Plague and enclosure: a Warwickshire village in the seventeenth century (Clifton-upon-Dunsmore)
(P.O. Box 363, Birmingham 15) University of Birmingham (Department of Extra Mural Studies), 1970 - Social Science - 59 pages
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agreement of 1648 allotment arable Ardens land Avon boundaries Bridgeman burials Cave's century Chancery Christopher Harvey Clifton Clifton-upon-Dunsmore common fields Cotesbach Cott cottage crops died enclosed enclosure agreement epidemic farm stock fences Free Gift freeholders Hearth Tax hedge homesteads Hoskins Inventory at Lichfield John Andrews John Barford John Cave John Perkins Johnson Higgs landlord lay rector leases Leicestershire live in Clifton lord manor meadow Mess Midland Peasant Moses Cave Newton North Field owners paid pasture plough probably quarters of Ardens rent Richard Higgs Richard Lea Rugby seven share sheep Sir Richard Lucy Sir Robert Whitney small freeholders Steven Sutton Thackham Thomas Hewitt Thomas Pettifer Thomas Tew Tithe Apportionment Town Ground trustees twenty acres village W. G. Hoskins Warwick County Records Warwickshire Weston Park MSS Whitney family Whitney's Wigston Magna William Higgs William Southam worth yardland yeoman