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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Westonbirt with Lasborough Education

    to be without means of education. 98 In the later 19th century the children attended schools in Westonbirt or Newington Bagpath 99 and in 1974 they went to Tetbury . 100 18 th Rep. Com . Char . 349-50. Glos.

    Westonbirt with Lasborough Manors and other estates

    up. 24 Lasborough park, including the old manor-house called Lasborough Farm and the house called Lasborough Park built in Newington Bagpath for Edmund Estcourt in the 1790s , 25 was purchased by Hon. Galbraith Cole and was sold in 1929

    Westonbirt with Lasborough Economic history

    lord of the manor or his tenant had common rights in a sheep-walk shared with the neighbouring parishes of Newington Bagpath , Hawkesbury , and Kingscote . 72 The existence of a large sheep-run near Bowldown Farm is suggested by

    Westonbirt with Lasborough Introduction

    1936 17 on the site of the former village. In the north-western valley Lasborough park, which includes land in Newington Bagpath and Boxwell with Leighterton , was created for deer and coneys by Sir Thomas Estcourt before 1612. 18 In

    List of illustrations Local government

    successor Thomas Iles 35 (d. 1649) 36 was described as a preaching minister in 1650 when a union with Newington Bagpath was recommended so that Lasborough might be served regularly. 37 The failure to supplement the meagre income led to

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, N,O

    Newhall [(?) in Thurlaston ] , Leics, 904 (v). Newham. See Newenham. Newington , Newenton by Sithingborn, Kent, 953. Newington Bagpath , Newenton and Bagpath, Glos., 260. Newington [Stoke ] , Middx., 485. Newland , Newlond [in Good Easter, Essex Subscribers-only content

    Index, C, 01 January 1540-30 August 1540

    Index C C Cabell , John, 689. Cabull , Thos., p. 544. Cadbury , Devon, g. 831 (71). Cadcote . See Catcot. Cadland , Hants, g. 942 (14). Cadysewalhed , Lanc. (near Hollinfare?), g. 611 (31). Caelius (Celius) ,

    Index, B, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    Bagnald (Bagnolde, Bagenholde), Nic., I. 245 : g. 346 (12). Bagott , Steph., I. g. 346 (65). Bagpath or Newington Bagpath , Glouc., II. g. 107 (8). Bagshot park , Surr., I. g. 474 (39). Bagthwayte , John, I. g.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of 11,000,000 sterling, brought safely to its destined port. - At Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucestershire, the Rev. John Taylor, Rector of Newington Bagpath, and of Owlpen.- At Knaith Hall, near Gainsboro', aged 87, the Rev. T. Smith, Rector of Willingham, Vicar of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ,! l 0 LMiiA anu bnu,A, via £.gypt. - Tk*V * vionthlv Mai! steam conveyance) for Passengers and . 0 ' (>\ion, Madras, Calcutta. Pcnang, Singapore, and _-r|,i Prninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation ". „ I. ciiiers and recehe Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to announce two daring acts of incendiarism per- petrated on Friday night week, in the parishes of Kingscote and Newington Bagpath, in this county, on the property of a highly esteemed gentleman, Col. Kingscote. Soon after twelve o'clock at night, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    been made on a large scale in Wottoo-Underedge, Tetbury, Did mar ton , Oldbury, Nympsfield, Uley, Borsley, Alderley, Kingscote, Newington Bagpath, Kingswood, and other neighbouring parishes, under the fostering care and liberal patronage of his Grace the Duke of Beaufort, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    near Kingscote, the lady of the Rev. Alan Gardner ( 'nruwall, Rector of Beverstone and of Newington Bagpath, Gli ucestershire, of a daughter. Sept. 17, al Siernfield Rectory, the lady of the Rev. James D. Aloney, ot a daughter. Sept. Subscribers-only content

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