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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Beauchamp Roding Introduction

    of the church. Near it on the west side of the road are four pairs of council houses. The 'Two Swans ' at Bird's Green was a farm-house until the middle of the 19th century. 14 It is a 17th-century

    Parishes Mears Ashby

    Sywell . Two gabled houses to the south of the church are medieval but much altered in the 17th century. Swans ' Pool Brook, the only stream of any size in Mears Ashby , flows through the village. The soil

    Parishes Stony Stratford

    with Two Necks' in 1609 , 48 the 'Three Swans ' in 1667 , 49 again as the ' Swan with Two Necks' in 1691 , 50 and the 'Three Swans ' the fo llowing year. 51 The ' Red

    Parishes Hauxton and Newton

    lease was acquired by Nicholas Freville, lord of Little Shelford . 81 From the 1590s it was held by the Swans . From John Swan , lessee by 1590 , 82 it passed c . 1606 to his brother Robert,

    Houghton on the Hill

    in 1315 . 67 The Belgraves were considerable landowners and lived in the village until at least 1580, while the Swans lasted until after 1616. 68 A family called Ward was assessed in 1381 , and there were still Wards

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pris ls. yr un, RHAN i. ' PRE GET A U . Y DIwE4 - BARH E MH WNJ PYFMYN, 0 DAN OLYGIAD Y PARCH. OWEN THOMA1-, - CYNWYSIAD Y RHAX GYNTAF. Preg. I. Mab ac Etifedd.-Gal. iv. 8. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gyrhola pherhau . mae e1 flea yn ddymunol. OCf eradwsyaeefho Pswyug childre's cough - Mrs Petheriek, Tnyscedwi Iron Works eo Swans has found the Bala eminently usul In herily ;8Gw of and sye lceepa In herhouse ready for any emergency, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    u z: N"Me At fas yn ddvauRnol. Iy I 'Cnymesudsjsetes PsOP ii Chidren's C4Vh - Mrs Petberick, Ynyscedwn Iran Works Swans, has found the allsan eminently useful in her family h1and syks it in her house ready for any emergency, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GNAU, S Y.DD EUST1'U PETH SYDD CH.WERW I'R TRWY- GYMER YD 0WILY-*-EVANS' QUNIE ITER E VEET E- TOI Y Fddyiniethoreu'a dedycktmywyo w d4yle7- si VWc tk040C!/az ddiad-' a P gad Tygriia; Yetst~iog~ Mob. 7, )8'. QUININE BITTERS. ~~~~~~~~~~~Dear Sf,-I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    8d. EM MAN UEL-H.N.A., 8&, 10s. 6&; S.F., 3s,, 2.., U. 6d., Si. 3. PARRY & SNS,- 9, Castle Street, Swans. CYH0.EDDIADiU DIWEDDAR. . v GYXDEITHAS ER AMDDIFFYN YR ±EGLWYS. 9, BflIDGi-STREET, WESTMINSTER, LnODOiS. S.W., ' Y MAE Y CYHOEDDIALDAU Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SWAN, Richard, of Kingston-upon-Hull, Yorks.

    1415 Ofifces Held Bailiff, Kingston-upon-Hull Mich. 1414-15. Biography The Swans were a long established Hull family, and Richard was almost certainly a close kinsman of the Thomas Swan who served as controller of the royal customs there in the late


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