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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Thakeham Local government

    over the detached portions except that in Billingshurst , and over land in Sullington , Shipley , and Itchingfield . Townhouse and Thakeham Place farms, which had been part of the manor in the 17th century, and Nash farm, which

    Thakeham Economic history

    Nurseries in 1913 . 71 By 1938 Woodside Nurseries had been established, 72 and by 1946 three nurseries stood between Townhouse farm and Furze common. 73 Linfield , from 1941 A. G. Linfield Ltd., acquired Abingworth farm in 1945 ,

    Thakeham Manors and other estates

    In 1707 the Newtons apparently conveyed the manor to James Butler . 97 The estate, however, consisting of Laybrook and Townhouse farms, descended in the Newton family, presumably to Apsley Newton 's grandson and great-grandson, both also Apsley Newton (d.

    Townships Marsden

    holding the messuage called Townhouse with 40 acres of land; his son John was sixty-five years of age. 55 The estate of Henry Mancknowles, 'Papist,' was sequestered by the Common wealth authorities. 56 Lawrence Mancknowles of Townhouse was a benefactor

    Parishes Wavendon

    the villagers of Wavendon who held freely a piece of land called 'garden grownde plot' with a messuage called the Townhouse by charter to them and their successors for ever for a rent of 4 s . 41/2 d .

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 6, Chapter 6 Covent Garden Parish. Monuments.

    of Cambridgeshire , Gent. Oct. 5, 1673 . Aged 72. Tho. Blake , and Ellen his Wife , of Easen Townhouse in Hampshire . A Monument this inscribed: I follow daily, & c. To whose Memory, Peter Sayer dedicateth this

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o'clock p.m. the fol- lowing prizes were awarded by Mr. Johl Higgin, of Over- town ; Mr. James DeardeD, of Townhouse, near Colne; aend Sir. itichard Rawson, of Widdup, the appointed judges. Mr. Edward Stansfield, of Moorhay, got the first Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on the body of Edmaund Cock. croft, aged two years and three months, son of William P Cockoroft, of Higher Townhouse. The deceased was o found in a well of water on the previous Thursday. A ver- cc diet of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    also i Wierlng Eriisre, f abou 12-hose perer, wth the necessary r geerg h Doeegse ayb ena ork at lire Townhouse roe. usrfrtrrIatcraO ipyt r onWliison. BI arrarter of the ins bv eljr ra ieolc fM.Ge Secer, Solloitair,Koielgiley. of D'1250 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    electidg a Mayor, two Alde rmen, andl two Capital B rgesses, long before the appointed hour, the door of the Townhouse was lu-seiged by a crowd of householders, from the town and liberties, who had come to demand the freedom Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -. W. Dawson, Berwick-uporn-Tweed, draper, at the Black Inn, Berwick-upDn-Tweed. Sept. 17. NV. Jowsev, jun. Northrallerton, Yorkshire, grocer, at thcm Townhouse, Stockton,.- Durham. Sept. 2. T. A. Kerrison, Norwich, banker, at the Angel Inn, Norwich. Sept. 7. J. D'Aguilur, Lirerpool, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    26 April 1726, 26 April 1726

    and Limita¬ tions contained in the Will of Hugh Fortescuc Esquire ; and for settling the Barton and Demesne of Townhouse; and other Lands, in the County of Devon, of greater Va¬ lue, in lieu thereof: To which the Lords Subscribers-only content

    23 May 1726, 23 May 1726

    the Uses and Limitations contained in the Will of Hugh Fortesque Esquire; and for settling the Barton and Demesne of Townhouse, and other Lands in the County of Devon, of greater Value, in lieu thereof: An Act to repeal an Subscribers-only content

    5 February 1810, 5 February 1810

    for hire Horses, Ponies, Mules and Asses, in the said Town, and further to pull down or amend the present Townhouse or Workhouse, and to appoint Directors and Guardians over the Poor, with an additional Overseer and other Officers, for Subscribers-only content

    Index, 1 August 1714

    Teignton Eegis, TFVWs Thames Street, Zore^o« Thirkleby, Fort Thorp Thewles, Z"wrt«»i Thringston, Z««'tf«sfer Tidmington, 7För««si«r Tong, SWop Tooting Graveney, Amt«;/ Townhouse, Zi««xra Tredington, TFörce«<«r Tudrington, fr&wcssisr Tunbridge, JTe»i Turkdean, GtfowceÄ<er Twiford, Art* Twydal, JT««« Tyburn, Jfi'rfrfto«* Tyneham, Ztonwitf Upton, iVörtt«»»p<o» Subscribers-only content

    23. Further report of the commissioners appointed in pursuance of two several acts of Parliament; the one, made and passed in the 58th year of His Late Majesty, c. 91, intituled,"an act for appointing..., 1830

    Town~is"tate. 1- Four tenements, built by the Marquis of Bristol, on the site of buildings formerly called the Guildhall and Townhouse. These tenements are let by the rector and parish-officers to poor persons, at the rent of 20 s. a Subscribers-only content

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