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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Offord Darcy

    west, Tithe Farm and Bullens Farm. Another outlying farm is Top Farm , in the north-east of the parish, with Purlieu Spinney and Barn to the east of it. MANORS In the time of Edward the Confessor OFFORD (assessed at

    Parishes Purley

    Berks . East. 5 Chas. I. Ibid. Mich. 1659. The manor is here called 'Westbrooke or Westbury or Purley or Purlieu .' Recov. R. Trin. 6 Anne , rot. 132. He is here called Richard Lybbe the younger. Ibid. Trin.

    Lydney LYDNEY AND AYLBURTON 1880

    17th century, 54 and another called Purlieu House in 1739 55 was perhaps at the site of Purlieu Farm, where the farmhouse was replaced by a bungalow in the later 20th century. On the Purlieu common four cottages were built

    Parishes Fawley

    made wherewith to support himself, and so managed to 'crawl' round a considerable piece. This was the Bishop's Ditch or Purlieu , near the present Beaulieu Road station. When the London and South-Western Railway Company built their line over it,

    Index K-Z

    see Awre Purdue : Ric., Rog., Purlieu , the, see Purton Purnell : John, Rob., Purton (in Lydney ) , agric., chant., ferry (or passage), fisheries, Gurshill, inn, man., n , mill, Nursehill, Purlieu , the, Purton Manor , rlys.,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    11 March 1717, 11 March 1718

    unlawfully courfe, hunt, take in Toyls, kill, wound, or take away, any Red or Fallow Deer, in any Foreft, Chace, Purlieu, Paddock, Wood, Park, or other Ground enclofed, where Deer are, have, or fhall be ufually kept, within the Realm Subscribers-only content

    9 June 1810, 9 June 1810

    * ("called") " Pr. 4. L. 17. " Lands of the") "L. 18. " L. 28. Leave out (" faid Purlieu Owners"), " and infert (" other Perfons interefted therein ") « Pr. 5. L. 17. After (« feveral") infert Subscribers-only content

    9 June 1810, 9 June 1810

    the") " L. 2. Leave out (" Purlieu "), and infert " L. 12. After (" the ") infert (" Land called « Lands ") «* the") " L. 11. Leave out (" Purlieu "), and infert " L. 16. Subscribers-only content

    9 June 1810, 9 June 1810

    (" Clerk of the Peace") " Pr. 91. L. 3. Leave out (" Purlieu "), and infert " (" Land ") " L. 16. Leave out (<c Purlieu "), and infert « Land") And the faid Amendments, being read a Subscribers-only content

    11 May 1814, 11 May 1814

    Manor or reputed Manor, Lordfhip, " Seigniory or Royalty, or of any Ranger, Keeper or " Owner of any Chace, Purlieu, Walk, Diftrict or Li- " berty, wherein the faid Lands and Grounds are fltuate, ec or any Part of Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    particulars, to W. Jones, Bridge- north. c17o5 , PPYEN'NCE.--Watsted, respectable well-ed eates Youth, to t1. ite General Ironsioungery business.-Appiy, Jao. Purlieu, Irosnmoniger. Oakten Gantes, c142S O2iIPOSITOR.-A good Compositor Wanted, ilomediately.- A-pp, J. J. Hillier, W ed ne reury. c222i; -R Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ot~etUadgoateil) Wanted, Fdgfbastofl tinle of Bristol 111Bea. Rnt botX 1S-Addrezis. .Yi. Daily rest. 015ll il.ur~sh~i Wstei.for two ortlaree montlhs. -No 110 is-.'AddfC5 85.. Daily Post.____ -2lI -OV-.-Winte Acck'Greral thrbee d rooms: large gardenl. ~E2: g ftillY-AdII-ss 7 ]) aily Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cut and prnobh/4iantells. CUMpit cndition Clieats.-Plsrileni's, Lusseaster Street. LAWiiENCH1. irosa tCable,_ _t.Cte _6 2 61.Sias jssyuki witls arsix aE -Charlee Purlieu, 129, Lareicatwr Street. C120 KJtna-, complete. Very ch aI).--Pirdeina', 1291 and 150, Lasicoacr Si100E-1tIV ll' Maclbirrepring antI crankhacklconrltlet' carefsag Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'WOOD. TO BE SOLD BY TICKET. at the STRAFFOfl Antrs INN, WAKCPFIELD. on Wedneslay, thc Tiverity-secola Day Marlch injt.. HE following valoable FALL OF TIMBER, TL in Now UALi. WOOD, VIY, 4C3 OAKS 953 OAK I'OLES 533 ASR 37 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    outnto h " lmtean lasilhr Asoiation the) ddthionko h od~iiet.5 flame. 15~~~p~fxtopoloe h of peisons of both rsores, and in Purlieu ar to pa~?t~rJ' * Born ringc miisn~lg es Il-lrl applicable or uniiiir o i. s sctuiig,. oflinkn,W encinterimp, and Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Tracts. Nos. 1-4., 1849

    Deputy Ranger , - - - - 2 Steward of the Forest Court , - 1 Composition for Woods in purlieu, 21 Farmers round the Forest who liavo sustained damage by Trespass, in¬ cluding Deer usually killed, not War¬ rantable, Subscribers-only content

    Tracts. Nos. 1-4., 1849

    Deputy Ranger , - - - - 2 Steward of the Forest Court , - 1 Composition for Woods in purlieu, 21 Farmers round the Forest who liavo sustained damage by Trespass, in¬ cluding Deer usually killed, not War¬ rantable, Subscribers-only content

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