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  • * Victoria County History *

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    List of maps

    116 Turnpike Roads 257 Railways and Canals 281 Braydon Forest 445 Chippenham and Melksham Forests 447 Selwood Forest in Wiltshire 449 Savernake Forest 451 Chute Forest in Wiltshire 453 Clarendon and Melchet Forests 454 Clarendon Park 455 Grovely Forest 457

    Salisbury St Martin's parish

    name Winchester Street may have been applied to this road when the way to Winchester lay through Milford and Clarendon Park ; 9 as this route was abandoned, probably in the later Middle Ages, the name was perhaps transferred to

    Alien houses Priory of Upavon

    1423 the priory of Upavon was granted to the Austin canons of Ivychurch in exchange for certain rights in Clarendon Park , and Ivychurch held it until the Dissolution, when the prior there, as successor of the Abbot of St.

    Parishes added since 1892 Knighton

    1871 . 76 The development of Stoneygate and Clarendon Park was marked by the erection of six chapels of various denominations. Stoneygate Baptist church ( 1914 ) 77 and Clarendon Park Congregational chapel ( 1886 ) 78 are both in

    The City of Leicester Schedule of schools

    Christow St. 1877 Bd. Sch. date I. J. Churchgate , St. Margaret 1807 Charity 1928 C. of E., B. Clarendon Park Rd., St. John 1890 C. of E. date C. of E., I. J. Clyde St. 1867 Wesleyan 1928 Primary.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    been numerously signed in several parts of the division to Captain Bathurst, son of Sir P. Bath- urst, of Clarendon Park, requesting him to allow himself to be placed in nomination.-Coazty of Aberdeen.-The contest for the representa- tion of this Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    t. Barkley, Colonel bacMalton, Colonel Davis, Mr. T. Smyth, [it and Mr. S. Rivaz, secretary. wv Mrs. Starkey, of Clarendon Park, Leicester, having re- in cently given birth to three children, application was made tt, through Aldermas Bennett, of Leicester, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sir John Raemden, &o. Lieutenant-Colonel Frederia Thomas Arthur Hervey-Bathurst is the only son of Sir Frtduric Hutchinson Hervey-Bathurst, of Clarendon Park, by his first wife, Louisa Mary, daughter of the late ir. William Smyth, of Bainbridge House, Hants. He was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hyde Park-cr. At Leicester, on Wednesday, Mr. A. MI'Arthur, lfP., laid tire memorial-stone of a new Congregational chapel at Clarendon Park, in the presence of a lirge and in- ilrential audience. The total cost of the chapel is esti- mated Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and late forcing of fruit, tlowers, acid vegetables; highly recommended by J. Hart, Esq., Mayor of Leicester.-Gowcrs, Howard Road, Clarendon Park, L.eicester. , 90382_ (ARDIENER, &c.-Wantcd, a Man, who thoroughly under. G -stands his work, soil case see after a Subscribers-only content


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