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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Churcham Manors

    Churcham Manors MANORS. About 780 Ethelmund son of Ingeld granted an estate, described as 30 hides at Over , to Gloucester Abbey , and in 804 his son Ethelric confirmed the estate to the secular clerks then at the

    Cucklington Cucklington in 1838

    Cucklington CUCKLINGTON The ancient parish of Cucklington lies on the south-eastern edge of the hundred and county, bordering on Dorset . 23 The village of Cucklington and Clapton farm were both Domesday settlements. 24 The parish, which is roughly

    Wilton Churches and Protestant nonconformity

    Wilton Churches and Protestant nonconformity CHURCHES Leland 's assertion that there were formerly twelve or more parish churches of Wilton , if accurate, must be taken to include not only the borough but also its suburbs. The disappearance or

    Isleham Manors Isleham Hall in Early 18th Century

    Isleham Manors MANORS. Before 1066 the largest, assessed at 6 1/3 hides, of the four manors recorded in Isleham in 1086 had been one of the group of three royal manors at the north end of Staploe hundred. It

    Parishes Great Tew Great Tew (c.late 18th century) Great Tew , 1774

    Parishes Great Tew GREAT TEW Great Tew, a large parish of 3,007 a. (1,217 ha.) lies 16 miles (26 km.) north-west of Oxford and 8 miles (13 km.) south-west of Banbury on the edge of the north Oxfordshire uplands.

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 4, Chapter 4

    CHAP. IV. The Parish of St. Giles in the Fields . The Bounds and present State of it. Chapel in Great Queen Street . St. Giles's Church . New built. Monuments of the Dead there. A MAPP of the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ASSIZES. YORK, MARCH 30.-MALICIOVrS SHOOTING.-FfenciS Lodge was charged with Malicious Shooting. The prisoner had been emploved, as a gamekeeper, in the woods of Mr Beaumont, and was charged with shoot- ing Wm. Peace, with intent to kill or do Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PUBLIO AMUSEMENTS. T HEATRE ROYAL, BIRMINGHAM. LAST EIGHT NIGHTS OF THE RENOWNED CARL ROSA OPERA COMPANY. I To-NiGHT (Thursday), at 7.30, BA.LFE'S BOHEMIAN GIRL. Tbaddeus ............. Mr. B. DAVIr. Count Arnbhelm. D .....-.-.-.-.-.-.-.. Mr. LEeLIE CRoM. FlrCetle .........l.. WILFRED Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -l' j O;YALE.-LAST W E CT1 Il'L\l,' OWEhKtRA % 10j11E311IAN GIRL." M10I . ..... Mr. B. WILSON. ........ Mr. Le-SLIE C11OTTy. * M~~~~~~"Ar. MVAURIC11 I)E SOILA. - ........ AMr. G. L. SNeAELLE'. .Iltier AIARIAN BURTON. .~Ji . ...............rarsi (31ne. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i~itrict i Ett , THE LATE MURDEROUS AFFRAY WITHT HIGHWAY ROBBERS, NEAR OLDBURY. I M P OR T A N T T R I A L. Yesterday (Tuesday) the Oldbury Police Court was crowded withl people eager to listen Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    litightItlaill Nultraptcg Coart. YESTERDAY. BLaroeiR MR. DEPUTY CuOHXtlSSION-ER WATARFIELD. loare Georgte Holden ar.i S'sn, Birmnivslshans, pencil-case inranufoe' tsre:rs.-Tfle bankrupts carine up to pass their last examination. Air. Powell (of the firm of Powell and Son), onbehalf ofthe asmig- nees, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Minute Book, June 1708, 01 June 1708-30 June 1708

    Minute Book June 1708 June 1708 June 1 ( altered to 2), forenoon. Present : Lord Treasurer, Chancellor of the Exchequer. Direct Mr. Wilcox to certify the state of the enclosures in New Forest. Ibid. , p. 206. June

    Index, L, 01 January 1708-31 December 1708

    Index L L. La Baldovin (Bauldovin). See Baldovin. Lacaan , Dr. See Lecaan. Lace (orice), for the Great Wardrobe, 371; gold and silver, seizure of, 54. La Chapelle . See Chapelle. La Farelle . See Farelle. La Fargues .

    Index, H, I, 01 January 1708-31 December 1708

    Index H, I H. Haberdasher , of London, 197. Hacket , Lady, of Pitfirrane. See Halket, Dame Janet. Hackney Coaches, Office, incidents and salary bill, 72, 188, 302, 408; rent of, payments out of, 163, 436, 472. Hadden ,


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