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    House of Gilbertine canons The priory of Mattersey

    and the vicars of Wheatley , East Markham , West Markham , Walesby , Elkesley , South Leverton , and Headon , with other jurors, declared that the monastery of Mattersey possessed before the fire a certain document, under the Victoria County History

    Parishes Milton

    the parish lies upon the Bagshot and Bracklesham Beds, the north-western half upon the Hamstead , Bembridge , Osborne and Headon Series. Like the neighbouring parishes, it contains several disused gravel-pits, clay-pits and brick fields. Two miles of cliffs, 100 Victoria County History

    Parishes Sopley

    upon the Bagshot and Bracklesham Beds, but the extreme north-east corner is upon the Hamstead , Bembridge , Osborne and Headon Series, while a belt of alluvium marks the course of the River Avon . There are several gravel-pits, for Victoria County History

    Parishes Hordle

    and plantations 1 and 3 land covered with water. It lies entirely upon the Hamstead , Bembridge , Osborne and Headon Series, with the exception of a small portion of coast in the extreme south-west, which lies upon the Bagshot Victoria County History

    Parishes Milford

    parish is increased by nearly 1,000 acres of mud. It lies entirely upon the Hamstead , Bembridge , Osborne and Headon Series. Several now disused gravel pits are scattered throughout the parish. The land rises gradually from the sea towards Victoria County History

    Burrough on the Hill BURROUGH ON THE HILL 1607

    an estate in Burrough was lost, 72 and that it somehow came into the possession of the Wastnes family of Headon (Notts.), before 1460, when Richard Wastnes held a manor in Burrough and granted it to feoffees for his own Victoria County History

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    Thos . (d. 1935), Wm., fam., n , Hazlewood , Francis, John, Kath., see Marmion; Thos., fam., Head , Matilda, Headon (Notts.) , Healey , Wm., Health , Ministry of, Heap, G. C. , fam., Heard , Mary, n , Victoria County History

    WASTENEYS (WASTNEYS), Sir Hardolph, 4th Bt. (1674-1742), of Headon, Notts. and Bilsby, Lincs.

    WASTENEYS (WASTNEYS), Sir Hardolph, 4th Bt. (1674-1742), of Headon, Notts. and Bilsby, Lincs. Constituency Dates East Retford 17 Jan. 1706 1708 Biography The Wasteneys family may have been resident at Headon from at least as early as Edward III’s reign. History of Parliament

    VIVIAN, Adam, of 'Trewythya', Cornw.

    royal pardon he had obtained five years earlier, and was eventually acquitted. The indictments referred to him as living at Headon (in Jacobstow), and as being a ‘gentleman’. His status as a member of the gentry was similarly mentioned in History of Parliament

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