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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Warminster Mills

    works the mill was partly demolished, but part of the 19th-century brick building remained in 1962 . The mill at Henford 's Marsh lay in a detached part of Norton Bavant , and is dealt with in the account of

    Warminster Town government and public services Urban District of Warminster

    Smaller schemes were to take sewage from Boreham to the same area and from the Common to another site at Henford 's Marsh . After much discussion the lease of a piece of land was secured from Lord Bath ,

    Norton Bavant

    between the 15th and 18th centuries. 13 In the 1860's Mr. Thomas Foreman 's bathing and general pleasure grounds at Henford 's Marsh were a summer attraction for the townsfolk of Warminster , and a brass band attended on Wednesday

    List of maps and plans

    9 a. of arable land, a close and gardens of 2 a. adjoining the parsonage, and a small close near Henford 's Marsh in Warminster . 65 At the inclosure of the parish an allotment of 8½ a. was made

    Warminster Introduction Warminster 1962

    Norton Bavant , which adjoined Warminster on the south, were included within it; together they stretched from Botany Farm to Henford 's Marsh . These changes made the area of the parish 6, 564 a. 8 In 1934 the western

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CARY, Robert (d.c.1431), of Cockington, Devon.

    the earl’s esquire, he shared in a grant for life of 12 marks a year from lands in Yeovil and Henford (Somerset), and in the following year as well as other favours he was granted the farm of the manor

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - 1 6 Salop I 6General Chari- I Hereford - - - 1 Ji6 Somerset, inelu-}a 6 ties and Sum- Henford - - - I 0 ding Bristol - - maries of the 0 9 Huntingdon -- 0 9 Sourhampton Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    '- I KEMPTON PARK COURSING MEETING. YESTERDAY. ed The opening lay's coursingat lKempton proved in every way in a briflianit success. The weather was fine cnough for Mid. go sunmner, bright sunshine enlivening the proceedings, while the i'l going Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Daiey Bank, Lon84ou, porF botcher. First meeting, at AUr. C J. Welch's office, Longton, Decetaber 3, at 11.. Josiah Wood, Henford, 6n the pasish of Trenthasn, farmer and cattle dealer. lirst meetIng, at the ollices of Mesars. R Slaney and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dec. 2t, Ledbury; Friday, 28, aem Court, at 11. LuDLOW.-Wednesday, Dec. 28. Castle Green, Ludlow, at 11; licday, 28, Llttle Henford, at 10.30. 11ftYxN1LI, (TnER).-Wednesday, Dee. 20, Sudbury Hall; Thure. day, 27, Foremark; Saturdayi 29, the Thatched Lodge, Bagots Wood, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at f~errid.-Aprely, Caps Works, Grove Lane. cm66 soW~ANTED, a% good General Hoo pmuoker, at once--Apply, At, Tvv Adams, Canal Witarf, Henford. elf519 aellANTEBD, at ones, a Jitnior Aootiotant; in the arocery enid Pceo_ 2W vision Trails-Apply to Thee. H, Wayto, Subscribers-only content

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