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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Bedhampton

    The road which leads northward from Belmont to Waterlooville goes through the heart of this be autifully wooded country, Little Parkwood , Neville's Park, and Beech Wood being the names of the largest stretches of woodland. The area of the

    Parishes Baddesley Clinton BADDESLEY CLINTON HALL

    ground slopes gently to a level of 350 ft. at the canal. At Park Farm this road branches westward to Parkwood , and eastwards and then north by the Roman Catholic church to join the Birmingham-Warwick road . The Roman

    Parishes Sandridge

    Albans . Place-names which occur are Nasselond, Porterswicke, Bowberyes, Hamines, Kingesfelde, Wiggswood, Blaydesland Grove , Hill End Ground , and Parkwood . At Coleman's Green there stands an old ivy-covered chimney to which is affixed a tablet stating that John

    Stoke Newington Education

    moved into new buildings in 1969 , when Daniel Defoe closed. New primary schools opened at Grasmere ( 1965 ), Parkwood in Finsbury Park ( 1969 ), and Grazebrook ( 1970 ). In the voluntary sector the Jewish Avigdor primary

    Parishes Great Staughton GREAT STAUGHTON . PARISH CHURCH OF ST ANDREW

    In 1655 the manor (or a moiety) was sold by Sir John Burgoyne , Edward Cater , Henry Porter of Parkwood (co. Warwick ), and Robert Burgoyne of Sutton , son and heir of the above Peter Burgoyne , to

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, P, Q, 01 March 1628-30 June 1629

    Berkhampstead, Bushey, Cole, Cornbury, Easthamstead, Eltham, Grafton, Greenwich, Hampton Court, Hanslope, Hartwell, Hyde, Manshull, Marsly, Potters Pury, Raby, Rolleston, Theobalds. Parkwood , William, warrant to Parliament , clerk of, see Wright. Parliament of 1628: Elections of members to the House Subscribers-only content

    Entry Book, November 1672, 01 November 1672-30 November 1672

    the Pipe for a new grant to Capt. Humphrey Whitgrave, upon surrender, of the wood, underwood, and woodland called Abbes Parkwood, containing nine acres with its appurtenances; and the wood, underwood and woodland called Great Hawkes Hill wood, containing 40

    Charles I - volume 145, June 17-30, 1629, 17 June 1629-30 June 1629

    I., Vol . xi., No . 3. ] June 22. Westminster. Warrant to pay to David Floud, Tobie Bayly,. William Parkwood, and Hill Rose, four Grooms of the Queen's Chamber in ordinary, an allowance of 2 s . per diem Subscribers-only content

    General Index, H, I, J, K, 01 March 1628-30 June 1629

    Chamberlain, see Sackville, Edward, Earl of Dorset. her chapel grooms of her chamber, see Bayly, Tobie; Floud, David; Montagutt, Bartholomew; Parkwood, William; Rose, Hill. Equerry to, see Civett, Pierre. liveries for Master of her Horse, see Goring, George, Lord. Physician Subscribers-only content

    General Index, C, 01 March 1628-30 June 1629

    Ordnance Lieutenant of the Ordnance Sir Nicholas Overbury Merial Pamplyn Richard Paramour Nicholas Parker Thomas Parker Sir William Parkhurst William Parkwood Thomas Paske, D.D. Valentine Passey Nicholas Pay Richard Peck Colonel George John Peblis William, Earl of Pembroke Capt. John Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SECHEVILLE (SACHEVILL), Richard, of Tavistock, Devon.

    July 1421.[footnote] Richard himself witnesse deeds for his fellow burgesses from 1407 onwards. His own holdings included a garden at Parkwood and dwellings at Tavistockf for which he paid rent to the local abbey; and he acted as a feoffee

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Officers.r essrs Crosby and Tabart. Beokselters Ext raordinary.,-,M'ssrs. Cooke, Lane, Hogg, Tegg, M. A. and Hughes; 7ratter.-Mr. hre. 'azor-melker.-M r. Parkwood, Jteesenger.-Mri John Bell, Seniof . *ufonsa.-*MMr. J; IT. Prince, Author of hiumeroni Pub- lications, Menbte of an immense number Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    extendive Trade. For further partIculars, an d to treat for tho purehase, apply to aIr, aeorge 1reow, Bookseller, Orchard itreet. Parkwood eRminre, Shef- field; or to Mr. D. W. Heath, Solicitor, Sb. Potere COhurch Wralk, Nottiagham' 751 ALE CASKS FOR Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gentlemen present were Mr. George Dixon, M.P. ; Rovds, Dr. Wilkinson, S. Bache, P. M. Smythe, and G. IV. Johnson (Parkwood); Dre. Bell Fleteher, Fleming, HIeslop, and Wade; Messre, X Gem, G. F. Muntz, T, Lloyd. J. 0. Bacohus. Goo. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    £200,000. for the purpose, is to be erected at Tavistock. The Duke of Bedfford has offered a site on the Parkwood R7oadl, near that tow n, consisting of 20 acres, which the trustees have accepted, and which wrill go a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    U. 3. I rienin, Galce i Smith, E. L imion7, m-~W. H., HALF-A-GUINEA EACH, Barber, Stephen rloore, Jaiolo Ilest 0'1arlee Parkwood, Charled Brdlhey, MUDA A. Partridge, 0. B. irdwn, iE. lRedfor, Ht. HI. Carr, teiodatus RcBdItrn, W. S. Co memn., Subscribers-only content

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