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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Bispham with Norbreck

    Townships Bispham with Norbreck BISPHAM-WITH-NORBRECK Biscopham, Dom. Bk.; Byspham, 1326. Norbrec, 1195. This composite township stretches along the coast for about 3 miles, and has an area of 1,624 acres, 1 including 1, 1191/2 acres in Bispham and 5041/2

    Townships Broughton

    Townships Broughton BROUGHTON Borch, Dom. Bk.; Broctun, c. 1140; Barton , c. 1160; Brocton , 1196. To distinguish this township from others of the like name it is usually called Broughton-in-Furness , or sometimes West Broughton . It has

    Parishes Crowcombe

    Parishes Crowcombe CROWCOMBE The parish of Crowcombe lies on the south-west slope of the Quantocks. Shaped like a lozenge, it covers 1,324 ha. (3,271 a.) 1 and stretches from the Quantock ridgeway in the north-east to the upper reaches

    Townships North Meols

    Townships North Meols NORTH MEOLS Otegrimele, Otringemele, Dom. Bk.; Northmeles, 1232; Nordmele, 1237. The land in this most northern township in the hundred is very flat, so much so that it is protected from the inroads of the waters

    Index A-K

    Index A-K NOTE.-The following less obvious abbreviations are used:-adv., advowson; b., brother; cast., castle; chant., chantry; chap., chapel; coll., college; ct., court; ctss., countess; dchss., duchess; dk., duke; D. and C, Dean and Chapter; f., father; hund., hundred; ind.,

  • * British History Online * *

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    Supplementary Records, Crosthwaite and Lyth

    Supplementary Records Crosthwaite and Lyth Crosthwaite and Lyth 1556 The original chapel was very ancient but it did not obtain sacramental rights till the reign of Queen Mary, 1556, when Cuthbert, Bishop of Chester, in consideration of the great

    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 26 November 1830, 26 November 1830-26 November 1830

    House of Lords Journal Volume 63 26 November 1830 Die Veneris, 26° Novembris 1830. DOMINI tam Spirituales quam Temporales præsentes fuerunt: Archiep. Cantuar . Ds. Brougham & Vaux , Cancellarius. Epus. Londinen . Epus. Glocestr . - Vicecom. Melville

    Crosthwaite and Lyth

    Crosthwaite and Lyth CROSTHWAITE AND LYTH. 1186 1200 Gilbert son of Roger Fitz-Renfrid confirms to Henry son of Norman de Redeman, the land of Witeber ( now Whitbarrow) by its bounds, namely on the bounds of Witherslake in ascending

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 253, July 1595, 01 July 1595-31 July 1595

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 253 July 1595 July 1595 July 1. 1. Examination of Chas. Bridgesm before Lord Chief Justice Popham and Lord Chief Baron Periam. When Nicholas Bridges and Edw. Guilford were taken on the hue and cry, Subscribers-only content

    General Index, C, 01 January 1595-31 December 1597

    General Index C C. C. Cabeche , Mons. Cadiz bells of bridge at, defeat at castle or citadel at money, & c. in churches in treasure in commissioners to inquire into embezzlements at Corrigidor at wife of custom house Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LITERARY. P HR I EN O L O G Y. PhrenooGpy, aend How to ase it in Analysinrg Character. By Nicholas Morgan. Longmans, Orthodox Phrenology. By A. L. Vago. Simpkin, Marshall, and Co. The foundation of phrenology-that the brain Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SITUATIONS WANTED By (cntid). nI[ - Res pectable Tooth WYant~s Situation as eigten ots'eernc.Give time;rino i Dsu.C6, illy Poeot. O9480 11,1 5555o0-Wasited. by respectable young Man, Sit-na- Cd ~srvsttr ad haer.-?.. 27, Eagle Suiest, wol, j, p...".~it--ddtOO.7. )llrkit Street, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I SPORTING NEWS RACIN NOTES.- Thre isevr ,poset fsomego sprbin witnose atMnherrdu wh next two days, asea capital programme tes veen put fowad n the exective, and already there are ov er ft horss o en fth e spat Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING NEWS. RAGING 1N7OTES. Favonred with delightful wxeather a large company assembled at _New Barns this afternoon, and some interesting s-port was witnessed. The Irish 'division only manr-ed to secure one race, this being the initial item-the N'eadleton Steeplechase-which Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LAX!, ,, God t[''. Liv ~eo~s~e 'w~tl~s bA~rg~ ti~m !sold' a~ ST\U1S, s're 'itt siAtlug ife case to' the Julr"-artid itanibi slyoat b8 suptap~r.2t Tdi a m-iount,; tba lsu' Whstu 06as~v ISold wil."i Ia fllya nti~i` higlitbSouri B ept Subscribers-only content


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