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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Thundridge

    known as the Causeway . This at the further end is continued to Wadesmill by a picturesque path along the side of the river. The hamlet of Wadesmill is built along the road to Buntingford and lies partly in the

    Parishes Hunsdon

    xlii, 53). In the conveyance of 1508, which mentions Wadesmill as belonging to the manor of Hunsdon , appurtenances are given in Standon and Wadesmill . The latter is another Wadesmill , a hamlet in the parishes of Standon and

    Parishes Standon

    Youngsbury ), Gunpowder Hill 5 (about half a mile north of Thundermarsh), Noah's Garden, 6 Old Field , close to Wadesmill , all on the south-west of the parish on Mr. Giles Puller 's estate; Fryer Field, Fryer's Farm, Knight's

    Parishes Bishop's Stortford

    another name found in the 14th century (Ct. R. portf. 178, no. 66). This is probably the same word, for Wadesmill in Standon is found as Watesmill ( Cott . MS. Nero, vi E, fol. 120). The account of these

    The borough of Hertford Introduction

    line had passed through Hertford to Hatfield and joined the Great North Road there or had gone via Porthill to Wadesmill and there joined Ermine Street . Hund. R . (Rec. Com.), i, 190 b . Ibid. 188, 190 b

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    RUGGEWYN, John (d.1412), of Standon, Herts.

    royal favour extended to Ruggewyn took the form of two lucrative awards: the first being a grant of pavage from Wadesmill to Braughing in Hertfordshire for a term of three years ending in March 1393, while the second led to

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    9 May 1828, 9 May 1828

    with the same." 20. " An Act for more effectually repairing the Roads from the Town of Cambridge to the Wadesmill Turn¬ pike Road, in the Parishes of Great Chishill and Little Chishill, in the County of Essex, and from Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    TURNPIKE ROADS—cow/**/. 1097 I. Public Bills relative to Turnpike Roads and Hi Metropolis—conZmwed". PeZiZions a^ainsZ—continued. Cross Road-, Coachmen, &c, lxxvi. 321. 372. New District or Isle- worth Road, 183. Newington Green, 372. Newington Road* 183 New Road, Inhabitants, 368.—Old Subscribers-only content

    Index, 19 May 1796

    27. 29. Petition from Inhabitants of the Tower Hamlets, against; to lie on the Table; 3 May. Royston Road. Vide Wadesmill. Ruabon. Vide Ellesmere. Rugeley Road. Vide Streetway. Vol. 51.—1795 & 1796. Rum. Vide Laws expiring. Runkel, John Justus, Bill Subscribers-only content

    21 February 1821, 21 February 1821

    presented a Bill for continuing and amending Wadesmill four Acts of their late Majesties King George the Second Road Bill> and King George the Third, for repairing the Roads lead- Presented- ing from Wadesmill, in the County of Hertford, to Subscribers-only content

    26 February 1821, 26 February 1821

    and Masham Road Bill, passed. Wadesmill Road Bill, committed. An ingrossed Bill for amending and repairing the Road others connected with Agriculture, in the County of Devon, from Thirsk over Skipton Bridge to Hutton Moor, and —were presented, and read; Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    G. Al. Eden, Uxbridge, wine merchants. I MAesdimes Moore and Farrell, Eveshain, schoolmistre8ses. ( J. and J. Smith, Standmn and Wadesmill, millors. Fisher, lerrin, and Co., Liverpool, whie merchants. 'Waddell and Crichton, Bedruth, drapers. liawkiue atid Gillings, Pi'lleld-strnet, Iloxton, linen Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    painter. Ocr. 10, Northwich Proudfoot P., Manchester, merchant, Oct. 4, Manchester Redfern J., Blackburn, draper, Oct. 4. Blackburn Bndford J., Wadesmill, Oct. 11, Hertford Rose H., St. Alban's, Oct. 6, St. Alban's Scarth B., Ouisbarongh, corn mioUer, Oct. 1, Leeds Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    somic generous id " spirits in giving effect to the desire." So J CHiIARLms MERIVAir, accompanied thetr dovwn to ir Wadesmill, and there, after a little hesitation, thlec mn great emanucipator identified the exact spot where, Dr as he told Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be applied for a theo- logical prize or prizes; £500 each to Christ Church Schools, ni Ware; the Schools at Wadesmill; the Church Mis- t sionary Society; the Church Pastoral Aid Society; the British and Foreign Bible Society; the Church Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the interest to be applied fora theological prizfl or prizes; £500 each to Christehurb Schools, Wanre; the schools at I Wadesmill; the Church Missionary Society; the . Church Pastoral Aid Society; tbe British and t Foreign Bible Society; the Church Subscribers-only content

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