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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Castlemorton

    Hillend Court is situated about a mile east of the village, near the Longdon boundary. It was in the 18th century the home of the Bartlett family, who had, however, lived at Castlemorton for many years before they purchased

    Parishes Chaceley

    , is low and liable to floods; but the land rises gradually from the river and at Roundhill , near Hillend , reaches a height of 150 ft. above the ordnance datum. The village is low-lying near the bank of

    Parishes Sandridge

    of Hillend . 60 The tenement afterwards appears to have passed to the Marston family, for John Marston of Hillend died about 1551, 61 and in 1636 -7 John Marston conveyed Hillend Farm to Sir Elias Hicks . 62 Hillend

    Parishes Cumnor

    The parish comprises, besides the township of Cumnor , the tithings of Botley , Bradley , Chawley , Henwood , Hillend , Stroud , Swinford and Whitley . Its western boundary is the River Isis, and only the small parishes

    Parishes Sherborne St. John

    which borders on the west of Morgaston Wood. Ibid. 386. Ibid. 388. Ibid. 389-90. Ibid. 392. There is still a Hillend Farm in the north-west of the parish, a short distance west of Beaurepaire Park. Ibid. 395. V.C.H. Hants ,

  • * British History Online * *

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    Addenda, Edward VI - Volume 3, November 1551, 01 November 1551-30 November 1551

    Marston of Maynes, parish of St. Michael's near St. Alban's, co. Herts, widow of John Marston, of Hillend, has surrendered to Thos. Marston, one of the tenants of Gorhambury lordship, appointed to receive surrenders in extremis , her tenements and Subscribers-only content

    Border Papers volume 1, April 1590, 01 April 1590-30 April 1590

    Ramesgill, Hob Ellot called "Hob the larde," Marke Ellott of the Hill, Will Croser of Ryckerton, John Ellot of the Hillend, Robine Ellott "the Bastarde of Glenvoren," Davye Ellot "Hobs Davie," of Dewes leases, Arche Ellott of the same, Will Subscribers-only content

    General Index, N, 01 March 1676-28 February 1677

    vessels of, and from passengers from good condition of Newark , letter dated from Newark , Easter and Wester, and Hillend, in the parochine of Mayboill, bailliary of Carrick and shirefdome of Ayr, warrant for charter of Newcastle-on-Tyne , letters Subscribers-only content

    Treasury Books and Papers, February 1730, 02 February 1730-27 February 1730

    of Dykehead and Wedderlies, certain lands in Auchincraw and Swansfield, parish of Coldingham, as also other lands specified in Blackhill, Hillend, Bipark, Westrestown, Renton, Pilrigg, Kaismuir, Gowncruik, Duns, Litem, Cockburnspath, Oldhamstocks, Darnchester, Woodhall, Pincartown, Chicklaw, Handieswood, Godscroft, Luckieshiel, Nonmeadow and

    Henry VIII, December 1531, 1-15, 01 December 1532-31 December 1532

    we forayed all the country towards Berwick, and burnt and destroyed the towns of Conwodd, Honwodd, two Rustayns, Blackhill, and Hillend, two Atons, "and wan the Barmkyn there;" all which towns were in the Merse. Many Scotchmen have been taken

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    27 April 1803, 27 April 1803

    in the aforefaid William Adam, " and his Heirs and Affigns, in Fee Simple, the Lands of " Hall Woodfioun, Hillend, Fiperhills, and others, ly- ** ing in the County of Kincardine, and alfo the Ba- «* lance or Refidue Subscribers-only content

    29 April 1803, 29 April 1803

    in " the aforefaid William Adam, and his Heirs, and " Afligns, in Fee-Simple, the Lands of Hall Woodfioun, " Hillend, Fifherhills, and others, lying in the County " of Kincardine; and alfo the Balance or Refidue of " the Subscribers-only content

    8 June 1803, 8 June 1803

    in the aforefaid " William Adam, and his Heirs and Affigns, in Fee- " Simple, the Lands of Hall, Woodfloun, Hillend, Fijher- " hills, and others, lying in the County of Kincardine, " and alfo the Balance or Refidue of Subscribers-only content

    9 June 1803, 9 June 1803

    vetting in the aforefaid William Adam, and his " Heirs and Affigns, in Fee-Simple, the Lands of Hall, ** Woodfloun, Hillend, Fifhcrhills, and others, lying in the " County of Kincardine, and alfo the Balance or Re- " fidue of Subscribers-only content

    22 June 1803, 22 June 1803

    in the aforefaid William Adam, and " his Heirs and Affigns in Fee Simple, the Lands of " Hall, Woodfloun, Hillend, Fiflierhills, and others, " lying in the County of Kincardine, and alfo the " Balance or Refidue of the Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    amount he demanded. Other similar stories are related of him. Gilchrist soon afterwards removed to a more splendid house at Hillend, an inn, four miles to the eastward of Airdrie. During his residence in tlis house, by dint of assumed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of life.-Sun. M IReACUL OUS E SOA PX.-On Saturday evening, the 13th natant, a man named Watt, a servant at- Hillend, ?ordyce, had 3eft the 6 59 passen ger train at Rothiemay b Itatios, and was walking-westward along the line, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DISTRICT NEWS. WALSALL. 30Asus OF OFARDIAN .-At the usual weekly meeting of this Board yestecrday, Mr. Cozen s presided. Mr, l'almer, surgeon, reccived permission to givo up the v nccination station at the Pleck Road, it being found that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GHBAP PRZPALD ADVBRTISEMRXT8 VON conzaecttive Insertions of the dlAMe. of ADVERTISEMENTS partoiilarlsed below, the 2lluowlng are the charges I- rwo Hnes (zlne wordr to aline) .....- 0 a Ditto Tbzeelnsortion8 .... . ...... 1 0 Ditto S mxinertioxg .......... Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    also saved. The list of injured is as follows :-Mr. Sutherland, Bearsden, con- n tusion on right eye; Walter Alitchell, Hillend, Miln- gavie, knee cut and contusion of face; W. D. Christie, d iBeUslee, leg injured and contusion of face; Subscribers-only content

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