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  • * Victoria County History *

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    West Wittering PARISH CHURCH of S.S. PETER & PAUL W EST WITTERING

    with a central post. The stop-chamfered ceiling-beams appear to be rather earlier than those at Redlands . Newark Farm , 1/2 mile east-south-east of Redlands , is a brick house of the 18th-century or earlier with a central chimney-shaft of

    Westbury Lesser estates

    of Bratton for Redlands , 43 and in 1685 Henry Whitaker devised the lease of Redlands to his son Thomas. 44 In 1740 both Mrs. Susannah Whitaker and John Whitaker Hinton were assessed for landtax for Redlands , 45 and

    Thakeham Manors and other estates

    held it in 1887 . 53 Among the lands held by Charles and Elizabeth Lamb in 1812 were Hungerhill , Redlands , and Danhill farms, 54 which probably descended with their moiety of Thakeham manor and were presumably sold in

    The borough of Reading Churches

    of English decorated. The living is a vicarage in the gift of the bishop. The church of ST. LUKE , Redlands Estate, consists of an apsidal chancel, north and south transepts, south vestry, nave, north and south aisles and a

    Parishes Dorking

    in the valley between the chalk and the wellwooded sand hi lls, which rise to the fir-tree clad heights of Redlands Wood , and to Anstiebury and Leith Hill beyond. The lower ground of the Weald , thickly wooded, extends

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, R, 01 December 1637-31 August 1638

    of papers concerning revenues, commissioners for petition to reference on petition to Redbourn , co. Hertford, plague in Redford , Redlands co. Gloucester Red Lion , the, (King's ship) sale of Redmore Fenn , Isle of Ely Redriffe , see Subscribers-only content

    Cardiff Council Minutes, 1881-3

    Hussey Vivian, Esq., M. P. Swansea. Count Lucovich, Penhill, Llandaff. Gwilym Williams, Esq., B.L., Miskyn Manor. J. P. Thompson, Esq., Redlands, Penarth. G. T. Clark, Esq., Tal-y-garn, Dowlais. J. H. Insole, Esq., Ely Court, Llandaff. W. G. Cartwright, Esq., Newport.

    Entry Book, December 1686, 11-15, 11 December 1686-15 December 1686

    John Tyrrell of Swingfeild [Springfield ] , co. Essex; Sir Gilbert Gerrard of Fiskerton, co. Lincoln; Sir Robt. Yeomans of Redlands, co. Gloucester; Sir Carr Scroope of Cockerington, co. Lincoln; Sir Richard Betenson of Wimbledon, co. Surrey; Sir Algernoone Peyton

    Charles I - volume 390, May 8-24, 1638, 08 May 1638-24 May 1638

    [ p . ] May 23. 160. Certificate of George Long, Justice of Peace for Middlesex, that Anthony Hill, of Redlands, co. Gloucester, has taken the oath of allegiance before him. [ p . ] May 23. 161. Acquittance of Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 391, May 25-31, 1638, 25 May 1638-31 May 1638

    into the Low Countries. [ Draft . p . ] May 26. 24. The like for Captain Anthony Hill of Redlands, co. Gloucester, to travel in foreign parts for three years. [ Draft . p . ] May 26. 25. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    son. MARRIEDt On Thursday, at Norwoad church, the Earl Cornwallis" t Miss Julia Bacon, daughter of .W. J. Bacon, of Redlands, neat Reading, Berkshirt, on WednesdayJ at St George's, Hanover square, Lord Tem- to Misst Paget, niece of the Marquis Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mathew Milton, horse-dealer to his late Majesty and the royal family. GIUBILEI-June 5, of a rapid consumption, Madame Theodore Giubilei, of her Majesty's theatre. BACON-June 7, at Sulhamstead honse, Louisa Eleanor, youngest daughter of Thomas Bacon, Esq., of Redlands, Berks. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    marquisate became extinct. He was thrice married. By his last lady, one of the daughters of T. Bacon, Esq., of Redlands, Berks, also deceased, his lordship has left an only daughter, Lady Julia, now only in her seventh year. His Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Memoirs. Complete in Six Volumes. (Fcap. 8vo, pp. 360, 360, :4, 411, xii, 024, 3.36 .) John Pearson. Bowra, Harriette.- Redlands;' or, H~ome Temper. In Two Volumes. (rownt Revo.pp. 41 406, M a)o dder Frenchand Stoughton. BrihtRev J.F-Te Mrlbrouh Fenh Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Tales of the Sea and Land. Willi Illustratio:;s. (Crown 8vo, pp. 318, 2s. 6d.) Routledge. Maine, Eh S.-Marchmont of Redlands. In Two Volumes. (Crown S9o, pp. 302, 317, 21s.) Smith, Elder. and Co. Martineau, Harriet.-The Playfellow. (Crown 8vo, pp. Subscribers-only content

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