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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Edgeworth Introduction

    23 was rebuilt as a house and further outbuildings added in the later 19th century. A small house near by, Greystones , was built at the same period, and further north are a pair of 19th-century stone cottages which were

    Parishes Teffont Evias

    house was used as a guest house in the 1920s and 1930s and as a hotel from 1972 . 41 Greystones , a farmhouse of three bays and three storeys, was built south of the Rec tory between 1811 and

    Dedham Domestic buildings Dedham street plan, 1923

    ) and Dairyfield cottages, East Lane ( 1956-7 ), and houses near Lamb Corner ( Hillsborough , 1953- 4 , Greystones , 1955, and The Mount , 1963). 64 He began seven houses for individual clients at Frog Meadow (

    Parishes Cudworth The Church of St. Michael , Cudworth

    long house of 17th-century origin with a barn at the rear dated 1870. A house in Lidmarsh, formerly known as Greystones and Combe Thatch, is a small 17th-century building enlarged and altered in the earlier 18th century, probably in 1720

    Thakeham Thakeham, Warminghurst , And Shipley c. 1875

    89 besides Hills and Hampers Farm (later Green Dene ), a 17thcentury house recorded in 1718 , 90 Wilkins (later Greystones ), recorded c . 1718, 91 and Parkfields (later Irelands), existing by 1812 but since demolished. 92 Squatter settlement

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.I.1244

    male; Clerk Employment: Curate of the chapel of Ecclesall Location: Sheffield (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Ecclesall (Eccleshall) : chapelry Participant: JohnShaw [Shaw] Role: prosecution proctor Details: male Participant: ThomasBright [Bright] Role: defendant Details: male Location: Sheffield (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Greystones(Greystones) : undefined

    CP.H.261

    Place(s): Cockerton (Cockerton) : township Participant: Henry Allanson [Allanson] Role: witness Details: male; 52 Location: Haughton Le Skerne (Durham) Place(s): Greystones (Grayston) : manor Participant: Thomas Mason [Mason] Role: witness Details: male; 44 Location: Darlington (Durham) Place(s): Cockerton (Cockerton) :

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MORLAND, George (1643-1712), of Elvet, Durham and Greystones, co. Dur.

    of Elvet, Durham and Greystones, co. Dur. Constituency Dates Durham City 1689 Durham City 1690 Ofifces Held J.p. co. Dur. 1672-Apr. 1688, Nov. 1688-d., Stockton-on-Tees 1680; commr. for assessment, co. Dur. 1673-80, 1689-90, recusants 1675; freeman, Hartlepool 1680; alderman, Durham

    MORLAND, George (1643-1712), of Elvet, Durham and Greystones, co. Dur.

    of Elvet, Durham and Greystones, co. Dur. Constituency Dates Durham City 1689 1695 Ofifces Held Commr. for recusants, co. Dur. 1675; freeman, Hartlepool 1680; alderman, Durham by 1684–7, 1688–d., mayor 1690–1. Biography The son of a Durham alderman, Morland was

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    further re- of prted that when lie left the steamor foar other boats were proceeding north, apparently in tow to Greystones, c in the captain being still by the steamer. Immediately on t s- receipt of thle news the owners Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    additional Sub-Commissioners have been appointed under the Irish Land Act :-Legal. Mr. William 1 Roper, barrister-at-law; lay, Messrs. H. Smith, Greystones. county Wicklow; A. I'. Nolan, Swinford. county Mayo;, ; and R. D. Ilenston, Ballykilhreen, county Tipperary. A NEW NATIONAL Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the sea la~hed rooks of she gloomy Bray Wead, and finally, about one o'clock, ttruck the eaud a littld beyond Greystones.' In ten minutes, almost beforoeanyipersYri could collect, she wept to pieces, and~1 seemed to melt like a ship Ot Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Sheffield. Some time during Thursday night the Spar Grinding Wheel, in Endeliffe Wood, which belongs to Mr. Robert Younge, Greystones, was broken into, and the main driv- lng band, which is 47 feet long, and worth about Cit., was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    easonable ways than they lad done ten rll fteen years ago. A young lady, bathinrrg with hier Freieh governess at Greystones, near Dublin, ore Tuesday, was being carried i out by the tide, when a lady named I'Gregor, attracted by Subscribers-only content

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