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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Bisley Introduction Chalford Area c. 1840

    Oakridge Lynch , and the smaller hamlets of Brown's Hill , Bournes Green , Oakridge (or Far Oakridge ), and Waterlane . The settlement of those area s had evidently begun by c . 1710 when the parish was said

    Ashington Ashington c. 1875

    , when Buncton manor had more tenants than Ashington manor. 50 Several paths converged in the later 19th century on Waterlane Barn north-east of Buncton chapel. Earthworks apparently representing house sites were visible in 1983 north-west of the chapel and

    Littledean

    Forest, notably at Callamore in the west but also on Dean hill in the south-east and at Waterend Lane (formerly Waterlane End) on the old Mitcheldean road in the north. At least 15 of the people ejected from the extraparochial

    Index A-J

    . vicarage, vicarage ho., vicars, and see Britton, Ric.; Keble, Thos. (d. 1875); Keble, Thos. (d. 1903); Mansfield , Edw. Waterlane , woodland, wkho., Bisley hundred , Bisley-with-Lypiatt par. , Blacklow hundred , Blackwell : Archer (fl. 1715), Archer (fl.

    Index K-Z

    Painswick , mills Washbourne: John (fl. 1390), n John, rector of Miserden and of Siddington (fl. 1790s), Waterhouse , Alfred, Waterlane , see Bisley Waters , Mr. (fl. before early 18th cent.), Waterton : Cath., Hugh, Wathen: Anne, Driver ,

  • * British History Online *

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    Wills, 1 Edward IV (1461-2)

    claim to his lands called "the Serte" in "Chartham." Also to Blanche his wife a tenement in the lane called" Waterlane," sometime called "Sporyerslane," in the parish of All Hallows, Berking, with messuages in Tourestrete, for life; remainder or reversion

    Ministers' Accounts, 1492

    acres of land near the ford of Radure. Tirebailly, 12 acres. Tire Clanamit, 19 acres. Tireberthelane, 3 acres. Lands at Waterlane. Tireconynger, 41 acres. Tireveyne, 3 acres. Garden called Carthcreke. Caireparke, 21 acres. ] Griffithmore . The Account of Morgan

    Wills, 1-10 Henry VIII (1509-19)

    Commonalty of the same and their successors he leaves lands and tenements near the lane sometime called "Sporyerslane," now called "Waterlane," and elsewhere in the parish of S. Dunstan in the East, and others in the parishes of S. Margaret

    Index of places, K-Z

    Belfrey in, 50. , Bushophill in, 100, 146. , Cargate in, 33, 108. , Cargayte als . Hatterlane als . Waterlane in par. St. Michael near Owsbridgend in, 194. ,Castlegate in, 8. , College of St. William in, 24. ,

    Yorkshire Fines, 1593, 01 January 1593-31 December 1593

    TRINITY TERM , 35 ELIZABETH . *William Watkynson, gent., and Henry Dixon, gent. George Watkynson Messuage in Hatterlane als . Waterlane als . Cargayte in the parish of St. Michael near Owsbridgend in the city of York. Robert Netleton John

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.F.301

    identify the surname 'Deyre'. Location: Selby (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Selby (parysh churche of Selby) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Birkby (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Little Smeaton (Lytle Smeton, Litle Smeton, Litlesmeton) : manor Location: Selby (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Water Lane (Waterlayne, Waterlane) : street name

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'Mr. dU ttin a liun named reucmidge, who joined the conspirators at their htouse eof ineeting, the Coach and Horsgs, Waterlane. They had -a fund to saspport 'those w(ho shiould be dvitivied of warlt e2 ac-4 count of these demands. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Williamson, South Wingfield, Derbyshire. corn factors-T. Smith and W. Hughes, Bow lane, City, surgeons-F. La Mark and IV. H. Austin, Waterlane, Tower street, City, shipbrokers-W. Flemming and J. F. Seyde, lYolverhampton, chemists-I. Dodds and G. Layton, Rotherisam. Yorkshire, soap manufacturers-T. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    3MUSC HALL, LEEDS. HE GREAT DIORAMA of JERUSAIEM ..Land the HOLY LAND. from St. George's Gallery, London every evening at eight o'clock, and on 2'uedry T7lus.rloa, oari &Saurday efresstoons. at three O'clock. Iteserve& Seats, is. 6d.; Salon. Is.: Gallery, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iron aean,rWtre Da0nie Biollad drwueje, Bricto.ner ~ . Ciwtristo Obr Tominsen, huilder edon~lzctonr.c Cap-sht. 1 a wl W.thtebcad, machine moaker, Waterlane Ciba-ae.3 He nry Wnfder, irnmouser, Albion-sinoer. !The ~o a~cinn inf ormted the Grand Ju~ry that there wase no ones Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Oa&ud Priss of Stevenage, a bridge for foot paslsegers over the astd main Line, at the public road knowsn Waterlane, lesing from atevenmge to Broomin Green, and crossing the said line on the les et commenoing on ibe east Subscribers-only content

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