 January 1704

    regni Domini Willielmi tertii, nunc Regis Anglias, &c. decimo tertio, Rot. 460. Bucks, ss. MATTHiEUS Ashby ponit loco suo Robertum Greenway, juniorem, Attornatum suum, ver¬ sus Willielmum White, Ricardum Talboys, Willielmutn Bell, et Ricardum Heydon, de placito transgressionis super casum. Subscribers-only content

    5 June 1792, 5 June 1792

    a gravelly Lake, thence to a Mound in Hambledon Way, to Jeys Gate, thence to a Turning out of a Greenway to Col' Norton's Land on the South, thence down the Lake, thence to an Oak in the Lake, thence Subscribers-only content

    Index, 18 December 1834

    Borough of Warwick, to attend at the next Assizes for the County of Warwick, in the cause of Mintorn against Greenway, and to produce the Minutes of Evidence taken before the said Select Committee, 146. for returning Papers sent from Subscribers-only content

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