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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Ridgmont

    took place in 1264 Henry de Northwood was one of those against whom the villeins rose. 94 Mention of the Northwoods ' land, however, is very scarce, though from their position they must have been leading people in the parish.

    Skipwith SKIPWITH 1769 NORTH DUFFIELD 1760

    the glebe was accounted at 28 a., but by 1716 a further 78 a., comprising closes called Great and Little Northwoods , had been given in lieu of the small tithes of land adjoining North Duffield Hall . 88 The

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SAVAGE, Sir Arnold II (c.1382-1420), of Bobbing, Kent.

    settlement on Arnold and his bride-to-be, Katherine Scales, who was distantly related to the Savages through her mother’s family, the Northwoods. Arnold was probably still a minor when, in November 1402, he appeared at the Exchequer to stand surety for

    SAVAGE, Sir Arnold I (1358-1410), of Bobbing, Kent.

    To them he was soon to add a tenancy in the manor of Shorne, under his kinsmen by marriage the Northwoods, along with a reversionary interest in the lordship of the same place. After his death these properties, as then

    THORPE, Sir Edmund (d.1418), of Ashwellthorpe, Norf.

    Aspall, the manors of Stonham Aspall and Cowling in Suffolk and Steeple in Essex; while from her father’s family, the Northwoods, she had inherited an interest in lands in Kent.[footnote] Furthermore, in about 1394 Joan purchased the manor of Whittlesford

  • * British History Online * *

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    Volume G 250, April 1650, 01 April 1650-30 April 1650

    Merick. John Corbett. Hen. Vaughan. Thos. Ford. John Clough. Thos. Milward. Rich. Morris. Thos. Holland. Wm. Dacks. Lewis Davies. Wm. Northwoods. Thos, Phillipps. Isaac Martin, clerk. Edw. Morris. John Haynes. Hen. Baughe. Thos. Edwards. Edwards, of Killhewry. Mat. Price. Thos. Subscribers-only content

    Warrants, Letters, etc., 1739, April-June, 02 April 1739-28 June 1739

    Street, and Great Ryder Street. Ibid. Same to same from Edward Harley. For same of same of Harleigh Woods and Northwoods, and of the forest of Ackwood and Cwmberwyn in the County of Radn or. Ibid , p. 123. Same

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    into owiners' trunks. r -Ad( reas, QG.. E veson, Corporatiol btreet. e5575 i{w)O ING-RA1NGRb5Ogailt4 feel, opess fire; nearlr nev: 5 Northwoods maike-Apply: Qacen, Adenley Street, Bordem-b icy. c62B2 be 'IOORINGO ANGE, 3 feet; closed fir. Cheap.-IV, H. Verralis, St (J Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -~'O~ Sl fOPS AN~D BUSINESSES. acdCgr Business for Sale; doing a good trade,- P~ t7,Get King Street, Birmingham. d I . ll70 pri~eojtag~,theGoodwill of a Furniture ftmoa'lcicsadCoal Mrlnt, carried ou, at West ~bOnihtgte aihtoHorses, CatVanfa, and other Effects Cotnovd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    carried. - Otler sjeakers followed, supporting further m resolutions in accordammce with the objectssadvocated. t1l LTNA ' 'EI ENsUcRY.-At the-- Northwoods Lunatic ca Asylum, near Bristol, yesterday, Mr. Graham, sniater in lunacy, held an enqumiry into the mental conditiomi of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rensington, Len'lon.-Mr. Smith stated that On the 10th of August, he receiveci a letter from the pri- soner, dated from Northwoods Strect, Eirmingham, and healed, " IV. Spurrier, electro-plate goods of every description," in which he was asked if he Subscribers-only content

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