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Map of Monmouthshire
Berry Hill, Christchurch, Edge End, English Bicknor, Ganarew, Great Doward, Hillersland, Joy's Green, Kerne Bridge, Kiln Green, Little Doward, Llangrove, Lower Lydbrook, Marstow, Ruxton ...
Map of Herefordshire
Joy's Green, Kerne Bridge, Kiln Green, Lower Lydbrook, Welsh Bicknor, GL17 9, HR9 5, HR9 6
Map of Gloucestershire
Brierley, Joy's Green, Lower Lydbrook, Ruardean, Ruardean Hill, Ruardean Woodside, Upper Lydbrook, Welsh Bicknor, GL17 9, HR9 6
A Topographical Dictionary of Scotland
Abbey Green - Aberdeenshire A TOPOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF SCOTLAND. Abbey-Green ABBEY-GREEN, a considerable village, in the parish of Lesmahago, ... Macute's-Green, derives its...
Old and New London: Volume 6
Fulham Walham Green and North End CHAPTER XXXVIII. FULHAM ( continued).WALHAM GREEN AND NORTH END. Vine CottageThe Pryor's BankThe "Swan" ... of Mr. Darbishire. Walham Green isor, rather, wasa...
A History of the County of Middlesex: Volume 11, Stepney, Bethnal Green
Bethnal Green Social and Cultural Activities SOCIAL AND CULTURAL ... were presumably around the green, including the Black Bull tavern, near Gerbier's ... on the west side of the green in 1652....
A History of the County of Essex: Volume 4, Ongar Hundred
of the population has been concentrated in the village of Matching Green and in the two hamlets of Thrushesbush, alias Threshers Bush, and Tilegate Green ... to Matching Green. Along the road to...
Office-Holders in Modern Britain: Volume 3, Officials of the Boards of Trade 1660-1870
S. Green, R. Cuckow, D. Office Keeper Terrie, T. Messenger Serle, E. ... and Corresponding Clerk Laing, S. Registrar Oswald, W. D. Clerk McKenzie, F. Joy, W. ... Office Keeper Mitchell, G. Assistant Office Keeper...
The Later Records Relating To North Westmorland Or the Barony of Appleby
to joy in their booty for with the cloth and other commodities as they took ... the town as Mealcross and Cross Green were appointed for purchasing
Records Relating To the Barony of Kendale: Volume 3
. . . . Then by the Indenture made 21 October, 1765, Between the mortgagees Mary Joye, widow, and relict of James Joye, late of Acton, Charles Joye of the Inner Temple, ... after the execution of...