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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Finchley Charities for the poor

    Charity estates. In 1488 Robert Warren of Finchley was demised a house, garden, and croft called Ryefield , held of Bibbesworth manor. He settled Ryefield in 1488 94 and the house and garden in 1489 95 in trust to provide

    Parishes Ayot St. Peter

    , and forms the boundary at the south-east corner of the parish. Large farms in this parish are Linces Farm, Ryefield Farm and Ayot Place Farm . Place-names occurring in the 16th century are Fyncesfeld or Fincheleyfeld, Smythescroft, Dryvers and

    Harting Parish Church of St Mary Harting

    border is on the South Downs . The northern part of the parish was originally heath land, West Heath and Ryefield being rabbit warrens belonging to the lords of Harting and the Abbots of Durford, respectively. The Midhurst branch of

    Parishes Prestbury Prestbury village, 1838

    fields. 209 By the 16th century the fields were divided into eight parts: Westfield in the west of the parish, Ryefield and Linworth south-east of the village, Sandfield south-east of the road to Cheltenham , Berryfield north-west of the village,

  • * British History Online *

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    Treasury Calendar, June 1696, 16-30, 16 June 1696-30 June 1696

    200 ] acres of wood ibid in the tenure of Anthony Hearsey 6 10 0 messuage and 90 acres called Ryefield Farm and Hill House ibid in the tenure of Nicholas Pescod 39 0 0 24 acres called Canons Lands

    Index of persons and Places, H, I

    Hill House lands, Russells, Pondshead Piece, Ryefield Farm and Hill House, Canons lands, Pollards Meads, Eames Alderwood and Heath alias Blackeelies, Harting Farm, Upperton Meads, Harting Ponds, Mills alias Books, Hornards, Bakers Hill, Ryefield Pond, Cookes, Mill House, the Crabbs,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    had been received by them, in which st it was stated that a portion of the land known as w. Ryefield had been offered for sale in the present or month, and suggesting that the Board should b exercise their Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    83 Yee, Hrnnbhilatitt Joseph Miner, formerly of Rawthorpe, ElHddeteirjd. t8 will please to accept this intimation. I PBACi8.-MaTch 5th, at Ryefield Cottage, Schole3, Holnflmth otqI years, Mr. John Peace, formerly of the Atbion Hotel, rHaideaj,! RzaqorLs.-fln the 3rd Macrh, at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o-, ~io~-- kry, 2sited'y the hev. -;',, Mr. Willi.r an Amas, of -'r": of BaLlyaocoanelly, .. P{JaVl7ER 'archU 11, at Ryefield Churc'h, I R -v. De'-.is rnor-r, itctor of Virginria, JGl1U i - on o' t't3 lant John Bl1ck;, Esq., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Archbold, Carn. money, County Antrim; Miss Mary Browne, Rose Cottage, Strabane ; Mr. David Doak, Derrywasser, County Tyrone; Hugh Gray, Ryefield, Virginia; Geo~ge Greer, Woodville, Lurgan; Win. J. Hamil- ton, Killeshandra; Win. Kerr, Coolkeeragh, Drum- quin, County Tyrone; Mrs. George Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    communication throughout the empire. H0RRIBLE DEiTH OF A MINER. DERBY, TURSDuaoY.-This morning as the cage was being lowered at the Ryefield Colliery, Derby, the cable sniapped and the cage fell into the pit. A miner named Hiram. Whitemoor wvas standing Subscribers-only content

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