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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Botteslow

    Brickworks Ltd. which has three other works in the county. 41 Church Open-air services were held at Berry Hill Farm from June 1877 , 42 and in the following year William Bowers , who was working the Berry Hill

    Coleford COLEFORD AREA 1880

    Berry Hill road and the road between Five Acres and Highmeadow 51 (later the main Gloucester-Monmouth road), and in 1851 there were 17 houses at Berry Hill belonging to Coleford tithing. 52 At the crossroads, sometimes called Lower Berry Hill

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    P 227/ MI 3) 36. St. Paul's church, Parkend . Postcard, c . 1930 ( Dean Heritage Museum) 37. Berry Hill chapel-schoolroom in 1814 . Engraving published in Gent. Mag . lxxxiv (1) 38. Pillowell school . Postcard, c .

    Forest of Dean Social life

    the mid 1870s . 96 Of the beerhouses and inns opened in the Berry Hill area in the mid 19th century the King's Head at Berry Hill , the Rising Sun at Five Acres , and the Dog and Muffler

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

    at Lydbrook in 1830 . 20 The Forest's first consecrated churches or chapels, Christ Church ( 1816 ) at Berry Hill , Holy Trinity ( 1817 ) near Drybrook , and St. Paul ( 1822 ) at Parkend , were

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Countess de Mlorelia, of a son-On the 6th i kset, Viscounteas Brackley, of ason-On the 5tt: inst, at Berry Hill, Notts, Lady Walkes-, of a daughter. flarrissges.....on the Sits of December, at St Andrew's Church, Singapore, by the Bo'. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ty KlBsrry Hill.' On"'the 5th of May %the b'oy amid bin sister pat were playing emn the turnpiko~road at Berry Hill, when the T- defendant's; servant; George 'Bullockr, pamne along in his sad rosateis~'strap. ~The plaifitiff waa krqoked down and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on several renent occasions publicly need malicious and silanderous language wvith reference to th ehbrsaoterof Air. WILLIAM DEAlUS, of 'Berry Hill, Liebfeld, Farmer owho has . ge often befriended me as a neighbour), and hassing beoes threstened on his behalf Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    less settled. AS: as HANLEY. ., SiiociciNG AUUIDENT.-On' Saturday morning Jobn Q Chadwicir, a youth of 16, employed at Berry Hill iron- ) ; works, met with his death in a frightful manner. He'hadl 5s. finished his night's turn, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and T j~.icon, also Sections tand hoop~s ; insist bet a oteadly, good woruk-( inan. - Appsly I tobMamtacr_ Berry Hill Ironworks, Stshon-ou Trent. cid4f ( ALDDIEitS.- Wanted. sa Generaul bland; oue sisdt to Cellar and Country soorkl-Appsly, J. Harding, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Draft report on Boone's Charity

    chapel to trustees, proceed also, for the maintenance thereof, to convey unto the same trustees and their heirs the Berry Hill estate at Lee, in Kent, in the occupation of Henry Griffiths, at a rent of 15 l . a

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