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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Ashley cum Silverley Economic history

    Breach (from Old English brec , meaning 'land newly broken for cultivation'), north of the village, and Stubbing and Hawk Stubbing fields ( stubbing implying the felling of trees), to the east. Thirteenth-century assarts included 'Heystubbing', 'Hawysheg', and the old

    Cheveley Cheveley c. 1800

    largely cleared at an early date, judging from the extent of ploughland in 1086 . 70 West of the village Stubbing field was named from the stumps left after felling. 71 In the mid 14th century the manorial wood, apparently

    Stanway Economic history

    a. in Lexden ), Goll grove ( c . 21 a. or more), Olivers wood (at least 30 a.), and Stubbing or Bellowes Hangings ( c . 25 a.). 24 Chitts wood had been cleared by 1787 , and much

    Cheveley Economic history

    but otherwise a regular three-field system never crystallized, and fields proliferated and were of irregular sizes. 82 On the clay, Stubbing field west of the village had arable strips in the 1450s , 83 and High field at the southeast

    House of Benedictine monks The priory of Blyth

    the tithes of which three places were worth 16 s . a year, and also concerning a certain close called Stubbing valued at 2 s . a year, and a place called Northewaye worth 24 s . a year. These

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wife of Baldwin DuppA Dt upa, Esg., of Hollingbouine house, Keat, daughter of the late Major General Henry Gladlwin, of Stubbing court, Derbyshire. At Awlicomne, in her 10ttb yeare, Mary Anton. She enijoved her ficoldfiei to the last. Fart 30 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    <r t, arerctsaieglove ntanufacturer-Jsu. 2-, G.i a- 'a 'ai tap--Jin. 28, WV. Pavts, Bradford, Yerk- kite ar set-r-an2all %A. WF. Stubbing, Mlanchester, grocer- F-: i, T. Daorel], Trelrseick, Cornwall, capper smeller-4 C Lanr. Gakbarmptan, Devonshire, linen draper- -'-- L O't5insa Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1 Stainburn and Baugh - 1 1 0 John Stapp and Sons 1 1 0 Henry Stephens, Esq. - 1: Stubbing and Lee . - .1 Miss M. A. Sullivan, Hampstead - 1 0 Summers and Son - - I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    re- siding at Hoyland. It appeared that Hague and Wood, after drinking in company at the Rock public house, at Stubbing, agreed to play at bowls. Wood proved the successful player, and won of his companion ten quarts of beer, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    strangers during the night there was a ballot. On WVednesday, a public meeting was held at Four Lane End, near Stubbing, and two of the Staffordshire men, George Moore and Henry Shiakspere, related the circnumstances under which they had come Subscribers-only content

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

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    Margaret Forster [Foster] Role: witness Details: female; 20; Wife of Thomas Forster, Officer of Excise Location: Lancashire Place(s): Bacup (Bacup) : undefined Participant: Elizabeth Waddington [Waddington] Role: witness Details: female; 21; Spinster Location: Rawmarsh (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Stubbing(Stubbing) : township


    Place(s): Leeds (Leedes) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Robert Birkhead [Birkhead] Role: witness Details: male; 31 Location: Halifax (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Stubbing(Stubbing) : undefined Participant: Thomas Booth [Boothe; Bowth] Role: witness Details: male; 33 Location: Leeds (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Leeds (Leedes) :


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