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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stonehouse Manors and other estates

    in 1671 or 1672, 20 when the manor passed to his daughter Mary and her husband, Thomas Smith of North Nibley . 21 Thomas Smith died in 1684 22 and his son, also Thomas, held the manor in 1686 .

    Early Modern Gloucester (to 1640) Population and economic development to 1640

    - physicians, apothecaries, and surgeons, as well as a larger number of traditional healers and quacks. John Smyth of North Nibley , steward of the Berkeleys, regularly consulted Gloucester men about his health. 100 Most medical men are shadowy figures,

    Rodmarton Manors and other estates

    his term. 59 In 1652 the estate was held in trust for Sir Edward 's son-in-law, John Smith of North Nibley , 60 but by 1662 it had been acquired by Sir William Ducie , Bt., 61 later Viscount Downe

    Parishes Hullavington

    held the lands formerly Thomas Middlehope 's, 212 and in 1448 John, son and heir of Thomas Skey of North Nibley (Glos.), settled a moiety of Surrendell manor on himself and his wife Joan. 213 From the later 15th century

    Religious Houses Houses of Augustinian canonesses

    earl. 26 In Gloucestershire Margaret, daughter of Robert son of Harding, gave the land of Baldwin de Nibley in North Nibley c . 1200 to provide an annual pittance for the nuns at Whitsun, and a few years later Maurice

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    STUMPE, William (by 1498-1552), of Malmesbury, Wilts.

    a weaver and at one time parish clerk of North Nibley in east Gloucestershire, where Stumpe’s brother Thomas still described himself as a ‘husbandman’ in his will of 1551. North Nibley is not far from Berkeley castle, and Stumpe’s marriage

    FORD, Edmund (d.1440), of Swainswick, Som.

    It was probably through marriage that he secured an interest in land at Stone and Ham (Somerset) and in North Nibley and other places in Gloucestershire. In 1403 Ford brought a suit against Richard Godefelowe, clerk, one of his father’s

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    an infant in'her arms; was tried for setting fire to a rick of hay, the pr'operty of JesseOrgan, at North Nibley; on the 25th of July. Several vitnesses deposed that they had see na wdinan resembling the prisoner near the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    he is forced to the river, and thrust in.-Hereford limes. On Thursday se'nnight, a dreadful murder was committed at North Nibley, near Gloucester, under the following circumstances:-A man, a carpenter by trade, was in the habit of working at a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    24. Carriage accident to Mr Hoare at Brighton, 25. Exe- eution of Goodsell the incendiary; - Trotting; Murder at North Nibley; Carriage accidents at Ilford; at Huddersfield; A worthy object for the charity of the benevolent; Disappearance of Mr J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    entchurch street, 1. Grant, Wellington street, Strand, printer and Publislhr. Staniland and Long, Bosterie street, Fleet street. J. Brinkworth, North Nibley, Gloucestershire, clothier. [Ce, and Tippetts, P'ancras lane. W. Marstoe', Mauchester. yarn merchant. [Makinson atd Sanders, Elm court, Middle Temple. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    shire, joainer-April 21, Elizabeth Long, Tavistock, Devonshire. grocer-March 21, John Walker, Leeds, Yorkshire, cloth mer- chant-Match 23, J. Brinkworth, North Nibley, Gloucester- shire, clothier-March 23, J. Hoplon and Co. Leeds,Yorkshire, dyers-March 23, 3. Kichardoon, Leeds, Yorkshire, money scrivener-March 23, B. Subscribers-only content

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