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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Soham Education

    Soham Education EDUCATION. No record survives of schooling at Soham before 1660. 3 The award which divided Soham 's fens in 1665 -6 devoted to assisting its poor the income from a nominal '100 a.', really 116 a., in

    Soham Charities for the poor

    Soham Charities for the poor CHARITIES FOR THE POOR. Soham had several substantial benefactions by the 17th century. The largest of the earlier ones was that of Richard Bond . By will of 1501 Bond, who died after 1503,

    Soham Soham in the late 20th Century Soham Village c. 1650

    Soham SOHAM The parish of Soham , 51 with its 5,260 ha. (12,999 a.) 52 the largest in Cambridgeshire outside the Isle of Ely , lies on the border between the Isle and the southern part of the county,

    Soham Nonconformity

    Soham Nonconformity NONCONFORMITY. Late in 1660 a Soham man approached several craftsmen there, when seeking to recruit men and horses for a plot to seize Charles II as part of a projected Puritan uprising. He was soon informed on.

    Histon Introduction Histon and Impington 1801

    Histon Introduction HISTON THE large village of Histon lies north of Cambridge , its built-up area in 1986 being separated from that of the city only by a narrow belt of farm land and the Cambridge northern bypass. 25

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE LITERARY EXAMINER. The Life of Go716cmb?6, the Discoverer of America. Chiefly by Arthur Helps. Bell and Daldy. It is scarcely possible at the present day to write the biography of any one celebrated man which, in some form Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE PROPOSED CABLE TRAMWAV. C. I N THE EXERIMNRT AT HIGHGATE. A [By nine OWN REFPORTER.] t 'd Considerable interest has beets manifested in the offer f jfof the Cable Tramways Company to undertake the work- i! a-ing of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MYSTERIOUS AFFAIR AT DERBY. A mysterious affair has just occured at Derby. A man named Samuel Ford, formerly a cab proprietor, but now a greengrocer, lived along with his wife, Mary Ford, at a house in Clay Street, Derby. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CHARGE OF ATTEMPTED MURDER. At the Stratford (Essex) Petty Sessions, on Saturday, William. Frederick Branch (19), a corset agent, of 5, Pretoria Road, Clay Street, Walthamstow, was charged on remand with shooting and wounding Peter Jeffreys, a corhmissionoageat, with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I LONDON GAZETTE,. L"Frem Last Nfght's Gocet6.J 7 ADJUDICATIONS. OWEN W. WILLIAMS, Llasrwt, late High Street, Pwiltiel, Carnarvonshure, grocer. S t B I uIb WrcaLrAs WOFFENDEN, Shambles'SreBraly ~obr i glazier, and gastitter. JOB SNOOx, Urchfont, Wiltshire, formerly farmer, now Subscribers-only content

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