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  • * Victoria County History *

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    English Bicknor

    English BicknorENGLISH BICKNOR The Rural parish of English Bicknor lies 8 km. ENE. of Monmouth on the boundary with Herefordshire and Monmouthshire. 2 It is bounded on the north by the river Wye and like Welsh Bicknor , the

    St. Briavels Hundred ST. BRIAVELS HUNDRED 1840

    since 1066 and apparently depopulated, and St. Briavels (then named Lydney ); 2 Westbury hundred, in Gloucestershire , included English Bicknor and a manor called Dean; 3 and Bromsash hundred, in Herefordshire , named from a tree at a road

    Gloucestershire Record Office accumulations

    Deposited Collections D 23 Probyn family of Newland D 33 Machen family of English Bicknor D 34 Bell and Hall charities of Newland D 36 Colchester-Wemyss family of Westbury-on-Severn D 177 Haines & Sumner of Gloucester (solicitors), including Marling of

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

    John Burdon , £30 from the English Bicknor tithe rent charge. 77 The Crown and the patrons of English Bicknor had alternate rights of presentation. The bishop, to whom the right for English Bicknor was transferred in 1884 , 78

    Forest of Dean Introduction FOREST OF DEAN : BOUNDS 1840

    Mitcheldean called Blackwell meadows, and the whole of Lydbrook village, which was divided between the extraparochial Forest, Newland , English Bicknor , and Ruardean . Some parts of the extraparochial Forest which lay detached from the main block are treated

  • * British History Online *

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    Treasury Books and Papers, May 1744, 01 May 1744-31 May 1744

    Ingham, co. Hereford; John Nelme, of Abenhall; Peregrin Martin, of same; John Jame s, of same; William Evans, of English Bicknor, co. Gloucester, and John Ellis, of St. George's, Hanover Square. 22 pages or sheets. [ Treasury Board Papers CCCXIV.

    Index, E, 01 January 1741-31 December 1745

    296. Engineer and Surveyor General , Ireland. See Dobbs, A.; Neville, A. J. England , 122, 125, 129, 145. English Bicknor (Gloucester) , 338, 484. -, Channel, 595. -, Copper Company. See Copper. -, ships. See Ships, Embargo. Enlisting Englishmen

    Hornsey

    Edward Yardley, archdeacon of Cardigan, preacher at the chapel from 1731 till his death 1769; James Meredith, rector of English Bicknor, Gloucestershire, 1777; and Thomas Bromwich, Esq. 1787. Master of the school, reader and preacher . The master of Highgate

    Report on the Charities of the Haberdashers' Company, Part II

    Archdeacon Crawley, Bryngwin. Rev. J. L. Dighton, The Garth, near Monmouth. Rev. E. F. Arney, Monmouth. Rev. J. Burdon, English Bicknor, Gloucestershire. Rev. Edwd. Machen, Staunton, near Coleford. J. E. W. Rolls, Esq., The Hendre. J. F. Brickdale, Esq., Newland.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Sunday beftre, near Miss Maclien's house. - A cottager proved that the s1seCI called at his hosise, in English Bicknor, Oi the Siunday of the burglary, and on the Sunday before -- A carpesiter said that lie saw the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wine and spirit dealer, GEORGE DAWSON, Guisborouch. Yorksbire, contractor, RIDDLE JAMES RAPEII, 3liddlehaam, Yorkshire, bntcher. GS33GE HcsrLEx, the Rectory, English Bicknor, neaz Coleford, Gloucestershire, clerk in holy orders. En-ANtI JONSES, Souath Penrahl, Carnarvon, shoe. maker. RobERT ErTnxx, Brighton Street, Eeacombe, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    door is itself a sermon to the parishioners. I recall with pleasure the recollec. tion of a visit to English Bicknor more than forty years ago, when good Bishop Field was the iourm. bent. It was his custom to unlock Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    relating to designs in manufactures.-Adjourned. A MAN RILLED BY HIs OWN BULL.-On Monday last, Ir. Gething, aged 67, of English Bicknor, went into a urnip field, for the purpose of driving a bull back into tle asture from which it Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Court was crowded during the examination, and the result is looked for with much anxiety. FATAL ACCIDENT WHILE SHOOTING.-At English Bicknor, Gloucester, on Tuesday, as Lieut. Col. Charles Davies, of Bick- a r Court, an officer in the East India Subscribers-only content

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