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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Bottisham Economic history Bottisham Fen c. 1677-1800

    Bylaw fen recorded in 1542 ; 93 White fen extending north-west beside Swaffham Lode ; and High fen north-east of Bottisham Lode , to whose south-west lay Lode moor, mentioned in 1541 . 94 South-west of Anglesey priory's medieval closes,

    Bottisham Nonconformity

    meeting house. 50 A house was registered for Particular Baptists in 1743 , 51 another for Independents in 1726 at Lode , 52 where a Methodist ex-shepherd was preaching in a barn in 1761 . 53 In 1807 a small

    Bottisham Charities for the poor

    newly distinct Bottisham and Lode parishes, whose populations were then nearly equal. A Scheme of 1913, which added the Bottisham Poor's Fen, constituted a charity since 1878, set up separate groups of trustees for Bottisham and Lode to distribute the

    Bottisham Bottisham Settlements and Open Fields c. 1790

    end'. 36 Lode and Longmeadow, the two hamlets that survived in the 20th century stood at the fen edge. 37 The older part of Lode lay along a dog-legged street running southwards from the south end of Bottisham Lode ,

    Bottisham Education

    the schoolchildren reported in 1851 being drawn from Lode and the fen. 89 In 1859 Hailstone opened a separate school to serve that area in a cottage on the west of Lode street , then also housing the teacher, which

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fod yn gyfoethog o sulphurets of silver. Yr dedd y gareg weIdi dyfod o'r wythien a akwyd wedi hyny, Comstock Lode, yr hon yw y wvythien gyfoethocaf ye y byd. Dyma lie mae y -mining camp pwysicaf yn y dalaeth, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ctyril i'a'c ntna y alvr -a'a. derbylI yab'y'd cawdvan y iiogaLethiry aaxLdavI at; ei anag- i Lyned i'r Atbacfe. Pla Lode by-nag, api ' fad y amater yn air deiiwnm a syfa;' a bed at'au y weani dagartb van y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gant 0 ddynion weithio, wedi ei throglwvddo a ddwylaw y ewnni gwreiddiol i fon- eddwr o lMancheeter. bMr, Charles Hughes, argraffydd, Llanelwy, sydd wedi ei benodi yn feistr llyphYrdy y dref hono, yn lie Miss Lode, yr lion yaddiweddar Saymneilldodtd." Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fite k:der HIrethelrs af Ihle Trinlitv 11o e, and formerly ofbirs Msljestx-'a Navy. On the lOth irtts. at St. Johl's Lode, ILerts, Lad, Ctx'r wife of Getieral Sir Corteiijrt a Ct-lt or, its et. Ott the 11th inst. at his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Teiytle -s(cl Ito saered, 1 A: itile mrtoney; a uopi-uticid tite at atb10 Ick prieoles 'ividre' titaen conaeyted to, the Lode, eaduti to 45 Dgbvols' dte. Motee thleylipatted a iht5l '%ctry mtitj 'I - ~. ~ ed n the scaf Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    20 December 1781, 20 December 1781

    Gentleman, may be permitted to enter o^Scran- " into a Recognizance for Sophia Lady Cranflon and fton and " Michael Lode Efquire, her Hufband, on account of Lade-sAppeal. iC ^^ Appeai depending in this Houfe, they living in " the'Country Subscribers-only content

    18 April 1796, 18 April 1796

    " Commonable and Intermixed Lands and Wafte " Grounds, within the feveral Parifhes of Barnwcod, " Mat/on, Samt Mary de Lode, Saint Catherine, and t( Saint Michael, and within the South Hamlet and the «.* Vill oiWotton, all in the Subscribers-only content

    19 April 1796, 19 April 1796

    Ciiefter and Whitchurch Canal Bill. " Wafte Grounds, within the feveral Parifhes of Barn.' li wood, Matfon, Saint Mary de Lode, Samt Catherine* 'c and Saint Michael, and within the South Hamlet and " the Vill of Wotton, all in Subscribers-only content

    21 April 1796, 21 April 1796

    Meadows, Commonable and Intermixed " Lands, and Wafte Grounds, within the feveral Parifhes " of Barn-wood, Matfon, Saint Mary de Lode, Saint " Catherine, and Saint Michael, and within the South " Hamlet and the Vill of Jt'otton, all in Subscribers-only content

    22 April 1796, 22 April 1796

    Grounds, within the feveral Parifties of Barn- Ordered, That all the Lords who have been pre- " wood, Matfon, Saint Mary de Lode, Saint Catherine, fent this Seffion, who are not named of the Com- VoL. XL. 8 N mitte» Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    FITZWILLIAM, John (by 1521-62), of Lode Place in Kingsley, Hants.

    (by 1521-62), of Lode Place in Kingsley, Hants. Constituency Dates Midhurst Mar. 1553 Ofifces Held Commr. relief, Hants 1550; j.p. by 1552-d.; keeper of Hurstbourne Park, Hants 30 Apr. 1552-Mar. 1555. Biography John Fitzwilliam was a ‘near kinsman’ from Yorkshire

 

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