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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Crowland

    1051 . During the abbacy of Osketul the bones of St. Neot were brought to Crowland . The monastery of Peakirk was united to Crowland , and ruled by Abbot Wulgeat after 1044. Whether these traditions had any foundation in

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    11 May 1772, 11 May 1772

    Prefervation of the Great Bank of the River Wclland " from Spalding High Bridge, through Cowbit Peakhill, " Crowland, and Peakirk; and for making and keep- " ing in Repair a Road thereon; and from thence to " the Village Subscribers-only content

    11 May 1772, 11 May 1772

    the Great Bank of the Ri- ^BiiK " ver Weiland from Spalding High Bridge, through " Cowbit, Peakill, Crowland, and Peakirk, and for " making and keeping in Repair a Road thereon, " and from thence to the Village of Subscribers-only content

    15 May 1772, 15 May 1772

    Prefervation of the Great " Bank of the River Weiland from Spalding High Bridge *c through Cowbit, Peakhill, Crowland, and Peakirk; ?' and for making and keeping in Repair a Road *' thereon ; and from thence to the Village Subscribers-only content

    18 May 1772, 18 May 1772

    better Prefervation of the Great Bank of the Ri¬ ver Weiland from Spalding High Bridge, through Cowbit, Peakill, Crowland, and Peakirk, and for making and keeping in Repair a Road thereon, and " from thence to the Village of Glenton, Subscribers-only content

    21 May 1772, 21 May 1772

    of the " Great Bank of the River Weiland from Spnlding " High Biidge, through Cowbit, Peakill, Cropland, " and Peakirk, and for making and keeping in Re- " pair, a Road thereon, and from thence to the Vil- " Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    halfpaset Tew, Tlia day...,Doc, 19 ,... B.. rnreU Castle. VIedneday.. ,, 21 ,...... Abbotts Rilpton, at 11, Thuraday...,, 22 , Peakirk. fiturday..., ,,24 Giddiag Windmill. THE E;FRHO-SDBSIRE HOUNDS.-At haf-past Tess. This day .... Dec. 19 ........ Trington Camp. Thursday ...,, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ....... Stone. THU HON. G. FITZWILLIAMS'S HOUNDS.-At half-pa!t Tes,1 Wednesday..Deo. 21 ........ Abbotta iipton, atl 1. Thuriday . 22 ........ Peakirk. Saturday . 24 ........ Gidding WindmilL THE HEREFORDSHIRE HOUNDS.-At half-paee TP. Thursday.. . .Dec. 22 ........ Eaatwood Oak. Saturday Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ...... Hll Coart. Saturday,... , 214 ....I... Stone. THE HON. G. FITZWILLIAMWS HOUNDS.-At half-past Ten.1l This day.. .,Dee. 22 ........ Peakirk. Eaturday,,,. .. 2........ Gidding Windmill. THE HIEBEEORtDSHIRE HOUNDS.-At hraltpasit Tok. Thia day .... .Doc. 22 ........ Eastwood Oak. Saturday Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    present time the place is three miles from the nearest railway station. It i4 proposed to construct a line from Peakirk about four miles long. The work could - be done cheaply, it being believed that £620,000. would I cover Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    subscribedforty pounds, and Lord Milton ten pounds, towards u subscription for a poor man of the name of Tyers, of Peakirk, whose cottage was robbed a short time ago. Tyers resolutely defended his property far some time against four villains, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, P

    grocer, 306, 589, 716. -, -, -, merchant of stalep of Calais, 339, 751. Paynton. See Paignton. Payton. See Peyton. Peakirk , Northants. See Pykekirke. Peatling Magna , Moche Petelyng, Leics, 721. Peechy , Pecche, Petche, John, kt., 340, 435, Subscribers-only content

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