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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Cowfold Economic history

    18th century the farmers exploited the woodland for fuel and grew furze for the same purpose. 10 John Roberts of Welches at his death in 1739 had a stock of timber, mostly already sawn or shaped, that represented nearly a

    Cowfold Manors and other estates

    25 was apparently the largest landowner in the parish in 1682 , with Denwood, Welches , Goodyers, Hookland, and Woodhouse ; 26 in 1733 Denwood and Welches were freeholds of Beeding manor. 27 The latter John's elder son John inherited

    Parishes Welwyn

    Misses Wilshere . Gostwick. Argent a bend cotised gules between six Cornish choughs . Wilshere of the Frythe Welches The farm of WELCHES was held in the first half of the 15th century by Richard Welch (Walsh), whose son and

    Parishes Clatworthy

    may have reduced it to the status of a copyhold tenement. It may possibly be identified with the farm called Welches which stood immediately east of the church and was leased to John Welsh in 1649 . The lessee was

    Cowfold Cowfold and Shermanbury 1909

    taxpayers of 1327 and 1332 form a line running north-south in the eastern half of the parish, G osden, Goodyers, Welches (later Long House ), Wallhurst, Oakendene, Westridge, and possibly Kings, while Eastridge in the south-east corner may be linked

  • * British History Online *

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    Roger Whitley's Diary, November 1693, 01 November 1693-30 November 1693

    came Mr Antristle's man with a letter about the tithe. I sent the coachman to leave 5 li at Mr Welches at Chester for the under Sheriffe on account of the distringas; he retorned at night. 8. Wednesday, Houseman went

    Index, D, 01 January 1560-31 December 1583

    put into towns as garrisons, by Malcontents, 611, 615; deride the train of the Pope's legate, 642; do not like Welches' tricks, 660. -, language, proposition of people of Ghent in, 180. Dybidie , castle of, Schenk taken at, 538.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    apprehended In Notting- blsin, Connolly was apprehended the next morning after the robbery, and he said he was innocent; the Welches had the mcney. John -Welch was also apprehended the next day, and he said he knew nothing of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    know it was a very hard 1 }oath.5 By Mr. Biggear: He waS not present at the trial of the Welches, and knew nothing of the evidence that was offered f ar the defence. Re-examined by Sir H. James: He Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with thils difference, that the name to tle. genuine Medicine Is '1 Welch," whereas theniatne on the-imitation orcouiiterreit iospelt "1 Welches;" i a little attention will detect the imposition. Mrs. Snaithera' genuine preparation, wvill for the future have the signature Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    her Medicine, with this dilferelnce, tiltt the name to the genulne Bledieinc Is Welch," whereas ihenanmeon the imlistiotilorcounterfeit is opelct' Welches' i little aittention till detcet the limposition. Mrs. Stnithirs' genlaille prePitritlon. itill finl the future lilve thle siginature onl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    been large, and there was only a nMeagre attendance of buyess in the mna-ket to-day. The (leniaiid for Saxonies, low Welches, and mediums, however, was good, though theie was a little decline observable iss business. In Yorkshire goods the transactions Subscribers-only content

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