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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Histon Economic history

    93/15/6, 13, 18, 20, 26 (from cat.). Gardner's Dir. Cambs . ( 1851 ), 344-5. For Chivers fam. tree: G. Horridge , Growth and Development of a Fam. Firm: Chivers of Histon , 1873-1939 ,32. Kelly 's Dir. Cambs .

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    Hornblower fam. , Horne : Chas. Silvester, Chas. Kenneth, Horningsham ( Wilts .) , see Longleat House Hornsey Gates , Horridge , Wal., Horsehay (in Dawley, Wellington , and Little Wenlock ) , Horseley , Wm., and his w. Isabel,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    or in-calf, calved before 1881 : 1, J. House, Leigh- a landcWanhford, Taunton 2 Sir W. R. Williamns, Bart., ! Horridge, Bnrnstaplo. Heier, in-milk or in-calf, calvedin 1 1881. 1, A. 0. Skinner; 2, W. Rolles Fryer. Heifer, A calved Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AM ISE TSIO AM jI'jw12lc OjVTffl SEASON. CIfiLoO~t' New atid Original Opera, va I )I3t OW I Y N N FU," 10ltcdiY TACEON'S Cicoer and Powerful meo vt of tile 3 rena alld univernahly by the- ', ,c.d by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cold water, assaulted with an a5ricuitural implement, and having his hair severely pulleLd. At Accriugton, on Saturday, an Irishwoman named Horridge was charged with causing the death of her little boy, aged five. The details are extremely painful. The little Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    him on the 7th oFebruasy, ha went to M~r. Herridge's liquor ehop, next deor to bigsown premisee, where he saw Horridge, and alter having seose conversation with him, witnees went down to Meanton, who accompanied him beck to Herridge'e, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was his huntsman, and John Dixon whip. Hunting with him about thts period were Sir Alexander Ramseay and Mr. ,. Horridge, of Chelten. ham, who also know a little too well the line of a fox; and had a great Subscribers-only content

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