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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Trotton Parish Church of St George Trotton Milland Chapel

    of Milland , which was constituted a separate parish in 1863 and enlarged in 1877 by the inclusion, for ecclesiastical purposes, of the hamlets of Rake and Langley , in Rogate . A new church was built at Milland in

    Stockland Bristol Economic history

    c . 1614, but in 1655 the site was said to have been flooded by the sea. 70 Land called Milland in the 14th century and in the 19th century incorporated into the grounds of Stockland Manor , may also

    Parishes Colemore

    marriage with Thomas Uvedale of Wickham (co. Hants ) in 1549 . 32 Their daughter Ellen married Peter Bettesworth of Milland (co. Sussex ), 33 whose father Thomas Bettesworth bought Colemore Farm from the Uvedales for £80. 34 Peter Bettesworth

    Parishes Chilcomb

    Chilcomb Without the rest of the parish 1 with the addition in the same year of the rural parts of Milland , St. John , St. Peter Cheesehill, and Winnall . 2 In November, 1900 , part of Chilcomb Without

    Winchester The ancient custom

    , and in the East Soke a constable and three tithingmen, those of St. John 's, St. Peter Cheesehill and Milland ( Hants Repository ), ii, 305. Si plee seit de denzens auerunt aiornement de 8 iours e de foreyns

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ABDWARE, ho.-Wasted,eone or two good Commissions, part &lL pa , by a Gentleman well knovn over Lancashire, icotch 0 sad Milland cu0nt=eie. Unexceptionable reforences.-Addrsoe, 497, ally Post. c9OO7 -ITRON=BBISTEAD Manufacturers-A Traveller, with large ox. it 1 rience, is Open to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    used Inthe aolt2 i. p lIA. DatS -Three godindt Apl, ~~'.,.,2 11 iii~~~,Itt Street._ ________ 223 y~.) nd 1 ers-, Milland FrelOliiY TeiIn Street, Wolvertanjp- I) te iigll -Walhan)Vusto B~ImecrStreet.Stu tati c? Ifon11h ici aWrulhoue.-AppllY, UlcllrY 11rP'e, Itsil~rd Bor35), iin Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sohl in boxes,. a'i. each, by ail Chemists, or seirt for 60 stamps by the Makerse the Lincoln and Inr: Milland Counties Drug Company Linicoln. Wholesale AgeW Barclay and Sone a all the Wholesale 11io1sise - ERVOUSNESS, LOSS OF ENERGY Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Claims JorNT SeICRlEs RoS- W. C. MACDONALD and P. B. MACDONALD. L LOSSES PA]D OVER £16,000,000. Applimationsfor Agenciesin the Milland Districtto bh addressed to the Branch Ofce, Colm ore Row, Birmingham. 1t7 WILLIAM ATKI~i SON, Lots] Secretor. -NGLISH AND Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1 VJ myttco s 1314 'EL4 OIWAYS. b b5.lirmingham and Aston 3' 81,, 9 -4 IC) 10 1iirniing1~wat and 3 Milland 4 - '. 100 10 Dittjc . 5i. le . ....... 100- I0 B'inninghani Cential ....6 -,/ 7%.7 100100 Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Surnames beginning 'M'

    : John, ser, 3.5 Jos; Mary, w; Mary, d, 47.8 Marg, 51.8 Mill Geo, ser, s of £600 man, 80.9 Milland Isaac, 57.11 Millard Ric; Mary, w; John, s; Mary, d; Ann, d, 5.13 Millburne : Abigall; Martha , sis,

    Entry Book, May 1688, 10-20, 10 May 1688-18 May 1688

    and valued as above at 40 s. per an .; likewise the two acres of pasture in a close called Milland near a place called Whitcross in South Brent and valued as above at 20 s .: which said premises

    Elizabeth, December 1583, 01 December 1583-31 December 1583

    velvot, pryce of the dublatt and hois, . . . xx lib . Item , twa clokis the ane of Milland stuff callit haberloushe permentit with blak raisit velvot and ane blak lais about him, pryce viij l . Item Subscribers-only content

    Index, S

    2157. South Benfleet see Benfleet. - Bere Forest see New Forest. - Botternell see Botternell. - Brent (co. Somerset), Langland, Milland and Whitcross, 1895. - Cave (co. Yorks), 1452. - Church (St. Andrew, Auckland, co. Durham), 693. - Creake (co.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    STEWARD, John (c.1637-94), of Milland, Trotton, Suss.

    (c.1637-94), of Milland, Trotton, Suss. Constituency Dates Midhurst 1660 Midhurst 31 May 1661 Ofifces Held J.p. Suss. July 1660-bef. 1680, 1687-?d., commr. for assessment 1661-80, 1689. Biography Steward’s father, a younger son of the East Anglian family, bought Milland and

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