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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Wakes Colne Economic history

    Hall demesne alone. 9 Most of the meadow probably lay along the Colne , the tenants' meadow in Edland or Headland meadow, part of which was still divided into strips belonging to different owners in 1885 . 10 In the

    Parishes East and West Lockinge

    Collins family. Near it is a good ancient barn. 'Jegger's Hill , abutting upon Hickleton Meere,' and ' Barham 's Headland , between Ardington Field and Locking Field,' are 17th century place-names in Betterton. 7 A small brook rising here

    The City of Leicester Schedule of schools

    date R.C., all age. Hattern Avenue, Woodstock 1951 Primary date I. J. Hazel St. 1882 Bd. Sch. date I. J. Headland Rd., Linden 1952 Primary date I. J. Hill St. 1831 British 1893 British Hinckley Rd. 1913 Primary date I.

    Parishes Shinfield

    peal of six bells: the treble, inscribed ' David Headland c.w. 1730 i.w.f.'; the second, 'Honour the Kinge 1664'; the third, 'Hope in God 1664'; the fourth (in upper hand), 'Dainell Headland Thomas Hollyer Churchwardens' (below, in lower hand) '

    Parishes Halse

    and Ridgeditch of the 1840s recalled Pulverlong and Bovecombe of c . 1240 and Rygwoysdich of 1382. 17 The name Headland , on the boundary with Ash Priors near the quarries, may suggest another open-field site. 18 Meadow and pasture

  • * British History Online *

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    for grain. Groundsill. The timber foundation for a building, usually a wooden building; the lowest horizontal beam in the plate. Headland. A boundary. Implements. Equipment, as household equipment. Jakes. A privy. Jetty (jetie). An overhanging upper storey. Kennel. The gutter

    Apprentices presented at Carpenters' Hall, 1683-1686

    Johnson " Joseph Hutchinson assigned to Robert Adcock Henry Watts " William Dixon 8 April 1684 George Newland " John Headland William Raynsford " John Turner Thomas Woodward " Francis Morris Richard Hills " Richard Fudge John Williams " John

    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694, City of London, Queenhithe Ward, First precinct

    14.00 0.30 25.00 Watson , William 2.80 14.00 2.40 200.00 Comment: Assessor. Plumer , - (Widow) 2.40 12.00 0.00 0.00 Headland , John 2.00 10.00 0.60 50.00 Fletcher , John 4.40 22.00 0.60 50.00 Browne , Edward 4.00 20.00 0.60

    East Indies, July 1625, 01 July 1625-29 July 1625

    sale of indigo, gumlac, benjamin, and calicoes, to clear the warehouses against the coming home of ships. Demand of George Headland, Master of the Jonas, for his wages for the voyage performed two years since, which Mr. Lanman had refused

    Index, J, K, 01 January 1625-29 December 1629

    791, 799, p. 630, 818, 829 830, p. 681, 866. -, captain of, see Clevenger, Chas. -, masters of, see Headland, Geo. Swanley, Rich. -, mates of, see Garlick, Rich. Read, Lawr. -, pursers of, see Smith, Robt. Turner, Thos.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    [Stevens & Co. Little St Thomas Apostle. W. Andrews, Louth, grocer. [Adlingto eand Co. Bedford row. J. Vaux, Islington, baker. [Headland and Cork, Kino's road. J. H. Robinson, Liverpool ,-tailor. [(Chester, Staple inn. T.GeorgeNewportMoDnmoouti,coal-rrn.rchant. [PlattNewBoswellct. FRIDAY, MAY 18. INSOLVENTS. T. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Brown and J. Bond, Liverpool, pawnbrokers-Dewhurst, Walker, and Dewhurst, Chorley, Laucashire, calico printers; as far as regards J. Walker-Wilson and Headland, Leeds, woollen draperu-W. Snaith and Son, Sunderland, woollen drapers - S. Speamnan sod J. Stephlenson, Preston and Flertvood-upon- Wyre, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the sanguliusry nature of the struggle, in the title which it gained for the Land's End, of las, or the Headland of Blood. Atid, again, the customs of the country still kept alive some faint 7menmorials of those heathen times, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ethelwolf, like a Prince, "be it whatsoever it may." Then said Morwenna, " Sir! there is a stern and stately Headland in far Cornwall, rugged and tall, and it looks along the Severn Sea ; they call it on that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    church in the diocese. Lord and Lady Londonderry and Mr. Adolphus Vane Tempest visited Hartlepool on Wednesday, and opened the Headland Promenade, the Henry Smith Sichool, and the liartlepools Hospital, on which coilec- tively about £35.000. has been spent. The Subscribers-only content


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