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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Medieval Gloucester Trade and Industry 1066-1327

    as 15 times a year, were owed by the tenants of manors as far distant as Clifford Chambers and Eastleach Martin , and some carrying services continued to be required even when local markets could be used mor e conveniently

    Parishes Turkdean

    265 In 1633 the dean and chapter of Christ Church leased the manor and rectory to William Blomer of Eastleach Martin for a term of three lives. 266 Later leases were similar and were renewed after one of the named

    Index A - K

    Street, 15, 65, 163, 223, 233, 236, 259-60, 365 Eastgate shopping precinct, 191, 239, 260 Eastington , 393, 398 Eastleach Martin , 24 Eaton , Ric., curate of Barnwood , 418 Ebley , see Stonehouse Ebridge Street , see Westgate


    the Cricklade Division under Hoare's mastership comprised that part of the V.W.H. country south-east of a line running from Eastleach Martin (Glos.) to Brinkworth , and thus included in it was the northern tip of Wiltshire to about four miles

    Index A - Z

    Robert E. Eames , Eliz., 140 Earl , Wal., 97 Eastington , see Northleach Eastington (nr. Stonehouse ), 19 Eastleach Martin , 225 Eastleach Turville , 28-9 Eaton , Wm. of, 72, 78 Eaton Hastings ( Berks .), 72 Ebeid

  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles II, March 1684, 01 March 1684-31 March 1684

    by his petition that he and his ancestors have long been tenants to your church for the manor of Eastleach Martin, Gloucestershire, by demise for lives, and being desirous to renew the same for three lives has prayed a dispensation Subscribers-only content

    General Index, C, D, E, F, G, 01 October 1683-14 April 1684

    arrival of ships from Court of Admiralty in, Judge of. See St. John, John. East Jersey , business of Eastleach Martin , Gloucs., manor of, royal letter concerning East Lothian , Excise Commissioners of, petition recommended to East Mills , Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Officers may direct. DISTRICT No. 1. Bread District, No. 1-Bibury, Ablington, Arlington, and Coln St. Aldwyns. No. 2. -Southrop, Eastleach Martin, and Eastleach Turville. No. 3.-Aldsworth,Sher- borne, Windrush, and Little Barrington. No. 4.-North- leach, Eastington, and Farmington. DISTRICT No. 2. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Welford, Maisey Hampton, Poulton, and Quenington, from the Cirencester Union ; and the Parishes of Bibury, Coln St. Aldwyn, Eastleach Martin, Eastleach Turville, and Sonthrop, from the Northlach Union. Transfer the Parish of Marston Maisey, from the County of Wilts Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    urche situate within the ancient Diocese of Gl:ucestor :-flrookthrope, lOtI; Cola Rogers, 801; Down Am pney, 501; Dursely, 401: Eastleach Martin, 2.1: Fairfordl 600l ; Gloucator (All Saints), Newh Mission Church, 3001; Glounester (St. Cathe- rine's), 301; Puckleohuro, 1251; Sandhtmref, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rev. Rowland Helme Cooper, A.Mf., has been instituted by the Bishop of Gloucester and Bristol to the rectory of Eastleach Martin, in the county of Gloucester, vacant by the death of the Rev. Hugh Pollard Willoughby; patron, the Lord Chancellor. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    or long- wool breed. She was bred and fed by Mr. John Baxter, of Tyefierld, in the parish of Eastleach Martin, Gloucester- shire?, and is considered, by competent judges, to be the finest specimen of a sheep in tbe kingdom. Subscribers-only content

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