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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Greenstead Introduction

    building, dating from the 18th century with a large addition of about 1860. Ivy Cottage adjoins it (see below, Schools). Hardings Farm is opposite Ivy Cottage . Also at Greenstead Green , on the south side of the road leading

    Greenstead Manor

    among Alexander Cleeve 's children. John Cleeve , Rector of High Laver , inherited New House Farm, Jane Velley received Hardings , Anne Cleeve had Repentance Farm , and Mary Hatt had Lodge Farm . 62 In 1752 Greenstead Hall

    Madingley Manors and other estates Madingley Hall

    RG 11/ 1663 ; cf. Alum. Cantab. 1752-1900 , iii. 497. Char. Com. files, corr. Dec. 1918 . For the Hardings , Burke, Land. Gent . ( 1937 ), 1048; Kelly 's Dir. Cambs . ( 1908- 37 ). C.R.O.,

    Parishes Harlington

    of the manor of Harlington in the 15th and 16th centuries. 40 A property consisting of a capital messuage called HARDINGS PLACE , with appurtenances in Woodend in Harlington , was acquired by William Harding on a twenty-one years' lease

    Aldham Introduction Aldham c. 1840

    and after the Second World War. In 1966, after pressure from the parish council, another 30 houses were built in Hardings Close, north-east of the church. At the same date private housing estates were built at Hines Close and south-east

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    K. Henry 8.

    minde fromall goodnesse. By whychwordes it appeared, saydthey, that hee was a Kno- wen man. Item, that Ro-bert Bartlet speakingto Hardings wife, sayd, hehad thought to haue cal-led William Tilseworthfalse heretique: but nowhee was better aduised.Item, that they vsed thelectures

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the d 29th March. Perry is a young woman about twenty years P of age, a fellow lodger of the Hardings, and Taylor is the t keeper of the lodgings. The prisoners were arrested on 0 Taesday last, under circumstances Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I; SPORIGILL(EC. I' : A- nc Eoeclit form has b1een satd'l,.vindicated'. by~the vi~boSy5f Secot - Free in the Two - Theusanud Guidnen. .CWhen 6 hoimen suchk in edi example of, the field, opposing, him-in tjhe' Craveli Stakes ab the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ads's fl.Smitl Reath, o1429 .PeO4 y S. for Addressi james Phillips, Into Mauaqer Lances.Dape, . el B213ill Street, Bnirmingham. - Hardings, Hunter's Lae 1-4 suing, will) 9348 .BDUIJAT16ONA~ hain oiant A TCEDPP (two) Required: Ladies' School: accom- 1A :ihet;16 guineas. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    than he does Just now, and all connected with him are confident that be will run a really good horse. Hardings team, which consisted of Savoy- ard (who was ridden by a stable lad), Kilworth (Captain Owen), and The Sikh Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    which contained boiling water. Mrs. Nicholls applied some oils to the mouth of the child, and itok it to mir. Hardings, who did what he could for its help. The blisters, however, In the poor little creature's 'throat increased, and Subscribers-only content

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