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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Lolworth Economic history

    Lolworth Economic history ECONOMIC HISTORY In 1086 the manor had 2 ploughlands in demesne with one servus . One Frenchman occupied 1½ hides and 4 villani shared another 3 ploughlands with 12 bordars and cottars. The lord had 2

    Horninghold

    Horninghold HORNINGHOLD Horninghold lies seven miles north-east of Market Harborough and four miles south-west of Uppingham . The parish, which is 1,217 a. in area, extends over the Middle Lias clays which underlie the hills on the borders of

    Parishes Rousham Rousham , 1721

    Parishes Rousham ROUSHAM Rousham 1 lies in the Cherwell valley, mid way between Oxford and Banbury , c . 11 miles (18 km.) from each town; the parish covers 1,068 a. (432 ha.). 2 Its northern boundary follows the

    Parishes Waterperry

    Parishes Waterperry WATERPERRY The ancient parish of Waterperry 1 lies on the Buckinghamshire border with the River Thame for its southern boundary, and the Holton Brook for its western. 2 It consists of the civil parishes of Waterperry and

    The city of Worcester Charities

    The city of Worcester Charities CHARITIES Certain charities formerly under the administration of the corporation have been consolidated and are regulated by a scheme of the Charity Commissioners of 5 May 1908 , under the title of 'The Worcester

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

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    CP.H.28

    male; esquire Location: Wath (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Wath (Wath) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Wath (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Wath (Wath) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Wath (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Ox Pasture (Oxe Pasture, Oxe Close) : fieldname Cow Pasture(Cow Pasture, Cow Close) : fieldname

    CP.I.2411

    Role: defendant Details: male Location: Ormesby (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Ormesby (Ormesby, Ornsby) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Ormesby (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): East Field South Part (East Field South Part) : fieldname Cow Pasture (Cow Pasture) : fieldname Whinney Close (Whinney Close) : fieldname

    CP.I.2414

    Place(s): Ormesby (Ormesby, Ornsby) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Ormesby (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): East Lime Kiln Close (East Lime Kiln Close) : ecclesiastical parish Cow Pasture (Cow Pasture) : ecclesiastical parish North Field North Part (North Field North Part) : ecclesiastical parish

    CP.H.3077

    defendant Details: male; gentleman Location: Butcher Croft (Butcher Croft) : fieldname Location: Ox Close (Oxe Close) : fieldname Location: Cow Pasture (Cow Pasture) : fieldname Location: West Flats (West Flatts) : fieldname Location: Pound Garth (Pownd Garth) : fieldname Location:

    CP.I.156

    male; 79; Widow Location: Swillington (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Swillington (Swillington) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Ox Close (Oxclose) : fieldname Location: Cow Pasture (Cow Pasture) : fieldname Location: Tollman Jugs (Tollman Jugs) : undefined Location: Nether Field (Netherfield) : undefined Location: Garner

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE MINES DRAINAGE COMMISSION. I A monthly meeting of the Sonuth Staffordshire Mines t Drainage Commissioners was held yesterday, at the Mines I Drainage Offices Wolverhampton; the Chairman (Mr. E Walter Williamsl presiding.-The Clilirman announced that the engines were Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DISTRICT NEWS. LEAMINGTON. BOARD OF HEALTIh-The usual fortnightly meeting of the Board was held at the Town Hall on Taesday morning, Mr. T. Muddeman presiding; there were also present Messrs. P. Jacks, J. WillialU, J. HitChman, J. S. Wallis, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    S L,]ORSS-CARRIAGES,_&c.__ ~~ii~cflOESE~ with bandsoome brass J- A10- ppl, . N rmin _1 ane Street. c41110 AlW Corn Dea(ler 0tald-we4oak naul. I-ens, very 5-) .,, e~~~~~~~~~~~4147 or thirt~ee.-Apaply, J951855thirten 4s.-ote adre~ssnot, WtVer- cailo ~ L ELLNG~OISEAN~D LAND. j~lllDCottage to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    , if- TRAESMENS ADDRESSES.' : Iuiigmdllgnexl sre l h ~vnadt.(~d Itolcai teoIn ae elmdrrfogni ihlth OSTRICH FEATHIERS. J. H A R R IS & S O NS "ARE DYEING ALL THE N'NEW COLOURS, OR IN ANY SHADE TO PATTERNS. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SOUTHI STAFFORDSB IRE MINES DlRAINA(GE COMM1SSION ERIS. APPEALS AGAINST THE TOPTON lATING. On Satturday tire Arbitrators nolser the South 8tafieort; ire Miner Drainage Acts halt! a Court ait Wolverohampton n t;eer appeals a galIst their proposal to leyv at Subscribers-only content

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