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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Winstone Introduction

    Street four stone cottages were built in the 19th century to accommodate workers on the Cotswold Park estate in North Cerney ; 36 they were restored and converted in the mid 20th century to make a single house. Thirty-four people

    Winstone Manors and other estates

    1782 comprised 83 a. in the open fields, 76 which had been sold to the Cotswold Park estate in North Cerney by 1796 . 77 The residue of his estate passed to his son, Edward Painter Haviland (d. 1811), who

    Minchinhampton Churches

    1559 81 until 1576 when for various failings he was deprived of Minchinhampton and his other rec tory of North Cerney . 82 His successor Thomas Freeman , also rector of Woodchester , held the living until his death in

    Rodmarton Churches

    various matters, including the assessment of Ship Money and the poor-rate. 97 John Coxe (d. 1731), also rector of North Cerney , 98 was presented in 1722 by his brother Charles. 99 Between 1756 and 1893 the rectory was occupied

    Standish Manors and other estates

    Putloe . 75 Elizabeth Fielder, daughter of George and sister of another George, married William Croome (d. 1802) of North Cerney , and their son James Fielder Croome owned the Putloe estate in 1803 . 76 In 1818 James Fielder

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CORNWALL, Sir Richard (by 1480-1533), of Berrington, Herefs.

    grants of land including in April 1524 the manor of Woodmancote and the advowsons of the neighbouring churches of North Cerney and Rendcomb, Gloucestershire, formerly belonging to the 3rd Duke of Buckingham.[footnote]This grant helps to establish the date of a

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Birmingham, IanKeTs.- May 24. IV. Broom. Lung-alley, Shoreditehi, victeal- Irr.-A:ay 9. W. Vizkor, Lred, mnerchant-bMay 20. - ; tlall, North Cerney, Glauvestershire, dealer and rrapman.-Alay 7. J. B. Vicuholt, Old S iav, Lon- or,,, ferchavt.-Mavl , J, Godrrey, Stoke-Laeey, eretrcfrdshire, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wiltshire, victualler. (Goldoey and Fel- lowvs, Chippenhan. T. S. Shariand, Frome Seiwood, SBRoersetshire, linen draper. [Miller, Prome. T. Kimber, North Cerney, Glouoest~rahire, farmer. [Sewell and Newmarch, Cirencester. C. P. Dewson, Birmitgham, victualler. [Bartlett, Birmioghams. M. Raphael and A. Nathian, Kinogton Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    28, T. Gore, Broadstairs, Kent, baker- February 27, M. Allen, Waltham Holy Cross, Essex, apothecary- February 29, T. Kimber, North Cerney, Gloucestershlre, farmer- February 29, S. Whitley, Liverpool, surgeon-February IS, T. Cornish, Bridport, Dorsetshire, painter-February 27, M. Hadley, Walsall, Staffordshire, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Vine, Peerless row, City road, carpenter-F. B. Cosrtenay, Great Marlborough street, surgeon-J. Bell, Greensfield, North unsberland, ship owner-T. Kimber, North Cerney, Gloucester- shire, miller-J. A. Holmes, New Broad street, City, merchant. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. D. M'Intyre, Clachan, Argyleshire, merchant-W. Forrest, Edinburgh, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Point; 'Sturday, Dcme o y da December H h COTSWO4D (ab 11)-This day, November 27, Bittn Wiod, Wednesday, 2 North Cerney; Saturday, December 2, Ando,"t' P' COTSWOLD, NORTH (at 11).-Tuesday, November 28, Kine'an bre Thorns; Thursday, 30, Gutting Wood ; Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Thomas Taylor, 0/0/1561

    Forename Thomas Title Priest Qualification BA EVENT TYPE Date 0/0/1561 Office/Status Rector Location North Cerney// OTHER INFORMATION Source CCC, MS 97 (Clerical Survey) Ordinary / Jurisdiction (Sede Vacante)/Gloucester 0- 0 Comment R: Sometimes. M: nLP: assumed to bePreaches: y -

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