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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The parish and liberty of Havant INDEX MAP to the LIBERTY OF HAVANT

    in 1825 to Jane Longcroft , mother of the writer ( Longcroft , Hund. of Bosmere , 21). Com. Pleas. D. Enr. Hil . 8 & 9 Will. and Mary, m. 3. Will quoted by Longcroft , Hund. of Bosmere

    Alien houses Priory of Hayling

    , i. 257. Winton . Epis. Reg., Pontoise ; Longcroft 's Hundred of Brosmere , p. 176. Winton . Epis. Reg., Pontoise , f. 42b. Ibid. Sandale , f. 21. Longcroft 's Hundred of Brosmere , p. 177. Add. MS.

    East Marden East Marden Parish Church

    estates, was usually leased by the prebendaries for three lives; among the lessees were the families of Juxon, Brereton , Longcroft , and Woods. 4 W. Layland Woods, who was apparently lessee in 1870 , 5 shortly afterwards bought the

    Warblington Warblington Church

    Warblington . Cal. Com. for Compounding (Rec. Com.), 2088. Add. MSS. 33284; Recov. R. Trin. 1 Anne , No. 42. Longcroft , Bosmere Hund . 98. Sister and heiress of Robert, duke of Ancaster and Kesteven. The reversion had been

    Westbury-on-Severn Introduction

    , 14 and another Joseph Cadle who died in 1745 also occupied the near-by LONGCROFT estate. 15 Joseph Cadle who died in 1774 left estates including Longcroft to his brother John 16 who was succeeded before 1788 by his son

  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the records, 1678

    aiker of land and hous bulded therupon, at the bak of the fleshmercat, nixt the yairdis at the heid of Longcroft. 5 A pairt fleshouris rent quat . Anent the supplicatioune presentit be the fleshouris of this burgh, and the

    Entry Book, February 1684, 16-29, 01 February 1684-28 February 1684

    Acres, 3 acres of ground called Old Orchard, 1 acre of ground called Round Grove, 4 acres of ground called Longcroft, 8 acres of ground called Hadham Lodge , 16 acres of ground called Blax Bushes, 3 acres of ground

    Index, L - Z

    to be paid out of county fines, 485; government of burgh of, 489. William, earl of, 423. Langcroft . See "Longcroft." Lauderdale , earl of, his infeftment in Stobo and Ettitstoune excepted from Crown annexation, 412; remit to, in double

    Index of subjects and places

    440 1, 495; friend in, 142; agents in, 158; herrings and strong waters sent to, 159; hackney coaches in, 166. Longcroft , 256 7, 349, 531. Loudon hill , 269; baggage horse lost at, 270. Luss , parson of, 351.

    House of Lords Journal Volume 24, February 1734, 11-20, 11 February 1734-20 February 1734

    this Instant February , made on the Behalf of Thomas Sharp of Houstoun, Alexander Hamilton of Innerweek, James Glen of Longcroft , and Andrew Majoribanks of Majoribanks , Esquires; and praying, "That the same may be reversed:" It is Ordered,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and they had passed their boundary and worked under Long- croft. XIs July. 1857, thle defendants sunk a shaft in Longcroft. He had seen it frequently, and had noticed eoa on the surface. This having concluded the plaintiff'cAse, Mr. Gray, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of best cheese, made on the farsm of the 'exhibitor, Mr. Joseph Finnay, Cheadle Park, first, £4.; Mr. Edensor Poster, Longcroft, 2nd, £2.-;,Mr. Francis Hordern, Pole, 3rd, £1,; Edward Buller, Esq., Dilhouse Hall, highly com- mended.- . CATLE-For the best Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SALE OF PAPER. fIANCl CS. ON TUESDAY NIX V AL.UA Meosre. UEP~i't and BlARKEIR wil ie for SA B LOG] "AUCIN at their Commercial R~ toms rn enos GLAS: bujidinst. Lee ds, Oil Tlieslay s?Ixl, ihefieel.ighth joel. itOOl LA, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FASHION -SBLE1 iPAPI`lR, 11ANGING's. iessrs. IIEPI'I'i and ISAK iftl itote o L r, SV ALU 'r I N , en, I ue s diay9 nex t, thIt CFifh Jute. Of 51 ""IheI I0r Cer n mercial Sale itoorno, teriie's-bui Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Beech Grove Estate, Wortley. near Leeds.-Very desirable B lnvestmient. C By [esr. B RDWICH, sir Wel'dsedas. ihe Sevseolntenh drtp of Sop- tenoe's' next. at cix o'clock in the eveniug. it the White Hulsre Hontel, Boa'-!aue. Leeds. uiirss isreiojossoy disposed Subscribers-only content

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