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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Bouldon BOULDON IN 1844

    to the south-east, with a narrow southward extension. The northern boundary followed a stream that descends to Pye brook at Peaton . The eastern and the higher part of the western boundary may have been drawn when the margins were

    Munslow Hundred

    acquiescence, shifted the hundred meeting place just across the river: removing it from Corfham (on a by-road from Diddlebury to Peaton ) to his own manor of Aston , where a more eligible situation on the principal highway along Corve

    Lesser Poston

    St. Margaret, and Stoke St. Milborough. Footpaths lead northwest and north from Little Poston to Sutton , Diddlebury , and Peaton , and south to Hopton Cangeford . 89 There is nothing to suggest that before the 19th century Little

    Munslow MUNSLOW c. 1840

    south-east out of the road. 34 From Munslow Churley way 35 ran, perhaps past Marston , 36 to Corfham and Peaton , and a second route, via Brook House (presumably the Brook Hall of 1589), 37 ran to Baucott and

    Index A-J

    Burf ; Bache Mill ; Broncroft ; Brown Clee hill; Corfham; Corfton ; Earnstrey Park; Hope Dale ; Middlehope ; Peaton ; Poston, Great; Sutton ; Sutton , Great; Westhope ; Weston hill Dinham , Joce of, Dinmore (Herefs.) preceptory

  • * British History Online * *

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    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694, City of London, Portsoken Ward, Tower Hill Precinct

    3.40 17.00 0.90 75.00 - , - 0.80 4.00 0.00 0.00 Comment: Empty. Hudeball , William 2.80 14.00 0.00 0.00 Peaton , George 1.00 5.00 0.00 0.00 Mitchell , William 1.20 6.00 0.00 0.00 French , - (Widow) 1.20 6.00

    London Pollbooks, 1713, Voters, M - Q

    Pearkes, James, fis A Pearse, Thomas, ski B Pearse, Thomas, wea A Pearson, Thomas, fou B Pearson, William, sta A23B56 Peaton, Jonathan, nee A Peatson, Roger, bla B Peatver, James, apo B Pechin, George, sal B Peck, Edward, dye A12B78

    General Index, P, Q, 01 January 1698-31 December 1698

    grant of, East India Company's trade in Pearson , Samuel, adjutant in Belasis's regiment, commission Peas , Pease, price of Peaton , Oliver, Irish prisoner Pedlars . See Hawkers. Peerage claim . See Knowles, C. Peerages , creation of, rumoured, Subscribers-only content

    Index, L - R

    191, 198, 222, 235, 267, 315, 380 Pearse , Richard, 186 " , see Pearce Peirce Peast , Andrew, 276 Peaton , James, 362 Peck , Robert, 178 Pecke , Thomas, 196 " , William, gent., 34 Peere , William,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    j. I., lsq. Winr Shaled. re, M.P. Harding, W. B., Esq. T. C. S. Kynneraley, e. HldyWilaIs. ChsT.arlenehav, REq. | Peaton, Ralph, Esq. C. H. Bracebridge, Esq. : Pnglehy Abel, Req Choados Wren Hoshynamq. InalfbY, JOe ., Eeq.,LLD F. I. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in bhe Market Hall, was brought up on the above charge by ProlecOnatable Jena, of the Central Railway, Station. Mir. Peaton, a gentleman residing at Park Bouse, Edgb~too, stated that that morning, about twelve o'clock ha was at the ticket Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .. 1 0 0 £127 14 6 WARM CLOTBING HAS BEEN RECEIVED PROX- Mrm. Spoosner Miss Moore Mrs, Allecok hera, Peaton Mrs. Barlow Lady Ratcliff Mrs. Bennett Mrs. T. S. Richards Mrs. Broadburat Miss Richards Mrs Buckley Mr. C. Richards Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to send a Copy of the Prescritio ued on receipt of 11ueo Stamps for trons. Misslon.-Address, Med0ons, 20, Albert Street, Peaton Stmtel Iliss, tl. ivad. Cl775 l3abic $otice%. MIDLAND CONTRACT COMPANY (LIMITED), Registered under "The Companies Act, 1862.' OrsICEs- WELLINGTON Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    desciibed as a carpenter, waschasged with stealing a quan. tity of lead, vatlu62s., and some other property, belongine no Mlessrs. Peaton, of the Biordesley Works. The prisoner wnas in the en;ploy of MAr. Jones, a builder, who had bhen making Subscribers-only content

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