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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Lyng Economic history

    96 separate tenant holdings in Outwood , West and East Lyng , and Hitchings , on the edge of North moor, of which 46 were in Hitchings . In addition there were 11 tenements at Burrow . 8 An incomplete

    Charities for the Poor

    yielding £5 but by 1884 only £3 3 s .; by 1861 only four widows were receiving doles. Sir Edward Hitchings in 1820 gave stock yielding £6 a year to provide doles for six poor families. The charity was evidently

    Parishes Broad Chalke

    179 and may have sold it to A. R. Hitchings , the owner in 1929 . 180 It has remained in the Hitchings family and in 1984 was owned by Hitchings Bros. (Gurston) Ltd. 181 Walter of Chalke gave lands

    Tidenham including Lancaut Introduction Lancaut , Tidenham and Woolaston c. 1810

    the passage were owned by William Higgins in 1656 and by William Higgins and Thomas Hitchings in 1667 ; 93 they descended in the Hitchings family until the mid 18th century when they were acquired by Samuel Hill (d. c

    Index K-Z

    Burrowbridge , q.v . canal, char., ch., ch. ho., cts., curates, East Lyng , fair, fms., fields, fishery, glebe, green, Hitchings , inns, Lyng Ct., man., Middleton , mills, mkt., nonconf., Outwood , officers, poorho., pop., prehist. rem., rectory, rly.,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ; W. Hair, third engineer; W. Ambrose, fifth engineer; W. Well- stead, boiler-maker; T. Stone, fireman; W. Bishop, do.; IV. Hitchings, do.; J. Haddon, do ; T. Kenny, do.; J. Glassop, do.; J. Newman, J. Alcock. and J. Moody, coal-trimmers Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Judge. -Brice, the superintendent, did not tell me to go to the cell; he did not know I was going. Hitchings, the policeman, was the person who suggested my going to the cell. Mr Baron Watson, in summing up, observed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    than the prisoner, who therefore was, as dearly, not identified by Farber. It was also understood that he third bandsman, Hitchings, who would be examined on his occasion, was unable to identify the prisoner. Mr Poland went on to say Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hitchings, came there, and we all three went away shortly before one o'clock. We went up Holborn and turned up Southampton row, where we entered the Turk's Head publichonse. We went into the last door at the desire of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    contest; and at All Saints, Evesliam, a n- like result has been obtained by the withdrawal of Messrs. C _ Hitchings and Ward, by which Messrs. H.,Burlingham ;to aid T. White are returned unopposed. No nomination e has been received Subscribers-only content

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