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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Thakeham Thakeham, Warminghurst , And Shipley c. 1875

    , and the highway from Danhill to Coneyhurst common in 1679 . 57 Lanes from Hungerhill through Sprouts to Goringlee in Shipley , from Hungerhill to Shipley village, and from Sprouts through Five Mile Ash to Shipley , existed by

    Thakeham Manors and other estates

    Henry Dalbiac held it in 1887 . 53 Among the lands held by Charles and Elizabeth Lamb in 1812 were Hungerhill , Redlands , and Danhill farms, 54 which probably descended with their moiety of Thakeham manor and were presumably

    Thakeham Economic history

    farm was wholly and another mainly devoted to dairying, a third to rearing; 875 animals were returned. 60 In 1983 Hungerhill farm maintained a herd of Highland cattle. 61 Farms grew larger in the 20th century, especially after 1950. In

    Shipley Economic history

    Falconers ), and Sauce (Sauceland). 91 Besides Lackenhurst already mentioned, other modern farms which existed in the Middle Ages were Hungerhill and apparently Barnhouse , both mentioned in 1358 . 92 There were both free and copyhold tenants of Knepp

    Parishes Podington and Hinwick

    containing 2413/4 acres. 2 The principal woods are Great Hayes , Little Hayes , New Gorerong Wood, Old Gorerong Wood, Hungerhill and Ransil Spinneys, Longley and Slade Plantations. The parish is watered by a small brook, which rises above the

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    Employment: farmer Location: Otley (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Menston (Menston) : undefined Otley (Otley) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Esh Rows (Esh Rows) : fieldname Location: Rudd Ings (Ruddings) : fieldname Location: Hunger Hills (Hungerhills, Hungerhill) : fieldname Location: Newland (Newland) : manor


    Place(s): Grindleton (Grindleton) : chapelry Participant: Edward Walker [Walker] Role: defendant Details: male; gentleman Location: Whitkirk (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Hunger Hills (Hungerhill) : undefined Bolton By Bowland (YorkshireWestRiding) Bolton By Bowland (Bolton) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Thomas Home [Holmes] Role: defence


    Sancte et individue Trinitatis, Cantabrigien') : undefined Location: Whitkirk (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Whitkirk (Whitkirke, Whitkirk) : ecclesiastical parish Hungar Hills (Hungerhills, Hungerhill) : fieldname Pighill (Pighill) : fieldname Hall Close (Hall Close) : fieldname Gilwill (Gillwil, Gilwill) : fieldname The Wheat


    Banking Company Location: Dewsbury (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Dewsbury (Dewsbury) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Dewsbury (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Hartshead (Hartshead) : undefined Clifton (Clifton) : undefined Location: Thornhill (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Hungerhill(Hungerhill) : undefined Location: Mirfield (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Mirfield (Mirfield) : ecclesiastical parish

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, Y, 01 January 1681-31 December 1685

    Fishergate, 1200. Fishgarth, 1196. Government of, surrender of, by Sir J. Reresby, 449. Hearthmoney Receiver see Collins, J., Humphryes, T. Hungerhill, 1554. manor, 697, 699. Mayor, Aldermen, etc., 24. 1195. Micklegate Bar, 1195. Middlethorpe and Middlethorpe Ings, 1554. Narrowgate, 1199.

    Cases before the Committee, February 1653, 01 February 1653-28 February 1653

    during the sequestration, the manor house and other houses have become ruinous for want of repairs, and the farmhouse at Hungerhill has been burnt down. 139 471 7 Nov. Referred to the County Committee 27 154 23 Jan. 1655. On Subscribers-only content

    Appendix I, April 1661, 01 April 1661-30 April 1661

    on the east; the piece of arable land of 1 acre in Middlethorpe Fields in a flat there commonly called Hungerhill, bounded on every hand by said Brery's lands; a close of 2 acres adjoining the said Brery's Twelve Acres

    Index, H, I, 01 September 1546-31 January 1547

    Neil. Honeley , John, ii. g. 476 (96). Hones. See Hane. Honfleur (Homeflet) , in Normandy, i. 563. Hongerhill. See Hungerhill. Honingham , Norf., ii. g. 322 (56). Honnyng (Huninge, Honnynges) , John, i. 643 (f. 72); ii. 388, 577

    Index, H, 01 January 1681-31 December 1685

    King's Guard, Governor of the Hospital at Dublin, 943. -, Sir Edward, lands, Plymouth, 608. Hungerford Park (co. Berks), 251. Hungerhill see York city. Hunkin , Jane, afterwards wife of Leonard Loveis, lease of Calstock weir, Cornwall, 1564. Hunsdon ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    e _ lng-House, WRith the Weaving and Packing Shops, Spinning Rionss, aod Hurling Place; imotedlately adjoining thereto, situate 1 at Hungerhill, In Morley aforesaid, and late in the Occupation of SIr. ilohtn Gillgrass. . I r These lPrcrnjoee form Ouc Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1LOCA.L AND GENERAL. la I ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ai igLEEDS, MARCH 30, 1863. 1£: ag t. The seqoiljd-reading 'Di Mr. Som.Ci's Public-hpou It a Bill is postpon~~~~~~~~~ed from the 15th of April till the 27th of May. IT~ LocArBt~s'ry iPuAu'sANT.~-The North-Ea-st'ern ili Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    folowing, that is to may:- A' t .5',i A. it.P. LittleElu ngerhill . .0 2 11 Far Hungerhill .... 3 0 36 Low Hungerhill ........ 4 2 26 Great Hunn erhIll ...... 4 3 21 The whole of the premises Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    evenirg precisely, sub jait to such renditions as wig bi th en produced, Bf~fE 'Ihree Freehold1 DWELLING-EHOUSES, T situate at Hungerhill, in Morley, one of them lately in the occo. pation of Mr. Joseph Stockwell. deceased, and the other two Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    precisely, slubiject to such conditions as will be d then produced, )y B Three Freehold I)WELLING-HOUSES, 0 ~ iute at Hungerhill, in Marley, one of them lately in the own.- a pation of Mr. Joseph Stockwell, deceased, and the other Subscribers-only content

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