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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Hertford (All Saints' & St John's )

    Parishes Hertford (All Saints' & St John's ) Parts of ALL SAINTS and ST. JOHN'S HERTFORD, including the liberties of Brickendon and Little Amwell . The following account deals with the district comprising the modern civil parishes of Brickendon

    Parishes Great Amwell

    Great Amwell GREAT AMWELL Emmewell or Emwell (xi-xiv cent.); Ammewell, Amewell or Amwell (xiii-xiv cent.); Amwell Magna, Much Amwell or Great Amwell (xvii cent.). The parish of Great Amwell lies on the right bank of the River Lea to the

    Parishes Stanstead St. Margaret's

    Parishes Stanstead St. Margaret's STANSTEAD ST. MARGARET'S The earliest name of this parish seems to be Thele (Thele, xii cent.; Theele, xiii cent.; Le Ele, xiv cent.; Theyle, the Yle, xvi cent.). At the end of the 13th century

    Parishes Broxbourne with Hoddesdon

    Parishes Broxbourne with Hoddesdon BROXBOURNE WITH HODDESDON Brochesborne (xi cent.); Brokesburn. The civil parish of Broxbourne , 1 which has an area of 1,932 acres, contains 509 acres of arable land, 658 acres of permanent grass and 686 acres

    Parishes Graveley

    Parishes Graveley GRAVELEY Gravelai (xi cent.); Gravele (xiv cent.). The parish of Graveley has an area of 1,837 acres, of which 58l3/4 are arable land, 2973/4 acres permanent grass and 851/4 acres wood. 1 The elevation of the parish

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GLEANINGS FROM THE COUNTRY. THE EVILS OF A BURIAL CLUB.- On Saturday an inquest was held on the body of Hannah, daughter of J. Chapman, Mark street, carter, aged six years. On taking the jury to the parents' house Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of g0' Alt Afarriagfes sent froma a distance must be authenticated byt the jt signtature Of one, of our Agents, or by that of a known corres- le IPenent. Announcements of Births are subject to a charge o of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    r r at St Andrew's church, Leeds, Mr. Michael BelD, to Miss Mary Green, both of Leeds, C}LSETHTAM-HOflsoN.-Apri1 4th, at the pariah church, Otley, by the Rev. Joshua Hart, vicar, William Johnson, eldest son of C. G. Cheetham, Esq., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BlpGS G , AND DRATHS 6 BJTiHS, MARRIAGESM DAT . OLT0 ovtoe 5 at Upper Ballindr, the wife 30bn & Bolton, of a son. 3ovember -, at 42, Chaxles Street8 Berkeley -,,, maonthe residence of her mother, the 'o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BIRTHS, 1ARRIAGfSM AND DEATHS] Aanouncemc$s under this heading arc charged for as jiow's-Marriage, 2s 6d; Death stitc funeral notice, Sd; LDecatei witk funeral notice rnd "No Flowers," St; 0Oituary Xotiee, is ed; Birth, 2s 6d. In ever; case suchi Subscribers-only content

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