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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Huish Episcopi Huish Episcopi , 1799

    perhaps an extension of Littleney, which is treated elsewhere, 32 and the hamlet of Wagg . The second of these resulted from encroachments by cottagers on Wagg common, east of Huish village. Encroachment had started by the end of the

    Introduction Introduction

    The eastern boundary with Pitney is largely the Low Ham rhyne, which is followed southwards almost to the hamlet of Wagg in Huish Episcopi , forming a tongue of land occupying the eastern slope of Ham Down . The south-western

    House of Lords Journal Volume 17 13 October 1675

    Seal ham, which contained demesne in 1328 , also lay in that area. 87 Ducklington men held meadow strips in Wagg 's ham near Hardwick and in Yelford mead near Yelford , both of which were intercommoned with other manors;

    Index A-Z

    John (d. 1591), John (fl. 1611), Thos., Wm., Hugyn , see Higon Huish , see Burnham Huish Episcopi , sch., Wagg , Wearne , Humphrey son of Michael , see Michell Huntspill (Hunespulle) , agric., Alstone , q.v . archit.,


    Virly , Jn., chaplain of Housham Hall , in Matching , 200 Volunteers , 95 W Wade , Jn., 145 Wagg , Jn., 167 waifs and strays , right of, 12, 46, 69 Wake , Heathcote A., rector of Netteswell

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    QZoi l& Sowts, d Beeton, lUaited Stoos. JPevqt, 4W Q~fordAN CYHOEDDIADAU NEWYDION HUCHES & SONo WREXHAM. Th amr allan o0r Wagg, pri8 3s. 6c. meu ian, ARGRAFTL&D KEWI'DD 0 LYFR TONAU CYNULLEIOFAUL .> EIJ CWYILT I YN YR -F1:' NODINT Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1 Syr Hugh Owen, Bjwgraphiad, gyda Darane. S ;Bleys Pathard, Ficer Llanymddyfri, gydLadarlun. I S riffith Jones, PLauddowrov. (yn y Wagg). LLYFRAU, CARDIAU, DARLUNIAI, &c. I Stpyn lhwre'Vh-elflwgLlyraU~arluniadol Lliwiedig., ? Eawsau ai T-hipain n 'Hiasglwydd: eas G ariBtI 1 3~dY Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A Co),Afrir-an Merchant, F ChneWV te e.(lnttle u oiI i.), Lombard Street. or morton Strlt E.C. t. n- Baogeo.Men. llberb, Wagg, slid Campbell, 1t, Old Breaid 'Street, B.COC or AcUDaTXon.-Memrn. Turguand, Youngs, and Co,, 410, Coleman a3 of Street E. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . B3AIII(PEL.-Mdesror. Glyrs, blita, Curris, and. Co., Lomabard.8treet. SOLICiTOsus.-Heamr. Travois Smith and Ilcaitlowalce, 28, Threg- maorton Street, B.C. BsuoiEaa.-AMeers. Halbiert, Wagg, and Campbell, 10,01Ol Dread .Street, 11.C. Aunciob~i.- Messrs. Turquand, Youngs. and~ Co., 41,' Coleman Street, H10., TEMPeORA~AY ~r~ccEq.-34 to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Licon,... 2cngig Directers. L~ AC~tAIL.-F.0. . Ileiau, eq. ViA, FS.S , c,30, Muoorgate hr, Streetresb n Cr.e, - Dnorwncs.-Mliossra. Holbert, Wagg, and Campbell, 18, Old Broad istreet, 13.0. SOLcCrrTlR.-J. Tickle, EsqI., Grocvrsi Mlal Court, Poultry, E.G. BANKeBena.-Lonidon ansI County Blaninhg Subscribers-only content


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