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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Nailsworth Nonconformity

    until 1947 when the congregation moved to a hall at Spring Hill 93 which they still used in 1973 . The Plymouth Brethren built a room at Spring Hill in 1841 , drawing some of their number from the Baptist

    Nailsworth Introduction Nailsworth Area c. 1850

    by 1761 . 27 Spring Hill , running up the other side of the valley to the old Woodchester road , was the site of most of the larger houses of the town. Spring Hill Court is a substantial house

    Parishese Broadway

    the Great Seal, and it is believed that Spring Hill was sold about this time to Lord Coventry . 96 In the middle of the 19th century the mansion at Spring Hill belonged to the Lygons, 97 and was the

    Hackney Introduction OSSULSTONE HUNDRED

    c . 65 a. beyond the river lay in Hackney : in the extreme north-east opposite the foot of Spring Hill , at Lea bridge, and at Temple Mills where the boundary was a mill stream, presumably of medieval origin

    Parishes Molesworth Lindsey . Gules a voided scutcheon vair .

    and on the opposite side of the road is Spring Hill Farm, an early 17th-century timber-framed house, which takes its name from some springs rising here. South of Spring Hill Farm is another house originally built in the early part

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mrke what u-e yon lik- of the sbov fo the benefit of others. Yours truly, Richard B-wn. - Chemist, Spring Hill, Birmingham. iMr. Ede,-Sir,-.T feel very happy to let '-on knnow myeyes era mue'- improved. Tisie is my own writinie, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to make what use You like of the above for the AM benefit of others.-Yours truly, Richard Brown, Chemist, Spring Hill, Birminghamn. Mr. Ede,-Sir,-I feel very happy to let vou know my eyes are much improved. This is my own Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    you to make what use you like of the above for the benefit of others.-Yours truly, IRichard Brown, Chemist, Spring Hill, Birmingham. Mr., Ede,-Sir,-I.feel very happy to let you know my eyes are much improved. Tbis is my own writing, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    you to make what use you like of the above for the benefit of others.-Yours truly, Richard Brown, Chemist, Spring Hill, Birmingham. Mr. Ede,-Sir,-I feel very happy to let you know my eyes are D much improved. This is my Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    make what use you like of the above for the benefit of others.-Yours truly, Richard Be Pwn, - Chemist, Spring Hill, Binniugham. Mr. Ede,-Sir,-t feel very happy to let you know my eyes are much improved. This is my own Subscribers-only content

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

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    CP.G.1478

    (Stowbroughe) : undefined Whitby (Whytby) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Lawrence Gordon [Gurdon] Role: witness Details: male; 780; husbandman Location: Spring Hill (Sprynghill) : undefined Cannot identify - spelling modernised Place(s): Whitby (YorkshireNorthRiding) Whitby (Whytbie) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Robert Huntrolles

 

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