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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Durston Local government

    hundred except, apparently, in 1327 . 7 The parish, or more probably that detached part called Priestwood , was subject in the later 14th and early 15th century to the swanimote jurisdiction of North Petherton park, administered as a royal

    Durston Durston 1838

    extreme eastern edge of the parish Primmore Lane leads north towards North Petherton ; Priestwood Lane leads north-east to the detached part of the parish at Priestwood . 92 Another lane leads south from the main road to Cogload. The

    Parishes Easthampstead

    gravel with a subsoil of London Clay and Bagshot Beds. The most populous part of the parish is in the Priestwood Common district, near the boundary of the parish of Bracknell . There are also small settlements at Old Bracknell

    Lyng Lyng 1843

    from North Petherton , and a detached part of Lyng parish had been added to North Petherton ; in 1888 Priestwood , formerly in Durston parish, was also added to Lyng . 33 In 1981 the parish measured 592 ha.

    Index A-J

    Durston Elms , fms., fields, Higher Durston , inn, Lower Durston (Crosse), man., ho., mill, nonconf., officers, park, poorho., pop., Priestwood , rectors, rectory, rly., sch., tithes, tithing, vestry, warren, woodland, workho., otherwise mentioned, Dwyn , Denis, Dyaper , Ralph.,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    were given to theforeman toleave the Bnshbury Roan d end to commence, at once, the repair of the fopthaths otedhe Priestwood 1oach, Thorneycroft Lane, and other enumer- ated roads until the nett Board meeting.-'Mr. 'Lelo' theik proposed, "That this'Board hi's' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lance-corporal If. McNab, lst Lanark, 30; Lientenant Ward, lst Camoronians, 29. WINDSOR (seven Wshots at 200 yards, standing, M.11.) Sergeant-major Priestwood, 1,A., 30; LicutenantLvg6g, let Aberdeen, 29. GsEsocrv (seven shots at 200 yards, standing, Al¶. .): Colonr-aergeanC Habbis, 2nd Mliddlesex, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Simeock, 2nd Cheshire, 40; Private Knight, 2nd V.P. Liverpool, 40; Petty-officer Madden, U.M.S. Excellent, 40; Captain Bagnall, Staffordshire, 40; Warrant-officer Priestwood, Jersey H-A., 39; Private Lattey, l1t London, 39. BURROUGHES AMD WATTS PRIZE. (Seven shots at 200 yards.) Winner of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    crrler:; Geo. Winu, oDCID, coat merobart; Wm. Harrison, Howden, bootanod oboe maker; Bicbd. Jackson, Drypool, Eull, joiner and builder; Theo. Priestwood, late of Bardney. now of Mareham-le Fen, Lincoln, wood dealer sad Carpenter- Elijah Temple, Groat Dritfield, marine store dealer Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the living of Cantley, in the North Riding. ioe p il his been for the last few years curate of Priestwood, y near Stoarbridge, and is tUe son of a Vicar of Coverham, *t long deceased. I_ . COUNT XOLTXE.-The Subscribers-only content

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