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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The hundred of Kingsclere Index Map to the Hundred of Kingsclere

    The hundred of Kingsclere THE HUNDRED OF KINGSCLERE containing the parishes of Ewhurst ; Kingsclere 1 (part of); Litchfield ; Wolverton The above list represents the extent of the hundred at the time of the Population Returns of 1831.

    Wanstead Introduction

    Wanstead Introduction WANSTEAD Wanstead lies about 7 miles north-east of the City of London . 1 It is a dormitory suburb straddling the arterial road to Southend and Colchester and forming part of the London borough of Redbridge .

    Townships Breightmet

    Townships Breightmet BREIGHTMET Brihtmede, 1257; Brightemete, 1277; Breghmete, Breghtmed, 1292; Brithmete, 1302; Brightmede, 1510; Breightmet , 1574. The township of Breightmet lies between Bradshaw and Blackshaw Brooks , and has an area of 8721/2 acres. The highest point, Breightmet

    Parishes Millbrook

    Parishes Millbrook MILLBROOK The original parish of Millbrook , including Freemantle and Shirley , now suburbs of Southampton , contained an area of 3,223 acres of land, 10 acres of land covered by water, 140 by tidal water, and

    The ancient parish of Barking Introduction

    The ancient parish of Barking Introduction BARKING AND ILFORD The ancient parish of Barking , about 9 miles east of London , included the whole area now ( 1964 ) in the municipal boroughs of Barking and Ilford .

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    William) : undefined Anthony Fields (Anthony Fields) : undefined Bottom of the Moor (Bottom of th' Moor) : undefined Red Bridge (Red Bridge) : undefined Mo' Crompton's House (Mo' Crompton's House) : habitation Hamers (Hamers) : undefined Rothwells (Rothwells) :

  • * British History Online *

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    Index of Subjects, S

    Index of Subject S S. Sadler , 237. Sailcloth , for the Navy, 18, 56, 151, 249, 261, 269, 275. Sailcloth Manufacture , in England, 257. SALT , duties on (as by 5 Wm. and Mary, c.7 continued by

    Warrants etc., June 1699, 16-31, 16 June 1699-30 June 1699

    Warrants etc June 1699, 16-31 June 1699, 16-31 June 16. Money warrant for 110 l . to John Hookes, Geo. Colet, James Courthop and Hicks Borough, four under clerks attending the House of Commons; for writing & c. several

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HU1TING APODNTMENTS. FOXHOUNDS. BA.oswosT .........' Mo., Dee. 29.... Wenthndge C ............. 10.30 'Tres.. lDec. 30.... Camblortbbhypermniseo10.30 Thirs.. Jan'. 1.... Cawtorne . 1..3........... 0. Satar., Ja 3 .... Great Houahteon . 1 0.30 BZDALn ............ ho.,Dec. 29....Kirlington Village ........1. 0 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FOREIGN AND COLONIAL. y ~~AMERICA. IRISUTIRR'B EXPRESS.] LIVBRcPOOL, Thursday. hi The Inmnan screw steamer City of Baltimore, iCaptain Lt Mirehouse, which left New York, on the 16th instant, .r arrived in the Mersey at two o'clock this mnorniag, bringing, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE ,MURDER' OF. MR. ,: GOLD.' I - EAMINATION 'OF LtROY ' 'At the cl0s1 of the examination of Lefioy on. Tasie*Y, t ho was reomoved to the Cickfield Police-atation, swherp hbe remained all night 'in 'charg-of Supoerlutndeut'Avery, itead'of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HUJNTING APPOINTMENTS. atAsl * ALL .1 VX .L.&54.l.i LI FOXHOUNDS. BADsloi ... Satur., Doo. 3. Tanshelf Station ....,,, 10,30 Mon., Jan, 2- .Htghlleld Honso, _ Womerfila. .10.30 Tues., Jan. 2 ..Yoilk Bar, Doneaster....10.30i Wed.,, 3Ja ,....Cawthorne .'0 3 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LOCAL AND GENERAL. DZPAHRTL'REOF M JIt c. ' JO NwIOU'rT Fo}M LEEDS. alr. Brioht le-t Leeds veste:dlty. Thle ri-ht hon. gentlenlaln had beeu btaylig- at Chapel-Allerton, the S resideuce of Mr, Jobu. B3arran, M.P., wio iuvated a p ijrnubex Subscribers-only content

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