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Ear - Easy chair | British History Online
[eathenware; eathen ware; earth'n ware; earthing ware; earthin ware; earthernware; earthen-ware; earthen weare; earthen ware; earthen waire; ...
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Halberton - Hall-Green | British History Online
Belle-Vue House is the seat of John Meredith, Esq. The principal articles of ... by a lofty and graceful spire: a principal part of the west end is Norman, ..... Among eminent residents, have been Daniel De Foe, author of Robinson Crusoe, ... HALLAM,
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Welham | British History Online
Welham lies four miles north-east of Market Harborough on the north side of the ..... oats, and barley before the land was laid down again for pasture. ... There was a mill in Welham in 1086, (fn. 85) rendering 3s., and in 1220, (fn. ...
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Chichester cathedral - The Lady chapel | British History Online
From 'A History of the County of Sussex: Volume 3', pp.113-116, LF Salzman (editor) (1935)
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Index of names and places - A-J | British History Online
From 'Calendar of early mayor's court rolls: 1298-1307', pp.277-291, AH Thomas (editor) (1924)
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Sources - Cambridge college archives | British History Online
17C memoranda of conveyances (99); list of tenants, 1702. Table of contents, catalogued in card catalogue. 389. Cambridge: King's College. Fd. 1441. ...
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La Beche - Lamb, Lambe Alley | British History Online
Lad Lane Lady Bitch's House Lady Holles' School Lady's Yard Lamb (Ye) ... In this map a small portion of Angel Alley running north is called "Lamb Alley." ...
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Norwood, including Southall - Economic and social history ...
11) The market-place occupied 3 a. at Southall in 1806 (fn. .... The kiln was destroyed by fire in 1942. (fn. 41) In 1961 the Southall Library had a fine ... 51) Quaker Oats, producing cereals, pig, and poultry foods, opened its works ...
9.
English Bicknor | British History Online
To the south-east, perhaps in the area called Over Eastbach in the later 16th century, (fn. 25) the principal building in 1993 was Eastbach Court. (fn. ...
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The University of Cambridge - Seals and insignia | British History ...
Of the three seals of Cambridge University that are known to have been used, ... Above each master of arts is the royal coat of arms used by Elizabeth ...
 
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