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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Henfield Henfield c. 1875 Henfield village c. 1955

    1984 , nevertheless, the centre of the village west of High Street had many trees, some open space, including the Tanyard field and the large gardens attached to Potwell and to Red Oaks , and numerous footpaths; meanwhile, east of

    Henfield Economic history

    TD/W 157; de Candole, Henfield , 161-2. The field name Tanyard field recorded S. of Terry's Cross in the SE. corner of the par. in the 1840s presumably indicates another tanyard site outside the village: W.S.R.O., TD/W 157. Kelly 's

    Banbury Churches

    John Newman conveyed property at the junction of North Bar and Castle Street to trustees. 406 The property, known as Tanyard in the 19th century, was for annuities and other charitable purposes connected with this church. In 1827 £32 net

    Parishes Netteswell NETTESWELL c. 1875

    clothier ( 1623 ), and a tanner ( 1700 ). 74 In the 18 th century there was a tanyard at Tanyard or Tannery (later Netteswell ) House, west of Netteswell Cross. It seems to have closed by 1840 .

    Parishes Huish Episcopi Huish Episcopi , 1799

    , when it was divided into two dwellings. 90 It was subsequently known as Pound Farm, and in 1971 as Tanyard Cottage. It is a 16th- or early-17th-century structure with lias walls and a thatched roof. The internal walls appear

  • * British History Online * *

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    Board of Health Minutes, 1850-65

    park for the Public. October 29. Ordered, that the Surveyor present a Plan to the next meeting, for passing the Tanyard Brook into the Town sewers. 1859 April 19. Resolved, that Angel Street be pitched with granite by way of

    Close Rolls, Henry VII, 1501-1507, 01 January 1501-31 December 1507

    the seid somme of cc marke.' 1507. Feb. 8. The like recognizance by William Plomton of Plomton, esquire, and Hugh Tanyard of Borobrygge co. York, gentleman. Membrane 11 d . 1506. 673 Nov. 24. Five recognizances to the king for Subscribers-only content

    Index, T

    Sussex, Woolhams in, 625, 654. Tanner , John, 365. -, Walter, of Sonning, 166. Tansor , Northants, manor, 727, 768. Tanyard , Hugh, gent., of Boroughbridge, 672. Tapelegh , John, 162. Tapeley , Tapelegh [in Westleigh ] , Devon, manor, Subscribers-only content

    Schedule of place names, S - Z

    Fields in the parish of Llantrisant (1655) TAN RIVER, The; the Tanyard Brook. A stream which ran into the river Taff just below the Quay. So called from the tanyard which stood immediately west of the Castle (1715, 1766, 1858.)

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fsome of his drawings, which are all original, we trace the spirit of George Mason. Mr. , Oliver Baker's " Tanyard on the Wye, Rhayader " ( (193) is broad, vigorous, and telling. Mr. I Mfargetson's "Elaine" (214), while it Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Heath black Pony; poor.-Ap1 _ L C. WimlettU, Great Brook Street M'ewo. cR016 na SlMOLE.N or Str-aed, froum Mr. Wright's Tanyard Frtn. Tile EHil STb'lack Mare, 15.2, and brown Pony, about I3 bards, with white hairs on forehead; all expenses Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by Masiti sad Wife.-W., 38, Hope Street, hanlky. c6658 BOUTS or Porter; thoroughly expericnred; age 23; good refer. __encces.-A. Dueis, Tanyard. Cottage, Acuckes Green. Ilirm. c6345 i)_UTCR-E;ES.-Wated, by yonnI Mlan 1231, a Ssitastion as First AS- or good Second iii Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    very generaL Indeed, there was I scarcely a house that did not display some mark of re- joicing. At the Tanyard (over the road) of Messrs. J. C. and J'. Rogers, a triumphal arch was erected of evergreens, and decorated, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Freehold Property is not dlspaad of an a whole It will. be offered in live lots. and should the Tanyard then remain usneokl It, wrill he, eofered on leswe the yearly'rantal for manob term toline fixedby Public Auction. Tihe Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    'The Back door': a sketch of what might happen., 1897

    to the scene of action. The Plover's Marines to join his party. Cellairs and his two torpedo gunners (Smith and Tanyard ), as well as the Gunner of the Victor (Larke) proceeded to the Torpedo Depot. The Plover was in Subscribers-only content

    'The Back door': a sketch of what might happen., 1897

    in 72 , and Smith, Tanyard , Larke and Soper respectively in 2nd class torpeJo boats Nos. 33, 34, 35 and 36, pro¬ ceeded West down the Harbour. The 9- pounder boat's gun from the Plover had been put in Subscribers-only content

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