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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Woking

    of Woking in 1280 -1, 88 Mayford is called part of Woking Manor . It remained he reafter attached to Woking . The tithing of Mayford appears in 1666 . 89 Tenements in Mayford occur frequently in Feet of Fines.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in its gecuinenero. SoId mnly i CaPsuled Implletri IIalf-plant. 2e. ad.; Pints, 4-. fd.t Qnarts, 93 by all Cheilsts. Sole Can- signes Ariser Mayford, sad Co., 77, Strand, Lclndon.-tamrtion, Itesist anprincipled attempts to subsiitute other kinds. 200 I I I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to the action of the u ,HomE SECr.ETArtY in refusing permission to certain children in industrial schools at Felthamz and Mayford to emigrate to Canada, and moved 3 -for papers on the subject. Lord DE RAmgsE, inl reply, said the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    atteniu to the action of the Eomr Searetary in refining pemssion bo eatnin children in lndustrial Schools at Feltham aend Mayford " to emigrate to Canada, and moved for papere on the f subject. I Lord DE RAMSEY hoped tbat Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    inolal ea in -ike ma rll property a Foremarn's Hous e nO 1ve apartments. anald Miase'a Rouse, known us -I Mayford Tall" I containing elaeaL apWstmeo2s, sith large garden, &e. im whe;fole gpo-end anenfer to 7So. In: ap. or threbret, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    geon, to the Ccinr; Frederickl Munday advanced to first-class paymaster; NV. J. K. I-tall, advanced to second-class paymaster; W. II. Mayford, advanced to third-class paymaster. TIM POTATo DisE:isE.-A correspondent of the Bristol Times, vritilig from Pucklechiurch. near Bristol, says:_ Ve Subscribers-only content

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