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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Gloucester Sites and remains of religious houses

    century Greyfriars was held by the town clerk, Judge John Powell , and his heirs, the Snell family of Guiting Power , held it for most of the rest of that century, together with various other leasehold and freehold properties

    Slaughter hundred Slaughter hundred in 1845 Slaughter hundr ed (southern part) in 1962 Slaughter hundred (northern part) in 1962

    were: Adlestrop , Aylworth (in Naunton ), Bledington , Bourton-on-the-Water , Broadwell , Caldicot e (or Westfield , in Guiting Power ), part of Condicote , Eyford, Harford (in Naunton ), part of Icomb (the rest being in Worcs.), 6

    Parishes Naunton

    known as Winchcombe Way; 45 Sheepwell Lane running from it to the village divided Naunton fields from those of Guiting Power . 46 Since Harford Bridge is by the site of the ford from which Harford took its name, the

    Parishes Lower Slaughter

    way ( Gent. Mag . 1864, 3rd ser. xvi. 365) and perhaps, like the road branching off it to Guiting Power , as Slaughter way in the 14th century ( Cal. Pat . 1364-7 , 345). Camden , Brit .

    Index A - Z

    Guiting , Temple, 76; man., 20, 51 n , 53, 67, 81, 137; Preceptory of, 20, 23, 42, 51 n , 53, 55, 67, 70, 80-82, 84, 110, 137, 174, 192 Guiting Grange , see Guiting PowerGuiting Power

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index Of Persons And Places, G, 01 January 1704-31 December 1705

    his account of money received in 1688, 439, 535 his regiment, 535. -, -, 3rd baronet, process against, 535. Guiting Power . See Lower Guiting. Guy , Henry, interest on orders assigned to, 338. Gweek , Gwyg, co. Cornwall, 10.

    Index, G, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    (Gayste), Norf., II. g. 529 (3, 6). Guiting , Nether- (Nethergeting), Glouc., I. g. 226 (79 p. 131, 89). Guiting Power (Gwyttyngpower), alias Nether Guiting, Glouc., I. g. 981 (30). Guldeforde . See Guildford. Guldenfingre . See Gundelfinger Gulforde ,

    Index, G

    -, -, keeper of. See Tirell, J.; Vaux, N. -, county, 21, 359. -, vice-bailiff of. See Towneley, H. Guiting Power , Quytyngpoer, Glos, 61. Guiting , Temple, Templeguytyng, Glos, manor, 61. Guldeford , Gildeford, Gilford, Gyldeford, Gylford, Edward (esq.), Subscribers-only content

    Index Of Persons And Places, L, 01 January 1704-31 December 1705

    Lodge Walk, Windsor Forest, salary, 182 destruction of the warren at Swinley Rails by, 348, 383, 526. Lower Guiting [Guiting Power ] , co. Gloucester, 151. Lowestoft , co. Suffolk, exportation of corn at, 479. Lowman Henry, Housekeeper at Kensington,

    Index, Q,R

    Poundstock ] , Cornw., 969. Quinton , Quynton, Northants, 325. Quyinge. See Guyinge. Quysnes. See Gu nes. Quytyngpoer. See Guiting Power. R Racheford. See Rochford. Radbourne , Redburn, Derb., 545. Radclif , Ratclyf, Ratclyff, Edward, esq., 605 (iii). -, John, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cutler thanked the magistrates and other gentlemen who bad interested themselves in the matter. CRUELTY TO ProGs-David James, carrier, Guiting Power, and John Beard, shoemaker, Snowshill, were each ifined £1. and costs, at the Borough Petty Sessions, yester- Iday, for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    disengaged. Good referentcs-W. 15, High Street, Stone, Staffordshire. 09227 G ROCERY.-Wanted, Situatio, as Junior. Good Birmingham Xreferences-. C. Dyer Guiting Power, Cheltenham. c163 H ARDWARE-FACTORS, &c.-Adve:tiser Desires Situation, as H General Clerk; thoroughly experienced, quick at figures, and knows shorthand. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Saturday, Mr. Edwin Willcox, engineer, Birmingham, reported as regarded the supply of water for the villages of Gretton and Guiting Power, and estimated the cost to he :£415. for- Gretton and £615. for Uniting. The wori-s are already in progress Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    great zeal anti energy. Tihe longr continued barbarous practice of bait- ing a badger at Wheatley, Oxfordshire, and at Guiting Power, Gloucestershite, through the interference of the Society, has been suppressed. On the principle, of pre- ventioti being better than Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Paddiagton, by the Rev. ws John Taylor, M.A., brother of the bride, the Rev. H~enry ci Hall, M.A., of Guiting Power, Glouceetershire, to Anne b (Annie) Rowland. eldest daughter of the late John Taylor, of Psuadise H~ou~s, Oxford. w w Subscribers-only content

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