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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Enford

    1861 Dreweatt offered Longstreet farm (390 a.) for sale. 162 Mr. T. Crook was owner in 1976 . Longstreet House stands on the Avon 's east bank between the river and the lane leading north t o Longstreet hamlet. 163

    List of maps

    ( 1773 ), and on the inclosure award maps of Enford , East Chisenbury , Coombe , Fifield , and Longstreet (all c . 1809), and of Littlecott ( 1817 ), in the Wiltshire Record Office 116 Overton in the

    Frampton on Severn Church

    the insertion near the base of the tower of a stone with the mark and name of the mason, John Longstreet . Michell, Pages from the Past , 43; Rudder, Glos . 453. Glos. Colln. RX 137.2-3. Bodl. MS. Rawl.

    Parishes Winterbourne Monkton

    Kelly 's Dir. Wilts . ( 1931 , 1935). Inf. from Mrs. M. Longstreet , Middle Farm. W.A.S. Libr., sale cat. x, no. 3. Inf. from Mrs. Longstreet . V.C.H. Wilts . ii, pp. 124, 199. Liber Henrici de Soliaco

    Elstub and Everleigh hundred

    , Enford (including the tithings of Enford , East Chisenbury , Compton , Coombe , Fifield , Littlecott , and Longstreet ), Everleigh , Fittleton (including Haxton tithing), Ham , Little Hinton , Netheravon (with its detached tithing of West

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    not long, probably, after the evacuation of Yorktown was resolved upon, of the rebel Secretary of War, General Huger, General Longstreet, and some others of the leading military authorities, at which it was determined not to attempt to hold the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gives the following relating to the battle of Monday (June 30th). It says, on Sunday morning (29th) Generals Hill and Longstreet, with their divisions, crossed the Chicka- hominy, and late on Monday, p.m., attacked the enemy about five miles north-cast Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Manassasun ctionwith' another body was prevented by General McDowell, who interposed his corps, and forcing westward the Confederate General, Longstreet, who had passed through the Gap, brought that General in the way of being fought and beaten at Kettle Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to Manassas through Gainsville and his main body, moving down from White Plains through Thoroughfare Gap. This was completely accomplished, Longstreet, who had passed through the Gap, being driven back to the west side. The forces to Greenwich were designed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    old Manassa battle-field. Jackson's forces were estimated at 30,000. On Fridae eorning Jackson undoubtedly succeeded in effecting a junction witl Longstreet. It is considered certain, also, that large portions of th, rebel army succeeded in uniting with their hardly pressed Subscribers-only content

 

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