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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals St John the Baptist and St Anthony , Calne

    of 2 s . and suit of court twice a year, 20 acres of land in ' Stoke ' (perhaps Stockley in Calne ). 4 Robert de Careville, Treasurer of Salisbury , left £2 to it in 1267 . 5

    West Drayton Economic and social history

    land included, as well as the West Drayton field, about 100 acres lying adjacent in Hillingdon , and centred on Stockley . 98 In 1908 Broad & Co. advertised themselves as brickmakers, sanitary specialists, and lime, cement, and tile merchants.

    Calne Manors and other estates

    century land at Stockley apparently descended as part of the estate which came to be called the manor of Stock and Stockley . 53 Andrew Mortimer (will proved 1611), who held that estate, devised what was called Stockley manor to

    Calne Economic history Pig-singeing apparatus manufactured by E. W. Maundrell Lower mill c . 1900

    arable called Stockley field, the verges of the east-west lane, Stockley common, 24 a., and Broad's green, c . 5 a. 39 Stockley field was inclosed by Act in 1818 . 40 The verges of the lane, Stockley common, and

    List of maps

    the maps on pp. 28, 31 53 Quemerford in 1843 , from the map on p. 31 57 Stock and Stockley in 1843 , from the maps on pp. 28, 31 59 Studley and Derry Hill in 1843 , from

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Colburni, 781. .Trial of Johin Hunt for a -libel on Mr. Boebsa., 79..Willis v. Duncombe, 796.. The trial of Stockley v. Clement for libel, 796.. Of Smith v. Brodie, Lawson, and Carder for libel, 796.. Trial of Cook v. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Birmingham, sta- tionor. [Sutton, Birmingham.-J. and F. Piggin, Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, shoe manufacturres. [Motteram and Knight, Birmingham.-W. tainford, Liver- pool, upholsterer. [Stockley and Thompson, Liverpool. Dividends.-Aug. 31, M. Merenlie, King William street, City, merchant- Sept. 1, A. Harris, Dursley, Gloucestershire, wool Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    City, bookseller. [Starling, Sackville street, Piccadilly.-C. J. Kelson, Clifton, Bristol, apothecary. [J. C. Wallis, Bristol.-J. B. Hlignett, Liverpool, commission agent. [Stockley and Thompson, Liverpool.- WI. Wood and J. Wilding, Openshaw, Lancashire, boiler makers. [Slater, Man- chester.-J. Coombes, Manchester, ironmonger. [Slater, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pratt, Birmingh am, thimble manufacturier. [Webb, Biirminghain-W. Mosas, Ripley, Derby, grocer. [Matteramn and Knight, Birruingliam-J. Nichisison, West Derby, Lancaster, surgeon. [Stockley and Co., Castie streol, Liverpool-NV. lisyd, Newton in the Willows, Lancuster, butcher. [yates, juni., Livu rp,,ol-J. Biswer- mao, Tivertiun, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for a Bir- minghmn musical public to reflect upon? What is the state of orchestral music in Birmingham ? Mr. Stockley gives us three admirable concerts in the season, just sufficient to whet the appetite for more; and the M1essrs. Subscribers-only content

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    parish Durham (Dunelm) : diocese Participant: John Hall [Hall] Role: witness Details: male; 40 Employment: labourer Location: Brancepeth (Durham) Place(s): Stockley (Stockly) : undefined Brancepeth (Branspeth) : ecclesiastical parish Durham (Dunelm) : diocese Location: Brancepeth (Durham) Place(s): Brandon (Brandon, East

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    EARTHE, Roger (d.1589), of Dinton, Wilts.

    funeral in 1570. He held his farm and lands at Dinton as a Pembroke tenant. He also owned lands at Stockley, the farm of Wylye, Wiltshire, and the parsonage of Weekes Regis, Dorset. The subsidy return of 1576 assessed him


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