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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Romano-British remains Industries

    was traded and peddled; the evidence exists: we know what wares (Pl. XIX ) were made at Sandford , Rose Hill , and Dorchester , and it only remains for some one to work over the finds of pottery on

    Broomfield Economic history

    included the inclosure of Priors Down by 1755 8 and the creation of catch meadows on the hillsides above Rose Hill and west and north-east of Stream Farm. 9 Farm amalgamation took place, notably on the Halswell estate, where the

    Parishes East Tytherley

    shady walk known as Queenwood Avenue . Hildon House in the north-eastern extremity of the parish, formerly known as Rose Hill , was purchased about 1857 by Sir Augustus Webster , who resided there until his death in 1886 .

    Education

    Mixed:- New Marston , at Copse Lane, Headington ( 1948 ); Barton , Northway , Headington ( 1949 ); Rose Hill , The Oval ( 1950 ); Wood Farm , Titup Hall Drive ( 1954 ); Blackbird Leys , Wesley

    Protestant Nonconformity and Other Christian Bodies

    1932. 82 Another church, perhaps a mission, in Blackfriars Road was recorded in 1877 . 83 A chapel at Rose Hill , Cowley , which was a United Methodist Free Church from 1860 84 was enlarged in 1942 , and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Certiflvzets. gan- Meistri Peter Mo~rris, J~ohn: Profit,; Thoms fProfit,.. a, R:owland Williams, Gronant;: Thomas Hu3[ghes,. Glwaenysgor,, a Rob~ert Jones;, Rose Hill, INswmarket..,A haner awr wedi chwech, cynhaliwyd cyfarfod cyhoeddus yn ngbapel y Methodistiaid Callinaiid o dan lyii. yddiaeth 'g Parch. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    anrhydeddus. Ar nos Ian, Tachwedd 21ain, cynhaliwyd cyfarfod cyhoeddus yn Wood-street ynglyn t'r cyflwyniad, dan lywyddiaetih 0. Roberts, Yaw, Rose Hill. Wedi i'r cadeirydd, mewn ychydig eiriau, hysbysu amean y cyfarfod, &c., galwodd ar y Parch. E. Roberts i roddi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I, hod yn addfed iwaw i'r ne£. Gwnaed coffid am farw- pi olaeth y braw i Mr. Owen Ri~berts, Rose Hill, Birm- B ingham, yr hwn oedd yn Gristior didwyll, ac yn bT fisenor ffyddlawn, ond a gymer'wyd yn ddisymwth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i'r- pisinej,: Mr. Williams.. Am englyn i'r "Eir:' ewi; Dlago. Am benillion coadwriaetbol i'r 1 di4ea M. 0. Roberts, Rose Hill, Dewi A pago - y OFpn,-, a Wm. Jones, yn ail. Am ganu oren yr anaw~dj '"Toriad y' dydd," Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Xi a phenderfynwyd hefyd or i'r yesgrifenydd' anfot di- H otchgarweb mwyaf gwresog y Cyfarlod i Mrs. Thomas, io; Rose Hill, a Mr. a Mrs. Evans, Trefeeca, am eu h. el- yr frydadd yn ihoddi lease o 999 o flynyddoedd Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    FULLER, John (1756-1834), of Rose Hill, Suss.

    (1756-1834), of Rose Hill, Suss. Constituency Dates Southampton 29 Jan. 1780 1784 Sussex 16 July 1801 1812 Biography Fanny Burney wrote in 1779 about Fuller and his interest in the militia:Captain Fuller ... has an estate of £4000 or £5000

    FULLER, John (c.1756-1834), of Rose Hill, Suss.

    (c.1756-1834), of Rose Hill, Suss. Constituency Dates Southampton 29 Jan. 1780 241784 Sussex 16 July 1801 241812 Ofifces Held Capt. Suss. militia 1778; sheriff, Suss. 1796-7; capt. Suss. yeomanry 1798; lt.-col. Hastings vols. 1803. Biography After 1784, when he went

    SHEPHERD, Henry John (?1784-1855), of 1 Pump Court, Temple, London.

    Summary of the law relating to the election of Members of Parliament (1825). He died 21 May 1855 at Rose Hill, Caversham, one of the properties he left in trust for his children.Jerningham Letters, i. 307; DNB (Shepherd, Sir Samuel);

    FULLER, Rose (?1708-77), of Rose Hill, Suss.

    (?1708-77), of Rose Hill, Suss. Constituency Dates New Romney 8 Dec. 1756 1761 Maidstone 1761 1768 Rye 1768 7 May 1777 Biography Rose Fuller studied medicine at Leyden University, but there is no evidence that he ever practised. His father

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Vernon Lodge

    Worcestershire 1849 Golden Cross, High Street, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire 1856 Old Town Hall, Queen Street, Dudley, Worcestershire 1856 School Room, Rose Hill, Dudley, Worcestershire 1860 Freemasons' Tavern, Stone Street, Dudley, Worcestershire 1864 Swan Hotel, High Street, Stourport, Worcestershire 1865 Freemasons' Tavern,

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

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    CONS.CP.1855/2

    Street Participant: Joseph Brotherton [Brotherton] Role: witness Details: male; 72; Esquire; Member of Parliament Location: Manchester (Lancashire) Place(s): Rose Hill(Rose Hill) : undefined London Westminster : undefined 7 Manchester Buildings (7 Manchester Buildings) : habitation Participant: John Eldershaw [Eldershaw]

  • * British History Online *

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    Sessions, 1617, 3 and 4 December

    be branded: John Markett for a heifer of Edmund Sherbroke and for two kine of Thomas Culburne. Not guilty: Rose Hill for a unit of George Baker. Discharged because the principal not guilty: John Gamble for accessory after to the

 

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