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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Knebworth

    4 Place-names mentioned in 1638 are Courtfield , Blackhouse Ground , Coxe, Black Pitt , Neze Field, Blackwell Field and Wellfield . 5 MANORS Knebworth The manor of KNEBWORTH was held in the time of Edward the Confessor by Aschil,

    Loughton Manors

    35 acres since 1612. 28 The largest farm, described as Jonathan Parker 's tenure, was 455 acres. This ran from Wellfield across Rectory Lane to the Theydon Bois boundary. Alderton Hall farm was 267 acres. Elizabeth Gilderson 's tenure was

    Parishes Ludgershall with Kingswood

    1339 to impark with 100 acres of land adjoining) 20 (xiv cent.); pastures called Shippbridge and Tittersall 21 (xvi cent.); Wellfield 22 (xvii cent.); Room of the Rush Piece, Illoem Piece 23 (xviii ce nt.); and Lady Brown 's Yard,

    Hornsey , including Highgate Manors

    been the grange of the Rowes were apparently blown down in 1707 . Thomas Bird erected Wellfield House on the southern boundary in Wellfield , 92 where a later owner Cornelius Nicholson , miscellaneous writer, 93 excavated foundations reputedly of

    Parishes Tardebigge

    had passed before 1860 to Richard Hemming , to whose daughter Maud , widow of Major George C. Cheape of Wellfield , co. Fife , the mano r now belongs. 103 The Abbot and convent of Bordesley had several smaller

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the fa] most favourite'positions in the neighbourhood. For further particulars apply to Mr. John Roberts, soliqitcaxei4hurchb,.Buildings, and the Auctioneer, Wellfield H'use, Bangor. MR. J. EVANS, M.A., (AND STRA TON GOLD MEDALLIST) _T)REPARES pupils for Commerce, the Learned Profes I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fod yn ngwyneb cynydd y boblogaeth. d CiAErFYnDDi.-Dydd Sul, y laf, yn ei dy ei hum ad Rose Vi la, Wellfield Roadl, yn 72 mlwydd oed, bu de: farw y Parch. H. W. Jones, gweinidog y Bedyddwyr, yn yn nghapel Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hotels at Bale, Dolgelley, Corwen. * and Ien gaollen; of Mr. John Lloyd Grifflth, Solicitor, ilolyhead, Anglesey; end the Auctioneers, Wellfield . House, Bangor, and High-street,REhyl. j2t27 PESWCH! PESWCHI! PESWCf!!! . .M O GAN'S 'IOREREOZTND PECTORAL. -T IAE y llwyddian Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the principal Hotels at Bala, Dolgelley, Corwen, and Llangollen; of Mr. John Lloyd Griffith, Solicitor, Holyhead, Anglesey, and the Auctioneers, Wellfield Eouss, Bangor, and High-street, Rh yl. j 2t27 1 SEl ABERTH EDO:LIA:NT: GA': J. AMBROSE LLOYD, AC ERAIL. dEMYNAU Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hotels at Bela, lDolgelley, Corwen, and Llaugolen ; of Mr. John Lloyd Griffith, Solicitor, Holyhead, Anglesey ; and the Auctioneers, Wellfield 4ouise, Bangor, and High-street, Rhy]. j2t27 I ABERTH MOLIANT: GAN J. AMBROSE LLOYD, AC ERAIL1L. ExYNAu A'n TONAU (Hen Subscribers-only content

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