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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Misterton

    which runs south as Station Road to Misterton cross roads, where it turns E. and then SE., continuing as Middle Street through the village and subsequently to South Perrott . It was along this road that the village developed, extending

    Old and New Shoreham Protestant nonconformity

    in East Street in 1850 . 29 Part of a house in Middle Street , registered in 1826 , may have been the origin of the Middle Street Hall , registered from 1875 until 1896. 30 The Brethren were meeting


    of the built-up area. It is a nucleated village consisting largely of three parallel streets, known as Main Street, Middle Street , and Swingbridge Street, which run down the hill from south-west to north-east. The highest part of the village,

    Eastington Economic history

    was about the same in 1906 5 and in 1939 when there were 6 at Alkerton , 3 near Middle Street and Cress Green , and 2 each at Nupend , Nastend , and Westend . 6 In 1968 the

    Stroud Growth of the town and outlying settlements Stroud 1971

    early-18th-century houses survived in that area, most of them in Lower Street , Middle Street , and in Whitehall at the east end of Middle Street ; they are of 2 storeys with a central attic gable and usually have

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Griffith Davies), Mr. Griffith, O Blackwood, BbIarw,3offa. MRS. EVAN ROBERTS, SHOP, CARNEDDI. Boren Linn, Hydref Sled, yn 14, Middle Street, Bethesda, yn 79 mlwydd oed, be farw Mrs. Roberts, gynt o'r Shop, Carneddi, yr bon oedd yn ferch i'r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Co., T, Cavendish Square, London, W. SECRETARY-FREDERIC HILL, Esq. Offices and West-End Establishment-326, Regent Street, London. Brighton Offices-8, Middle Street. HE Primary object of this Association is to SELL to its shareholders every description of LADIES' and T GENTLEMEN'S Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ad WILLzIAM CHRISToPHIER REILLY, Newport, Monmouthshiro, Ile metal merchant. ass JorN BELL, Railway Street, formerly Hfawes Street, and ad Middle Street, Newcsstle-on-TIne, cartman. ct. ROBERT WATTS, Chipping iNorto, Oxfordshire, butcher. of EnDWIS GLEDHILC, Lockwood, lHudderasfeld, and Swan Lane,. leLockwoodh butcher. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jarys lPRN'RlS.-Wanleh byer. oeetable young ,Mau, a Situation t sNews Compositor, Geod reirce s.-Adutresa, G(. Belult, - Yl.,- 29, Middle Street. Yeovil, Snimelet. c447 J 3738 - ITUATION Wanted, by thoru cox tlt Eniiner; - i Pro-j. 0 iie Oc Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    '002N~lldlt.-MtirltonWanedIos Genrersi Comupeitor. Testi- uroial.-~ H, Crtr Sree, jttsetr.c6201 es aRNTEUtS.-Good, Jobbing Hand Wants Situation. Steely; referpnces,--D. V., 7. Middle Street, North Driflilld. e6202' S,.ILVERSM2IfI'S and Jewedllr.s-Msanuieing Foremss isiI Open to o 0 20 lniageipest; thoroughly laoactioal aRid competent in Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Lodge of Verity

    Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 681 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Victoria Tavern, Middle Street, Ripon, Yorkshire 1839 Mr. Stevenson's, Middle Street, Ripon, Yorkshire 1846

  • * British History Online *

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    Warrants etc, August 1698, 1-10, 02 August 1698-10 August 1698

    widow Walles 0 6 0 " tenement in Newgate there late Robert Young 0 0 10 " tenement in Middle Street there late Jno. Benwick 0 0 10 " tenement there late William Fresill's 0 0 8 " tenement in

    Index of persons and Places, N, O

    etc. of, 279, 353. merchants of, 353. places in: Delgate [? Hellgate ] , Gallstrip and Jackman House, 415; Middle Street, 422; Newgate, 416, 422; late Nunnery, 419; Pigmarket and Pilgrim Street, 422; St. Nicholas', 423; St. Thomas', 423; Widdon

    Appendix I, March 1661, 01 March 1661-31 March 1661

    the tenure of John Anthony at a rent of 2 d. per an . and of a garden in Middle Street in Aish, late in the tenure of Ursula wife of Edmund Boys at a rent of 2 d. per


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