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You searched for: Place: Haxton, Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Fittleton

    8 d . Haxton , at the time part of the liberty of Everleigh , was taxed at 90 s . 11 In 1377 Fittleton and Coombe together had 60 poll-tax payers, and Haxton 68. 12 Haxton was sometimes detached

    Elstub and Everleigh hundred

    Enford , East Chisenbury , Compton , Coombe , Fifield , Littlecott , and Longstreet ), Everleigh , Fittleton (including Haxton tithing), Ham , Little Hinton , Netheravon (with its detached tithing of West Chisenbury ), Patney , Rollestone ,

    Parishes Netheravon

    a suspension bridge. 26 At the north-eastern end of Netheravon High Street the road to Haxton in Fittleton is carried across the Avon by Haxton bridge, probably that known in the Middle Ages as 'little bridge'. 27 In 1773 a

    Parishes Aldworth

    in 1339 91 by exchange with Nicholas de la Beche for the advowson of the chapel of the manor of Haxton (co. Wilts .). 92 Goring Priory also held 'lands in Aldeworth called Bowers and Aldenores,' valued in 1535 at

    Parishes Everleigh

    the other main constituent of the liberty, although at times in the 14th century Compton , in Enford , and Haxton , in Fittleton , both like Everleigh and Collingbourne Ducis manors of the earls of Leicester , were said

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, F

    395. -, -, -, William son of, 395. -, - (of Wrington), 90. -, Sir William, 435. Fittleton , Wilts, Haxton, Hakelston, manor in, 937. Fitz , John, 723. -, Simon, the younger, of Baldock, 75. Fitzgerald , Gerald, earl Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ISA . triO TAILORS.- Wstd is-las oT'A] ad IL TROUSERS HAN-DI weekly wages,. Non-unionists - only. __I Apply' Woolley and Haxton, Upp'er-biton-street. _ W ATirED, a first-class GRAINEiffit- constant work to a euttable VI VV mat). Good, references requii-ed as Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a firet-laos COAT HAND and Trousers THand; weekly wages; nou-nnionists only. Also stout alice lad, about18, as Trimmer. Apply Woolseyand Haxton, Tower 3uildings, UpperAlbion-street. 'WANTEDI. a competent moo, capable of workinag one of White's Ap, opeWire Strap Sewing Maohines. Coustant Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MtAKERS wanted. .P. Til arid sad T tion, New Brisegats. O5 fAILORnS.-Good COATI HANDS wanted, immediately. Apply T 1.Woolley and Haxton, TUpper Albion-street. d 0 Tli OR.-Waned itret~-clese COAT and VEST MAKLERS;, Ttwle out. Address P41,4Iercory-office, Leeds. 14 &3ILOEB,--Wanted, steady Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    all others. Also idaterfamilinsr Ps, a tasteless anti eliiert sbtitrte for Castor Oil. Price 2ei~d per tox. Depot: East 11usd Haxton, London, N. 482 GOUT. RHEUMATISM, dC.-All who suffer from gout, rheumoatism, sheomatic gout, lrabgo scatic, pan nthe r tad, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FAILING INTO BOILING TALL6W.-On Saturday a frightful occurrence took place at the extensive candle manufactory of Xr. Fontaine in East-street, Haxton. It appears that S'aturday was the principal melting day at Mr. Fontaine's factory, and James Davis i wasemnployed at Subscribers-only content

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