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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Corrigenda to previously published volumes

    line 13 from end, alter '328,' to '328;' and insert 'Jn., ii.' page 244 c , line 38, for ' Seabrook ' read 'Seabrooke' page 249 c , line 8 from end, for '423' read '424' page 253 a ,

    The hundred of Cottesloe Introduction

    Cholesbury , Drayton Beauchamp , Edlesborough with Dagnall , Hadnall and Northall , Hawridge, Ivinghoe with Aston , Horton and Seabrook and St. Margaret, Marsworth , Pitstone with Nettlesden and Friesden, and Slapton . 4 The names of all three

    Parishes Ivinghoe

    hamlets are Wesleyan chapels. To the west of Ivinghoe town is the hamlet of Seabrook , divided into two parts known as Great and Little Seabrook , both lying near the canal. Two other hamlets, St. Margaret and Ringshall ,

    Alvescot Economic history 10. Alvescot parish in 1797 , showing approximate location of open fields

    perhaps the two fields mentioned in 1351 ; from the 17th century they were often called the Upper fields. 6 Seabrook furlong, by the parish's western boundary, was included in both those fields in the 17th century, but in the

    Index K-Z

    Sir Geo . Gilbert, scriveners , Scrope : Sir Geof. le, fam., Seaber : Wm., the elder, Wm., the younger, Seabrook , John, Seagrave , Steph. of, Seaman : Meshach, Nat., and see Seman Searle , Rob., Sears , David,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    VernonI, Stotr. T. Eiose ard C. P Wyatt, Langbhora Ward Cletahbers, mer- chaits. Attsmr ty, Mr. .odwo., Sarre;-socet, Strand. &.. Seabrook, Bowling-alley, Rfed Cross-street, mill-wrigh' Attdrey, P31. Parton, rWa]1rook,. London. SITURDAY'S LONDZOV GAZETTE.. BANKRUPTGI1ES ENLAROna. R. M"aar>intt, Northampton, banker, from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BIRTHS. On Wednesday ie'nnihlti, Mrs. Seabrook, wife of M Seabrook, batcher; of Great Biadley, of a daltlier, beiag her 26ih child. bigf, Within the last week, a woman named Margaret Collins ha heen safely delivered of a daughter, she is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    At . Rich. :g. BIRTHS*:. i . . .:f At Lodge, the lady of Capta Tyler, R.N., Lieutenant-Governor of St. Nin.. cent, of a daughter.- son. lin Green-street, the Hon. Mrs. Edward lIobbouse, of a non, A singilar occurrence Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    son and heir. In Cheltenham, Lady Darling, of a son, still born. MARRIED. At Cheriton, near Sandgate, Mr J.Youens, of Seabrook, to Mrs Ann Vagg. The bridegroom is 85 years of age, a fine bale hearty man, this being his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    horse as soon as lie corlrd, and im- mediately rode back to Grlildford, and gave insormation to thepolice; and Burt, Seabrook, and Mdandeville, three of the constables, set off in pirsuit of tie f)otpads. They made inquiry, but without success, Subscribers-only content


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