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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Clifton upon Teme

    the 17th century the family moved to Ticknell, Bewdley . 23 There is a camp to the west of Clifton Wood Farm on the northern boundary. The parish is watered by several springs. Its soil is chiefly thin brash, its

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    objeetloistoan' other llneif practical knowiledge is not necessary. Securit t £S52 i rt rd-IL Strong, 2, Ptadl R, Boad. Clifton Wood, BristoL 03931 OVE~yLT'.Brmnhm leio.Aentq Wanmted, to Sell the nrw Drinking-glamess. beuinl enraved witlicorroetlikrnmss cY of MSr. Gladstone, Lord alisbury, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    JOHN BLAND, Car- narvon Street, Cheetbam, Manchester, joiners. JO}N STURZON, Blackburn Street, Bolton, Lancashire, engineer. THOMAS JOYCE, Lion Inn, Clifton Wood, Bristol, beerhouse. keener. SAMiEL POUNDER, llkeston, Derbyshire, publican. MORTIMER MAURICE, Crantock, Cornwall, clerk in holj ordems J. HARRIS, St. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    farnils' or an hotel;havin had xteenyears expeienc toclubs sodl botels, as ciefIn itchn, oonclrractr.-ddrssC. C., 8, Belle Vue Crescent, Clifton Wood, Bristol~~~~c14541 PIOK go paoWatesiaeltly'No family. Character C.-indsesbe.-Apy , dlse IlUro, Iandsworth, Birmingham TZIDDERMINSTEIL Xinray- ne agodCook, maiddle-1 KNA aged. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    haedsixteen years' asperienco Ic oiubs usdls-ote s, c s hief in kitehon.- Good ol~atr-dri u: v. elle Yfe8 Crescont, Clifton Wood, Bristol. - O1 . M-AKhTiD. imnmediately. good OCook who tlioropuslh7>7undtistib '1/ her duties.-Aibion Hotelt New Edmund Street. c2C5 (NOOK Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a-verdict of "Found drowned" was returned. A P1izisT t24 Ixus CurP.-The Rev. Father Swaybory, a Roman Catholic priest, of Clifton Wood, Iristol, was yesterday morning taken before MIr. 0. F. Innoll, eanrged -with being drunk and disorderly. It appeared that Subscribers-only content

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