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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Forest of Dean Roman catholicism

    after 1959. 13 In 1939 the Sisters of Hope , who belonged to the Sisters of the Holy Family, purchased Abbotswood in Ruspidge for a convent and a nursing home. The nuns apparently gave up their nursing work in 19

    Parishes Lower Swell

    1867 a new house for the owner of the estate was built on the other side of the river at Abbotswood . 30 This house, considered aesthetically unsatisfactory, was remodelled and enlarged under the direction of Sir Edwin Lutyens in

    Forest of Dean Social life

    development of Cinderford , 99 and the ironmaster Edwin Crawshay took an interest in the town while he lived at Abbotswood , in Ruspidge , in the 1860s and 1870s. 1 In the later 19th century the Crawley -Boeveys of

    Forest of Dean Local government and public services

    the West Gloucestershire Power Co . from its Norchard works, at Lydney , was first used for street lighting. 63 Abbotswood and several other houses in Ruspidge received electricity from Eastern United colliery from 1919 and until the colliery joined

    Forest of Dean Churches Holy Trinity Church And School, Harrow Hill , Built in 1817 .

    Mears in 1844 was replaced in 1927 by a chime of eight bel ls given by A. J. Morgan of Abbotswood , Ruspidge . 33 The church of ST. PAUL , Parkend , was consecrated in 1822 . 34 It

  • * British History Online *

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    Warrants, Letters, etc., 1731, January-June, 04 January 1731-30 June 1731

    Hill, of Goosegreen Lodge, and by Mr. Dummer, of Dockenfield Estate, who proposes to clear 250 acres of oak in Abbotswood. Minuted: With order of reference to Surveyor General. 1 pages. Treasury Board Papers CCLXXV. No. 27; Reference Book IX.

    Index, A, 01 January 1730-31 December 1734

    General of Customs, 622. Abbots Langley (Herts.) , 511. Abbotsbury (Dorset) , 518. Abbotswood , 120. Abbott , William, 357. Abdy , John, 354. -, Robert, 552. Abercrombie , James, 525. -, Patrick, 518. Aberdeen , 202, 354, 355, 356,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    line for the Midland Rail- E way, uniting with the Bristol and Birmingham branch at Stoke Works t smnd at Abbotswood, the Midland train diverging from the old Bristol f and Birmingham line and running on the Great Western through Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Heracsly 1-eatlt, Tiptton. 17200 DRESSMAKER or LADY'S MAID.-A young Persoos DESIRES a SITUATION tia above. Good referestceat.-Adarceoa to A. B., Abbotswood, noar W or cester. 1702 NfN/ ANTElD, a Yon ESNt itod to ttwo Cltildress T yosisseeat twee-y enhlvNtle than Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    happy to give. The Chairman then explained the olauses in reference to the Oxford and Worcester line, the atoke and Abbotswood tolls &o., and concluded by re. arnking that the Midland directors were unanimous in Dpinion that they had done Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . ...... F. Arciier 2 a Ardblair, Set 91b ..... Giles a D Mal Ficeu. (Loates), Laverstolke colt (T. Cannoes), Abbotswood (Morby), cean Queen (C. Wood), aeid Orchid (J. Manser) also rate-Betting: Oi to 4 agst Cobden, 8 to 1 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    him r until the trai;n reached Chieltenhamn, when he caused a. a telegram to be sent, to the signalman at Abbotswood to 91 the effect that, his companion bad fallen out of the train I I betw~eeinthat junction and Norton. Subscribers-only content

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