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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Eastrip

    combined with Bruton manor under the name Sheephouse . It descended with Bruton manor until 1883 or later. 52 In 1320 the manor house occupied by Alexandra Huscarl included an oratory. 53 Sheephouse Farm, in 1995 known as Gladen, dates

    Woolaston Local government

    . 1700 at Plusterwine and Madgett, the latter newly built in 1687 , and there was a parish pound at Sheephouse ; 78 a pound remained at Brookend until the late 19th century. 79 Churchwardens' accounts survive from 1763, 80

    Parishes Chillington

    acquired further properties including Hill and Sheephouse farms, which made them the largest landowners in the parish. 51 Vere and Anne Poulett acquired interests in Sheephouse farm in 1749 ; 52 Hill farm, like Sheephouse farm held by the Poole

    Finchley Other estates

    barn or sheephouse. In 1842 97 a., described as Hendon Lane farm, were assigned to one Hamilton , who acquired the rest from Claridge in 1843 . 33 From c . 1857 to 1866 the farm, called Sheephouse farm, was

    Shipton-on-Cherwell Economic history

    towards sheep. John Rathbone 's widow Anne was accused in 1617 of having turned a tenement into a sheephouse, perhaps the Sheephouse close by the Cherwell recorded in 1623 . 61 The remainder of the demesne was under crop: 105

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

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    CP.E.85

    Bulmer (Bulmer, Bulm') : rural deanery York (Ebor') : city York (Ebor') : diocese Easingwold (YorkshireNorthRiding) Raskelf (Raskelf) : township Sheephouse (Shephous) : habitation Cannot identify - spelling has been modernised. Participant: Alice daughter ThomasBellamy [Belamy] Role: defendant Details: female

  • * British History Online *

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    Index of names and places, S

    : Harman. ii. 105. Dr. Thomas, ii. 270. Sheafield . See Sheffield. Shearly . See Shirley. Sheephcard . See Shepherd. Sheephouse (Sheaphouse), co. Brecon, ii. 15. Sheepley . See Shepley. Sheepskins , ii. 1046. Sheereman . See Sherman. Sheers (Sheeres),

    Index of names and places, W

    1328, 1382. William, i. 1136; ii. 46, 313, 482, 678, 679, 977, 1084 1086, 1382, 1448. senior, ii. 1328. of Sheephouse, ii. 15. Watkinson : George, ii. 1067. Godfrey, ii. 1429. Peter, minister, ii. 979. Watla . See Wardlaw. Watlington

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    prices,-Stephenlson's Bruth Maasifaotory, 13, WreerStreet, ol440 hlWO handsomeo Mlolh GOATS for 3ts. One Horped ant. Tawny. T.one Biack.-Owner, F. Bellows, Sheephouse, Gloioceasr. ohlit SALE, beaortifool Tana tc;MNKEGY, Talkieg Parroi Coeka- P T ,tee an o0lher Foreign Sirds,.-Harthia IRaboros. Nat arot, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his employer, proprietress of the Earl of Warwick, 191, Whitechapel Road. A claim. for :6500. commission on the sale of Sheephouse Farm, Maiddnhead, for £12.500., brought by a City solicitor named Durant against the vendor, Mr. Steele, of Gracechnrch Street, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Spooner, Wo2verhanpton, plumber, Jan. 19, at 12. Wolverhampton J. Coulson. Leedr, commission agent, Jan. 27, at 12, Leeds G. Marsh. Sheephouse, Jan. 27, at 12, Barnsley J. Rusrell, Bristol. coachbunlder, Jan. 27, at 12, Bristol C. WV. Thomas, aardiff, acorntant. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    feet. The pedestal, which was origi- -w' z)nally intended to be of granite; is af linmestone froni the TI a Sheephouse quarries, near the site of the Battle of the to I Boyne. lb t There was a general holiday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thur. fle. 22.Tbe Kenns e............. II. 0 VALEg or Lrsa ..O...Thur.. Dec. 22 ..Tewitfield ............ 11.0 FZNITON ........Wed.. Dec. 21. .Sheephouse uioiht ....11. 0 Pzwis_ ,ii., Dei '2;S 3 Carletores EHad .. 11..0 ITois., flee. 2}..0ourlhii .............11. 0 WVed., Dee Subscribers-only content

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