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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Orcheston St Mary

    made leading north from the western edge of Broad Mere . 20 The principal farmhouse in the village was the Rookery , north of the church. In 1753 it was extensively repaired, 21 sashes were made for windows on the

    Graveley Introduction Graveley c. 1800M

    Church Lane , perhaps the town houses mentioned in 1685 . 33 In the 1960s five other 17th-century dwellings survived: Rookery Farm south-west of the church, of three bays with a crosswing, demolished in 1971 ; Baldock Farm south of

    Parishes Charlton Mackrell

    steeply again above 100 ft. further south in the area of the church and more gently to the south-east beyond Rookery Farm. A ridge runs south from Tout above the 100 ft. contour, sloping gradually to the river Cary in

    Lilleshall Protestant nonconformity

    94 and a society was also meeting at Donnington 1816- 36 . 95 There was weekly preaching at the ' Rookery and Redhill ' station in 1824 . 96 In 1821 Primitive Methodism took hold in east Shropshire , 97

    Parishes Grendon Underwood

    first floors, and a staircase with turned finials to the newel posts; only part of the house is now inhabited. Rookery Farm is in a better condition, and retains some panelling on the ground floor and a stone-arched fireplace on

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Salmon Fishing in the Dovey, which is strictly preserved, and deep sea Fishing and Boating close to, Heronry and Rookery. About fifty acres of Pasture Land could also be had if desired. For all further particulars and cards to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Salmon Fishing in the Dovey, Iwhich is strictly preserved, and deep sea Fishing and. Boating close to, Heronry and Rookery. About fifty acres of Pasture Land could also be had if desired. For all further particulars and cards to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Salmon Fishing in the Dovey, which is strictly preserved, and deep sea Fishing and Boating close to, Heronry and Rookery. About fifty acres of Pasture Land could also be had if desired. For all furtber particulars and cards to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .e:'clock on Priday mWrnl:g, Ir. Goldsipid was seeis Io pass over the bridge which leads ' to the Wilderness or Rookery in thegrounds at Iorden. house. -shortly afler, the coachmat,. as was usual, i en- quired what horses were tosgo Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    At the Rookery, Roehampton, on the Ist inst., the Lady of the Hon. George Massey, of a daughter. MARRIED. On the 7th inst., Richard Robertson, Esq., to Josepha Mary, eldest daughter of the Rev. William St. Andrew Vincent, Prebend of Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Putney

    Putney PUTNEY. Name . The name of this place is of very uncertain etymology. In Doomsday book it is called Putelei; in all subsequent records, till the 16th century, it is spelt Puttenheth, or Pottenheth; since which period it

 

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