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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Yateley

    of the South Eastern Railway . An annual fair of cattle and sheep is held on Blackwater Green in November. Hartfordbridge flats, a vast extent of heath country, on which black game once existed, reaches from Yateley to Blackwater .

    Parishes Nether Wallop

    Brice alias Blewmantell of all the lands, rents and services lately belonging to Thomas Benbury in Andover , Wallop and Hartfordbridge , and in the king's hands by reason of his forfeiture. 109 Church The church of ST. ANDREW consists

  • * British History Online *

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    Declared Accounts, 1704-5, Post Office

    repaid by her Majesty [upon their succeeding accompts ] viz. Joseph Warkman of Ashburton 2 19 2 Edward Downes of Hartfordbridge 35 11 4 John Corpes of Petersfield 24 2 5 John Beauchamp of Staines 3 16 4 Grace Carr

    Declared Accounts, Post Office

    the several Postmasters: Martinus Sonter of Ashburton 0 14 11 James Prideaux of Camelford 0 13 10 Lucey Downes of Hartfordbridge 23 2 1 John Dunn of Malton 6 3 3 William Wimberley of Postwitham 8 14 6 John Simpson

    Declared Accounts, Post Office, 01 October 1706-31 December 1707

    3 5 4 Joseph Quash of Exeter 131 0 0 John Cookson of Crewkerne 6 1 4 Edward Downes of Hartfordbridge 35 9 3 John Beauchamp of Stanes 23 10 7 George Maine of Edinburgh 13 12 8 Richard Dixon

    Cecil Papers, October 1597, 16-31, 16 October 1597-31 October 1597

    Reseaved at Andover at 12. At Bassingstok half a nouer past 3 of clok the afternoon the 27. Rec. at Hartfordbridge half hour past . . . . Holograph. Seal . 1 p. ( 56. 50.) The Earl of Essex

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    encamps atfulmoash, SouthernAruiy cecampo atIlazoley- lheatlh and Bramshill-coessuon. *' Twelfth Day.-Northern Army is conxentrated on Ensthelnpetead PIlains. Southern Army onl Hartfordbridge Flats, covering Aldershot, "T'hirteenth Day.-A battle for the defence of Ailer- shot takes place, iu which the Southern Army Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Polish at thle hands of their seconds prior to assuming the offensive against each other. The eccondi division proceeds to Hartfordbridge Flats; the third goes to Woolamer. In and about these two loratione the divisious will respectively remain for about Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    efforts to prevent it by trenching. Should the weather continue line, to-morrow the second and third divisions will march to Hartfordbridge Flats and Woolmer respect- ively, where they will probably remain for a few days, prior to their entering upon Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Clump-at half-past ten. Sir John Cope's hounds will meet on Monday, at the Bull, Swallowfield; on Wednesday, at the Lion, Hartfordbridge; and on Friday, at Bellingbear-at half-past ten. The Pembrokeshire Fox-hounds will meet on Monday, at Lether, and on Thursday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Newnham, the Castle at Crondal, the Chequers at Crookham, the Bull and Butcher at Farn- ham, the Star at Hartfordbridge, the Swan at Hartley-row, and a Beer Shop, called the Gardeners' Arms, at Mattingley; also about twenty Acres of Subscribers-only content

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