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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hamfordshoe hundred

    Hamfordshoe hundred THE HUNDRED OF HAMFORDSHOE containing the parishes of Great Doddington ; Earls Barton ; Ecton ; Holcot ; Mears Ashby ; Sywell ; Wellingborough ; Wilby Map of the Hundred The hundred, which appears in the Geld

    Parishes Hangleton PARISH CHURCH of ST. HELEN HANGLETON

    Parishes Hangleton HANGLETON Hangeton (xi cent.); Hangeltona (xii cent.); Hangilton, Angleton (xvi cent.). The parish of Hangleton covers an area of 1,120 acres of Downland, and forms a rectangle, approximately 2 miles from north to south and three-quarters of

    Parishes West Blatchington PARISH CHURCH of ST. PETER WEST BLATCHINGTON

    Parishes West Blatchington WEST BLATCHINGTON Blechinton (xiii cent.); Blachyngton (xv cent.); Blechington (xvi cent.). This one-time lonely Downland parish lies immediately north-west of Hove , the building development from which is rapidly swallowing up its fields. The area of

    Parishes Butlers Marston

    Parishes Butlers Marston BUTLERS MARSTON Acreage: 1,777. Population: 1911, 218; 1921, 199; 1931, 182. The parish is separated on the north from Combrook by the Dene Brook , and part of its eastern boundary is formed by another stream,

    Parishes Great Alne

    Parishes Great Alne GREAT ALNE Acreage: 1,764. Population: 1911, 363; 1921, 376; 1931, 363. The parish of Great Alne stretches from the north bank of the River Alne up to the top of the ridge, known as the Alne

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Vremieo, &r., to be JLet T O be LET, at Round Hill, Aston, a comfortable T DWELLING HOUSE, with large Garden, well stocked with Fruit Trees, &c., Soft Water Pump, and aU other conveniences, at the low rental of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    l~alto bV Aacfziors tAi PaD. CONTINUATION OF SALE AT MOOR GREEN HALL. 12Y Messrs. CHESSHIRE and GIBSON, THIS J" DAY, (Tuesday.) TO-MORROW, (Wednesdayj and FRIDAY NEXT, the 27th, 2Sth, and 30t4 days of April commencing at Eleven o'clock- the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE BIRMINGHAM MOURNING TI ANP FUNERAL WAREHOUSE, '4% NEW STREET, RIRMINGHAM. CRAPES, PARAMATTAS, HENIETTA,PRINCGHl']A, AND COBURG CLOTHS, DRESS SILKS, PRINTS, GINGHAMS, MILLINERY MANTLES, AND EVERY REQUISIl'E FOR FAMILY MOURNING, eN THE GEA%.TEST VARInTY AT THE LOWEST CHAISES. FUNERALS ECONOMCAILLY Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    13014t gofing. ST. BARTHOLOMEW'S TEA PARTY, AND SALE OF WORK FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE INSTITUTIONS OF THE PARISH. THE above PARTY is appointed to take place T at the Corn Exchange, on MONDAY, May 10th. The Sale will Subscribers-only content

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