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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Lolworth Introduction

    clay, and in the north upon narrow belts of greensand and Ampthill clay. Two watercourses on the west, once called Sandhill and Collin brooks, join as Caldwell brook; further to the east runs Cowpasture , formerly Northstowe, brook. 33 Between

    Earls Colne Economic history

    , had become 11 or 12 copyhold closes by 1598 . 45 Southfield (80 a. with its adjoining marsh) and Sandhill (47 a.), leased by the prior from the earl's demesne in 1493 and 1521, were held of the priory

    Washington Washington And Wiston c. 1875

    for instance Green in 1682 and Sandhill in 1689 , were afterwards enlarged into medium-sized farms. 3 About 1745 4 the manor had c . 36 copyholds, of which some were compact holdings, like Sandhill farm (48 a.), 5 while

    Parishes Fordingbridge

    1670 it was owned by Robert Blachford , who also owned a moiety of Sandhill Manor , 115 and in 1702 it was sold with Sandhill Manor by Robert Blachford and Anne his wife , Anthony Morgan and Katherine his

    List of maps

    passed to John Stansfield . 47 Philip Caryll (d. 1688) had built by 1677 a 'new building' called at first Sandhill and later NEWBUILDINGS . His son, also Philip, 48 had the house and its land in 1693 and 1713,

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, N, 01 July 1560-01 December 1594

    [Johnston ] of: p. 558. (Carlisle: raid on, p. 431. Newcastle ,: cannon, armour, & c. at (Feb. 1581), 89; Sandhill: 89; Keyside: 89; the plague at (Oct. 1583), p. 114; Angus and other banished nobles to go to (11th Subscribers-only content

    Border Papers volume 1, June 1594, 01 June 1594-30 June 1594

    "anvile"; 1 "vize"; 1 pair compasses. In the "Tylehowse." 34 cannon shot; 140 stone shot. In the house at the Sandhill. 6 iron "quarter slinges"; 4 chambers; 1080 round sh ot for cannon and culverin; 3600 "smale shott of sondrie Subscribers-only content

    Supplementary Records, Staveley

    make a report of the state and condition of the same, Benjamin Browne, reported that the way from Ratherhead to Sandhill was very narrow, opposite to the Crow wood especially, and many places much incumbered with the hedges on each

    Cecil Papers, August 1604, 21-31, 21 August 1604-31 August 1604

    States' and his advice what they were to do. For the enemy being already at the foot of Sandhill, yea in Sandhill mining, and being likewise at the foot of all their first new entrenchment, he will be master of

    Index, N O

    of Helmont (Helmount, New Helmont) in, 150, 280. bulwarks of Polder at, 150. enemy garrison from Sluys transferred to, 230. Sandhill in, 280, 281. Governor of, leaves Ostend with troops, 307. -, see also Ghestelt, Loane, Van der Node and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    candidates, Christopher Blackett, Esq., of Oakwood-hall, and John Hodgson, Esq., of Elswick-house, presented themselves on the hustigls erected on the Sandhill, accompanied by their respective friends. The usual preliminaries having been gone through, the Sheriff, Thomas Dunn, Esq., accompanied by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and the motive which has induced it is but too plain. I am sir, your obedient servant, "T. BUCKLER LETHBIRIDGE. Sandhill park, Taunton, Oct. 7,1839." -Salisbury Journal. IMPRISONMENT FOR CONTEMPT. We receive from a known Correspondent the following simple story Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Nash, corner of John Dalton street, Manchester; Thos. Nixon and Co: I Castle street, Liverpool; J. and J. Kimpster, 3 Sandhill, Newcastle-on- Tyne. E. MosEs and SoN beg to call the attentionof Emigrants to their low Lists for Outfits,. commencing Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE OCCUPATION OP BALAKLAVA. Yesterday's ' Moniteur' says The establishment of our army to the south of Sebasto- pol, and the taking possession of the port of Balaslava within a few days after the lai(linw of the Allied troops Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BANK BUILDINGS, LONDON. BRANCH OFFICES-GLA COoOW: 102 St Vincent street. DUBLIN: 67 Sackville street. MANtCHESTER: Cross strect. LIVEPOOL: Exchange. NEWCASTLE: Sandhill. BinxsitytAo : 52 Union passage. OFitCN BEAiRERs.-All of whom are Sharelholders. RESIDENT-His Grace the DUKE of ROXBURGHE, KE., VICE-PRESIDENTS-The Subscribers-only content

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    All Saints (Omnium Sanctorum) : chapelry Location: Newcastle (Northumberland) Place(s): Newcastle (Newcastle) : town Pandon (Pandon) : street name Sandhill(Sandhill) : street name open market place Location: Kingston Upon Hull, Holy Trinity (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Kingston Upon Hull (Hull) :

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    NEWTON, William (d.1453), of Swell, Som.

    Meanwhile, he had acquired lands at Donyatt, and in 1425 he also had become the tenant of the manor of Sandhill in Withycombe and a moiety of that of ‘Brodeway’, by grant of Sir Hugh Luttrell* of Dunster.[footnote]Shortly after his


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