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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Walsall Introduction Walsall Area, c . 1775 Plan of Walsall , 1679

    calls Clock Mill and Ford Brooks Walsall Water . The lower part of Ford Brook was also called Hammerwich or Hambridge Forge Brook: Pearce, Walsall , 223; H. Jacob , Plan of Boundary Line between Township of Boro. and Township

    Parishes Ickleford

    is at Hitchin . Field-names of the 16th century which occur in this parish are Callouse Peece, Whesell Dytch and Hambridge Peece. MANORS There is no mention of Ickleford in the Domesday Survey. It is evident that it was then

    Parishes Muchelney Site plan of Muchelney Abbey

    of meadow and pasture. 48 The tenant of Abbey farm in the 16th century had fishing rights from Load to Hambridge on the river Isle, and thence to the 'longe draughts'. 49 By 1553 a fishery called 'Barrymore fishing' was

    Parishes Arreton

    Burley 'of Northwood ' conveyed his moiety in 1596 to Richard Harvey and Edward Harbert of Arreton , and John Hambridge may have disposed of his share to the Budden family, as a Thomas Budden was presented at the East

    Parishes Chieveley

    son Richard, the farm of Ilsley to his second son Giles and the parsonage of Chieveley and certain lands near Hambridge to his third son John. 32 His son Richard had livery of the site of the manor and the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to go out, the carter th oughlt fit to join in the strike without any notice whatever. For this Mr. Hambridge summoned and ob- tained costs against him, and " the neighbourhood " added this to the previous cause of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GILBEirrSON, Lawis, Rector of Braunston. " GREY, Ftmfcnbs R., Rector of lIorpeth. " Gsiumcnesc C. L., Vicar of St. Jamnes's, Hambridge. " ERLct, Trrs, jun., Bislecy. "REINs, EDWARD, D.D., Canon of Christ Church, Oxford. "LIDDELL, ROBERT, Incumbent of St. Paul's, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    peace. lit 1880 proceedings for a judicial separation were commenced, hut a settlemant cwas arranged. Subsequently, however, a girl named Hambridge had a child ly respondent, hence the institution of this suit. - 'A somewhat remarkable case is reported from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fine. The fielding of the losers was good. Gaocnts v. TAvxELLEns.-Played on Wednesday, at the County Ground. Grocers: Baser 8, Hambridge 5, Cane 4, Scragg 22,J. G. Morrell 0, C. Morrell 19, Bolton 1, Davis 10, Denning C, Taylor 0, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Private A. E. Boole DRISCOLL'S SCOUTS. DANGEROISLT: WovDnsD. 'V. Flowers SEVERELY WOUNDrD. Lieutenant W. Weiner Sergeant A. E. Jtudd Q'rmr-sergt. Hambridge Private R H. 0. 1). Hoskyn SLIGcTLY WocmEros. Privatelf. Drisht Private. Malcolm Private E. G. !Hatton RAFFRARIANS RIFLES. DANsouseeLy Subscribers-only content

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