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  • * Victoria County History *

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    x LONG STANTON THE civil parish of Longstanton 48 was created in 1953 by uniting Long Stanton All Saints and Long Stanton St. Michael . 49 The form Longstanton , occasionally used earlier in the 20th century, 50 was

    Cottenham Church

    Cottenham Church CHURCH The location of the parish church at the north end of the village overlooking the fens has given rise to a tradition that the inhabitants tried to move it to a more central site, Church Hill

    Parishes Grandborough

    Parishes Grandborough GRANDBOROUGH Greneburga, Grenesberga (xi cent.); Greneburne (xiii cent.); Grenesbyri, Greneborewe (xiv cent.); Granborough (xvi cent.). This parish covers 1,580 acres, of which 139 are arable and 1,223 permanent grass, 1 and is well watered by Claydon Brook

    Parishes Great Barford

    Parishes Great Barford GREAT BARFORD Beranforda (viii cent.); Bereford (xi cent.); Barford Magna (xii cent.). Great Barford is a low-lying parish, with an area of 2,843 acres, in the basin of the River Ouse . The slope is from

    The borough of Aylesbury Manors, churches and charities

    The borough of Aylesbury Manors, churches and charities MANORS The descent of Aylesbury Manor has been traced under the borough (q.v.). The Manor House on Bierton Road , now occupied by Mr. Lee Stewart , was built by Mr.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    RICKFORD, William (1768-1854), of Green End, Aylesbury, Bucks.

    RICKFORD, William (1768-1854), of Green End, Aylesbury, Bucks. Constituency Dates Aylesbury 1818 1841 Biography Rickford was a native and lifelong resident of Aylesbury, and since 1803 had been head of its Old Bank, which he had founded with his

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LONDON GAZETTS. | -- - .. - 3 . [From Last Night's atte] BANKRUPTS. Henry Francis Ebdon, High Street, Stratford, Essex, baker. G@orge Yatea end Hlarry Morrie, both of Falcon Street, :Faloon Square, London, tie manufactnrers and warshonasmon trading Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . LONDON GAZETTE. (Fvrni Last Night's Gaztte.) BANKRUPTS. JTAMs R, BEDFoPr , 29, Burton Crescent, Euston Road, 'Middlesex. J. M. n, BuRNerr, 9, Bristol Gardens, Warwick Road, Middle- >V. D. 3L C. P. FAnsnR;n;eillngton Barralcks, Birdeage Walk, St. James's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BIMINGHTM_ COUNTY COURT. YESTEMOAT.-Before His HWaour J.udge C7WMers.- c APPROvAT OF A COMPOSITION.-ff re NV. R. Jones, of t the Birmingham Workhouse, medical disperser. Appli-e cation to approve composition. Mr. John Price appeared 1 for the debtor.--The Official Receiver Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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