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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Caldecote

    By 1911, when t he first houses at Highfields had been built, it had risen by more than 50 per cent since 1901 to 160. 26 The building of more bungalows at Highfields made the population rise steadily to 396

    West Bergholt Economic history

    Trees , and Spreading Oak farms. Smaller farms, some originating from ancient freehold or copyhold tenancies, included Horsepits, Rookery , Highfields , Scarlett 's, and Dairy farms. Manor farm was created on the inclosure of the heath in 1865 .

    Langham Economic history

    1861 the main farms were Langham Hall (439 a.), Langham mill (212 a.), Woodhouse (300 a.), Langham Valley (420 a.), Highfields (104 a.), and Park (225 a.) farms. 26 In 1801 the main crops were wheat (407 a.), barley (316

    Langham Introduction Langham c. 1840 Boxted airfield, Langham , in the second world war

    1961 Langham Valley football team (founded 1954) were based at the former Baptist chapel and had their pi tch at Highfields . 87 In 1932 Essex Rural Community Council helped build a village hall at the junction of Perry Lane

    Parishes Litlington

    farm and Highfields were farmed together from c . 1860 to the 1890s , their lessee occupying over 700 a. Manor farm still covered 460 a., while the smaller owner-occupied farms were gradually added to the Fosters' Highfields farm or

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fIl- lowed them on their way home, hooting and abusing them. They cause in contact again near a farm called Highfields, when old Goody drawed a knife, and declaring lie would do their business rushed at theot. Onus called ont Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the business. On Thursday, in last week, an Irish labourer engaged in shearing a wheat field for Mr Broughton, of Highfields, obtained a light for his pipe with a lucifer match, and threw the match down on the ground, which Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SUiCnt OF A " WITCc."-A painful and heart-sickening event, says the Oldham Chronicle, has just occurred at a place called Highfields, near Bilston. For a number of years, in an isolated cottage in Spring Vale, which is in proximity to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rod, Smell 1 11 Heath, manufactur4-; proposedlby J. H. kiiggs, se.conded 8 by J. A. Leugford. r.. DUDDESTON.-Wllliamu Henry Hart, Highfields, Sladle n ,fRoad, Erdington, rnrelsant; proposed by WT. L. Barber, M 1.seconded by IV. ilraiter-s 0 NxciesLU9.--WjIllam Jobn Davis, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dis ers, SE DGLE Y. citY BANTHRtSTCY EXAMiINATION.-At the Dudley County Court, yesterday, tise liublie examination of-litdivard Joessvs we of Highfields, timbes' merchant, wvas held before the Regis- -I tins- (Mir. Thomas Walker). Mr. E. Percy Jobson, the not otliesal Subscribers-only content


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