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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Barkham

    through the village, and there is a small lake in the parish called Longmoor , constructed by the late Mr. John Walter , where formerly the Longmoor bog existed. The parish is chiefly on London Clay , but the higher

    Townships Quernmore

    I, pt. xvii. This sale may not have been completed, for Scarthwaite, Hollinhead, Rowtonbrook Vaccary and Hare Appletree , with Longmoor and Rothkall, were sold to Edward Ditchfield and others in 1628 ; Pat. 4 Chas. I, pt. xxxiii. Pat.

    Parishes Merriott

    flints and provided the principal areas of meadow and pasture in the Middle Ages; field names such as Stoneridge and Longmoor witness to its poor arable potential. Most of the remainder is Yeovil Sands with areas of limestone in the

    The borough of Sutton Coldfield NEW HALL SUTTON COLDFIELD

    hold it for 100 years. 149 John Riland was permitted in 1733 to make a dam and a pool across Longmoor Brook in the park, and in 1754 , along with his co-tenant of half the pool, to build a

    Townships Nether Wyresdale

    Bonds and Tarnacre, the second year out of Cabus , Cleveley and Holleth, and the third year out of Wyresdale, Longmoor or Pilling Moss and the remainder. 64 The meeting-place was at Goberthwaite or Gubisthwaite in Cabus . 65 Gubberford

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HARPUR, John (c.1546-1622), of Swarkeston, Derbys. and Longmoor, Staffs.

    of Swarkeston, Derbys. and Longmoor, Staffs. Constituency Dates Derbyshire 1597 Derbyshire 1604 Ofifces Held J.p. Derbys. c.1573-95, from 1602, capt. musters 1584, commr. to receive loan 1589, sheriff 1604-5, dep. lt. from 1605. Biography In the fifteenth century the Harpur

  • * British History Online *

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    Index of Persons and Places, L, 01 January 1693-31-Dec-1996

    -, Earl of. See Aungier, Francis. Longhill , See Loghill. Longland , John, loans by, 308, 429. Longmore , [? Longmoor, in Quernmore ] , co. Lancaster, pasture called, 1019. -. See also Ebury and Longmore. Longstone , Langston, co.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wesleyaidd, pynt o'r Abermaw. Ba farw g, yn mhreewylfod presenol ei rnham, yu Ballymacira gy Villa, Abermaw. Claddwyd hi yn Longmoor gil Cemetery, Lerpwl, dydd Llun. Gwasanaethwyd cyn cychwyn gan y Parch. S. P. Jones, Dolgellau, fri GRFFITH.-Ebrill 3ydd, yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lead to the convic- I tion of the guilty party. The fire still continues burning C In two places In Longmoor enclosure, and there Is no pro- . bability of its being extinguished until the whole depth of e eat Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FREEHOLD HOUSE AND LAND, CH1RCLH ROAD, NRCHELLS; A." E)SCELLENT LONG.LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES, In AB-BE2fY STREET, ROCKLEY, BIRMINGIAM. TBENRY EDWARDS and SON will SELL by AUC- JJ TION, at thoUnIon Inn Union Strcot, on WED, ESDAY, the 25th oi Septesaber at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wood,. and thence, passing south by 'Longmooi Brook aid Rowton's Well, sweeps ronnd in a south-easterly direction towards' Sutton, skirting Longmoor, New Forge, end.Wiidley pools, and' effectually'.bloching out the maguificent prospect from the Driffold. Now, it either of these routes Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to be sold for 100 save, if for 50 allowed 71b. Two miles. Mr. Kennedy's Ortyx, 4yrs (100 Mr Clementes Longmoor, 4 ye Mr.Frayer's Beechwood, 6y(r,0) | The TUasDAY QUALrFIOATION PLATE of 60 sovss four-year- olds list, five l2st 41k, Subscribers-only content

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