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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Woodmancott

    woods and plantations at 295 acres. The chief crops are wheat, oats and turnips. Copses called Westhurst, Esthurst, Downe , Highwood , Walters, Well, Thornbury and Bramleys are mentioned on a 16th-century Patent Roll. 2 Manor Ten hides at WOODMANCOTT

    Haresfield Introduction

    fortifications were formerly known as Evesbury. 9 In 1931 the western area was acquired by the National Trust. 10 The Highwood mentioned in 1460 was presumably on the hill, 11 and there was a beech wood there in the 16th

    Cranborne Chase

    meeting between the earl and the Abbot of Glastonbury at Sherborne (Dors.), when the former surrendered all claims to 'Boulsbury Highwood ' 30 in the hundred of South Damerham , then belonging to Glastonbury , and conceded to the abbot

    Parishes Ellisfield

    of the manor farm and in the south-east, Great Reid 's Copse, Warwick 's Row Copse, Berry Down Copse, and Highwood . These cover the best part of the 562 acres of woodland in the parish. Crops of wheat, oats,

    Parishes Houghton

    William Symons in 1592 . 53 Thirty y ears later it passed by purchase from William to Richard Oviatt of Highwood (co. Hants ), 54 who died seised of the same in 1634 . 55 By his will dated 26

  • * British History Online *

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    Entry Book, July 1687, 1-10, 01 July 1687-08 July 1687

    of said premises as made out June 23 last by Thomas Eden, Deputy King's Remembrancer, viz. the capital messuage called Highwood Farm in Ellingham, co. Southampton, 50 acres of arable and pasture, 30 acres of wood and six of meadow,

    Warrant Books, March 1709, 26-31, 26 March 1709-31 March 1709

    Pipe for a lease to Jane Johnson, widow, of the disparked park called Liskeard Park and woods and woodlands called Highwood, Lady Park Wood, Doubleboys Wood, Coningwood, Cleaverwood and Knilly Wood; for 99 years terminable on the lives of Thomas

    Minute Book, January 1662, 01 January 1662-31 January 1662

    ] Three petitions from Mary Jane for an estate in certain coppice woods in the manor of Liskeard, called Cleaverwood, Highwood, Lady Parke Wood, Coningswood, Doubleboyes and Kellywood, parcel of the Duchy of Cornwall: and for an estate in two


    records is written Heandune and Handone , from Higbendune , "which," says he, "signifieth Highwood, of the plentie of wood "there growing on the hills 1 ." This etymology is not perfectly correct; upon consulting the Saxon dictionaries, Heandune will

    Minute Book, November 1660, 01 November 1660-30 November 1660

    [ Ibid . ] Same from Tho. Piper, gent, for a lease of the woods and underwoods, & c., called Highwood, Lady Parke, Doublebois (" Doblebayes ") Wood and Cuning Wood, parcel of the manor of Liskeard, co. Cornwall. Referred:

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    square. Regent's Park. Lieut.-Col. H. D. Campbell, White- John Hamilton, Esq., Oxford ter. hall crae, Hyde Park. Thonmas Carviek, Esq. Highwood Richard Langslow, Esq., Hatton, hill, h iddlesex. Middlesex. James Maekillop, Esq. King's Arias yard. Bankers-Messrs Couots and Co. Actuary Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    16 Craven stremt, Strand Peacock, R. W. S Stanhope street Pearce, John, sen. Ruislip Pearce, John, jun. Ruislip Pearce, Richad. Highwood hill, Hendon Pearce, Samuel, Ruislip Pearson, Michael, 7 Red Cross street Percival, Handler, Esq. Bridge foot, South Hims Parring, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    house, but who was now a policeman in London. C. Eds, a labourer, said that he worked with Lawrence at Highwood hill. Last Friday he heard him continually saying, "Nancy is in the Strand buying a bun," and asked him Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in 1851. He married in 1831 the eldest daughter of Thomas Carwick, Esq., of Wyke, Yorkshire, and of Moat Mount, Highwood hill, Middlesex. Lady Mayne survives her husband, who has also left a family of four sons and two daughters. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EXPLOITS m LONDON. At the Marylebone Street Police Court, yesterday, a young woman named Maria Cooke (2), a servant, of Highwood, Eastham, Worcestershire, was charged with stealing two gold rings, a gold bracelet, two bangles, a gold watch, a lady's Subscribers-only content

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