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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Wambrook

    at Linnington , James Benjamin Coles 181 a., including Wortheal , Thomas Mallock 120 a. at Dearhams, and the rector 103 a. including Shaggs Flood and Downlands . The largest farming units were then Wortheal with 170 a., Linnington with

    Index A - Z

    Lower Wambrook Higher Wambrook, 222-3, 226-7, 229-30 inc., 223, 226, 229 inns, 223, 228 Lancin (Lansham, Londenesham, Londesham), 223, 226-7 Linnington (Lyllyngedoone), 223, 225-7 Lower Wambrook , 222-3, 227; and see Wambrook , Haselcombe man., 223-6, 228-9 man.-ho., 223, 225,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    far. Lennon Mrs. Emily Lavinia, Cheltenham, widow er Leverett Henry, Ipswich, builder ace, Lewis Robert, Presteign, Radnorshire, timber merchant iag- Linnington Du'cibella, Bradnincb. near Collunsptton, spinster ow. Llewellyn Thomas, Cowbridge, near Cardiff, farmer Dsat Lloyd Elizabeth, Brecon, spinster rmy Lloyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fraily L., Cheltenham, widow BP Leverett Henry, Ipswich, builder - Site] AdLewis huolert, Prestelgn, Hadinorshire, ce timber mnerchbcul Shoi .dt Linnington Dulcibella, Bradnlitch, near 50se sr Coliumpton, spitloter SIy. .d Llewellyn Thomas, Cowbridge, near Car- te] diEfare Silv. U.LodIlizsboth, Brecon, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Anglesea, widow 3 3Liddiard Henry, Farrington, Reeks, grocer3 3Liardet Plscebe, 4, Park Villas, Richmond,3 Surrey, wiidowv 3Liuadner Maximilian, Birmingha~m, merchant Linnington Dulcibella, Bradunith, near Col-3 lumpton, Devon, spinster 3Llewellyn !Themas, Cowbridlge, esquire] Lloyd Elizabeth, Aberllecl, near Bcec n] spinster Llo0yd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Surrender at the Bankrupts' Court, London. Abrahams J., Bethuat-greon, chair meaker, Jan. 13, at I Linnington J., Bishopsgate-street, carpenter, Jan. 13, at 11 Brandon R., legent-staeat and Mincing-lana, architect, Jan. 17, atl. Crupper W. late of Canterbury, fruiterer, Jan. 3, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cherry John Williarn, Mesems. ootet and Adanis, 70, Oh] Bread-street, geiitlenian Child Thiomeas Hlanimyngton Irving, Elloncroft, Wotton-onder-Edge, gentleman Chilels Jiisele Linnington, Pelinerston-road, Senthsea, chemist Chutor ilebert, Penor-lane, Pongo, Heist, gentleman Clapreot Major Charles, The Priory, Comapton, neAr Plymouth, ann attacohed Subscribers-only content

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