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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Burntwood BURNTWOOD 1987

    early 19th century as Dry or Bye brook to its confluence with Redmoor brook and then runs along the line of the former mill stream taken off Redmoor brook for Coney mill. 11 It then turns east along Chorley Road

    Wisbech Hundred Elm Plan of All Saints Church

    . 19 Some of these fields survive in name to the present day, for example, Old, New, Town, Halfpenny , Redmoor , Needham , Needham Hall , and Coldham Fields. In 1303 Richard Loveday held the ArgentanWechesham tenement, again as

    Burntwood Manors, local government and public services

    in 1690 called New Pool mill; it probably stood on Redmoor brook north of Boney Hay where there was a new pool in 1597 . 248 Coney mill stood on Redmoor brook in that area in 1775 . It was

    Index L - Z

    Theophila, see Kendall Wm., 157 Reading ( Berks .), 181 Rechabites , 167, 205 Redehill : Rob., 290 fam., 290 Redmoor brook , 195, 215 Reeve , Art. Stretton , bp. of Lichfield , 56, 62 Regalian Properties plc ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    four weeks since that we gave an account of the extraordinary age of Mr and Mrs Plaisance, then living in Redmoor Fen, in the Isle of Ely, the husband of the age of 107, the wife 105!-a case without parallel Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sold at 121. 6s. per Share. Poyaisian Land Awards (Mosquito) ; sold at 12s. to 12s. 6d. per 1,000 acres. Redmoor Mine, Cost Book (all calls paid) ; sold at 2s. 9d. per Share. Star and Garter Hotel Company Limited), Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    four tin, copper, silver- ., lead, and arsenic mines formerly the property of the New ", Holmbush and the New Redmoor Mining Companies, the ;o working of which was stoDped a conple of years ago oWiDg (t to the insufficient Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Prkl, 52 to 5i4; Old Tolgas United, 13 to 14; Scorrier Consuls, lA to 1s; East Treskerby, I to 14; Redmoor, as. Gd. to Is. Gd. EDWARD COOKE. June 21st, 1850. THE WEATHER-THE -CROPS, &a. Dow-v.-The weather has produced a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    we should have mentioned that the winner of let prize and cup in the Irish setter dog class-viz Mr. Richardson's "Redmoor,'" was bred by Mr. T. Erwin, Ballymena, and is the same dog that won 1st at Belfast, 1877, and Subscribers-only content

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