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You searched for: Place: Redfield, Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Husborne Crawley

    the Duke of Bedford . The open country in the north of the parish is farmed by the Charity and Redfield Farms, and is crossed by the Bedford branch of the London and North-Western Railway , on which Ridgmont station

    Parishes Winslow

    Hall is a house similar in style and date, with a projecting Doric portico of wood over the front entrance. Redfield , th e seat of Captain W. H. Lambton , is a handsome modern house of red brick with

    Parishes Deerhurst

    open fields 328 in which the lands of each manor lay scattered. By 1565 one of the fields was called Redfield ; 329 it covered a large part of the centre of the parish and included most of the arable

    Parishes Burrough Green

    chalk rich in fossils. 5 The soil on the chalk is a brown or red loamy sand, and from it Redfield or Radfield in Burrough Green took the name which it gave to the hundred. 6 There are two moated

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SAY. ILeotIexEt-Tleoillias Itunball, Esq., G.E. Mescors. Laurenec, Soe, hodl Peares, Astetoec Mart, E.C. Mr. GeOrlge Scy)Meoir, 2S, Tlhrogniortoce-street, E.C. SIx0aElTAetY-W. Redfield, Usti. Teerporory Ofilces-16, Cornleell. PROSPECTUS. This Colnpany ia fonned for the purpose of carstrnetlug and working at railway froci Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lA. 3R. 24P. Lot 3. Two pieces of meadow, called Redfield Meadow and Tithe Meadow, in Great Wratting, containing 4A. 3R. 23P. Lot 4. Three pieces of Land, in Redfield Common, in Great Wratting, containing together 9A. OR. lIP. Lot Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Frampton, Mrs. Jane, Wimborne Francis, George Baggett, 24, Stoke Newington green, chemist Francis, Alfred Edward, Redfield house, Redland park, Bristo], gentleman Francis, Miss Charlotte Elizabeth, Redfield hoose, Redland park, Bristol Frankcom, Francis, Littie Badminton, Gloucestershire, farmer Fraser, Alexander, Lannceston, Cornwall, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gone, and I feel Tn_T_. T-rnrvii like a new man." J. Rica, 5, RUE BLOOD M , Uon p ark Redfield, Bristol, Gloucestershire. FOR SALT RHEUM. "My mother has given Hood's Saraaparilla to my |L_#URI_FIER * ;lfc " f> ** Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (JtNEEAL NURSING INSTITUTE, * . Henrietta-street. Covent-garden, W.C. F-etal s»:< d tetti. - Solelv under Medical Direction. _. Medical, surgical. Mental, and Monthly HOSPITAL- *ID Mfcißi are SUPPLIED at a moment's notice from *.'' -■'■•<- h«-ing resident in the Subscribers-only content

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