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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Kibworth

    previous one. By 1861 the Reformed Methodists also had a chapel in Kibworth, 91 which was known as the Little Chapel and stood behind the buildings on the west side of Station Road. They numbered only a dozen about 1865,

    Parishes Beckford

    probably stood immediately south-east of Didcot Farm, where in 1840 there was a small rectangular inclosure between Great and Little Chapel Hay. 59 The parish was crossed at its widest point by the road from Teddington Hands to Evesham ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wolverhadipton, pug ican and locksmrith. BE:NJA3srr Wytet, 36, Portland Place, Steelhouse Lane, lWo verliampton, late of the Jolly Collier, Little Chapel Stre- Monmore Green, Wolverhampton, labourer, late grocer and pjs vision dealer, and beerhouse keeper. JAMEs CmespIS GRGoo, of Homend Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    5 Stable, an otlirer Applrrtenasries thereto brloriging. o Also the tulowisig Closes or Parceis of Ground,sviz. Lot 11. The Little Chapel Field, containg, I i 5 tl Lot Ill. The Ing, *' 3 '21 id I sir V. 'lhe North Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    11 Also tue following Closes or Parcels of Ground, viz. Ci - .A. it. 1'. P Lot 11. The Little Chapel Field, containing, I 1 -5 Lit III. The Ig,, ................. . . 'i. t A Lno IV. 'IThe North Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ....2I2 7Fern Hill ..... 3 1 0) 01 Ltle Fl . 0 2 Il Carr log....... 60 16 22 Little Chapel Field 1 1. 35 9 Croft ......... 5 0 623 Feet Pall....... 2 33 3' Iii Marwood Hill . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fccehrolri, rnccitiit l-y Wuii, - TIrlhn])ill .... 14 142 Toltal ............. ,2 2 6 B IN BARESTON, Lrn I. Little Chapel Close, frcithold, occunr)ied by Win;. Thirlihill ................................................. 1 0 o1 r Itt f. Fa'rint-ri'irrr B, Eat-t, Stallc, Co'house, Yarir, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Entry Book, February 1687, 1-10, 01 February 1687-10 February 1687

    or to be done by Mr. Verrio at Whitehall, viz. [in ] the Chapel, Queen's Bedchamber and Closet and Little Chapel. (Same, dated same, to said Roberts and Lloyd respectively to effect as above. You are to take the receipts

    Index, U, Z

    1597, 1955; marble work in, 699, 760, 866, 900; painting in, 1507; King's Chapel closet and private oratory, 695; Little Chapel, 1173; Side Chapel, carving work for, 1252, 1257; step of the chapel, 1252; chapel in the Privy Garden, 1786,

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