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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Harefield Mills

    of the parish, and Gapes House next to it 24 probably occupied the site of the later Nokes 25 or Springwell 26 Farm. A corn water-mill stood on the demesne in 1559 and was held by the lord; 27 Harefield

    Wombridge Later Oakengates Oakengates U. D. And C. P. 1934- 66

    to have been those to which Wombridge priory demesne had expanded by c . 1269. The western boundary partly followed Springwell brook, whose ancient course was largely obliterated by industry. 65 The other boundaries apparently did not follow major natural

    Wombridge Growth of settlement Wombridge And Priorslee In The 1840s

    on the east by a stream dividing Hadley wood from the king's wood ( Wrockwardine wood), on the west by Springwell brook, and on the south by Watling Street . 90 Eastward and northward expansion by c . 1181 may

    Heston and Isleworth Schools

    Chatsworth, Heath Road (juniors 1932, infants 1937); Wellington , Sutton Lane ( 1935 ); Norwood Green ( 1938 ); and Springwell , Heston ( 1938 ). The Busch House openair school was also opened in 1938 . 31 In 1925

    Ketley Ketley and Redlake c. 1925 (scale 6 in. to 1 mile)

    stone. T.S.A.S . xi. 338. The name may not have referred to the nearby crossing by Watling St. of the Springwell brook: below, Wombridge , Growth of Settlement. Above, Hadley , intro. S.R.O. 972, parcel 245, map. L.J.R.O., B/C/11, John

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Pereira, in the Lecture Room at the London Institution, on the evening previous to the dreadf'ul occurrence at the Springwell Col- liery, that flame will pass from the Davy Lamp when that lamp is in its most perfect state, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of those dreadful accidents which have too frequently occurred in colliery districts, took place at Springwell Colliery, near Wreckenton, about four miles from Newcastle, the property of Lord Rlavensworth and partners, by which twenty.sevea men and boys unfortunately lost their Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    7.30 p.m. rocket signals were observed from the is Cork lightship, and in answer thereto the Harwich Life. 3e boat Springwell left the barbour. The wreck is supposed ig to be on the uppermost part of Longsand or South Sands. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sons. 13% 14 13% 10 '10 Ditto, Prel., 7%.12% - - Sik 101 Ditto, lIeS. 5/. 106 - - 1091100 .Springwell, S%'i DeS. ... - - 109 10 10 Taylor's Eagle, Fret, 7%.. - 12 - 10 10 Threlfall's..............- l4'? Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    subs. Sir C. Monck's Vesta .Swift) 1 Lord Zetland's Laachester .(Ord) 2 Mr. O'fara's Spofforthi Maid.. (WiUington) 3 Mr. Stephenson's Springwell. liBumby) 4 Mr. Nichol's The Moulvie (Alderoft) 9 Mr. Walker'e Horac ..Bullock) O Mr. Watt's f. by Augur-Miss Conynghan Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Plate, 10 December 1829

    Willington, 35/6 Felling, 29/0 Do. - 37/6 East Percy, 29/0 40/6 Peareth's W.E., 36/6' Dean's Primrose, 32/3 Lyon's W.E., 37/6 Springwell W.E., 33/0 Bewick & Co.'s W.E., 38/0 Ball & Co.'s W.E., 36/0 Redheugh, 28/6 Russell's W.E., 38/0 Kill*, 36/0 Subscribers-only content

    Plate, 10 December 1829

    Cramlington, 30/9 Bewick & Co.'s W.E., 37/6 ' Peareth's W.E., 33/9 Dean's Primrose, 31/0 Lambton's W.E., 37/3 Russell's Lyon's, 35/6 Springwell W.E., 30/0 Hetton's W.E., 38/0 Nesharn Main, 35/9 Wear W.E., 29/0 Jesmond's W.E., 37/0 Willington, 36/0 Windsor's Ponton, 31/9 Subscribers-only content

    Plate, 10 December 1829

    Redheugh, 30/0 Eden Main, 35/0 Fawcett Main, 31/0 Springwell W.E., 33/6 Harraton, 30/3 Lambton's Primrose, 36/6 Fawcett Main, 31/3 Hotspur, 36/0 Liddell's, 30/6 Willihgton, 38/0 Do. 30/6 Kill*, 36/6 Ord's Redheugh, 30/6 Springwell W.E., 35/6 Durham Main, 30/6 Eden Main, Subscribers-only content

    Plate, 10 December 1829

    34/3 Russell's W.E., 41/6 Dean's Primrose, 37/3 Hertford, 30/0 Bewick & Co., 41/6 Walker's W.E., 38/0 B 34/0 Kill* 38/0 Springwell W.E., 35/6 Nesham, 36/3 Stewart's W.E., 40/0 Brown's W.E., 36/9 Green's W.E., 35/6 Newmarch, 37/6 Burraton's W.E., Russell's W.E., Subscribers-only content

    Plate, 10 December 1829

    Blyth, Scotch, &c. Hartley - - - 37/0 Sunderland. Eden Main Fawcet Main Hedsworth Main Nesham Main Walls-end, Lambton's Do. Springwell Do. Stewart's 41/0 40/3 37/0 40/9 45/3 40/6 45/3 [318] Ships at Market Sold - 26 Unsold - 6\ Subscribers-only content

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