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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Great and Little Barrington

    Little Barrington . The area of Great Barrington parish was 2,990 a., excluding a field of 7 a. that formed a detached part of Great Barrington within Little Barrington and was transferred to Little Barrington in 1882 . Little Barrington

    Parishes Windrush

    chapel, standing behind the cottages on the road to Little Barrington , was built by 1882 . 215 In 1961 the chapel, in the Witney circuit, served Windrush and Little Barrington ; services were held on Sunday evenings. 216 School.

    Gloucester , 1720-1835 Social and cultural life

    Giles Greenaway , who kept the King's Head from 1758 until 1776 or 1777, 26 bought the manor of Little Barrington in 1779 27 and later acted as agent to the duke of Norfolk ; 28 in 1789 he became

    Christ Church

    memorandum records that on 28 June John Higdon rode with them into Gloucestershire and bargained with John Warde at Little Barrington for 100 tons of stone to be delivered ready stapled before Michaelmas, at 20 d . the ton. On

    Parishes Turkdean

    the Ten Commandments and expound the Apostles' Creed in 1551 . 435 His successor Richard Edmunds , vicar of Little Barrington , resided in Turkdean and served both cures; in 1563 he was presented for not performing services at Turkdean

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1andaworth, Bridge Tzust School, Handsworth; Rhys, P. T., Peu- deryr,, Trecynon Seminary, Aberdare; 'Rice, E., Little Barrington, Burford Grammar S9hool; *Rice, R., Little Barrington, Southam Villa, Cheltenham; *Robesrta, . I, Tsceiflog, 37, Monument Laue, Edgbaston; Roberts, e., G., SwarEea, Arnold Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HEWITT. HODGES-Norember lI;, at Cowley, St. John. Oxford, Annie, eldest daughter of the late Rev: PRichard Hodges, Vica of Little Barrington, Oson. JOENSTON-November 21, at George Hotel, Ratli- irland, Thomas, second son of Robert Johnston. Funeral on 3Ionday 24th inse.. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The teachers were afterwards entertained at the Vicarage, and there were also present the Rev. R. Rice (Vicar of Little Barrington), Rev. W. R, Sharpe (Vicar of West- well), Rev. J. R. Pendlebery (Burford), together with Messrs. H. G. Wood Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Harris, 0 (not nut); byes, &c., 2; total, 73. PETTY SESScONS, A1ouGS 7.-Before C. Samuda, Esq.- William Hick, of Little Barrington, mason, was ordered to pay 10s. 6d. costs for being drunk at Burford.-Mary b Price, wife of William Price, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Id and Coln St. Aldwyns. No. 2. -Southrop, Eastleach r, Martin,and Eastleach Turville. No. 3.-Aldswortb,Sher- he borne, Windrush, and Little Barrington. No. 4.-North- leach, Eastinglon, Hind Farmington. On DISTRICT No. 2. Bread District, No.5.-Chedwortlh,Winson,Coln Rogers, ire Coln St. Dennis, Yanworth, Subscribers-only content

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