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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Northington

    portion of Philip de Totford , and were probably inherited from him by Robert de Totford , who was living in 1272 . 36 In 1314-15 John de Totford paid scutage for two hides in Totford ; 37 he was

    Parishes East Stratton

    wife Alice and others for disseisin of two-thirds of a messuage and certain lands in Northington , Swarraton , and Totford . It was decided that the tenement in question was Burcot , 'quedam mansio infra villam de Northampton ,'

  • * British History Online *

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    Index of persons and Places, T

    Torrington , Earl of. See Herbert, Arthur. Tosson , Tossen, co. Northumberland, 416; See also Great, Little and Mickle Tosson. Totford , co. Berks, 175. Totham. See Great Totham. Tothby , Totheby, co. Lincoln, 182, 206. Toulston. See Towston. Tower

    Warrants etc, December 1697, 1-10, 01 December 1697-10 December 1697

    3 " lands called Merryfeild 0 7 8 " Rastall Mead 0 4 0 " Gally's Cherry Croft, Nettlehill, and Totford 0 14 5 " lands in Nettlehill 0 8 0 " Crouchfeild in Bray 0 2 10 " Watts

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    reckoned as game. "A Constant Reader," Ludlow.-Her Majesty keeps a pack of staghounds, as does also Mr. Thomas Neville of Totford, and Baron Rothschild. "D. J. IV.," Walsall.-The notes -wore issued by the late Confederate Government, and are totally valueless, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    b Winle ......... 4 ford b Stokes . 21....) J. L. Entwristle b Bronco. 18 Liceubmant Greenslileld b H. 3. Totford b Buxton ..11 Stok es.......... 6 Major Sir H. F. Lambert b Buxton not ant ......20 Buxton ..... ....14 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    St. John's: Rehe. Queen.': Sannmds, Trinity: S-e&-rt A. 1., Csi:c: Sellon. fairn: Sey-fan.n Petrrhoiwa; Shere- Downinr: Stewvar. Cair-: Style. Enmannr'-: Totford. Csute Tinioens, Emmanuel: Treror. Clar-: Trumen, Tnn-tl HTaZt Ward It. F. C.. St. XJohn's: Watts Silve fr. Gains: WlV3nit1,- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TADIES' DRESSES.-PATTERNS sent postage Fashionable CbcletkSilk Dresxses . L... - I 6 9 the full dress. Real French titetiflos, in evcry nilatir... 0 13 9 ditto. Angola (alivvwool) 'lra~vlling Cloaks . 10 eI (opera Cloaks (lined throuagh with silk) Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. I. Si. YSONlhaving retired from the firm o Ou EBY l DILAYSON, andTATION, Silk-unercer. the remaindin ateshave I resolved upon an IMMEDIATE CLEARANCE of their valuable and extensive bTOC K at a must enormous discount, so that Subscribers-only content

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