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  • * Victoria County History *

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    West Field , called Waste field in the Tithe Award, the North field, with a piece of arable called the Penning , Rox Hill , which probably included the piece known as the Brake Ground , and South, Middle and

    Parishes Charlton Adam Charlton Adam and Charlton Mackrell , 1810

    sometimes known as Court Lane , and then George Street , both on the west. The rectangle, known as the Penning or Square in 1832 , 15 is completed by Church Lane which links Station Road and George Street .

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    Benevolent Soc ., Allsop : John, John Thos ., Wm., Almack , Revd. Wm., Alston : Judith, wid. of Penning , Penning , Amalgamated Plastics Leaside Works , Amherst , Wm. Pitt , Earl Amherst , Amis , Kingsley ,

    Pewsey PEWSEY 1839 Pewsey village and nearby settlements

    of Pewsey village Avebrick's Farm, including a thatched farmhouse, and Sharcott Penning Farm were also built between 1839 and 1886 . 24 Additional buildings were erected at Sharcott Penning Farm in the 20th century. On the downland in the south

    Index A - Z

    201, 209, 212 Almaria , de, see Damory, Gil. Almond , John, 174 Almshouses , 58, 76, 266 Alston , Penning , 224; Sarah, m. Sir Edm. Harrington , 224 Alward the miller , w. and dau. of, 271 Alwi

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hereafter be submitted to the public, to correct this error. The feltndation question respecting the innocence or gailt of. F/zn Penning is,-" Was the arsenic in the dumplings or on the dumpliligs."-If it swas in thQ dumplings, that is, if Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ELIZA FBAYX N1NG Ni.. Exat N-A ' Et,-5Sait Peer, at the third examinI ation, I at Hatton-Garden. swore positively to her absence frot tile kitchen.-" W\itness N-EVTER ertered the kitchen acdl te time the prisonnt was getting the dumplings Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LO)NDON GAZETTTh,. Tupedeay, Deremober 1. PARTNEsRSHIPS DIfSSOl.VEI). J. and E. Luitwycbe and J. George, leather dressers; as far as regards J. Lutwyche-D and H. Asrsnsier, Ashby etretit jewellers--3. P. Na-h and Sons, BristoI, ci! snerchar-tso as fa, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. hesdady, September 28. OFFICE OF ORDNANCE, SEPT. 27. Royal Artkilery-Capt. and Brevet Major E. Cruttenden, to be Li~ut.-Col. vice Story, deceased; Second Capt. H. Wiltiaino. to be Capt. vice Ctuttenden; First Lieut. J. W. Ormsby, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, October 15. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. Parke and Harrison, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, prussiate of potash manufacturers-B. and J. Cort, jun. Leicester, ironmongers-J. Coates and J. M'Naughtan, Manchester, calico printers-G, and D. Brearley, Batley, Yorkshire, flushing manufacturers-B. Mur- phy Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MORE, Francis (by 1525-?75).

    Thomas Wharton I, 1st Baron Wharton, to Shrewsbury in May 1550 after he had lodged a complaint against Wharton’s son-in-law Penning, and in March 1554, shortly before his election, he wrote to Shrewsbury recounting his efforts to obtain the Queen’s


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