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  • * Victoria County History *

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    styled Little Elsworth . 79 The eastern boundary with Boxworth is a small stream flowing NNW. The ground, resting upon Kimmeridge clay mostly overlaid with boulder clay, save in the north, slopes gently down from a plateau at c .

    Parishes Cublington

    rest being laid down in permanent grass. 1 The soil is of loam with a subsoil of Portland Beds and Kimmeridge Clay, producing crops of wheat, barley and oats. The land reaches a height of 456 ft. above the ordnance

    Conington Introduction

    , a turnpike between 1745 and 1874 . 89 Conington lies upon Ampthill clays overlaid in its northern angle by Kimmeridge clay in the north and by boulder clay in the east, 90 where high ground, rising to over 30

    Parishes Creslow

    pasture lands, for which it has always been famous, are considered the finest in the county. The subsoil is of Kimmeridge Clay and Portland Beds. The parish is situated on high ground in the centre of the county. The highest

    Parishes Hoggeston

    beans are grown, and 1,427 acres of permanent grass. 1 The village stands on gravel and the subsoil is of Kimmeridge Clay. The average elevation is 400 ft. above the ordnance datum, and the land is watered by a small

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CLAVELL, George (1725-74), of Smedmore, in Kimmeridge, Dorset.

    of Smedmore, in Kimmeridge, Dorset. Constituency Dates Dorchester 28 Mar. 1752 1754 Biography George Clavell came of an ancient Isle of Purbeck family, who had been seated there since the time of Henry VI.[footnote] His mother was the sister of

    BYLE, Richard, of Wareham, Dorset.

    Cheverell* was to be a beneficiary; and in 1417 he acted for Craford in a conveyance of land in Tyneham, Kimmeridge and West Holme. Ten years later he appeared as a feoffee for the coheirs to the Estoke estates. In

    CRAFORD, Robert, of Wareham, Dorset.

    Craford had acquired part of the manor of East Tyneham and several acres of land in the area around Wareham, Kimmeridge and West Holme, this being the outcome of a second marriage, with one of four coheirs to the estates

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A haenau gwa- hanol, a adnabyddir wrth yr enw Portland Oolite, yn eynwys baenau o dywod a chlai a elwir Kimmeridge Clay. Yn nesaf at y rhai .hyn o ran eu safle yn y gyfres Ddaearegol yw yr haenau Wealdenaidd, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rate, but the Tyne had not got so tar up, and between the point where she dipped Portland Lights and Kimmeridge Ledge we are quite certain that the tide in the hottest springs does not run five or six miles Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the brigantine Catherine Alice and the sohooner Bee. The brigantine's crew landed at c Swvanage in their own boat, and report that their vessel C foundered after the collision. The schooner is said to be ashore on the Kimmeridge Ledge, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Commissioners' map is adorned with a superfluous R), where the escape of its percolation is am rested by the Kimmeridge clay, although the latter river passes through that retentive bed, and, falls into the Thames itself over the gault Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    believed of the whole county of Dorset, is a rich oil-bear- ing shale, known as Kimmeridge coal or clay. Deposits of a similar character are met with in other parts of Eng- land, notably Norfolk, where recent borings have proved Subscribers-only content

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