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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Lydney LYDNEY AND AYLBURTON 1880

    tenants of Aylburton manor had open- field arable in Shortlands , Bitterns, Aylburton field, and the Wurthen, the last two being perhaps parts of the level, and they had common meadow in Aylburton mead, Rodmore mead, and in Aylburton 's

    List of maps and other text figures

    ( Mass. ). Fig. page 1. Bledisloe hundred, 1840 2 2. Awre and Blakeney , 1880 20 3. Lydney and Aylburton , 1880 54 4. St. Briavels hundre d, 1840 86 5. Coleford area, 1880 122 6. Mitcheldean area, 1880

    Alvington

    north end of the later parish was in an area of woodland and waste, where the inhabitants of Alvington and Aylburton , both owned by Llanthony priory, Gloucester , in the late Middle Ages, once intercommoned, and the manorial and

    Bledisloe Hundred BLEDISLOE HUNDRED 1840

    Awre village, set in a wide loop of the Severn , the principal settlements, Blakeney , Newerne , Lydney , Aylburton , and Alvington , were based on the main Gloucester -Chepstow road. There were a number of other hamlets

    Birch Nonconformity

    uncle Thomas. 41 It may have passed by 1622 to another John Aylburton , who had land in that part of the parish. 42 In 1662 William Aylburton had one of the larger houses in the parish, with six hearths,

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, A

    782, 1178. -, Gyddesgarth in, 156. Axminster , Axminster [co. Devon ] , manor, 945. Ayet. See Ayot St. Laurence. Aylburton , Ayleberton, Aylberton [in Lydny parish, co. Gloucester ] , manor, 887, 987. Aylemere , Aylemare, Aylmer, Edmund, 686. Subscribers-only content

    Index, A

    Charton, Downe Humfrevyle, in, 414. Axnoller , Eas t, Estaskenaller, Estaxnaller [in Beaminster ] , Dorset, 889. -, manor, 646. Aylburton , Ayleberton, Eyberton [in Lydney ] , Glos., 259. -, manor, 796. Aylesbury , Bucks, 975. Aylesford , Kent, Subscribers-only content

    Index, L

    , Beds, 152. Lychefeld. See Lichfield. Lychelade. See Lechlade. Lychey. See Lightshaw. Lydlinch , Ludelynche, Dorset, 414. Lydney , Glos, Aylburton in, 259, 796. Lye , Lygh. See Legh; Leigh. Lyebery. See Libery. Lyes. See Leighs. Lyghtsha. See Lightshaw. Lyley. Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BERKELEY, Sir Maurice (1358-1400), of Uley and Stoke Gifford, Glos.

    noble kinsmen (‘Maurice the Magnanimous’ and ‘Thomas the Ritch’), were considerable: young Berkeley’s inheritance included the manors of Kings Weston, Aylburton, Bradley and Uley, in Gloucestershire, Kingston Seymour in Somerset, and Brigmerston and Milston in Wiltshire, besides smaller properties in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Forest oif Dean Liberal Four Hundred) delivered an address. The assembly was under the auspices of the Lydney and Aylburton Liberal Club. v, Mr. Godfrey SamnueLson, MAP., occupied the chair, and 0 was supported by Mr. F. S. 'Stevenlson, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for whiobboe W widl give 12h per c-vnt, ocr lantum. Security. No Lean Ofioe need apply.-Addreae, X. Y.,, Poet Gflue, Aylburton, Lydney, Glonceeter. cI931 'XO~t atTa foRgb. OST, reeterday. a Bic Morocco Leather PUR311, contaIning a 12 Backof Eingland Note Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to) asd fancy dealer. BLLIs G. SLADiEN, Oxford Street, Swansea, bootinalker, GOannE 1lxxrEn, Oxford Street, Swansee, statloner. WILLIeA EsaNsIeIf, jun., Aylburton, Lydney, Glouoestersbire, grocer and till-plate seorker. JOIIN t7VANS, The Norse, near Drybrook, Gloucestershire, grocer and general dealer. .T'niiaMAS SWsIESc, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    el06 INROCERS and Provliion Dels.Wne.Situation as Assiet. ~X ant; iiine years' experience; age 21; uied to sdrive aod ocliclt. -IiMiller, Aylburton, Lydney, Gloucester. rIM8 ROj~CERIS,-Wanted, Situation as Second H6und ;wholesale or G2Xretail. Eight years' experience. Good reforeaoce-Adslreos, 19. 78, Doily Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    olflcens useut to'tgas try 062 encirgne, ari vislrirrur kinds of rearli iery; gaod %writer; quiueh [it -~~ 5icares; akltainler.-Ht Clarke, Aylburton, tydircy, Gilorrr,:ter--. l0 oili'er. c9773 ~- rel gANTIlMl to Place, a Girlt (17) weheroel sinrwould Llauno a Itri-T 11 Subscribers-only content

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