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  • * Victoria County History *

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    West Ham Ancient mills

    48/1, f. 95. These mills have not been identified. E. M. Gardner , The Three Mills ( S.P.A.B. Wind and Watermill Section, 195 7), 4; E.R.O., T/P 48/1, ff. 159, 167, 174, 181. E.R.O., T/P 48/1, ff. 52, 67, 72.

    Laughton

    parish contained at least 100 a. of furze and heath, and several acres of woodland. 82 The ancient inclosures included Watermill Close by the Saddington brook. 83 The whole parish was inclosed by agreement in 1663 . 84 The proprietors

    Riccall

    on Dam dike which was said in 1343 to have been destroyed in Edward I 's reign. 23 The name Watermill bridge was still used in the 19th century. 24 The site of the former mill was mentioned c .

    Romford Introduction ROMFORD c. 1865 HAVERING-ATTE-BOWER, ROMFORD , HAROLD WOOD , AND HAROLD HILL 1975

    , Watermill bridge, in Main Road , Romford Gore and Pigtail Wash bridges in London Road . 72 Putwell (or Delle) bridge is reserved for treatment under South Weald . Paine's bridge was mentioned in 1567 . 73 Watermill bridge,

    Romford Economic history

    1846 ), which lay about 600 yd. north-east of the site of Marks, indicates that there had once been a watermill there. 72 In the mid 17th century there were three windmills in Romford town: one on the manor of

  • * British History Online *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 4, 8 October 1646, 08 October 1646-08 October 1646

    both Houses, of 30 Decembris 1645, granting to Helen Askwith , Widow, the Relict of Captain John Askwith , the Watermill in the Parish of Leedes in the County of Yorke , which she now possesseth, and also the Lands

    Entry Book, August 1692, 11-20, 01 August 1692-31 August 1692

    l. per an . for Howend and Chapel Town. Richard Grimston : 50 l. per an . for Fald and Watermill. John Swallwell : 33 l. per an . for Longtown. Thomas Bone : 25 l . 17 s .

    Yorkshire Fines, 1563

    Wyndesore, esq., and Thomas Colwell, gent. Richard Norton, esq. Manor of Hartforthe and 4 messua ges, 3 cottages, and a watermill with lands in Hartforth, William Atkynson Oswald Wyllestrop, kt., and Francis Wyllestrop, his son and heir apparent Messuage with

    Yorkshire Fines, 1578

    and Robert Waterhowse, esq. Thomas Waterton, esq. Manors of Cawtho rne and Menstroppe and 14 messuages, 3 cottages and a watermill with lands in the same. Richard Kendall Marmaduke Heslyngton and Ann his wife Pasture land in Ricall. Richard Smythe

    Yorkshire Fines, 1560

    Wyldon, gent. A watermill with land in Yearsley. Thomas Bromley and Richard 1 Henry Scrope, and James Phillippe als . Philip, gent. The manor of Brignell als . Brignall and 13 messuages, 14 cottages, and a watermill with lands there,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I THE SOCIETY OF ARTISTS' EXHIBITION. ,SAIES OF PICTUBES. The Extibition of the Society of Artists closed on Satur- day evening, after a most seacessfdl season, :ase regards the attendance of the general pilblic,. and alo of the working. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    it, It is also 5 masterpiece of art of the kind. There are likewise, by Hobberca, "A Wooded Scene," "A Watermill," and "The Ruins of the Castle of Brederode," four pictres which make the Peel collection the richest in productions Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ilih.; 35gs. (Permlsin). T. Collier : On the Coast; cattle and figures; lMin. by latin.; li'Jgs. (Holmes). Gee. Fripo: A Watermill; 14in. by l9in.; l9gs, (MeLeanl. D. Cox: Kenilworth Priory; Wli~n. by Sin.; 81ge. (ilsace). W. Miiitller: Ruins, Rome; 12in. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    comsmitted for trial on the coroner's warrant fortlhe anslnshaughter of two men killed by overwvindisig of the engine at the Watermill Colliery, Apedale, on the 123rd Ilt., was brought before the magistrates, at Tunstall, yesterslay. scud by them also committed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    STAFFORDSHIRE ASSIZES. CROW N CO QUt T.-YESTERDAY. BEFrOiE MR. JusTICE DIEtUAN.I Tain APEDALE COLALRY FATALITY. -James Davis (on bail), engineer, employed at No. 5 p it, or Watermill's Fit, the property of Messrs. Stanier and Co., Apedale, was indictedl Subscribers-only content

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