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  • * Victoria County History *

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    St. Michaelchurch

    and Taunton canal was cut across it in the 1820s . 44 Field names like Woodcroft , the Wood, and Hamwood indicate that the parish was formerly wooded although no woodland was recorded in 1086 . 45 By 1839 some

    St. Michaelchurch Manor and other estates

    small estate called Ellerhaye belonged to Newton Plecy chantry from the later 13th century. 63 A cottage and land called Hamwood were added later and in 1549 the holding was granted with other chantry lands to John Hulson and William

    Nuthurst Manor and other estates

    later was held of Shortsfield manor, which represented the Wealden portion of the former Fécamp lands. 53 The wood called Hamwood claimed by Fécamp abbey in 1086 possibly lay in Nuthurst , 54 and the abbey certainly had land in

    Nuthurst Singlecross Hundred (continued) Horsham and surrondings c. 1875

    other woodland in the parish. In 1086 it had disputed with William de Braose the ownership of a wood called Hamwood which may have lain in Nuthurst . The wood was then ordered to be divided between the two parties.

    Parishes Market Lavington

    . 382 It then included lands called Home close, Walnut close, Goosemead, Lord's wood alias Lady wood, Bottom meadow, and Hamwood . In 1764 the same farm comprised over 300 a. and was leased to Richard Legge . 383 The

  • * British History Online *

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    Entry Book, November 1685, 11-15, 12 November 1685-15 November 1685

    Edw. Merrick, Will. Oastler, senr., James Price, Tho. Body. co. Somerset: Wells . Prisoners remaining in custody: Edw. Hamond alias Hamwood, Geo. Biss, John Willey, Sam Davison, Rich. Adams, Will. Aplin, James Norman, Robt. Acastle, Rob. Daw, Will. Russell. Prisoners

    Index, B, 01 January 1685-31 December 1688

    Thomas. Baily , John, 803. Baker , J. (a commissioner of customs), letters signed by, 776I. Baker , John (of Hamwood), 442. Baker , Nicholas, 145. Ball , Stephen, surveyor general of South Carolina, letter to, 56. Ballard , Thomas

    America and West Indies, October 1685, 01 October 1685-31 October 1685

    of shipment of two rebel prisoners, John Edwards and Edward Lloyd, to York river, Virginia. Signed , John Baker of Hamwood in Somerset. Scrap. Endorsed. Col. Papers, Vol. LVI., No . 97. ] Oct. 31. 443 . Journal of Assembly

    Index, H, I

    see Ham. Hammersmith (co. Middlesex), 1484. Hammond (Hammon, Hamond), Charles, Army pension, 701. -, Dudley, waiter, Liverpool, 612. -, alias Hamwood, Edward, rebel in the West, 423, 425. -, Edward, watchman, London, 535. -, Francis, Army pension, 702, 1282, 1469,

    British History Online

    Parsons D r . Hall George Vaughan William Okeden Edward Cathampton Henry Gatchell Isaac Willman of Bishopps-hall John Baker of Hamwood Thomas Bonner Anthony Poole John Gold Nathaniel Pitt George Crane Francis Hobart senior Richard Snow Robert Balch John Gilbert

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ,LaeH.J 1., 0. Marle .5111 Parade, Clblelteae e6661 'DOOTS tHead or Single), tboroughly fxporeneed, tour years' L) goondcharaeter; toslabstainer.-. Foinney, Hamwood, near Shrewsbary. c6lSi BOOT-SHO. -Laldy Wants uimediate Ensag.emnt; give time: good ar2pernce.-Annla,. 2%z, Conureve Street, Town iDOOf TrP DE.-W~anted. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mathieson; Gillett Brothers and Co., Glyn, Mills, Currie, and Co.,; Golings and Sharpe, Grant Brothers and Co., Grindlay and Co., Hamwood, Knight, and Allen;Coerries. Farquhar, and Co.; C. Hill acid Sons, Hoares, Charles Hopkinson and Sons, Henry S. King and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    from the Anthor for Tweaty-six Stamps. 2940 S II ROPS HIRE DO WN R A MI S. Specimens of the HAMWOOD FLOCK have been exhibited in the two great Exhibitions this year, where they have won prizes; and to those Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sixty Shropshiro WETHERS, EWES, and LAMBS, and Four RAMS, all bred from Ewes pur- chased from Mr. Hamilton's flock, at Hamwood. A Yorkshire BOAR, one year old, purchased from Mr. Wainman, of Carhead, and several yonng PIGS of same Breed. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ml3IHS, MAIAHIAGES, & DEATHS. ** All n1tices of BPOITS, tARt5LAamS, and DErAeS, mnrSt br authenticated by the narita and address of the sender. BI RtT E S. Brannagh-May 19, at 74, Northumberland Street, Beltast, the wife of Mr. Archiicald Subscribers-only content

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