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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Harmondsworth Local government London Borough of Hillingdon

    Harmondsworth Local government LOCAL GOVERNMENT. A manor court is first mentioned in Harmondsworth in 1222 . 12 Consecutive court rolls exist from 1377 to 1530 ; 13 these, to some extent, have already been examined in an earlier volume.

    Parishes Barcombe PARISH CHURCH of ST. MARY BARCOMBE

    Parishes Barcombe BARCOMBE Bercham (xii cent.); Bercompe, Bercampe (xiii and xiv cent.); Berkham, Berecompe (xv cent.). Situated on the River Ouse , which forms its eastern boundary, the parish of Barcombe covers an area of 4,997 acres of land

    Harmondsworth Manors and other estates

    Harmondsworth Manors and other estates MANORS AND OTHER ESTATES. Before 1066 the manor of HARMONDSWORTH was owned by Earl Harold , and at the Conquest it passed to William I . 97 In 1069 it was granted by the

    Parishes Chipstead

    Parishes Chipstead CHIPSTEAD Tepestede (xi cent.); Chepstede, Testa de Nevill ; Chypstede (xiii cent.); Chipstede (xv cent.); Chepstid (xvi cent.). Chipstead is a small parish, 4 miles north from Redhill , and 6 miles south-west of Croydon . It

    Parishes Limpsfield

    Parishes Limpsfield LIMPSFIELD Limenesfeld (xi cent.); Lymenesfeld, Lemnefeld and Lymenesfeld (xiii cent.); Lymefeld, Lemnesfeld (xiv cent.); Lemnysfeld, Lempnesfeld (xv cent.). Limpsfield is a village and large parish on the borders of Kent , a mile east of Oxted station

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE& Tuesday, Septembet 9. B rVn, nup-irn'tl:tlt~ Poltietli; Septeitbrr 9.-:lth Foot: Capt. G. Carilen, from thl 77t pIPoet, to b 'Cai t. viie B lhe Who cxcii tlges-20th Foet: Capt. C. Liutycns to b0 Itolr icttir Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COMMERCE. HO If E. LONDON, CEATHAM, AND DOVER RAILWAY COMPANY.-It is said that the general creditors of the London, Chatham, and Dover Railway Compsay are for the most part willing to give the company all fair facilities to arrange Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ,of of ' ADDREBBES. Ice = fill ALL PATENT MEDICINES AND PROPRIETARY DU- ARTICLES his C/YAN NOW BE HAD AT LBWISS, IN NEW STRE'ET, AT FAN PiEDIas. a PATENT MEDIINEiS. in PATENT MIEDIlNlEi0. sbhe PATENT MEDIDINES. by PATENT MIDIOITNES. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    INNANDPUBLIC-UOUESM CIIE LOL I Street.-EI IY4AV-aed~ TaVern, suitab-le for la-dy. Prie £0O-T2toh5t aud Sees, Corn Lxtilseege Passacto. R S= T. pJbrrae~ iitili Taverin. Lorg lease. Very satisfactory - trade. Price £120-Roberts andeSar, HitghStreet. B ~~£~psSpirit Vaullts, taking £ie. wveekly. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LONDON GAZETTE. [Praoi. Last NXvhts Grattc 13ANXI;ItJlTS. James Edwards Creedie. 124, Seymour Place, fryaristone Square, Aligldleaex, general furnisher snd upholsterer. 'eVilliarni Elbert Dando. I.,i, Strand, Afiddlosex. G. I?. DIruce, 4, (jueen's Duildings, Queen Victoria Street, Loniion, gentleman. Charles Statham, Subscribers-only content

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