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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Edgeworth Manor and other estates

    of the estate was granted to the eldest daughter of Thomas Ridler , Elizabeth, wife of William Prinn of Charlton Kings . Elizabeth died in 1771 and her husband in 1784 73 when the estate passed to their son-in-law Dodington

    Parishes Little Comberton

    of Mr. Bagnall , and it now belongs to the latter's son Mr. William Henry Bagnall of Bafford House, Charlton Kings , Cheltenham . 49 Old Cottage , Little Comberton Morgan. Argent a bend cotised sable charged with a fleur

    Woodchester Economic history

    the will of Thomas (d. 1728). Sarah devised the mill to her niece Elizabeth, wife of William Lovesey of Charlton Kings , who sold it, then being worked as a cloth-mill by Thomas Cooper , to John Knowles in 1806

    Parishes Whittington

    along the top of the Cotswold scarp east of Cheltenham . 29 Of the ways up the scarp in Charlton Kings 30 one skirted the top of Ham hill by way of Colgate and in the west of Whittington its

    Parishes Sevenhampton

    escarpment to Hampen , in the southeast. On the west the parish boundary on the scarp above Prestbury and Charlton Kings was in 1732 a way to Winchcombe 2 and on the east, where Sevenhampton had a peninsulated part extending

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Monday morning last, about half-past three o'clock, some villains entered the dwelling-house of the Countess o f Portsmouth, at Charlton Kings, near Chelteuham, and purloined property to the amount of several thousand pounds. They were evidently well acquainted with the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Monmouth. W. Moffatt, Fort place, Bermondsey, victualler. [Downes, Furnival's irisi. J. Swaine, Bristol, innholder. [Jonos, Crosby square. E Lawrrence, Charlton Kings, hallier. [Vizard, Lincoln's inn fields. W. Mathews, Crooked lane, tin-plate merchant. -Hindman, Basingbaalst. J. Cork, New Bond street, silk Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    son. At Stanley Grove, the Lady of CoL Grant, M.P., of a son. At Springfield, Charlton Kings, ol the 25th instL, the Lady of Brigadier-General Leigh. ton, C.8,; of a daughter. MARRIED. On the f2d inst., at St. George's Church, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    were damaged bundles preserved in cases. SuwsIDs.-The Rev. W. Goddard, M.A. Fellow of Jesus College Oxford, and Rector of Charlton Kings, committed suicide on T'uesday morning, at an Hotel in Gloucester. He went to a gunsmith's shop in the town Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    M1r. H. Maniers Sulttoln, of a son. Yil 'irsa-es.-Oa theI lol silt., C. F. C. Celmore, Esq., of Moorltid, Charlton Kings. to Mary, only daughter of the R~ev. E. P. Owen, of Bettwa Hall, Hontgom- eryshire. Desul;s.-On lsthe nd ult., Subscribers-only content

  • * London Lives 1690 - 1800 - Crime, Poverty and Social Policy in the Metropolis *

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    Middlesex Sessions: Sessions Papers - Justices' Working Documents, 01/1784

    St Margarets Jas Barwick Welch Mary & Child Dover Kent Clerkenwell St Andrews D Walker Esqr 22 Wood John Charlton Kings Glos House Colnbrook Evan Pugh Esqr Whitsfield Josh Silver Street London Enfield St Botolph Rd Thompson Esqr Wixtead Susanna

 

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