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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Henstridge Henstridge in 1839

    71 In 1909 the Revd. Sir Hubert Medlycott sold Toomer to Elizabeth Augusta Grosvenor Guest of Inwood and it remained part of the Inwood estate in 1993 . 72 A house was mentioned in 1303 , 73 and the manor

    Fiddington Economic history

    1,521 lb. of wool had been sold. 7 Tanners were recorded in the parish in 1638 and 1656, possibly at Inwood , where there were field names such as Tanhouse mead and Tanners plot. 8 Mills. Two mills were recorded

    Fiddington Fiddington 1837

    11th century, Bonson by the later 12th. 32 Whitnell , south-west of Fiddington village, was recorded in 1327 . 33 Inwood Farm , first mentioned in 1558 , 34 lies further south-west; Wood Farm , referred to by 1652 ,


    Redlynch and Bruton Abbey , the two largest mansions in the area. Slightly smaller houses surrounded by smaller parks at Inwood in Henstridge , Horsington , Hadspen in Pitcombe , and Yarlington either developed from medieval manor houses or were

    Parishes Hawnes or Haynes

    in Meppershall to John Pisaquila of Genoa , and Bartholomew Riky, besides having to sell Applewood and another wood called Inwood ; the mortgage, however, 79 was gradually redeemed, and in 1327 a yearly rent of 77 s . 6

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fawr y Byd ye New York, yn 1883, ac y dechreuir yn fean bellach wastadhau a svCho y tir yn Inwood at y pwrpas. Mae son befvd fod Dirprwywyr am brytin "Main Bzijld. ing" y Philadelphia Centennasi, a'i drosglIwyddo i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oedd yn cymeryd rhan yn y cl cyfarfodydd, y Parchn. F. B. Meyer, H. G. C. | w Macgreggor, Chas. Inwood, Dr. Elder Cum- g rning, C. E. Fox, Web Peploe, Evan Hopkins, i I &c., &c. Mor bell ag Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    23. -R. Hamalin, Tottenham-rcurt-road, victualler. CERTIFICATES-JULY 16. J. Steel, Stockport, Chester, checkimanufacturer.-Ww. :3mltive, F'eter, jeweller.-J. Bali, Hetherset, Nor- flk, engineer.-D.; Inwood, Lower T'barnes.street, colournman.-Jamet Makeham, Upjper Thames-street, * cheesemonger;-C. Perkins, Swansea, shopkeeper.- 11. Haywood, Ramnsgate, butcher. -PC: 3POF STOCKS OM Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    out soon after, and conveyed to the nearest public-house, which was the Wind'sor Castle. The landlord was tip; the watchman (Inwood) and several other per- sons, asked him for God's sake to admit the woman to save her life. She Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    XAURY-LE- DONE. On Tuesday, James Inwood and Thomas Dubber, two well-known cha- racters, were charged with having knocked down and robbed a Mr. Green, in Bell-street, Edgeware-road, on the night of Sunday week last. Inwood lived with a woman of Subscribers-only content

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