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  • * Victoria County History *

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    no more than four beasts each. 77 By 1770 the only remaining open arable was 36 a. at Tugford in Stanyard , Morbeach, and Lower fields. 78 Balaam's heath was much reduced on its east side between the mid 17th

  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles II - volume 205, June 13-16, 1667, 13 June 1667-16 June 1667

    and 100 in each company, viz.: I. Col., E. Chesterfield. Lieut.-Col., Hen. Stanyard. Major, Sir Theo. Gilby. Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. Earl Chesterfield. Fred. Stanhop. Wm. Barnes. Hen. Stanyard. Jo. Carroll. Roger Cooper. Sir Theo. Gilby. Theo. Garlick. Rob. Garlick. Jo. Subscribers-only content

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

    Mr. Captain William Stanley , Mr. William Stansted , alias Stanstreet Causey. See Ockley. Stanwix , Captain Thomas Stanyan , Stanyard, Laurence, surviving patentee of late farm of the Revenue in Ireland petition of Staple , the, infraction of the Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the coge, and that Stanyard had the money. Hle had known the defendant Nicholls for years, and had purchasod articles from him previously. Police-constable Grogan stated that he had in vain endeavoured to find the man Stanyard, who liveed in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pleath, Erdlngton. near taoe Golde CroussInn, together wllshpriva~te and aple Out,-bhialuigs, andlavary large Garden; h, hl otligneihi~narofra~d occupiedbIy M~r. Stanyard, atthoyearly rent of £9. l5i. LorT2._A hiaslar Lot tothe abovelebt o Mr. Heare, at9 £9..le a year. LeT 3.-Another Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "'SIORTi~G INT~LLLQHENOM A' OMG FOI1TURKG, ]1 , llOo-oy.,T42 [ . ~~~1871. MARGEL . LI a I 2, L t9 NotUnghaa a. Eips, m -___- 25, t Lleou W twtek 2.24,2I I Lli~od __ b, i Eaiitbourne _ oi...7 tlra Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Th1e Storss, Parade, from Emma Praenem to C. F. Wood- | bridge ; Sons of Mlirth, Lionel Street, from Johes Stanyard I to C. H. Workman ; Rose and Crown, Brearley Street West, from H. Newman to R. YarnoIy * Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    H. Hawkes) held anl inquest touchin5 the death of David stanyerd, agesl three years, and Wilhe Stanyard, aged eigh;t years, elildrell at Elirm Stanyard, widov, of 0 Cosrt 3seley Steaid The children strayed from home on WX ednesday last, and Subscribers-only content

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