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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes East Tytherley

    away from Lockerley Hall . Queenwood Farm 2 is near the Roman road, which runs through the northern extremity of the parish, and is reached from the village by the shady walk known as Queenwood Avenue . Hildon House in

    Parishes Chobham

    The manor-house now belongs to Sir Henry Denis le Marchant, the land and manor to Mr. Otter , J.P., of Queenwood , and Miss Peele . 61 The manor-house, now tenanted by Mr. A. E. Greenwell , is in part

    Parishes Chertsey

    the once well-known author of Sandford and Merton . Ottermead is a seat of the Earl of Meath ; and Queenwood is the seat of Mr. R. H. Otter , J.P. Addlestone , properly Atlesdon or Atlesford, is an ecclesiastical

    Royal forests

    and a yearly rent of the same amount for 'a cottage and a garden plot upon the waste adjoining upon Queenwood '. 573 The following other holdings were located within the 1300 bounds of Chippenham Forest-100 acres at 'Rooknest', 574


    leased them with the 'site' of the manor to Edmund Symeon of Pyrton , yeoman, whose family granted rights in Queenwood and Homewood to William Chamberlain of Shirburn in 1586 , and rights in Kilridge to Adrian Scrope of Wormsley

  • * British History Online *

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    Appendix I, March 1661, 01 March 1661-31 March 1661

    of the Pipe for a lease to John Lyne of a parcel of woodland or coppice called Potters Park, near Queenwood, in that part of the forest of Windsor called Chertsey Walk, co. Surrey, formerly demised to Arthur Mainwaring. The

    Appendix I, July 1661, 01 July 1661-31 July 1661

    docquet of a lease to John Lyne, gent., of a parcel of wood land, a coppice called Potters Park near Queenwood in Windsor Forest: for 31 years at 36 s. per an . and fine of 10 l . Ibid

    Index, W, 01 January 1735-31 December 1738

    Ranger of, issues to, 38, 68. -, -, gravel pits, 42. -, -, Potter's Park. See Windsor Forest. -, -, Queenwood, 133. -, -, Wall, 42, 97. -, Poor Knights of. annuities to, 28, 250, 440, 469. Windward Isles .

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Cheshire; the smallest proportion in Essex, Suffolk, and Norfolk. SOCIALISM. -Mr Owen has been assisting at a supper at Queenwood, which, it seems, is an estate the So- cialists bought somewhere:-" The rest of the evening we spent in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the birthday of Robert Owen, on which he completed his 71st year, a dinner and ball were given at Queenwood, near Stockbridge, Hants. The festival was attended by members and friends of the Socialists' Society from all parts of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE LITERARY EXAMINER. The Life of Go716cmb?6, the Discoverer of America. Chiefly by Arthur Helps. Bell and Daldy. It is scarcely possible at the present day to write the biography of any one celebrated man which, in some form Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    own reputation. He scarcely protested when others attached his name to schemes which were not his. The fail- ure of Queenwood was not chargeable to him. When his advice was not followed he would say: " Well, gentlemen, I tell Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rid was born in that city in 1833. His L ea:rly edlueation was received at the famous Quaker e:ioicl at Queenwood, Hampshire, and he went 1IieieW to Kjing's College School, London, and citerwards to Cambridge, where lie entered at 'lriiiit Subscribers-only content

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