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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Great Wilbraham The Wilbrahams c. 1800

    there was probably, until after 1850, no settlement away from the village, which stands near a brook in the northern angle of the parish. From a main street, running south-westwards from the Temple, whose eastern and western sections were called

    Great Wilbraham Nonconformity

    barns, 4 probably pending the building in 1833 5 of the existing Baptist chapel, standing at the north end of Angle End. The grey brick threebayed chapel, seating 60-100, 6 is arcaded outside with segmental arches. Toller managed it and

    Great Wilbraham Church

    1990 served from Fulbourn . 68 The church of ST. NICHOLAS , so named by 1520 , 69 standing where Angle End meets Church Street at the north end of the village, is built of fieldstones dressed with ashlar, formerly

    Soham Economic history Soham 's Fens Under Inclosure in the 1630s Soham 's Uninclosed common Fields and Commons in the 1840s

    feeding cows there were assigned 50 a. each from East and Calf fens, 30 a. north of Horsecroft fen, later Angle common, and 70 a. west of Barcham field, later Shade common. For turf-digging the poor should have 100 a.

    Wisbech Hundred Tydd St. Giles Plan of St. Giles's Church

    buttresses with three setoffs and a canopied niche on the face, with gabled tops and angle pinnacles. The west ends of the aisles also have angle pinnacles and crocketed coping, all of the 14th century. The west doorway has a

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Preceptors, VLandain, yn mis Mebefin diweddaf:- John Chambers, Carrog, Anglesea; Edward Davies, Pantiau, Llanarmon; Thomas Birch Griffiths, Liver- pool; Theophilus James Rowland, Manchester; Robert Cadwaladr, Wrexham; Henry Edward Griffiths, Liverpool; Owen Chambers, Carrog, Angle. sea; Richard David Williams, Aberffraw, Anglesea. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BYRDDAU LLORIO parotoedig, yn deilwng o sylw ao archwiliad Cymerwyr, Adeilad- wyr, a'r oyhoedd yn gyffredinol. - Gellirscael -Drysau, 'ouldigs, Angle Beads, &oc, wedi eu gwneuthur yn y le. JONES & GRIFFITHS, Alerdovey, Ynyslasj a Machymileth. WPob archeb iw lianfon Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    parotoedig, yn a deilwng o sylw ac archwiliad Cysnerwyr, Adeilad- I wyr, a'r eyhceld yn gyflredinol. Gellir cae] Drysaue, Afouldiongsi Angle Beazds, &c.,. | wedi en gwneuthur yn y Ile. c JONES & GRIFFITHS, A6erdovey, Ynyslas, a Machynzlleth. EWPobarcheb i'whanfon Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BYRDDAU LLORIO parotoedig, yn deilwng o sylw aG archwiliad Cymerwyr, Adeilad-. wyr, a'r cyhoedd yn gyffredinol. Gellir cael Drysau, fflouldings, Angle Becads, &c., wedi eu gwneuthur yn y le. JONES & GRIFFITHS, Aberdovey, Ynyslas, a Machynlletlh. WPob archeb i'w hanfon Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DERW, -ELM; a BYRDDAU!LL0RIO-'par6toed, yn deilwag o sylw',ac adhwfliad ,yr Adeila.d wyr, a,'r, hoedd yn gyffredinol- *ellke cael. Drysau, 26hu4dins, Angle Beads, &e.j, wedi ewgwveuthur yn y -II \ IJONES',&GRIFFITHS Aierdovey, Ynyslas; aMackyn'rlets. By Pob archeb i.'w hanfmon i Aberdovey. Subscribers-only content


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