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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The liberty of Westover with Holdenhurst and Bournemouth INDEX MAP TO THE LIBERTY OF WESTOVER

    of Southbourne as was not already in the county borough. In the same year it was redivided into the present eleven wards; these are Boscombe East, Boscombe West, Branksome , Central , East Cliff , Malmesbury Park , Southbourne ,


    , Prinsted , and Southbourne and crossing the western parish and county boundary into Hampshire at Hermitage Bridge . The railway runs parallel with the road, a little to the north, with halts at Nutbourne and Southbourne . At the

    Christchurch ( Christchurch Twyneham) Introduction, castle and manors

    parish was further increased by a transference to it from Southbourne parish of the promontory known as Hengistbury Head . 5 In the following year the civil parishes of Southbourne and Pokesdown 6 were absorbed into that of Bournemouth .

    The borough of Devizes Religious and cultural history

    £1,000 for the sick and needy of the borough, and in 1936 Dr. Leonard Raby , successively of Devizes and Southbourne ( Hants ), gave £300 to the poor of the borough, especially for comforts to children and old people.

    Index A - Z

    Hampshire , see Appleshaw ; Bournemouth ; Fordingbridge ; Fyfield ; Hamble; Kimpton ; Odiham ; Romsey ; Southampton ; Southbourne ; Wight, Isle of; Winchester Crawley, rector of, see Tomlins, Sam. Hampshire militia , 229 Hampton : John ,

  • * British History Online * *

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    Inquisitions, 1596

    of meadow in Stangrave; 2 messuages, 20 a. of land, 12 a. of meadow and 40 a. of pasture in Southbourne; and 1 cottage, 1 garden, and 8 a. of land and meadow in Bidlonne. So seised, the said Hester

    Letters and Papers, June 1539, 26-30 , 01 June 1539-30 June 1539

    Geo. Conyers. Annuity of 4 l . issuing from a fourth part of 11 messuages, 21 oxgangs of land in Southbourne, Yorks., late of Th. Witham, deceased, during the minority of John Witham, s. and h. of the said Thomas;

    General Index, S, 01 June 1703-31 May 1704

    the Red Lion in Roman Catholic chapel found near St. Denys Southborough , near Tonbridge, co. Kent, letter dated at Southbourne , South Bourne, co. Sussex South Carolina , beef from Southern , Thomas, letters from Southwark , co. Surrey, Subscribers-only content

    Index of persons and Places, S

    255, 260, 266, 300. Southampton , Duke of. See Fitzroy, Charles. Southampton , Earl of. See Wriothesley, Thomas. Southburn , Southbourne, co. York, 197. Southfield , Soutfield, [Eton Wick ] , co. Bucks., 176, Southkirkland , co. York, 199. Southwark

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    adapted for those who are seeking a holiday by the " ocean wave." The new town, however, composed of " Southbourne " and " Sea-houses," meets all their wants, and during the season is generally full. On arriving at the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cisonon dtrest. . S VARDLEY.-Very pleavant semi-sletarlro ous,. - i'r clsuroh,CL .8. 426. Goad garden.-fay and Mrcr,L22,_CannUon Street.- IR, RIELSD (Southbourne). - ExceletFamily Residence. V -.BIRNelr'bus, trains and rail. Lerge gren.-Eward Stone, bhis d jCorporation Street. sitn ct~ V itC'ALMBRIDGIE Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Anercr 2 ato on Street, igEw. isRaLe~ d. 'YADALE,.Vir DuleyaPantlsr Enui-deAccs' Gren:sbre recpin eight chambersgarden.-Daysad 2ea2,Bristnoll Stead.b" B IRCHFIELD (Southbourne). -Excellent Family Resideusee. C rNer atio , tram, asid rall. Large gardes.-Edward Stone, k orporathon Strect. IS 7 CAMBRIDGE Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    they do at present, and their posi- tion is a necessary corollary of their claim to retain in their Y, own hands the direction of education. n- I am, sir, your obedient servant J. CHAMeERLAIN, ir Southbourne, December 24, 1869. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    objection to the publication of this nrrC- spondence. "I am, dear sir, yours faithfully, J. Chamberlain, Esq." "CHARLFs EVANs. " Southbourne, October 20, 1871. " Rev, and dear sir,.-I am obliged by your letter of 16th inet., and the information Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The University extension journal, 1890

    H. Shaw , M.A. B,yde-(1) English Colonies; J. A. R. Marriott , M.A. (2) Hygiene; C. H. Wade , M.A. Southbourne -English Colonies; J. A. R. Marriott , M.A. Southend -Electricity; H. Gordon , M.A. Stroud-English Prose Writers; C. E. Subscribers-only content

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