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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Awre AWRE AND BLAKENEY 1880

    though largely of the 19th century, incorporates an early 17th-century range, which includes a room with moulded and chamfered beams. Oatfield Farm, standing above Gatcombe but connected to it by an old hollow way, was apparently the home of Richard

    Frampton on Severn Introduction Frampton-on-Severn c. 1800

    was a piece of manorial waste called Woodend Green , with one house beside it, in 1782 . 73 At Oatfield , on the road to Wheatenhurst , there were five houses by 1879 , two more had been built

    Townships Salford

    in 1605 , holding ten messuages or burgages, with 10 acres of land, & c., the Pinfold , land called Oatfield and Checkers (improved from the waste), and 'the Island' by the Irwell, in Salford , also a burgage and

    Index K-Z

    ( Salop .) , Oaklands Park , see Awre Oakwood (in Newland and Dean Forest ) , Oakwood brook , Oatfield Farm , see Awre ochre , see mining Ockall , Hen., Offa's Dyke , Oldcroft , see Dean Forest

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, M, N, O, 01 December 1671-17 May 1672

    soldiers for correspondent at English prize at ill correspondence at Dutch fleet said to be between Dunkirk and Otefield or Oatfield , John, Presbyterian, licences requested for, licences to, receipts for licences to Ottie , or Otty (Otteway), Robert, Independent, Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, May 6-10, 1672, 06 May 1672-10 May 1672

    Low Leyton, Essex, as meeting-places for Presbyterian ministers who have taken out licences for their persons already; and for John Oatfield and Luke Cranwell, both Presbyterians, at the houses of Thomas Sleigh and Samuel Warde at Derby. [ Ibid. No Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sea," by Arthur Severn, is ambitious, and in a certain sense effective; and W. Bradley sends a pretty sketch of "Oatfield, Bucks." Mr. Overend has hardly been successful when dealing with " The Phantom Ship," and Miss Edith Marti- neau's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    348, Soho fload. handswvortha. o2W3 at ROR.-Engegonment Desirod. Age 29. Experience 14 yearn. B. G hls or Family. Town referencrs.-1ntinerly, Oatfield Rend. elY/i1 ig dGYOORS.Brnc Menagor, ¶fnaveller, Warehouse or Cosonter- Poetla. Fite yearn' experience. - Address, It. 23, Daily S.(R Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the death of Mr. Whelan, whose death was alleged to have been oaausqd by Mr. Oatfield, his partner. It appeared that the deceased and Mr. Oatfield carried on business as wine and spirit merchants at Birkenhead, and that on Thursday Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Moorgate Street. 22W THE ORENVER AND WHEAL ABRAHAM UNITED MINING COMPANY (LIHITED). Established for Working the celcbnated Crenver, Wheal Abraham, Oatfield, Wheal Sarah, and Tronoweth Mines, Situated In the parish of Crowan, hi the county of Cornwall. held under Leaeeq Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    JEtNlIlNGS. Dietnist Superintedent. THE CRENVER AND WHEAL ABRAHAM UNITFD MINING COMPANY (LIMIT8D). Established for' Working the colelirated Cronver, Wheal Abraham, Oatfield, Wheal Sarah, and Tronoweth Mines, Situated In the parish of Crowran, in the county of Cornwall, hold under Leases, Subscribers-only content

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