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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Broomfield Broomfield 1838

    from the Mesolithic period onwards. There are Iron Age hillforts at Ruborough, Rooks Castle, and Castles; 9 land known as Stanborough , in the south-east of the parish, may indicate a fourth site. 10 Broomfield parish seems to have been

    Watford Introduction

    St. Albans road ; at Garston Manor a little farther north, the seat of Mr. Claude Watney ; at the Stanborough , the residence of Miss. Cottrell ; at Munden House, the property of the Hon. A. H. Holland Hibbert

    Harrow , including Pinner Other estates

    other Reading lands, including two head tenements, had passed to the Stanboroughs by c . 1642. 64 In 1732 Joseph Stanborough enfranchised one, a capital messuage abutting east on East End Green , with 6 a. of inclosures and 54

    Parishes Notgrove

    the Anglo-Saxon perambulation was a 'street' with 'Cynelm's stone' as a landmark on its course, 6 was later known as Stanborough (or Stamberrow) Lane, presumably meaning Stone Barrow Lane . 7 Its route forms Notgrove 's long northern boundary save

    Parishes Hatfield

    been occupied for many years by Lord Mountstephen , who has on several occasions entertained royalty. The little village of Stanborough lies on the North Road a little further south. To the west are the village of Cromer Hyde ,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    161. Clavering (Norfolk), Hundred of, 213. Clavering Place (New- castle-upon-Tyne), 265. Clevedon, 174. Clipstone, 265, Cogen- hoe, 304, Coleridge and Stanborough, Hundreds of, 299. Compton, Bishop, 94. Compton, Martin, 174. Cossington, 161. Cowley with Preston Bissett, 216. Cramsfield, 333. Cuddington, Subscribers-only content

    28 February 1720, 28 February 1721

    and unwarrantable Practice. The several Examinations of Sir John Blunt, Mr. IIoul- dich, Mr. Sawbridge senior, Mr. Henry Blunt, Jo/ut Stanborough, John Mount, and John Maddy, taken before the Committee of Secrecy, this Day read, relating to the said Mr. Subscribers-only content

    19 March 1821, 19 March 1821

    imported into this lands residing in the several hundreds of Coleridge, country may be allowed, but that the existing regulations Stanborough, and Ermington, in the County of Devoti, may be continued in force. was presented, and read; also complaining of Subscribers-only content

    24 April 1823, 24 April 1823

    of Devon, be revived. Petition A Petition of several Freeholders and other Inhabitants "jspecting of the hundreds of Coleridge and Stanborough, and parts HoacT adjacent, in the county of Devon, was presented, and read; setting forth, That the Petitioners have Subscribers-only content

    16 May 1834, 16 May 1834

    of Manshead, in the county of Bedford;-—in the males of Market Harborough;—Inhabitants of Dumfries; KLf Distre"sura hundreds of Coleridge and Stanborough, in the South Hams —Collessie;—Rathfrilland;—and, Congregation of Silver- of the county of Devon;—and, Owners and Occupiers of street Chapel, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COUNTY F=RE OFFICE and PROVIDENT LIFE OFFICE, REGENT STREET, London. Established 1S06. rrtxserIDs AND irESTrErS. The Duke of Rutland j Earl Grey The Marquis of Northampton Lird King, &c. &c. &c. DIRECTrOaS. S. T. Barber Beaumont, Esq. Sir S. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    V. L. Tottenham cent Stanifoer, Julius, Skinner st. Everet, William, Enfield Snowhill Stanley, J. H. Edmonton Fitapatrick, Captain Jno. 15 Stanborough, Jas. Islesrth Flludyer atreet Stuart, Lord Dodley, Wilton Fruon, Joseph, New Bond st Crescent Stopford, John, Little Stan- Gage, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    falling upoe some broken glass. The defendant was com- mitted to gaol for a month. SRBIGOS CHARGE AGAINST A POuicvirAw.-Charlep Stanborough,' police-constable, residing at Bedlam's End was summoned for assaulting Caroline Tyse, marriea woman, of the same p lace. Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    M. Walters and 1 A. M. Walters, backs ; Cowrie, Wreford Brown, and Shaw, half-backs; Ainger, Nixon, Currey, Parry, and Stanborough, forwards Wolverhampton Wanderers: Hose, goal' Baugh and C. Mason, backs; Fletcher, Allen, and towder. half-backrs;* Brodie, Wykes, WoIrall, Wood, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ends' Connolly - scored once and Craf*ord i pot .on 2 goals, whilst in-the last five 'minutes o 'the gtme Stanborough sentthe ball through fr Cainbnidge. Result: Arsenal:-'5 ;'Camblidge, t d ' BEnts AND Buks AssocrAnot v. WmvTs.-This inter- assoiatidn Subscribers-only content

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