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You searched for: Place: "Meysey Hampton" "Meysey Hampton"

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Penton Mewsey

    Parishes Penton Mewsey PENTON MEWSEY Penitone (xi cent.); Penintona (xii cent.); Penyton Meysi, Penitune Meysi (xiii cent.); Penyngton Meysy (xiv cent.); Pennyngton Mewsey (xvii cent.). The total area of the parish of Penton Mewsey is 1,059 acres, of which

    Townships Westhoughton

    Townships Westhoughton WESTHOUGHTON Westhalghton, 1292, and usually; Westhalton, 1302; the West is often omitted. Westhaughton and Westhoughton , xvi cent. This township, the largest in the parish, has an area of 4,341 acres, 1 having an average breadth of


    Sport SPORT Wiltshire has a number of natural physical features which have played an important part in determining the forms of sport pursued within it. The large expanse of downland, more than half the total area, is particularly suited

    Index A - Z

    Index A - Z Note. The following abbreviations are used: Alex., Alexander; And., Andrew; Ant., Anthony; archbp., archbishop; Assoc., Association; b., born; bp., bishop; br., brother; chap., chapel; Chas., Charles; ch., church; Chris., Christopher; coll., college; d., died; Dan.,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DEATH OF SIR G. E. PAGET, M.D. A Cambridge correspondent telegraphs that Sir George | Edward Paget, M.D., Regius Professor of Physic at I Cambridge University, died last evening. Front " Men and Women of the Time" we take Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BIRTHS. Aug. 24, at Old Man Leys, Tackley, the wife of A. W. Gomam, of a daughter. Sept. 6, at Eynsham Paper Mills, near Oxford, the wife of Stephen Castelbowy Wakefield, of a son. Sept. 6, at H~owe, Henley-on-Thames, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BIRTHS. Cc'. 24, at Hernianmiestec, Austlia, Nellie, Ivire of Mr. Henry Reynolds, M.R.C.v.S., of a daughter. Nov. 2, at the Half Moon Inn, Theme, the wife of James Soalnes, cf a daughter. Nov. 3, at Lashlake, Thame, the wife Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cos BIRTHS, the Nov. 17, at the Parsonage Farm, Sbipton-under- Wyclh- it wood, he wife of F. W. Bowen, of a son, lea! Nov. 21, at the King's Arma Hotel, Deddisngtcn, the frai wife of Harry Longworth, of twine-son Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    it irthr, Rarriaps, anAd Dnth BIRTHS. BOSS.-Aprill7, at 19, Milton-street, the wife of Mail of a son. r BOWELL, -April 13, at 29, Islip-road, Sunnymeadc, fir the wife of Thomas tRichard Bowell. of a son. BRIGIHT.-April 16, at Cambridge Subscribers-only content

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