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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stonehouse Economic history Lower Stroudwater Valley c. 1965

    (Glos. Colln. JR 14.3). Glos. R.O., D 1815, deeds of Lower Mill , 1682-1798 . Glouc. Jnl . 23 Feb. 1784 . Glos. R.O., D 1815, deeds of Lower Mill , 1682-1798 . Glouc. Jnl . 13 Jan. 1812 ;

    Standish Economic history

    were corn-mills in 1547 ; the Upper Mill , immediately south of Standish Court, was of stone, and the Lower Mill , 150 yds. downstream near the fishponds, was mud-walled and thatched. 40 Both mills continued in use as corn-mills

    Stonehouse Nonconformity

    demolition. One of the earlier chapels, converted into cottages, survived until 1933. 88 A dissenting group was meeting at Lower Mill in 1807 , 89 another group registered houses at Stonehouse in 1808 and 1811, and another in 1817 .

    Stanwell Mills

    the building was damaged by a bomb in the Second World War. 41 By the late 18th century the Lower Mill was in existence: 42 in fact it probably ex isted much earlier and may have been one of the

    Parishes Bourton-on-the-Water Bourton-on-the-Water in 1962

    been both Lower Mill and the mill held by the abbot in the 12th-century, but in 1824 Lower Mill was called Hughes Mi ll 266 which suggests an identity with another of the 12th-century mills. Lower Mill was not distinguished

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CHANC.CP.1841/3

    Role: plaintiff Details: undefined Participant: Joseph Taylor [Taylor] Role: defendant Details: male Employment: Farmer Location: Almondbury (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Lower Mill(Lower Mill) : undefined Participant: George Taylor [Taylor] Role: promoting parties Details: male; Nephew of James Taylor, deceased Location: Almondbury

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fulhara, lfMr. W. H. Parry, .22 Fitmer poad, Pelbam, i~undain, A Maggie, merch hynaf y diweddar JlMr. Jeain Rchhards, Lower Mill, l~anfibangel, I-Tant y Bran, Sir Frycheiniog. WILLLIMS-JOE ES.--bhagnf 26ain, yu, Bethania, Peannachno, gan Ir, Hughes, y gweinidog,- Mr. William Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the debtor.-In reply to the Official Receiver (Mr. T. Bullock), he ad- mitted that while he was at the Lower Mill, Madeley, he borrowed £200. from his brother-in-law (Mr. MacFariane) on. the 'security of a life policy. He was in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    three imen bho lost their lives, through the falling of a! wal, at the fir which occurred at the Lower Mill Faotry of DieoArs. Bliss, of Ohippg Norton, OD the iprevious Wednesday,-f A -verdict oPf " Accidental death" was 1e- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -T his ay, Feb, 24, at Ridlington. TaE LfANQmnBy kND Ca}snEsow HomsDs, at haif-past Tell.- This day, Feb. 24,,at Lower Mill, Woisatow. TiAl HigH Phx HAvainns. at we.-Satl cdSV, Feb. 24. at Newhaven: Tuesday. Feb. 27, at Haddon Gorse; Thumday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    portion of the diocese, and giving a public welcome to the Bishop of Wakcield. A shocking accident occurred at Lower Mill Works, Pontypool, oa Tuesday evening. While the men were at work a flywheel suddenly burst. Sixc men were struck Subscribers-only content

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