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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Spaxton Local government

    , Radlet , Spaxton , Splatt , and Tuxwell. 36 For the land tax there were 7 tithings: Merridge , North Street , Pightley , Lower Plainsfield , comprising Radlet and Padnoller, Spaxton , including Splatt and possibly Fursegate, Tuxwell,

    Spaxton Economic history

    . 87 Pightley mill, referred to in 1328 , 88 stood probably on Durleigh brook. Its later history is unknown. Splatt mill, also called Legge's, east of Court Farm , may have been the Spaxton manor mill recorded in 1329

    Spaxton Spaxton , Charlinch and Postridge c. 1838

    Wrenmore, Southam , 75 now Holmes Farm , and Clarkes Farm. 76 Halsey and Twinell farms and the hamlet of Splatt were recorded in the 17th century. 77 Until the 19th century there was no significant nucleated s ettlement. Spaxton

    Index K-Z

    (Claybury), pop., Postridge, East, prehist. rem., Quantock Durborough, q.v . Radlet , rectors, rectory, ho., Rom. rem., rural deanery, sch., Splatt , Stockland Lovel, see Spaxton : Farm tithes, tithings, Tuxwell, Twinell, vestry, warren, woodland, Wrenmore, otherwise mentioned, Speccote ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Belford, Northtamber- land, miller-August 11, J. Skelton, Newrcastle-upon-Tyne, timuer mnerclianit- Atenist 13, E. Dawes, Wolverhlampton, licensed victtaller-Augast 13, S. Ii. Splatt, Liverpool, sailmoker. Celrtificates to lie grtiuled, uosnes carso be shiown to the contrary on the d&y of meeting.-Augoist II, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Whitechapel, grocer-June IG, J. Whitaker, loidre end, near Newchurch, Rossendale, Lancashire, cotton manufacturer-June !tI.Mcedfowsa, Manchester, time merchant-Jane 17, S. II. Splatt, Liverpoot, e:llaSco-Jttne 23, H. G. Fey, Taunton, sorgeon-June 23, W. Tyack, late of Csn~bonf CCornwvall, is keePor-Juite 23, A.Ltood, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ff. litigot, Mr. Thortas URic- ;~s, V. Sr irils Nivlltolsop, th KOM. W. Howirind ietiior.Guneriil ,f C''ltIinnfirls)- . W1. F". Splatt, SirJohn i-lea, Si heny Yniiii , F" Iinricis Scott, Sir Frederick ItogrsSirJ~riW& yttii, ir Danruie-1 Cooper, Mr. John ~;rilit Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    it prosperous future awaits I A this ustdertalcing." The report is signel by Messrs. IV. AL. 1 .t Bullivant, M'. 1'. Splatt, James Cleminson, J. B. Pasil, t aid S. H. Day, the consulting committee. t ml _ - - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to render the least assistance. Mr. Splatt is now in the 71st year of liis age. His Worahip the Mayor r of Liverpool has kindly headed a subscription for the relief of Mr. Splatt with a donation of £5. Donations, Subscribers-only content

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