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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Stanford Dingley

    agricultural. A fragment of carved marble, of Roman date, found a few years ago in the garden of the Tan House , is now in the Reading Museum. Manor In the time of King Edward the Confessor the manor was

    Parishes Lapworth

    A little farther south on the west side of Lapworth Street is another 17th-century barn. The farm-house is modern. Tan House , 3/4 mile east of the church, south of the Rowingt on road , has been much renovated and

    Parishes Ipsley [ Plan of Ipsley church ]

    windows were enlarged for the work-rooms. The water-mill, a separate, later building, has now reverted to its original use. Tan House Farm, Green Lane , 11/4 miles south of the church, is an early-17th-century house: the south-east front is covered

    Woolaston Economic history

    tanners between those dates. 39 Tan House Orchard at High Woolaston in 1769 was perhaps associated with James Hammond (d. 1819), tanner of that hamlet. 40 At Brookend a house known as Tan House in 1771 41 was bought from

    Woolaston Introduction

    hamlet. 37 Burnt House and the former post office at Brookend are 17th-century houses with steeply pitched gabled roofs. Tan House was built in the late 17th century and Brookend House , formerly the Woolaston Inn , bears the initials

  • * British History Online *

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    British History Online

    next Markett to the Place where any Tan House Work house or other Place shall be made use of for the tanning tawing dressing or making of Leather of every such Tan House Work house or other Place for the

    Council Minutes, Extracts from Town Book, 1711-21

    gs Castle 4 s . W m Evan of the Heath 6 d . M rs Mayo for the Tan House 4 s . St. John's Churchwardens' Account. Cardiff Vill: S t John's Parish.The Acco t of William Jones &

    Thomas Morgan's Commonplace Book, 1708-36

    There was an inn of this name at Cardiff. An inn at Cardiff. Ty Llwyd. The proprietor of the Tan House, Cardiff. Mrs. Gabriel Lewis, of Cardiff. Master of the Bristol packet. Maesllech. A Warrant in the Cardiff Town Court.

    Schedule of place names, S - Z

    below the Quay. So called from the tanyard which stood immediately west of the Castle (1715, 1766, 1858.) The Tan House, mentioned in 1714, was demolished 1861. TEMPERANCE TOWN. The nearest south-western suburb of Cardiff, built in 1864, by Jacob

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    several Christians here longing for the dawn of day. The Snnday School, Prayer Meetings, and, other means regularly held. Tan House, LI- hangel.-The church meetings very much neglected hy some, while a few are most faithful in their attendance. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Road. -Aston. e0 UTR Dryof first-clams for Sale; Great Western or Mid- B ln ilway.-Address, for particuslars, Farm Bailiff, Tan House Farms. Blaiselon, Gloucester. eMS d-iADINBIT-MaAKBR9, Busilders, and Otsers.-Dry Mfahogany. %C) Oak, Wannut. Birch, Ash,. Pine, &r.. may always ba Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oF Comwozs, Wednesday. Tan House ended its sitting with Mr. Piott last night, and began with the same gentleman this morning. The Irish members are exceedingly jubilant over the collapse of the Timnes, and are straining every nerve and their Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Brook Houseand so on to Catchall. At the request of Mr. Sanders he made a third survey from the Tan House Farm to Rock Hill to har!ordcrossig th ro tteMa il 'crssig te Nw Radat the back of Stoney Hill, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mortinean Sot-el-of Paw~nbrokcrs'`PLEDGES, comprising every description of VWecoing Ays'arel, Bedclothing, New Beets, Bj:Y H. DOUGHTY, commen~ing at Two oactoc-. Tan House Farm. Olton, near Solihuall, near toa the Wheat Shoal Coventry Road.. KIG& THOMTLSON have received instructions frmMr. If. M. Subscribers-only content

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