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    Westbury-on-Severn Introduction Westbury-on-Severn and Churcham area c. 1965

    only the farm buildings survived in 1969 . Adsett Court is a large 19th-century brick house. There are a few cottages at the road junction to the north of Adsett Court where a small grass plot presumably represents the Adsett Victoria County History

    Memorial inscriptions, Roath church

    of the said Richard Watson. William Boughton, Esq e , formerly of Splott House in this parish, and of Adsett Court in the county of Gloucester; died 1850, aged 35. Vault and railing . John Skyrme, of Splott House in British History Online

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    of these there was not a large attendance. Mr. Russell Kerr (county chairman) proposed Mr. W. Colchester Wernyss, of Adsett Court, Wvestbury-on-Severn, as a candidate for the office. Mr. Arnold Thomas seconded, and, no other name being submitted, Mr. Colcbester Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    and his friends are confident that his victory is assured. Foiis: oF oDEAN DIvisioN.-Mr. M. W. Colchester Wemyss, of Adsett Court, Westbury-on-Severn, having yielded to the requests of the Conservatives and Liberal Unionists that he should oppose Sir Chacles Dilke Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    rooms, Old Albion Hotel, Lower Bridge-street, commencing at a quarter to eight o'clock, when Mr. Albert J. Mott (of Adsett Court, Gloucestershire) will deliver a lecture on "The Pacific Ocean, ita shores and islands, and the evidence found there concerning Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Lower Bridge-street, on Wednesday evening, under the presidency of Mr. M. Frost, J.P., when Mr. Albert J. Motfc (Adsett Court, Gloucestershire) read a paper on " The Pacific Ocean, its shores and islands, and the evidence found there concerning tbe Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    H. ____-■__. J-sq, elctst son of the late Admiral Maude, agea aixty-W *\_%_?* i*? 6 » 6th _*2 at Adsett Court - Westbuiy-on-Serern, Harold, eldest son of Mr. A. J Mott. aged twenty-on<. RICTARDS-Cn the 16th inst., at 153, Chadwick-road, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Single-handed HOUSEMAID for country place ; must have been trained as under housemaid : particulars on application.- Mrs. Gamete, Adsett Court, Westbury- on-Seyern, Gloucestershire. No agencies need apply. WANTED, Thorough Single-banded HOUSEMAID ; early riser* personal character required ; R.C. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Mid- winter, of Kineton, Moreton-in-Marsh ; Mr. James Villar, Leckhampton, near Cheltenham. - ln Class 4. Mr. John Boughton, Adsett Court, near Westbury-on- Severn, Gloucestershire ; Mr. J. T. Harrison, Frocester Court, near Stroud (two), and Mr. W. Bennett. - Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    cgocaC au6 Jhotrict ~&Lew&. fatality at bewdley. __? S *' urd _ *n inquest was held by Mr. Edwin looker (Coroner), on the body of William Albnrt (29), oi rsewdley, who was knooked down by a horse of wbicn Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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