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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Goathurst Charities for the poor

    were combined in a scheme of 1974 to form the Goathurst Relief in Need charity. The income, from land at Hedging in North Petherton and the interest on £1,468 in consolidated stock, is distributed when required. 21 Richard Escott and

    North Petherton Nonconformity

    an ice-cream factory by 1966 74 and was so used until burnt down in 1984 . The Union chapel at Hedging , built in 1863 , was in the care of the Taunton village evangelist by 1896 and was shared

    North Petherton Local government

    Freemanors hundred, 11 was recorded in 1396 along with Huntworth and West Newton tithings. Shearston , Tuckerton (sometimes Tuckerton and Hedging ), and Woolmersdon tithings were recorded from the early 15th century. 12 The part of North Petherton village that

    North Petherton Economic history

    barm dealer lived at Compass and there was a veterinary surgeon at Hedging . A master machine maker was recorded at North Newton and a foundry at Hedging . 5 By 1859 there were a chemist and a stationer in

    Lyng Lyng 1843

    central spine, roads or lanes lead north and south into the droves of the moors. At Outwood a lane to Hedging in North Petherton was cut by the Bridgwater and Taunton canal, and was replaced by a footpath beside the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    General Gordon, it seesuso to me that they have been adopting a course whichi onl this turf is knowns us ,,,"Hedging ;" cnd having staked their whole existence onl that gallamit gentleman, they have now hedged off onl a, tote Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CATTLE, SHEEP. PIGS, GOATS, IMPLEMENTS, CHEESE, BUTTER, Dressed Poultry, Eggs, &c;: with a Grand 2501TBICULTltRAI EXIIHIBITION, Horse-ehoeing and Plough- Ing, Hedging, Draining, and Thatching Competition, at COVENTRY, SEPTEMBER 3 AN'D 4, 18S. TOTAL Paezs OVER £1,0tl0. Special Classes for Jumping Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PIGS. GOA TS, IMPLEMEN-TS, CmPsL. I=r=TIIJI, Dressed Poultryr, Eggs, &e: writh a Grand 11prTJCULTURs.AL BkiOIBITION, Iloes ocing and Ploushb- ig, Hedging, Dreiing, and Thatching Competition, at COuENTIIY, SEPTEMBIER 3 %ND 4, ISSM, TTALo P)oIczE oVER £1m000 Special ClaLSes for Jumping Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    other allowiancep. Three~qnaltera of a Mile. Sir.Onnolew's Southport, 3y ....re .... Forhain 1 Mr. Hurdeness Revolt, 2 yra........... DAley 2 Hedging (Wheatisyl, and Diomed (Peseons), also ran. hatting: 6 to 5 oget Revolt, 2 to 1 aget Sonthport. Won by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    whoshall plough, in the Stonleleigh. HEDGING AND DITCHING. By the Right Hon. the Earl of Wreor£ n h Right Hon. Lord Leigh, £5.-(To the aonrer in Hls- bandry, who shall perform eight yards of Hedging and Ditching In the beat Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 5, 24 June 1642, 24 June 1642-24 June 1642

    4000 Cramp-spades, 10 Pick-axes, 500 Wheel-barrows, 1000 Hand-barrows, 50 Scoops, 50 Ousing Vessels, 20 Hand-hatchets, 100 Felling-axes, 100 Two-hand-axes, 100 Hedging Bills, 100 Crows of Iron, 50 Oaken Planks, 30 Tun. Oaken Timber for Joists, 30 Tun. Rowling Bridges to

    Index, P

    abbot (and convent) of, 647 (xxxi), 809. -, - See also Kirton, R. Petherton , North, Northpederton, Som., Newehuchyn [(?) Hedging ] in, 91. Petherton , South, Southpederton, Som., Compton Durville etc. in, 504. Petle , John, of Down, 261. Subscribers-only content

    Index, A - E

    82, 114 Biggen , Piece of cloth called a, 130 Bill (an axe), 22 " " "A browne, 198 " Hedging, 30 Bills , Bearing, 139, 160 " , Forest, 18, 45, 135 " , Hand, 231, 253 Billet ,

    Henry VIII, May 1524, 26-31, 01 May 1524-31 May 1524

    . Given to Mr. Antony, 4 l . 13 s . A black gelding, 53 s . 4 d . Hedging the high wood, 6 s . Expenses on the highway, 2 s . 4 d . Costs from Kexby

    Appendix: poor laws, Index to the principal matters detailed in the evidence, 07 December 1830-22 April 1831

    have Garden Plots, Wetherell, 52. Hedge Greens, good Effect of allowing Labourers to cultivate, Faithful, 349. Hedging and Ditching, Price paid for, Pollen, 67. Hedging, Price paid for, now and formerly, Holloway, 45. Henshaw, Number of Persons relieved in, Slaney,

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