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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stow cum Quy Economic history

    north-west, called from the late 17th century the Sheepwalk , c . 46 a. in 1737 , 75 was presumably reserved for the manorial sheepflocks. About 1560 Holmhall manor had rights of sheepwalk for 240 sheep and the two manors

    Landbeach Economic history

    1609 the Sheepwalk , 7 it had by 1659 long been divided into four separate sheepwalks, apparently marked off by ditches. The flocks assigned to one were not allowed to enter any other, even in passage. One sheepwalk belonged to

    Wembdon

    Perry Furneaux . 88 Extensive common grazing north of Wembdon village 89 included Chislett Warth , also called Sheepsleight or Sheepwalk , in the extreme north beside the Parrett in both Wembdon and Chilton Trinity parishes. 90 There was also

    Bottisham Economic history Bottisham Fen c. 1677-1800

    the Parkers as lords of Anglesey manor, partly for sheepwalk, 120 a. in Lode moor and Quyall; 37 by 1675 another 175 a, of Longmeadow moor, in 1793 partly called the Sheepwalk ; 38 and by 1677 41 a. in

    Parishes Turvey

    The parish is well wooded, and includes Allebones Spinney, Picts' Hill Gorse , Davis's Spinney, Dobbin Spinney, Gullet Wood and Sheepwalk Spinney. Turvey is a station on the Bedford and Northampton Railway . The parish was inclosed by Act of

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    11 March 1774, 11 March 1774

    of Bectley, Great Bittering, and Gref- " fenhall, in the County of Norfolk, within the Liberty " of Sheepwalk, called Beeiley Sheepwalk; and for l( dividing, allotting, and enclofmg, certain Commons " and Wafte Lands, within the faid Parifli of Subscribers-only content

    16 March 1774, 16 March 1774

    in the Parilhes of Beetley, Great Bit¬ ter ing, and Greffenhall, in the County of Norfolk, within the Liberty of Sheepwalk, called Beetley Sheep- walk ; and for dividing, allotting, and enclofing, certain Commons and Wafle Lands, within the faid Subscribers-only content

    16 March 1774, 16 March 1774

    of Beetley, Great Bitter- " ing, and Grejfenhall, in the County of Norfolk, within " the Liberty of Sheepwalk, called Beetley Sheepwalk j and for dividing, allotting, and enclofing, certain " Commons and Wafle Lands, within the laid Parifh " Subscribers-only content

    18 March 1774, 18 March 1774

    the Parifhes of Beetley, Great Bitter- ing, and Gfejfenhall, in the County of Norfolk, within the Liberty of Sheepwalk, called Beetley Sheepwalk ; and for dividing, allotting, and enclofing, certain Commons and Wafte Lands, within the faid Parifh of Beetley-" Subscribers-only content

    31 March 1774, 31 March 1774

    Parifhes of Beetley, " Great Bittering, and Grejfenhall, in the County of ** Norfolk, within the Liberty of Sheepwalk, called " Beetley Sheepwalk; and for dividing, allotting, and " enclofing, certain Commons and Waile Lands within " the faid Parifh Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OF MERIONETH. Sale of Desirable Freehold Property known as PEN' Y-GLANAU and AILT-Y.DYRUS, containing 191a. 2r. Bp., together with the Sheepwalk on Aig- nant Mountain, situated in the celebrated Vale of Festiniog, alos to the famed Slate. Quarries. TO BE Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    3r. If,.: Ty newydl, 2H. 2r. 17p., Bryn Derw, 24a. 3r. 17p. : Sclv i-housr. together with the rigbht of Sheepwalk on fdynyhl rnlbyn, 131 p-.....r... .... ' 224 2 24 PARISa OF LLAINFAEFECIAN. 7irr4L-CamyNeint .................... .41 0 25 and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hope the venerable baronet will be restored to his usual strength. NENvIMAR ET.-The Jockey Club have become tenanats of the Sheepwalk, known as the Long Hill, Warren Hill, and Side Hill Gallops, on the east end of the town. They Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Station, Msontgomeryalhlre; onsisting or nearly HO acres of Pasture and Arablo Land (barley and turnip soil), with 120 aeres of Sheepwalk adjoining. Rent £230. per annusn. A. large portion of the Laud titho free.-Apply, Jamnes Jenkins, 2ii. Cannon Strect. o441S Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sno county of Montgomery. in the ocautipoin of Mr. avid osnd,e anyeiarly tenant. To thinl roplerty isattached a rlgitt of Sheepwalk. ihteSIN GMLOIAC RY UAT~INYCQID FARM,wttePIN ;IiILjoF TO , and FULLING NILL asji~ningsieotuato on the Rti er Sevnprn In the Subscribers-only content

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