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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Woolavington

    into four fields: East, South, West, and Crany or Crandon. They were very small, possibly including the area known as Martland in the south-west, and land known as Sog and Waterpit implies that even this slightly higher ground had problems

    Introduction Introduction

    eastern boundary with Woolavington follows a straight hedge, the southern part of which runs through a former common arable field, Martland , whose name was shared with Woolavington , and through a possible ditched bowl barrow. 10 The area of

  • * British History Online * *

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    Addenda and Corrigenda

    For 2nd Earl of Rochester read 5th Earl of Rochester. Page 748. Under Lauderdale, Earl of. For Martland read Maitland. Page 786. Under Osborne, Sir Thomas. For Derby read Danby. VOLUME XXV, PART II Page 243, line 32. For Hay,

    Surnames beginning 'M'

    s, 17.6 Wm, attorney, 63.3 Wm, ser, 32.21 , 74.21 Martinscroft : Martha, 26.18 Peter; Eliz, w; Penelope, d, 59.6 Martland Mary, app, 9.3 Martor Jos, ser, 55.12 Martyr Joane, 4.6 Marvell : Nir, [sic ] bach, 43.24 Ric, ser,

    General Index, M, N, O, 01 January 1697-31 December 1697

    Henry, R.N. John (c.) Peter, debtor, forfeiture of Capt. Richard (g.) Martinique , British ships at, epidemic at, ship of Martland , Ralph (p.) Mary , late Queen, anniversary of her death coachman to gift to grant by (d'Este), wife Subscribers-only content

    Index, L, 01 January 1710-31 December 1710

    Lincolnshire to, 203. Lauder , co. Berwick, Surveyor of Window Duties in. See Liddesdale, D. Lauderdale , Earl of. See Martland, John. Laundress . See Queen's Laundress. Launy , D', colonel, memorial, 571. Laurence . See Lawrence. Lautail , T.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pat oorentIau'Rhi ~r&ayilna 01 -M oto4am of 40 ~TSE~ifT~ b~4m~43jhdow, the toll'%Lxa a Cat 0 -t . K. - ~OMkt Th"1e~1nt -Alurin .,,.. ....m... 1I0 * Ditto o barJi ,, ., 16 -~4 lruC?4 Ibe vweill o a 114.4,. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    niingharn, as security for a loan of 12s., which- he obtained on the representation that he was Captain Maitland or Martland, and that he lived in the. agley Road. Several additional witnesses w now C-lled to prove that the couple Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Actuary. .X.aMsINERS. AGENTS. for ' Lceds- .- . R Hobson, 1.D,- -Ml. IW T. Smith, Solicitor sit, Blackburn *** R Martland, M.D. *. ltr S. Moore Hai Bolton .*- James Black, M.D. .hr, J. K. Watkiles wa Halifax ........ R. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - Icy, Lofthousie, Hudson, Stephenson, Nfoxon, Wilkinson. ae arid Hammond, Hull; Al. Turner, Bsv~ertey l Bow-mnan, )f f itleitond; Alnsswortii, Martland, Charmley, Weddle, said, Fox, Scarborough;I Sherwood, Driffield; Dixon, Barton;- ir Deightoni and Mutioon, Burdelkin, and Marsh; York; Baines I. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    s 10.51 ANTED several Sums under £l,000 easch, on sec ity of good frehold protertleo in Leeds. Apply to Meosr,. Martland and Davy, Alblun-Etreet, Leeds. D 11011 G OANS.-The Derlington Local Board of Health are open to take L LOANS Subscribers-only content

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