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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Old Salisbury Topography

    ownership. The western part of the borough is found, however, concentrated chiefly along both sides of the road called the Portway in 1596 -8 7 and 1800, 8 and Inckleton Way in 1839 . 9 This led south-west from the

    Rampton Introduction Rampton 1754

    1985 . In the Middle Ages the main road from Cambridge to Ely via Histon and Aldreth causeway, called the Portway , passed through the parish, 95 crossing the Cottenham-Willingham road west of the village and meeting a road from

    Parishes Compton Beauchamp

    Ridgway along the down and by the parallel Portway or Icknield Street 3 half-way down the slope, both running roughly east and west. The village lies a little north of the Portway , and consists of two portions, the church,

    Warminster Introduction Warminster 1962

    Thomas Marsh , a timber-merchant, took a lease of all the ground on the west side of Portway fro m Almshouse Bridge to Portway House , and built several houses on it. 74 The hollow way in Pound Street was

    Warminster Protestant nonconformity

    23 In 1687 the group fitted up temporary accommodation in a barn in Beastleys Meadow belonging to Edward Middlecott of Portway . Compton South , who had been living at Donhead St. Mary since his ejection from Berwick St. John

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lint uaantfactttrcrs. [Clarke, Gray, and Woodcock, Lincoln's-inn fields. J. Deakin, Liverpool, winc merchant. [Coenthwaite and Co. Old Jcwry. G. Holland, Portway, Waririck, victualler. [Bloxam, Waterloo street, Birmingham. P. Fagan, Birluinghain, hardwareman. [C.:Stanley, Gray's-inn place. DIVIDENDS. July 30, J. Giro, Moorgate Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tuesday, February 1. BANKRUPTCIES ANNULLED. G. Holland, Portway, Warwickhire, licensed victualler-J. Stringer, Kingston- upon-Hull, draper-J. Hall, Coventry, riband manufacturer. 25 BANKRUPTS. W. Wyatt, Neithrop, Banbury, Oxfotdshire, coachmaker. [Sharp, Verulawt build- ings, Gray's inn. J. Clayton, Crown court, Cheapside, Manchester warehousemlan. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tricts of East Worcestershire, early on Thursday morning, at the house of a maiden lady, named Nicklin, who lives at Portway, be- tween Oldbury and Hales Osven. The only other residents in the house are her brother, a bachelor, about Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Huse. AplyStrke, 14,Great Chirlles Street dM864 1, 'LAOI(SMITR arid Wh -eelsright's 'Shop, to Let, at Beooby.- I B pply,F. Dunn, Portway Farm, Heoley. c8942 USiNE05S-PRB MISES, centre of town. Sueit p riter, stationer,- B or any wholesale traele.-Aeldress, 912, Daily Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to call upon cosebbilders end oowh and saddiers Iron- n.mogers-For foil partioulars apply, with referencso, do.i0o E.t Itiohards and Bon, Portway Workes, *edneabury. * 49 i weti 100 SITUATIONS VACANT. with 14 )lMERlICA-VacancIes for Parm Pupil, with f8rnet lass Farmers. Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PORTWAY, Thomas (by 1524-57), of Dover, Kent.

    PORTWAY, Thomas (by 1524-57), of Dover, Kent. Constituency Dates Dover Mar. 1553 Ofifces Held Common councilman, Dover 1546-7, jurat 1548-?d., mayor 1550-1, bailiff 4 June 1552-d. Biography A victualler and hackneyman, Thomas Portway engaged in such sizeable operations as shipping

    WARREN, Thomas (by 1513-91), of Dover and Ripple, Kent.

    Portway and John Bodending.[footnote]According to a local historian, Warren was elected mayor in September 1550 but removed from office by order of the Privy Council in January 1551 and replaced by Portway; in the Dover hundred court book, however,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    1 May 1766, 1 May 1766

    widening the Road leading from High " Bullen in Wedncjbury to the further End of Darlafton " Lane next the Portway, and from thence, through " Bilflon, to the further End of Gibbet Lane, and fe- " veral other Roads Subscribers-only content

    6 May 1766, 6 May 1766

    widening the Road leading " from High Bullen in Wedneßury, to the further End 44 of Darlaflon Lam next the Portway; and from " thence, through Bilflon, to the further End of Gib- " bett Lane; and feveral other Roads Subscribers-only content

    7 May 1766, 7 May 1766

    the Road leading from ts High Bullen * in Wednefbury, to the further End of " Darlaßon Lane next "the Portway; and from thence, " through Bilflon, to the further End of Gibbet Lane ; " and feveral other Roads Subscribers-only content

    16 May 1787, 16 May 1787

    and widening the Road leading from Hig/> Pa/- " /ezzinfEee/z?e/Z'zzry, to the further End of Dar/ez/?ozz Pazze, " next the Portway, and from thence through PiyZozz to " the further End of Gi#Z>eZ Pazze, and feveral other Roads leading to Subscribers-only content

    21 May 1787, 21 May 1787

    widening the Road " leading from Hzg/z Pzz//ezz in PEee/zze/Ziz/ry to the further " End of Har/zz/Zozz Pazze next the Portway, and from " thence through PiyZozz, to the further End of GiZ-zYez Pazze, and feveral other Roads leading to Subscribers-only content

 

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