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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stanway Economic history

    eastern edge of Stanway in 1971 . 65 In 1976 warehouses were constructed off the nearby Peartree Road , and in 1983 the Peartree Business Centre was built. 66 In 1994 the firms based there included pump and fan manufacturers.

    Boxted Introduction Boxted c. 1800 Penns and other houses north-east of Boxted church in 1586

    a later stack, survive on or near the heath edge, including Thatchers, Harbottle 's, and Lord's Grove , and Thatched, Peartree , Dolf's, Honeysuckle, Plains, Thrift, Box, and Holly cottages. Among the simplest is Wenlocks, a late 15th- or early

    Kirtling Kirtling in 1815

    scatter of twenty houses and barn conversions, eight of them also listed. Outside the four hamlets were isolated dwellings at Peartree , Bansteads, and Hill Farms , the old windmill, and cottages on the Bradley road . Under the first

    Wolvercote Economic history

    the parish not occupied by houses, roads, railways, or the canal was permanent grass, but in 1980 Merton College 's Peartree farm in the north had 63 a. of arable. 58 There may have been some cloth industry in Wolvercote

    Kidlington Introduction Kidlington and Thrupp c. 1800

    the Kidlington roundabout on the Banbury road to Gosford , and in 1960 of the Oxford north-western bypass, from the Peartree to the Kidlington roundabout. 66 Langford Lane , which runs between the Banbury and Woodstock roads just north of

  • * British History Online * *

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    Border Papers volume 1, June 1593, 01 June 1593-30 June 1593

    Dickes Davie for burning the houses of Mareskarffe and spoil there on 22 nd May last. Also with Geordie of Peartree for reaving 7 or 8 nags "ladyne with wheat, bread, hearing and other lodinge from Thomas Houppes in Donecow Subscribers-only content

    Index, P, 01 January 1685-31 December 1688

    of, 1,060. Payta , 805I. Peace (ship), 1,979VI. Pearce , William, 1,245. Pearman , William, 841XV. Pearsall , Henry, 990. Peartree , William, 543, 569I., II. Peck , Thomas, 1,049VII. Peeke or Peake , John, 700, 1,651, 1,65 1,838. Peers

    Index, P, 01 January 1696-31 December 1697

    146, p. 142, 379, 422. Payn , Doctor, 858. Payne , , 1032, 1067. Pearl (pirate ship), pp. 262 263. Peartree , Captain William, letter to, 1201 I. Peet , Thomas, 1294. Peers , Major, 1188. Peirce , Daniel, 864

    Index, P, 01 January 1702-31 December 1702

    XXIII. Pearn , Henry, 700, 764, 774, 788, 822 I., p. 260. -,-, documents signed by, 787 I., 1065 XX. Peartree , William, document signed by, 999 XXI., 1206 X. Peasley , , p. 662. Peck , Nicholas, 679. Peeke

    Journal, December 1709, Journal Book N, 01 December 1709-31 December 1709

    be transcribed. New York. Mr . Rayner . Character of Mr . Peartree . Mr. Rayner attending, and being asked what he knew of the character of William Peartree, a member of the Council of New York [ fo .

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    6, cuebigatthau, frinSau, &C. Dedd GENEDIGAETHAU..* 1wn Arylifedcydeol, yn 1,Peartree-grove, Liscard, priod Mr. iysr Enoch Eughes, ar feroh. ydd. A yr 2tain sydsel, priod Mr. Thomas Jones, Draper, Llan. .gollen, ar ferch. iod 'Aryr20fed cyfisol, yn 6nowdon Terrace, lilburn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COMMERCE. PRODUCE MARKETS. The average price nf Brown or Muscovado Sugar, computed from the returns made in the week ending Aug. 14, is 08s. old. per cwt. SUGAR.-In British plantation there is no alteration in prices this week, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tons, one of the Nova Scotia and New Brunswick line of packets, struck on a rock between the Start and Peartree Rocks, about a quarter of a mile west of the Start lighthouse, when running into Dartmouth harbour during the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Evans and Allen, London £onse, Newport, 'don. c-683 flllEfl.RX-Jitntor Assistaet Wanted, used to general tradc;' LI Icusowledge of window-dresaing preferreit-Herrick, Peartree Boad, Derby. o7S 9 T'RAPIEiR.- anted, a young Laiy, to serve through; erperi- AJ enced :mediu clastrade. Addrss, J.9i, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    s goat bed looms, garden, coacholi-ess anid stablinig; every otn-, vellicmce. Keys osl promioes.-2m , Hyltuss Street. 04907 _ 3R0MISGEOVilE- Peartree Villa to Lot, near ataibay Station,. .B Coisveisient Residence, drawsing roose, sitting room, hitchen, cellar, foit chalimibersa; vell-fruitedl gariles, Subscribers-only content

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