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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes St Mary Extra

    Grove estate on which the obelisk stood was included in the land which passed to Mr. Wright , of Oak Bank , Itchen , who built Mayfield upon it in 1856 . Mr. Wright 's son, a captain in the

    Townships Barton

    in these figures Newsham in Goosnargh is included. Loc. Govt. Bd. Order 32199. These are called Barton Cross and Oak Bank Farm Cross; Lancs , and Ches. Antiq. Soc . xx, 179, 180. In the former case a new cross

    Gloucester , 1835-1985 Topography GLOUCESTER 1900

    the period included several substantial houses on Robins Wood Hill with extensive views over the Vale of Gloucester . Oak Bank , one of the earliest, dates from the late 1860s . 109 A few smaller houses were built at

    Gloucester Education

    house in Tuffley , was opened by the city education authority in 1936 , having been planned in 1930 . Originally for delicate children, needing fresh air, 313 it later took physically handicapped children. It was renamed Oak Bank

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    name Finch Hill (Finch Hill) : undefined Onchan (IsleOfMan) St Catherine's (St Catherines) : habitation Former resdienceManchester (Lancashire) Oak Bank(Oak Bank) : undefined Former residenceLiverpool (Lancashire) Liverpool (Liverpool) : undefined Former residenceBirtle (Birtle) : undefined Former residence Participant: Jane

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W. Bourke, aged 93. At Croosmolina, Mayo, C. Stock, Esq., eon of the late B. ishop, of Waterford. At Oak Bank, nsear Sevenoaks, the Right Hon. Cather iste Ann, Countess of Aboyne, aged Ill. The Rev. W. Howels, Minister of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . GEXERAL_ NEWS. ANoTmER SPINNING MILL BURcT DowN.-Oak Bank cotton spinning mill, Pollinglbon, near Macelesfield, weas burnt dow yesterday, damage being oone to the amount of £50,000. ' I .,. THE SALVATION ARBIY RITS AT'YEOVIL.-At Yeavil, yosterday, thirty-three persons, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wanted.; cook well; a.litewsigbokp. CTXGoed wages. Apply, Woodoido, Haudsseerth Wood ~ (9ENERAL Servant Wasted; plain cooking. Good charce- GA.pply, Oak Bank, Park Avenue, Solon Hill, flandewortli. cl3l GENRIERAL Servant (good) Wanted. Gioodecbaractermidsesbe Ikf-Apply 11,IReservoirlRetreat, Hgbaston. el dIENRLWatd immediately from 2Dt Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the Auctioneers, 31, Temple Row, Birmingham. &-H By order of the Executors of the late Mr. T. Reeoc-At Oak Bank, " cboo! Road, Moseley. ]%UR& GEO. J. W HITFIELD is insetcted to Sell . l1 by Auctlio, on WEDNESDAY, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    family. Liberal Xwge~s given to a trosaworthy end industrious girL.-Address, A. 43, Daily Post. c582 d-iENIRAL Secrvant (experienced) Wat-Apply, Oak Bank, 'kXPark Avenue,_slobs o,1 1Hanelwrth. ____ cll2t ('I BEtERAL Sqresnt (good trustworthy) Wanted, for Edglioston; Ikr three in family; -washing Subscribers-only content

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