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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Lower Lemington

    and five cottages round the farm-yard. Oldborough Farm, north of the village, was built by 1777 , 11 the name suggesting it was on a long-occupied site; a few brick cottages were built near Oldborough Farm between 1884 and 1903

  • * British History Online *

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    Inquisitions, 1588

    Newton, Garth, Lund, Barton, Levenyng, Westowe, Acclome, Dighton Ingmanthorpe, Kelvington, Thornbaugh, Midleton, Wheldrake, Rose in Holdernes, Marefleete, Ulram, Barnesburton, Fossham, Oldborough, Kingborough, Wydernewik, Riall, Attwick, Wassand, Bennyngham, Grymston, Garton in Holdern es, Mountewike Tonstall, Waxham, Hornpton, Hornesey, Ottringham, Edderwick, Est

    Index of places

    , co. Hampshire, 236. Odstone , co. Leicester, 129, 306 307 Okeingham , co. Bucks, 309. Old Bailey , 298. Oldborough , co. Devon, 276, 278. Oldburgh , co. York, 119, 121. Old Change , 187, 267. Old Fish Street

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1kartircitar favourite, and what we comsider as equally .i gituual atftl insutx live in iovel-wriltg, is the characIer of Lord Oldborough, a nobleman who has plinged in the thick of politics out of a. maingied feeling of misapthropy and patriotisin. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I, however, cannot allow my name to appear among your list of stewards, one at least of the representatives of Oldborough liha no such scruples. I Sir George Gorgon is among you; and though I differ from that honourable baronet Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    this county for police purposes. a In respect of Aloestar Union, Mi. Dugdalo said the com- b mittse considered that Oldborough should be transferred from Worcestershire to Warwiekshire. The other three d Worcestershirc parishes, viz., Abbotts Morton, Fecsenham,to sod Ink-berrow, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Captain Hubbard. On Mon- day, the owner, Mr. William Chestley, M'Donald-place, Hartlepool, received a letter from the captain, posted at Oldborough, stating that the vessel was all right; but it appears that on the following day, whilst in the " Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Captain Hubbard. On Men- ley, the owner, Mer. Wi1liam Chestley, M'Donurld-place, I-artlepoo], received a letter from the captain, posted at Oldborough, stating that the vessel was all right' but it i appeiars that on the following day, whilst in the Subscribers-only content

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