skip to the main content area of this page

Search results

You searched for: Place: "Grange Court"

Found 346 matches across 5 resources.

  • * Victoria County History *

    9 results from this resource, ordered by relevance. View more View all

    Chigwell Schools

    25 an assembly hall was built to mark the tercentenary of the school ( 1929 ) and in 1948 Grange Court was acquired as a junior school. In 1953 there were 350 boys, under the headmaster, 17 assistant masters, and

    Westbury-on-Severn Introduction

    Grange Court and at least part of the estate had been acquired by the Colchester-Wemyss family; it was sold in 1918 to Mr. Arthur Hoddell , whose widow owned the house and 263 a. in 1968 . 89 Grange Court

    Chigwell Introduction Chigwell Urban District

    were probably more than a dozen, including the Grange , Church House , and Ringleys on the site of Grange Court . Farther south in High Road there were houses at Broomhill and West Hatch , Brookhouse Farm and the

    Westbury-on-Severn Introduction Westbury-on-Severn and Churcham area c. 1965

    there in 1608 1 and 12 families c . 1710. 2 The oldest house in the tithing is apparently Grange Court , once the centre of a large manor. 3 Northwood Green , a straggling settlement mainly of 18th- and

    Gloucester , 1835-1985 Economic development 1914-85

    and the West Country . 74 The fruit and vegetable market, which lost some of its trade to the Grange Court market started in Westbury-on-Severn in 1920 , 75 sold over 6,000 tons of produce a year, as well as

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

    274 results from this resource, ordered by date. View more View all

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The train leaves Milford at 8.15, arrives at Chepstow at 1.46, and does not stop again until it reaches Grange Court June tion, where the Southll Walcs and Hereford and Gloucester lincs merge, and which Station it elaches at 2.15. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wit positively stated that General Lee's army only musters at preient 60, 000-effective men, with his head- .quarters at Grange Court house, k General Longstreet's corps still occupies Fredericks. burg, and Stewart's cavalry guards the various fords of the Rappahannock. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    narrow gauge, and to lay the narrow gauge on the main line from the junction of the foxmer at Grange Court to Gloucester, and irom the junction of the latter at LMantriasant to Cardiff, end to Newport, at as early Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of narrow gauge trains only. It is also proposed to convert the present broad gauge line between Hereford and Grange Court into narrow gauge, and to lay a third rail within the broad gauge rails between the latter point and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    third rails between Oxford and Wolverhanptan, and between Basingstoke and Reading; and to convert the present broad gauge between Grange Court and Hereford into narrow gauge. Further, it was proposed to lay a third rail within the broad gauge between Subscribers-only content

Workspace options

Save this search to your workspace

Save checked results (you can make connections from your workspace)

Save and connect checked results to an existing connection

Don't have an account?

Register now to set up your own personal workspace

Bookmarking options

Download options

Click the checkbox next to each item


As a not-for-profit service, we welcome donations from our users.