London Gazette index entry detail

Publication details:

Publication date: 10 Jan 1882.

Issue: 25058.

Page: 93.

Parish:

West Wittering.

Person details:

Name: William Wood.

Marital Status: Not given.

Address: The Dicker.

Notes:

THE CONTAGIOUS DISEASES (ANIMALS) ACT, 1878. THE following areas are now Areas Infected with Foot-and-Mouth Disease under the above-mentioned Act (except the lines of rail-way within those areas as far as those lines are used or required for the transit of animals through those areas, without untrucking):— Sussex. - (1. ) The whole of Boulder's farm, in the parish of Hellingly, in the occupation of Thomas Brown; so much of the Limekiln farm in the parish of Chalvington, in the occupation of the executors of the late John Deadman, as lies east of the road leading from Chalvington to the Dicker; so much of the Claverham-farm, in the parish of Arlington, in the occupation of Edward Shoosmith, as lies on the east side of the Wick-Street Brook; the whole of the High Barn farm, in the said parish of Arlington, in the occupation of Edward Shoosmith; the whole of the Hole farm, in the said parish of Arlington, in the occupation of Edward Shoosmith ; the whole of the Camberlott farm, in the said parishes of Hellingly and Arlington, in the occupation of John Deverell ; the whole of Clifton farm, in the said parishes of Hellingly and Arlington, in the occupation of James Brotherhood; so much of the lands in the occupation of Robert Gutsell, at the Upper Dicker, as lie on the north-west side of the road leading from Berwick Station to the Upper Dicker; the whole of the lands in the occupation of Samuel Gutsell, in the said parish of Arlington ; the whole of the lands in the occupation of William Wood, situate at the Dicker, in the said parish of Hellingly, and the whole of the lands in the occupation of James Wheatley, situate at the Upper Dicker in the said parish of Arlington; in the county of Sussex.

Batch:

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Transcribed by:

Michael Metcalfe.

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