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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Otterbourne

    general Inclosure Act by the award of 24 June, 1837 . Among place-names mentioned in extant records are Millands or Millhouse 4 and Aldermoore and Boyton Mead 5 (xviii cent.). MANORS Lands in OTTERBOURNE as parcel of the district of

    Thornton THORNTON 1616

    'brushwood inclosure', but the alternative name Storwood began to be used in the early 17th century. At Thornton the name Millhouse appeared in the 14th century, 2 and there was later an outlying group of buildings known as Millhouses .

    Patching

    reference is presumably to a water-mill, the obvious site for which would be below Patching pond; and a place called Millhouse was mentioned in 1680 as being near the common, which lay in that area. 47 There seems to have

    Parishes Chicklade

    farm was worked from the buildings near Hindon . 257 A mill path was mentioned in 1601 258 and possibly Millhouse lane in 1705 . 259 There was a windmill house on the west side of the Chicklade-Hindon road in

    Townships Chipping

    early as 1523 to Margaret daughter of John Bradley . Sir Richard Shireburne of Stonyhurst and Roger Shireburne of ' Millhouse ' in 1554 agreed that the latter should not alienate his estate, and that in default of male issue

  • * British History Online *

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    Supplementary Records, Skelsmergh and Paton

    Green owned an estate valued at 116 18s. 7d. And Dorothy Morley, widow of William Morley owned a house called "Millhouse" at Patton, and two closes for life of her mother Agnes Holme. English Catholic Nonjurors of 1715. 1724/5 15

    Records of Kendale, The recusants

    Stainton and a cottage at Heversham, valued at 16s. Dorothy Morley, widow of William Morley, who owned a house called "Millhouse" at Patton and two close s for life of her mother, Agnes Holme. William Thornburgh of Selside Hall, gent.,

    Index, L - Z

    240. Mill Brow , K. Lonsdale , 280 n , 289. Miller William , 18. Miller Bridge , 91, 96. Millhouse , Patton , 48, 136. Millom Church , 35. Milne , Mabel, 104, 105. Milness , Stainton , 240.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that calls in question the humanity of our Scottish neighbours for their conduct to Robert Burns !-S leeftiried Iris; [Poor Millhouse has long been ailing, and theonly institution to which he could have access in his destitution has not been Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Annexionen," in which it says it has received a suggestion "from a German quarter " that Switzer- land should receive Millhouse or Constance after the war. " We are much obliged," proceeds the BLud, " for this kind offer, but Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    died on - his way to tise Manchester Infirmary,' thus bringing up s the killed to twenty. Persons living at Millhouse, a I. quarter of a mile from the scene of the accident, describe . the noise of the falling Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    N.R.A., 50; £2. 1ls., Lieutenant Dutton Hunt, Hythe Staff, 49; l2. 10s., Sir F. Loder, N. R. A., 48. HiLnnousm-Singlerifle: Millhouse C p, or£12. las.: Private Ellicott, 2nd Cornwall, 14. Doube rifle: Mill- house Cup, or £12. 12s.: Major Williamson, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I-,night's Klhooshl Mr. Graves's Greenleaf bent Alr. WVaidron's What a Tip lr. Ililyard's 1lienwathlr beat Mr. Coornbe's Punsher Mir. Avilliars'e Millhouse beat Mr. Street' Scout HMr. WVldron's Warpath beat Ir. Sydenham's By.snd.By Bir. Flower's Foams beat Mr. Simpkhins's Springtleldu Tle Subscribers-only content

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