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  • * Victoria County History *

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    List of maps and plans

    64 " 90 Plan of Linton church " 101 Radfield hundred, 1845 " 126 Balsham village, 1617. From a map of 1617 in the Charterhouse muniments " 127 Parishes in Radfield hundred in the late 18th century. From inclosure maps

    Radfield hundred Radfield hundred, 1845

    Radfield hundred RADFIELD HUNDRED Radfield hundred lies south and east of Cambridge along the Icknield Way , which is the north-western limit of the hundred. It stretches 8 miles from its north-eastern boundary, which follows the Devil's Dyke , a

    Analysis of hearth tax assessments

    OF CAMBRIDGESHIRE HEARTH TAX ASSESSMENTS, CHILFORD, RADFIELD, AND WHITTLESFORD HUNDREDS, 1661, 1666, AND 1674 Introductory Note The following analyses have been prepared from the Cambridgeshire Hearth Tax Assessments preserved in the Public Record Office for 1662 Michaelmas [E 179/84/436 ]

    Cheveley Hundred

    4 In the late 13th century the hundred shared a bailiff, who farmed it for 5 marks a year, with Radfield hundred. 5 Between the 1230s and the 1270s the number of lords who exercised view of frankpledge increased from

    Flendish Hundred

    boundary between Fulbourn and Great Wilbraham parishes, was perha ps in the Anglo-Saxon period the original assembly place for Flendish, Radfield , and Staine hundreds. 5 In all three hundreds north of the Icknield way, there is evidence for the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the money and properly of M~ary Ann Line, four. months -Joseph Patrer, for stealing, at Rugeby, on lice 26th of Dcemeuer, a canvas alop, value 2s. eld., the property of damces Radfield, two msonths. The Court rose at-twenty mincutes pastueseen.V Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    racecourse in tire borouglil itr would be very prejudlicial to the interests of the town. to Tie wevers in the Radfield district have decided to re- to main out oer strike another week. The risen still think the as inasters Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    innkeeper. FIRST MEETINGS AND DATES OF PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS- EonERT S. HOLLAND, Pftt Street, Hadfield, Derbyshire, lately residing at Stanyforth Street, Radfield, mechanic. First meeting, April 19, at 239 p m., at Ogden's Chambers, Man- chester; puAblic e1aintirn, Ma3 y 4, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1gadfield, and Lord Goderich voted in favour of the th divssson on the Ballot, Mr. Crossley, Lord ~ cl1c, essrs. Radfield, Oliveira, Roebuck-, Seymour, ihse'on and Wickcham, votedl, and Mr. Mulligan and Sir - I:. hlitter paired, in favour of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'P000 tons. Sir James then referred to the researches e of lie. James Riley. H. Osmond, M. Bruistlein, and Mr. Radfield into the alloys of steel with other metals, a I and specially important was the use of nickel as Subscribers-only content

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