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You searched for: Place: "Middle Wallop" "Middle Wallop"

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Nether Wallop

    Parishes Nether Wallop NETHER WALLOP Wallope (xi cent.); Wappol (xii cent.); Wellop, Welhop (xiii cent.); Netherwellup (xiv cent.). The parish of Nether Wallop covers an area of 7,391 acres, of which 4 acres are land covered with water, 3,

    Parishes Over Wallop

    Parishes Over Wallop OVER WALLOP Wallope (xi cent.); Wellop (xiii cent.); Uverwallop, Over Welhop, Upwellop (xiv cent.). The parish of Over Wallop lies on the borders of Wiltshire and covers an area of 4,672 acres, including 2,889 acres of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    REFORM M.EtETING. A Reform meeting was held at the parisah of St. Andrew's, Holborn, on Tuesday, at which several speeches.were, made by, Mr. Fearon, Mr. Hfilt the'barrister, and other gentleinen. With reference to Reform and the Ballot lDr. Bowring Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IBA KRI UJPTS, from the Gazeltcs of Aug 2 and o. DECLARATIONS OF tNSOL.VENCy. Richard lluorris, Lawrence-lane, London, linen-draper, dated Aug. 1. BANKRUPTS. Samuel James Parnell, late of North Audley-street, Grosvenor-sqUarT, auctioneer, to surrender August 16, 23, Sept. 13, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    |By.+AN UPTS,fronm -he Ga-zeles of Auzig 9 anid 12. BANKR-tU PTS. James Gilbert, St. Luke's. iron founder, to surtender Aug. 16, 26, Sept. 20, at Basinghall-street. Solicitors, Miessrs. Jenkins and Abbott, New Ion. Samuel Cross, jun. Lambeth, Surrey, timber Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    P.WOM LA4B& 2IGOV "ITZ LBFAMS Off SOLICTOMR ANI) 11111T13 PAINTIOULAR TO EU !OBTAJISE AT THU' 011110111 OrTHUl CHIEF 1111OiSThA4 OVET OF BAIIKBOPM'O,~.8I0AL8SI .".~ .I , IAiiiRUPTS. - , . 1 CHIABLU WILUIM WATSON, Liusou-ilrove, botaeto surr~ei-. doe April16, at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BANKRUPTS, Tuesday, Jan. 25. Baugh John, Middle Wallop, Hants, victualler Cozens Jas. Leonard, Bedmiuster, Somersetsh. victualler Fox William, Great Driffield, Yorkshire, tanner Gray William, Hosier-lane, carpenter Jackson Thomas, Laveriek-hall, Cumberland, miller Lamb Joseph and John, Liverpool, saddlers Nicholson Theophilus, Subscribers-only content

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