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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Shifford Manor

    in 1634 he surrendered his interest. 79 By 1675 the manor was held by Robert and Anne Veysey's surviving son Sunnybank , who in 1697 sold it to Josiah Bacon , a London merchant, to discharge his debts. 80 Bacon

    South Mimms Education

    there from Islington . 29 More primary education was provided with the opening of Oakmere schools in 1958 30 and Sunnybank schools in 1960 . 31 Oakmere infants' school opened with 176 children, of whom 131 were transferred from Ladbrooke

    Newnham Introduction Newnham 1969

    of a community for the mentally handicapped run by the Camphill Village Trust. 75 Later houses on the road include Sunnybank Cottages, built in 1862 . 76 By 1839 small groups of houses had been built near the wharves along

    Parishes Salperton

    with reversion to his nephew Robert Veysey (d. 1666) of Oxford and in 1695 the younger Robert's son and heir Sunnybank Veysey sold it to John Burford . After John's death in 1702 it was assigned to his sister Catherine

    INDEX K-Z

    of Exeter , n John (fl. 1718), Rob. (d. 1635), Rob. (d. 1666), Rob. (d. 1700), Rob., s. of above, Sunnybank , Wm., fam., villages, deserted, see settlement vintners, wine and spirit merchants, Wadard (fl. 1086), n , Wadham College

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OFFENCES AND ACCIDENTS. OFFENCEs.-A murder of an atrocious character was committed in the New Forest, at Fawley, neatr Hyrhe, on Christmas eve, the victim beingr J. Ravin, aged fifty-nine, a labourer on the Cadland estate. The decease wvas found Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Work. M )SRS. FUL LERd, HORSEY, SOIN. anrl 00, arn Instructed to Sell by Astetion, at the DenD~bTe btebb'Rill at Sunnybank, near ilevenoaks Station. on TUESDAY. July Hr fr-loving days, at Utoe piecioell-11,t,00 feet solondl sAT'12N8, 3l squars boadingrererl thosand Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CORBETT, E,, Jlm., Aldershaw, Lichflold COlilf E, J., fitnipcnilills Burton on-Tront CART\YRlaBT. THOM-NS, Wedne3bauy ORESSlVELI., F., Smethivicl:. CIIANOl+,, JOHN lI., Sunnybank, Augusta3 Ro5d, Edgba3-cn, OUEATLE, W. Olic3tcraeld, i;ichflcid OIEMAN, S. li,, Colmoie Ilc5, Birmin6hsr OHESIIIRl3, EDWD., Smethwicb, *? OOTTERILT., F. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    G,, Burton-on-Trent. CORBETT, B., Jun.. Alderahew, Lichficid. CORNE, J., Stapenhill, Burton-on-Trent. CARTWRIGHT, THOMAS, Weducebury. CRESSWELL, F., Sunethwvick. CHlANCE, JOIIN HI., Sunnybank, Augustas Roed, Edgbikstori. CHEATLE, W., Chesterfield, ,ichfield. COLEMAN, S. M., Colmore Row, BIrtningham. UHESHIRE, EDWD., Smethwick, COTTERILL, F, NY., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    declares that his real namne is Huou M. BEnoons, and that lie is the son of S,.srum, N. B3itooxs, of Sunnybank, Hyde, . Cheshiro, England. A letter from the latter is r said to have been shown to MTWhILL in Subscribers-only content

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