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

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Holles Payne , by his will, proved in May 1800 , devised the manor of Redhall , including a capital messuage or mansion-house called Redhall , and a messuage called Co phall, to Sophia Elizabeth Beard and her heirs for


    said to have descended to the youngest Richard's sister Mary 97 and ultimately to Richard's nephew Thomas Holles Payne of Redhall near Copthorne , Surrey , 98 who was holding it in 1766 99 and died in 1799 . 100

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MMAND PBI-OSS(eontdr; wA2l1, Birninis's Psssionest, z ing March. f Pice up t jUrmES ES FOB SAE,&o (go)for Sale; miter's proofs green- usN rS;cetr;don bs~n; ologo onfer 1 LYrrd--St. Clair, tloeso.Cmley, 126, r Colsr~o 7~NK ctni~lNESto he osld, at Warwick, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Iad- Feonda, soi treet. gOHI Gi 10, utnderstands Horses, eble Co bmic wl, ndDrlcr ilk sov in-doors. Choaractsr c8364 required.-Apply, Redhall Form, Bercb Lanos. oF/S fic A-Gin V`OTUTH-ro~specitable)Wanted, ~to bro oy n sn c r a~on j Locrils preforretd.-Apply, Carlyle',v Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NcYitt cast C~ Twilton., Victoria iluildingsl, Tlelmlle RusowH 4-1OWAXAN (yossn. WAnted : rood linlirer ; steady and indaustrious. C J-Appmly, Redhall Ya~rm, Decccl Lane. ifIIICKET.-Groend Mlan Wanted, fer twenty weeks, Where a C.howvler is kept.-Address, stating wagesa, &n., 716, Doily Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LOT I.-CXADLEY HEATH. - A Valuable FREEHOLD ;PROPERTY, No, 197, High Street, Cradley Heath. Staffordshire (near the Bank., and opposite Redhall HILl Church), consisting of an .Excellent DWELLING HOUSE, in the occupation of Mr. James Smith, at the yearly rent Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Kilroot, in the Parish of Kilroot, in the Cornty of Antrim; the Towulands of Knocknaguillagh, White- a head, Bentra, Forthill, Redhall, Aldfreck, in the ni, Parish of Teml Aecorran, and County of Antrim; re Strand or Slob Land of the Subscribers-only content

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