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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The borough of Warwick Introduction

    Ford Mill Brook ). On the south it followed this brook to its junction with the Avon , and then kept to the Avon itself as far as Barford . On the west the boundary mostly followed small streams, among

    Parishes Sopley

    windmill used for pumping. The straggling hamlet of Avon , where are Avon Farm , London Farm and Avon Tyrrell Farm, lies to the west on the east bank of the River Avon . Here is a ford across the

    Parishes Newnham Regis

    Avon , on the west by the Fosse Way, and for a short distance in the north-east corner it is crossed by the Oxford Canal . A few small streams rise in the northern part and flow to the

    List of contributors to the Wiltshire Victoria County History appeal fund

    Bedwyn History Society, Great Bedwyn Mr. A. M. Berrett Mr. D. Box , Reading, Berkshire Bradford on Avon Preservation Trust Ltd. Bradford on Avon town council Mr. F. S. Brazier , Devizes Mr. R. I. Bullough , West Hatch Mr.

    Parishes Ashow

    124; 1931, 152. The parish lies on the River Avon between Kenilworth and Stoneleigh . The river forms the northern half of the east boundary of the parish and then turns abruptly west, with the former hamlet of Bericote 1

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sefyll eto ? Os ydyw, y mse dyddordeb yn ei amgylchu nadcyw ond ofer i dy gen- edigol bardd athrylithfawr Avon yn ,Stratford byth .gystadlo ag ef am dano. Rhwng y ddau allu, y ddwy Gymdeithasfa Gyffred- inol a dnsbarthiadol Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sefyll eto P Ih Os ydyw, y mae dyddordebyn ei anngylchu nadyw and I. ofer i dy genedigol bardd athrylithfawr Avon yn Strat. i- ford byth gystadla ag ef am dano." Mae y gair II Llanddeusant yn gysegredig gan fy Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    am y llall, ac y mae yro eto yn was ffyddlawn a'doeth. " ( Hwn yw John Davies, Ysw., Bron Avon, Cresington, EYC un o ddieconiaid galluog a phaarchus yr eglwys, Y pryd hwnw nid oodd ond un ye meiddio Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Avon " glaban. [TYWT6YDD.]: Cyhoeddiad bychan, ceiniog ydyw hwn, at wasar,. aeth y Plant. Argreffir ef gan Rees, Llanelli, yr mn swyddfa ag yr argreffir y .Dimygitvr. Nis gallwr -arganmol gormod ar y eyhoeddiad bychan hwn i'h amcan y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    86a A adtSyt lotchn1eIeea-uston XStatlontnud at S am.. a '-) N MONDAYS. <JUl 2fti! "*Ulsr, cheap % y. Berth. Aberyatwoyth. Avon Wena,601 - Poytmada:- :ic ,i. , c-h 3sl "-. .;QS4 $4 i Ss ' d 4sI.15 Mnff3ordd i9j; _Pewbyh-A+:4o Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BRUNING (BRYNING), Richard (by 1531-73/80), of Chisenbury, Wilts.

    17 May 1573 he made his will, asking to be buried in the aisle belonging to Chisenbury House at Nether Avon church. He left his lands at Compton to his son William and those at Seagry to his wife, whom

    PHILIPPS, Erasmus (1699-1743), of Picton Castle, Pemb.

    of the elections committee in December 1741. On 15 Oct. 1743, when he was ‘returning to Bath, some pigs frightened his horse, which ran back and threw him into the river [Avon], just below the bridge, and he was drowned’.[footnote]

    HYDE, Hon. Edward (1645-65), of the Middle Temple, London.

    at least four committees in his only session. His was the first name on the committee for the bill to make the Avon navigable from Christchurch to Salisbury. He died on 10 Jan. 1665 and was buried in Westminster Abbey.[footnote]

    HOBY, Thomas (1642-c.1706), of Bisham Abbey, Berks. and Breamore, Hants.

    to draw up the third exclusion bill. His marriage to his widowed cousin Lady Brooke brought him property in the Avon valley, downstream from Salisbury, for which he was returned to the Convention by the corporation, although apparently not a

    BOKERELL, Henry, of Temple Street, Bristol.

    marriage. In October 1394 his father-in-law had bequeathed his house in Temple Street and property on the bank of the Avon to his widow, with remainder to their daughter and Bokerell, her husband. The latter, however, benefited immediately by possession

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Woodspring Lodge

    Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Hall , Yatton, Somerset, England 1997 Masonic Hall , Yatton, Avon, England 1977

 

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