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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Teversham Economic history

    Dengaines manor in 1328 64 was perhaps that which stood on the Millhill acre, still belonging to that manor in 1567 , beside Hinton and Millhill ways in Millhill field. 65 Another windmill was settled for the Jermys with 'Bassingbourns'

    Girton Economic History

    126 a.), mentioned in 1540 , east of the village. The Watercodds (103 a.), recorded in 1202 , 62 and Millhill field (111 a.) lay south of the village, while Church field (250 a.), so named by 1493 , 63

    Milton Economic history

    . 1635, 3 and the path from New Close to the site of the mill in 1683 . 4 Another Millhill furlong and way were in th e west part of South field c . 1635. 5 No corn mill

    Graveley Economic history

    the village. 88 Another windmill, owned by copyholders and newly built c . 1590, then stood in a close on Millhill in Knill field. 89 It was perhaps demolished in the 1620s . 90 Brickhill furlong in Knill field was

    Parishes Abington Pigotts

    1728 the two main fields were each divided, perhaps for a triennial rotation, into three sections, from two of which, Millhill field to the west and Wendy moor field to the east, the main fields later took the names which

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hyde, 1000I.; James King and Sons, Roehdale, 1000t.; Messrs Booth, Rochdale, 10001.; Peter Dixon and Co., Carlisle, 10001.; Joseph Eccles, Millhill, near Blackburne, 1,0001.; Eccles Shorrock, of Darwen, lOOI..; H. and G. Ashworth, Turtor., near Bolton, 1000!.; Pilkington, Brothers, Blackburn, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    erae, the neighbourhood, has recebtly been erected by Lord Kin- pr runo naird, in the vicinity of the farm of Millhill, occupied by he heir his Lordlship's factor,AMr. M'Laren. The curative properties th t In of the hath have already Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1865. 6 5. 1 1 6 4 CENTRAL WAREHOUSE to LET. Bower's.ooer. C Roomy. North lights. Inquire at No. S, Millhill, Lees P 6418 IKINSON'S-COURT, 8, Lowerhead-row.-To LE'r, A Three good ROOMS suitable for workshops or for warehousing purposes. Apply Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    who, it is said, has been appointed to the vacant see of Chester, was educated at the Dissenting school at Millhill. Ho was also a student at Hlomerton flellegf, under our late townsman Dr. John Pye Smith.- Sflm ffield Independent. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    0. A. Wiison, Muficsirller, and Auctioneer, 17, Albion-svtrae , . 1a Agent for the Company.a F 21711 a OA.N SOjOjWJY Millhill -SURS Of £1l to £LI8, rapayableweelrlj L o Aot lyS)VANCEI Don = ,al or Other seosarity. Atton? ffMBINGLEY, Agent. Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index of subjects and places

    6, 509; trumpeter, 507. See also Soldiers . Milldam (Mylnedame) crooks of, 52, 61, 78, 93, 533, 546. head, 533. Millhill , 451, 530, 546. Mill lands , 527, 533. Mills , 66, 107, 110, 534; collections of excise at,

    Henry VIII, October 1509, 01 October 1509-31 October 1509

    dec., to whom by pat. 2 March 19 Hen. VII. the two windmills upon le Castlehill and the ground called Millhill to the south of them, were leased for 60 years, 10 l . (10) From Andrew Hawardine, bailiff and

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