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  • * Victoria County History *

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    List of maps and other plans

    List of maps and other plans LIST OF MAPS AND PLANS The maps were drawn by Richard Bryant from drafts by M. C. Siraut and R. W. Dunning using, except where otherwise stated, information taken from the tithe award

    Holton Holton in 1839

    Holton HOLTON The ancient parish of Holton , a detached member of Whitley hundred c . 3 km. south-west of Wincanton , was highly irregular in shape. It interlocked on its eastern side with Lattiford in North Cheriton .

    Bratton Seymour Bratton Seymour in 1840

    Bratton SeymourBRATTON SEYMOUR Bratton Seymour in 1840 The ancient parish of Bratton Seymour lies on the western side of Wincanton parish. 1 It is roughly triangular in shape, each side measuring c . 4.5 km. The village, c .

    Charlton Musgrove Charlton Musgrove in 1839

    Charlton Musgrove CHARLTON MUSGROVE The ancient parish of Charlton Musgrove , comprising the hamlets of Charlton , Barrow or Barrow Lane , Holbrook , Southmarsh , and part of Shalford is irregular in shape. The main part of the

    Index K-Z

    Index K-Z Kedeford , Wm. of, Keene , John, Kelly , Wal., Kelway , Giles , Kemys : Hugh, John (fl. 1431), John (d. 1561), and his s. John, Marg., w. of John, see Russel Rob., Thos., Kempe ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DREADFUL MURDER IN SHROPSHIRE On Friday a Mr. Clerk was out with bis dog shooting over some land between Stircbley and Kemberton, ia Shropshire, and his attention being drawn by the dog to a ditch skirting the field, be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SINGULAR BREACH OF PROMISE OF MARRIAGE CASE. The case of " Rogers v. Clegga" has been beard at the Manchester assizes. Mr. Torr and Mr. Gonldthrope were for the plaintiff, and Mr. Higgin, Q.C, fcr the defendant. The plaintiff Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    }_ONDON COSN MABKET.-Mondat At Mark-lane not mach was doae, but the market was steady. Frusn arrivals of produce were moderate. The sales of home-grown when* ia the leading markets of England and Wales during the first forty-four weeks of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mr-m-a ) HIGH-STREET, WINCHESTER uurioas [ MA r>l_ET-PL,>CE. SALISBURY. PKICE 24 ; BY POST 2^d. REGISTERED FOR FOREIGN TRANSMISSION SOUTHAMPTON, SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1889, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AND WEDNESDAY MORNING, IN TIME FOR THE EARLY MAILS. OFFICES J gIQH-STREET, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEW FOREST UNION BOARD OF GUARDIANS. Ihe usual fortnightly meeting of this Board was held at the Board-room of the Workhouse, Lynd- hurst-road, on Monday, when there were present Mr 8. Curtis, J.P. (chairman). Mr. a H. Dyett. JJ>! Subscribers-only content

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