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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Swaffham Bulbeck Economic history

    Swaffham Bulbeck Economic history ECONOMIC HISTORY. In 1086, when 11 of the 16 ploughlands in the vill belonged to the later Bolbec manor, the three demesnes, two with 5 servi between them, had five out of 16 ploughteams; the

    Swaffham Bulbeck Local government

    Swaffham Bulbeck Local government LOCAL GOVERNMENT. In 1299 Robert, earl of Oxford , complained that Roger of Walsham, to whom his grandfather Earl Hugh had demised Michell Hall manor in 1258 , did not continue to hold the customarily

    Swaffham Bulbeck Manors

    Swaffham Bulbeck Manors MANORS. In the late 10th century Aelfwold, brother of Ealdorman Aethelwine of East Anglia , gave an estate at Swaffham acquired by exchange from one Aethelwold to the new abbey founded at Ramsey in the 970s.

    Swaffham Bulbeck The Swaffhams: Settlements and Open Fields c. 1790

    Swaffham Bulbeck SWAFFHAM BULBECK The parish of Swaffham Bulbeck , some seven miles (10 km.) north-east of Cambridge , stretches about six miles (9 km.) from the line of the Icknield way north-westwards to the river Cam . 25

    Swaffham Prior Manors Swaffham Prior House c. 1800

    Swaffham Prior Manors MANORS. In the mid 10th century one Wynsige sold to his kinsman Wulfstan a two-hide estate at Swaffham , which was subsequently bought from Aethelwine by King Edgar . He sold it to Bishop Aethelwold of

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CHANC.CP.1856/4

    Place(s): The Oaks (The Oaks) : undefined St John At Hackney (Middlesex) Darlston (Darlston) : undefined Former residenceStandish (Lancashire) Burgh Hall (Burgh Hall) : habitation Former residenceChorley (Lancashire) Park Road (Park Road) : undefined Former residence Notes: Plaintiff gives his

    CHANC.CP.1849/1

    Durie [Durie] Alternate name: Elizabeth [Norris] Role: plaintiff Details: female; Spinster [Disputed Wife of Ellis Norris] Location: Lancashire Place(s): Burgh Hall (Burgh Hall) : habitation A lunatic asylum Manchester (Lancashire) Newton Heath (Newton Heath) : chapelry Former residence Participant: Sarah

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    KNIGHTLEY, Richard (d.1442), of Fawsley, Northants. and Gnosall, Staffs.

    KNIGHTLEY, Richard (d.1442), of Fawsley, Northants. and Gnosall, Staffs. Constituency Dates Northamptonshire 1420 Northamptonshire 1423 Northamptonshire 1439 Ofifces Held Teller of the receipt of the Exchequer 2 Mar. 1413-28 Feb. 1425. Ofifces Held Commr. to bring the forfeited goods

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TOWN AND COUNTRY TALK. The rmeeting of Parliament is fixed for Thursday, the 31 st of January. It is said that, in consequence of the ill-health of Mr Bromley, a vacancy will shortly be declared in the representation of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GALETTE. Tuesday, Jacnuaory 16. War-Ofsice, January 16.-7th Regi'uent of Foot: Ensign C. E. Hfopo, from the 10th Foot, to be Ensign without purchaseO To be Ensigns by parchase: KtU Foot, R. C. H. Germon, Gent.; 14th Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MR. BALFOUR AT GLASGONV. The Chief Secretary for Ireland was last night enter- tl tained at a banquet in the Burgh Hall of Partick, a suburb of Glasgow, by the Unionists of that diisioni of HI Lanarkihire. About 330 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GLEEANINGS. Fully 2,500 persons commit suicide in Russia every year. Dr. Dollinger in his later years drank no wine, and beer he never would touch. There were 16,116,113 sheen in New Zealand in 189X, or 592,785 more than in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I MR. BALFOUR, IN SCOTLAND. a Mr. Balfour yesterday fuliflled a series of engagements jIwhich he had made in connection with his visit to Glas- I gdw, to deliver the Rectorial address at the University. t At noon he Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The Temperance Society record no. XII, vol. II, 1831

    118 The Banner of Temperance-Subscriptions , fyc. \_May paragraph relates, (in the State of New York ,) is large and flourishing. Our cor¬ respondent says:- "This people have been strikingly ad¬ monished of late. The Temperance So¬ ciety meets Subscribers-only content

    The Temperance Society record no. XIII, vol. II, 1831

    142 Misc ellaneous Intelligence. [June Greek for not opening the door with greater despatch-supposing, as he alleges, that he was scolding his servant at his own room. The Greek, with some difficulty, gave the Captain to understand that he Subscribers-only content

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