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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Padworth

    to George Littlefield . 45 In 1586 Jerome Stanshawe and Mary his wife and Richard Pershowse and Elizabeth his wife, possi bly their daughter, obtained licence to alienate their fourth of the manor of Padworth to George Littlefield and his

    The borough of Droitwich Introduction and borough

    north and the land called Lenchesland on the south, and straight to the short lane lying between the field called Littlefield on the south and La Redefield to the north. And so down the said lane by the upper end

    Parishes Martock The Church of All Saints , Martock

    whole tithing south of the vill age. Church Hay field (North field in 1551 , Chapelhayfield in 1646 ) and Littlefield (South field in 1551 ) lay to the west of the street, and Mare field (East field in 1551

    Parishes Preshute Preshute, 1843

    buildings to be put up in Preshute on the north side of that road were two boarding houses, Cotton and Littlefield , designed by G. E. Street and built of cast concrete in 1870 -2 by Charles Drake , a

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    adjacent apartments, and for days together black volumes of smoke were seen to issue from his chimney. A person named Littlefield, who acts as janitor at the college, began to suspect that all was not right. The place was closely Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the ceiling below was stained nmuediately around it. There was a fire burning in the furnace of the lower laboratory. Littlefield was mistaken in thinking there had never been a fire there. He had probably never k' idled one, but Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for a f, I debt of £1. 10s. Petfurd, who levied the execution, went a *t into the house flirst, Littlefield followed, and shortlyafter the other bailiffs arrived, as there was sen evidence of i , violence. Half an hour's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Police-constable Littlefield was charged with asaulting Clarles Court. Tire assault complained of was a blow, wbich was denied. There was also a summons against Charles Court, charging him with assaulting Police-constable Littlefield; and there were two other summinonses, charging Littlefield Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Chancellor also Iwent a mile and a h nlf, tbe ia;re r remark applyilig to Brown's Plince Arthur, rol Stratlitvon. Littlefield ient' Preakies, at.lto axad Ba y Finual a good two-wile gallop. Joseph Dau'wson's Finvoy and Gloucester had it nice Subscribers-only content

 

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