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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The borough of Pershore

    for Oldland is first noticed in 1426 , 61 but Newland apparently never had a constable. Similar ordinances as to games, victuallers, dogs, & c., were made in these courts as in the portmote. 62 The existing rolls for Oldland

    Parishes Pershore , Holy Cross

    s . in 1291 , 126 and is probably the 'mill of the lord' mentioned in a Court Roll of Oldland in 1504 . 127 It may, perhaps, be identified with ' Pershore Myllys,' of which the last Abbot of

    Townships Pendleton

    year; ibid. 123. A messuage called the 'Ayster,' with 10 acres of oxgang land, occurs in 1548 ; ibid. 155. Oldland , Greenhey, Lower Oxgang , Ringyard and Deyne are other local names. Lancs . Inq. and Extents , i,

    Edmonton Economic history

    in Bury field, and 26 a. in Ashcrofts. Mostly consisting of closes between Hounds field and Pury field and including Oldland grove, which was probably the demesne grove mentioned in the 13th and 14th cents.: Hatfield C.P.M. Suppl. 27. V.C.H.

    Index K-Z

    Amice of, Oldberrow (Warws.), Oldbury upon Severn , see Shepherdine Oldend , see Stonehouse Oldisworth, Edw., Eliz., see Clutterbuck; Rob., Oldland , John, Rector of King's Stanley, Ralph, Oliver , A. C., Rector of Fretherne , Mary, see Sinclair; Thos.,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The most perfect model we ever sow of this Class of books." -John Bull. London: Hamilton, Adams, and Co. Bristol: Oldland and Mlay. HR J. D. HARDING'S EDUCATIONAL WORKS ON ART. On August l7th was published, A NEW WORK by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    perfect model we ever saw of this class of book,,L - o donn Boll. London: Ofamilton, Adanas, and Co. Bristol: Oldland and Hay London: Printed by Cnsniuco REvsoetL, at the Priating-ofmce of itseoceLL and WEosoer, Number 16 Little Pultensy street Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aMre reported to the ( Cl. police as missiisg-thtl baker's man who was washed away, w4 laa young mean named Oldland, and a% little girl aged nine. idIt is thong it possible, however, that 'the last-named ha nd been detained Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AIDeLS ,ack Tfriend; wilU please accept this (the onI intimzation ¢ nof Mr6AGLE.-On. the 5th inst atS7. wlivim Street'LoreUL the Oldland, the wife of W. 15 Rlealesie Lhat SoDESi.-On the 29th uit., at his residence, 46, Lee Cresrelit, loot bston, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    carriages, and live and dead farming stock. and £30,000. ; and lie devises to her his real estate in Willsbridge, Oldland, Halham, and his land at Bitton absolutely. He devises to his brother, Mr. Edward Pritchard. the Lodge, and Ryecroft Subscribers-only content

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