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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Boundaries MODERN BOUNDARY EXTENSIONS

    the Woodstock road , and Great Hoarstone close, which lay on the boundary, was described as being in the parishes of St. Giles , Wolvercote , or Godstow . 51 In 1699, however, Great Hoarstone was said to be in

    Outlying Parts of the Liberty THE LIBERTY c. 1750

    There was a house in Great Hoarstone close by 1659 . 59 Mixed farming continued in the 18th century, though at first the emphasis seems to have shifted slightly from livestock towards crops. Great Hoarstone close, which had been converted

    Parishes Ribbesford with the borough of Bewdley

    By the Reform Act of 1832 the Parliamentary borough of Bewdley was enlarged to include the hamlets of Wribbenhall , Hoarstone , Blackstone , Netherton , and Lower Mitton with Lickhill , 72 and in 1885 it was merged in

    Parishes Claydon

    some notable geological features: Plot wrote that its wells yielded rich golden firestone, used for carbines and pistols; that in Hoarstone furlong especially, the ground produced unusually large and separable asteria or star-stones; and that Claydon was also notable for

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    St. John the Evangelist schs., Hinksey stream , Hinton : J. H., Jas., Thos., Wm., n Hitchings , Sir Edw., Hoarstone close , Great, Hobhouse , Edm., bp. of Nelson ( New Zealand ), Hodges , Baldwin , Hodgkins ,

  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles II, January 1676, 01 January 1676-31 January 1676

    to George Penne, the younger, and his heirs of a fair to be held at Tollar Wiline (Whelme) Downs, near Hoarstone, in the parish of Corscombe, Devon (Dorset), from 18 to 25 May inclusive, with the tolls and profits thereof. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    30s., in- S eluding parrot cage-Miss Cosni Sutton Goldfield. c8874 S AILS (liver-and-white) for sale; weli broken to gun.- Arnldj§Smith, Hoarstone, Shlpston-on.Stotur. c8379 HORSES CARRIAGES, &c., WANTED. T ~~YWasted (one horse), for hay and etraw trade; modern LJ~huilyd.-Address, C. 26, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Four rounds whey butter: 1, Mr. S. Faulkner, Wrenbury; 2, Mrs. Hassall, Hurst Green, Norhury; 3, Mr. Thomas 3. Simon, Hoarstone, Frees. BRASSWORKEPS AND THEIR EARNINGS. To the EDITro of the DAy Pos-. Sir.-A speaker asked a question last week, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dealer-27th July, 15tlfl tobelrt James Weld arr,pawnbroker- I th April, 1177 TLssonae Mitts, jun., Scotland-road. Liverpool-Ss tarch, 118b bNi!iha BaLter, Hoarstone, near Beweiley, farmer, cattle dealer, and ctsinpean-9th September, 187D e uim Dlane, St. Nieholas Clitf, Fcarborougb, photographer and photo- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Esq., C.B, M.P., Us of in consequence of the Farm being let. : the ,, 27-Live and Dead areming Stock, Hoarstone eers, Farm, Ebrington, by ordor of the Executors of the late Mr. Timothy Smith. OCTOEan 3rd.-Live and Dead Farming Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tb Rev. C. bi. Hornaby, William, Arnold Smith of Darlings- Earl of cott, son of the late Timothy. Smith, of Hoarstone, near which i! Charingworth, to Rose Ann, second daughter of Richard been vi Key t, ofthe hrinton rma nn, Subscribers-only content

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