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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Almshouses Shrewsbury

    quarter was paid them from 1595, 67 probably representing the income from two houses given to the Drapers by George Wood . 68 The rate of quarterly payment remained unchanged until the early 18th century but during the 1640s they

    Gloucester Sites and remains of religious houses

    the workshop of the Bryan family of stonemasons from at least 1755 until 1802 when the business passed to George Wood . 47 In the early 19th century part of the west range was heightened and refronted to form three

    Social history Charities for the poor

    held with that of the others, for all of which separate accounts were kept in 1862 . Later only George Wood 's charity was administered separately, but no bread and coal fund was referred to as such. The fund for

    Parishes Streatley with Sharpenhoe

    James de Cauz's thirteenth-century chapel in Sharpenhoe ), in the seventeenth century, 3 and Rangley's Spinney, Jeremiah's Tree , George Wood , and Sharpenhoe Clappers in the twentieth century. 4 Manors The manor of STREATLEY WITH SHARPENHOE belonged at the

    Ealing and Brentford Manors

    1844 under the will of Edward Wood (d. 1844). 85 From 1838 or earlier the tenant for life was George Wood (d. 1864), who held 501 a. in 1840 , including 167 a. of leasehold. 86 The Woods bought the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Session closed. Fentence of death was passed Oint the foliwigg IS prisoner-:-John Pidgeon, Tliomas P&srks, Robert Parsons, John Corderoy, George Wood, Williatm Na- tinglev, James Reerton, Richard Evans, George ralfour, Jo-eph Mason,. Sarah TItwaites, William Baldock, Robert Throwe, George Williian Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . . Ditto and Cooper. Samrel Baker, Esq. .... D itto and Ironrmonger. William Cass, Esq. Ditto and W'heelwright. George Wood, Esq.' Dittoand AMerchant Taylor. Joha GrafY Esq. Ditto and Draper. Harvey Walklate Mortilner, Esq. Ditto and Psrtor. William Laimbert, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    parses to them I General Marley has been cuperseded by an offier of great fame in this service, Gen. George Wood. t is- supposed the former ia blamed at lead-quarters for having too far advanced hdis oat0 psts: . 1 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sister. ti I shall arc," aud expired A immediately. On toe Igth inst. Mrs. Ann Weed, wife of Mr. George Wood, of Northdller- 'O, tardencr. She lost her wedding rieig from oft' ber hager whelr seeding Or tie garden about Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and so well snGceeded that the- ptace was generally attended.-- On Wednesday, in Bedferd-square, in. his 81st year, Sir George Wood, lint. late one of the Barons of' the Gourt of Exchequer. On Wednesday, at Upton, in his 3Zth year, Subscribers-only content


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