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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Newton Blossomville

    originally for a Sunday school in 1822 for fifty children. About half a mile south-east of the church is Newton Park , now a farm. It was formerly the seat of the lords of the manor and extended into Turvey

    Somerset Record Office accumulations

    Gurney GC Capt. Graham-Clarke (Hestercombe MSS.) GJ Goldingham and Jotcham of Wottonunder- Edge (solicitors) GL Gore Langton family of Newton Park HB Hodges of Weston super Mare (solicitors) HC Hancock family of Wiveliscombe HI Hippisley family of Ston Easton HK

    Parishes Boldre

    of Mr. William Ingham Whitaker , the lord of the manor, good views of the Solent may be obtained. Newton Park is the seat of Mr. Jules Duplessis . Sway, consisting of 2,208 acres, was formed in 1839 from the

    Swindon Education and charities

    temporary accommodation to relieve overcrowding in other schools. In 1964 they housed a day training centre run by the Newton Park Training College, Bath, for mature students intending to become teachers. Jennings Street School . This school to serve the

    Burton-upon-Trent General history

    in Stapenhill , was built in the 1860s for Sydney Evershed . 16 William Worthington died in 1871 at Newton Park , in Newton Solney (Derb.), later the home of Robert Ratcliff (d. 1912). 17 Michael Arthur Bass , Lord

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Nodwyd y Parchn. J. Lewis, Caer- fyrddin; Thomas Phillips, Silob, Llanymddyfri; Mri. John Griffiths, Neuadd, Llanymddyfri, a Thomas Harries, Newton Park, Conwil, i gynrychioli y sir yn Nghym- anfs Awst. 15. Pasiwyd y peederfyniad canlynol o gyf- arfod y blaenoriaid, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Edw. Rowland Evans, Gwynyndy, a Miss Mary Ann Davies, New Shop,-y ddau o blwyf Llangadfan. LEWIS-ROBERTS.- Medi laf, yn Newton Park Union Church, Leeds, gan y Parch. Arthur K. Stowell, Alfred E. Lewis, Derby, mab ieuangaf y diweddar Barch. John Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    3d inst. at Penzance, in his 42d year, William Core Langton, Esq. eldest son ef Colonel Gore Langton, of Newton Park, Somersetshire. At Beckenham, Richard Lea, Esq. late of the Old Jewry, and many Years Alderman of the Ward of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Grenadier Regt. of Foot Guards, of Sutton Park, Bedfordshire, to Mary Harriet, daughter of Col. Gore Lai~gton, M.P. of Newton Park, Somerset.. The act of the legislature authorising the divorce of Mrs. Louisa Turton from her husband, Thoms Edmund Turton, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the welcome which had greeted the visitors at the entrance. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. WV. Worthington, Newton Park, Burton-on-Trent; Mr. IL S. Belcher, Captain Cox, Mr. 0. Lowe, Burton; Mr. J. Finlay, The Abbey, Barton; Mr. R. Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, D, E, 01 January 1696-31 December 1696

    in lands in letters dated at Militia of Papists in Papist-tailors in Ph nix Park in, chief ranger of Newton Park in pretended Parliament held in Recorder of St. Andrew's Church in St. Patrick's Street in St. Stephen's Green in Subscribers-only content

    Volume G 252, July 1650, 01 July 1650-31 July 1650

    and perform such conditions, in not committing waste, & c., as the said committee should agree with him for Newton Park, for the last year he held it, nor was there any entry of such promise. Received two letters from Subscribers-only content

    Volume G 251, June 1650, 01 June 1650-30 June 1650

    promised that Arthur Radburn [or Rodburn ] , his kinsman, would pay such rent as the committee agreed for Newton Park, formerly belonging to the late Sir Christopher Nevill, a delinquent, and also perform the conditions; whereupon the committee, as Subscribers-only content

    Volume G 251, May 1650, 01 May 1650-31 May 1650

    Committee for Compounding to Mat. Cliffe, co. Somerset. You engaged for payment by Art. Rodburne of the rent of Newton Park, let to him by the late county committee; he is in arrears 140 l ., and has committed 100 Subscribers-only content

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