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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Lyng Local government

    the early 15th century to the swanimote jurisdiction of North Petherton park, administered as a royal forest and known as Parkhouse . 85 The Hospitallers' tenants at Lyng and the tithingman of Lyng were present at a court leet at

    Durston Local government

    early 15th century to the swanimote jurisdiction of North Petherton park, administered as a royal forest 8 and known as Parkhouse . 9 In 1327 Cogload was taxed as part of the Hospitallers' free manor of Halse , 10 and

    Parishes Kilve

    the 'old mansion' or Kilve Farm. 80 It evidently ceased to be a farmhouse when its land was linked with Parkhouse farm in the late 19th century, and has since been known as the Priory or Kilve Priory. By 1906

    Parishes Carisbrooke

    on Parkhurst Forest . 230 Besides the tenants of Alvington Manor , those of the tenement called Park Place or Parkhouse and two of the tenants of the manor of Bowcombe had pasture on the Lawnes. A survey of the

    The parish of Furness

    1; Peaseholme, Robert Leache and Richard Piper , 1; Stanke, Yarlside Cote , 3; Newton and Billingcote, 4; Waltoncote and Parkhouse , 1; Killerwick and Mousell, 1; Northend , 1; Northscale with Idelcote, 3; Biggar , 5; Southend , 1;

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    17 February 1817, 17 February 1817

    Fish- ery.Northern LightHouses, Herring Fish¬ ery, Accounts respecting, delivered. The House being informed, " That Mr. George " Parkhouse attended;" He was called in ; and delivered at the Bar, pur¬ suant to the Directions of an Act of Parliament, Subscribers-only content

    28 January 1818, 28 January 1818

    Wilson Writer in Glasgow, John Maxwell Esquire, only Son of Sir John Max¬ well of Pollock, Baronet, Robert Walk'mshaw of Parkhouse, Alexander Speirs younger of'Culcreuch, Robert Wallace of Kelly, William Cuningham " Cuningham Graham of Gartmore, James Murdoch " Merchant Subscribers-only content

    9 February 1818, 9 February 1818

    Writer in Glasgow, John Maxwell Esquire, " only Son of Sir John Maxwell of Pollock, Baronet, " Robert Walkinshaw of Parkhouse, Alexander Spiers " younger of Culcreuch, Robert Wallace of Kelly, " William Cunninghame Cunninghame Graham of " Gartmore, James Subscribers-only content

    16 February 1818, 16 February 1818

    That the said Accounts do lie on the Table. The House being informed, " That Mr. George I3th Report " Parkhouse attended ;" of Carnatic Com". deli- He was called in ; and delivered at the Bar, pur- vered. suant Subscribers-only content

    4 May 1818, 4 May 1818

    Paisley " Lane, at the West Side of the Entry to the New " Bridge of Glasgow, by or near Parkhouse, to the " East End of the Bridge at Renfrew." Ordered, That the said Bill be committed to the Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Story. Bodies feend: Sirs It. SuttonSties it. FaryJanede KSte A^ . Dart,, Staster A. Davis, leg amputated. , ss . Parkhouse, Mis Incidents ofthe Collision.-Mr G. Andrews, a young farmer, a native Of Trenance, St Austell, Cornwall, a chief-cabin passenger, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fanny Parkhouse. The former lady, the daughter of a disreputable drunken old tragedian named Bowles, has been an actress, and is now married to a gentleman con- siderably older than herself, and a partner in the banking firm of Parkhouse, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as a safe vehicle. The inquest was T adjourned. b : A serious explosion occurred yesterday morning, hI at the Parkhouse Pit, belonging to the Clay Cross pi Iron and Coal Company. A considerable number St of men are employed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and has resulted, it is feared, .eroua loss of life and great destruction of property. The exploslon occurred at the Parkhouse or No. 7 Pit, a Th t which coal Was won in 1874. The shaft is 185 yards pit, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    shown the utmost fearlessness, turned'to the left'after descending the Clay the Cross abaft, and got within 1,700 yards of the Parkhouse shaft without seeing any evidence of the qplosion, except inheaps of dust and displaced timber. B~iI at this point Subscribers-only content

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