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  • * British History Online *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 5, 10 April 1643, 10 April 1643-10 April 1643

    Colerain's House at Totridge, protected. Ordered, That Mr. Henry Mountague Esquire shall have the Protection of this House, for his Horses, Trunks, and other Necessaries, which are in the House of the Lord Colerayne , at Totridge ; and that

    Middlesex Sessions Rolls, 1591

    carter, William Osborne of St. Gregories London carter, John Dickingson of Barnardes Inne yoman, Robert Myllington of Totridge laborer, Edward Conkes of Totridge yeoman, Robert Clarke of Hollaway husbandman, . . . . Thompson of Hollaway husbandman, at the next

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    second son of the late T. W. Stansfeld, REq., Burley Wood, Yorkshire, to Elele, youngest daughter of Cha. Fowler, EEq.. Totridge Bouse, High Wycombe. WALoCzR-Pt-Irs-Jan. 21et, at Lady-lane chapel, Leeds, by the Rev. J. fIirst, John, only Eon of the Subscribers-only content

    Daily Post, WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 22 1731

    was run on Barnet s. Courfe, between a Bay Stone-Horfe belonging to a -r Gentleman of New-Inn, and the famous Totridge - Grey Horre; the three Heats were won with eafe e by the former, to the Difappointment of many Subscribers-only content

    London Evening Post, FROM TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 21 TO THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 23 1731

    a Match was run on Barnet Courfe, between a Bay Stone-florfe helonging to a GdntlemDan of New-Inn, and. the famous Totridge Grey Horfe s the three Heats were won with eafe by the former, to the Difappoiintment of many. People. Subscribers-only content

    London Evening Post, FROM SATURDAY MAY 23 TO TUESDAY MAY 26 1778

    flables, u f offices, large gar -en, fuitable offices, and 33 acres of rich fi ,.Modow.and~pal1uiteJancd, in the pirills of Totridge, now c vv in the poieffisn of Mr. Patiencs, and two neat cottages ad- j ;lI- joining, wviti gardens, Subscribers-only content

    London Evening Post, FROM SATURDAY MAY 23 TO TUESDAY MAY 26 1778

    Totridge, now , in the poffeffion of Mr. Patience, and two neat cottages ad. Ic. joining, with'gardens, -&c. ,,5 Alto alarge Sarn, and i 8 acres of rich freehold meadow, s; fituate, lyig. and being in the patifh of Subscribers-only content

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