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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Charlton

    when the purlieus were inclosed. Stonehill , later Cockroost, Farm is an apparently 18th-century house which with a group of cottages east of it on the north side of the Cricklade-Malmesbury road made up Stonehill hamlet in 1773 and 1988

    Chippenham Economic history Chippenham c. 1544 (excluding Badlingham)

    were seven medieval open fields: Sound and Stonehill fields were first recorded c . 1144-6 , and the others were named by the late 12th century and the early 13th. 21 Pudmanhill and Stonehill fields lay alongside farmland of Badlingham

    Parishes Snitterfield [ Plan of Snitterfield church ]

    were at that time a number of common fields, including Hither, Middle, and Further Brook Fields (west of Luscombe ), Stonehill , Whornhill, Merce Field, Black Hill (on the borders of Hampton Lucy ), and Pale Lane Field, adjoining the

    Rodmarton Economic history

    were Lord Ducie , who was allotted 247 a. in Culkerton , Richard Kilmister , who received 78 a. in Stonehill and Culkerton , Elizabeth George , and three small freeholders. The rector was allotted c . 547 a. for

    Parishese Broadway

    borough are not known. The crosses called the White Cross 39 and Newmans Cross 40 may have been boundary crosses. Stonehill , near which stood the chapel of St. James , which existed in the 14th century, was within the

  • * British History Online * *

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    Entry Book, January 1684, 7-15, 01 January 1684-31 January 1684

    the boundary of the premises beginning at a cross lately cut in the ground at the south-west corner of Upper Stonehill Breake, being the outmost bounds of the township of Thoresby and situate 71 perches north-east of the common road

    General Index, S, T, U, V, 01 April 1639-30 September 1639

    , the Stoke , Suffolk Goldington, co. Buckingham Stone , Robert, pardon to Stone , co. Stafford document dated from Stonehill , Francis, petition of Stors , William Story , Anthony John, petition of Francis information of Stoughton , Nicholas, Subscribers-only content

    Cases brought before the committee, July 1648, 01 July 1648-31 July 1648

    Frickley. Marmaduke Cholmley, Bransby. Mat. Hamerton, Purston Jackling. Sir Philip and Fras. Hungate, Saxton. Sir John Middleton, Walton. Wm. Middleton, Stonehill, or Stockeild. Sir Geo. Palmes, and William his Son. John Peircy, Stubs Walding. Laurence Sayer. Sir Hen. Slingsby, Bart. Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, June 1545, 26-30, 01 June 1545-30 June 1545

    Holy Trinity priory, York ; also a meadow, close and tenement (specified, and tenants named) in Ledes, a messuage called Stonehill in Burley, Yorks., and the lands leased with it to Ric. Sergeantson, and four messuages, & c., in Heddyngley,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GLO. PYMTHEG 0 DDYNION WEDI MYGU I FARW- OLAETH. O Cymerodd tyeybineb arswydna le foreul dydd. Mawrth diweddal, yns y Stonehill Colliery, oddeutu c pedair milldir o Boltuo. Mae y pwll hwn oddeutu r 300 o latheni o ddyfnder, ac Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lion Hotel, Banbury, on Thu-sday, the 12th October, the property of lr. G. WV. Taylor, corn merchant. Brackley. Police-con- stable Stonehill, one of the county police, indt t mepisoe Crown~~~_ Il her Jaksn -~r ltc' .. et tearit, era wearing Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Yesterday morning a most, disastrous fire occurred at Messrs. Poscon and Lord's Stonehill Colliery, '.Woraley IRoad, Farnworth, near Bolton, by which seventeen lives were lost. The pits belonging to the firm are the most extensive in that district. The mine Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    obtaining mortality returns from all I similar institutions. C The fire which broke out on Tuesday night, at I the Stonehill Colliery, Farnwortlh, near Bolton, was still burning yesterday, notwithstanding that . many thousand tons cf water had been poured Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hotel, yesterdsy evening, the formal inquest on the bodies of the eighteen men and boys killed by tholpit-fire at the Stonehill Colliery, Farnworth, was opened beforo Xr. A. D. Edwards, deputy coroner for the district. Evidence as to identification having Subscribers-only content

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