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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Theddingworth

    said at one time to have been open to the road as a small green. This house, known as The Beeches , was the home of John Smeeton , a Congregationalist, who built the Smeeton Institute nearby in 1893 as

    Religious History Protestant Nonconformity

    for working women, normally at Surbiton , Surrey , moved into The Beeches , Selly Oak , 68 and remained there during the Second World War. The Beeches , built by George Cadbury before 1914, was used from 1925 to

    Parishes Crondall

    billiard and reading rooms and a concertroom seating 250 persons. The North Hants Golf Club-house was formerly known as The Beeches , and part of the course was then a gallop for Lord Calthorpe 's racing stud. Woodcote is occupied

    Parishes Great Somerford

    the 17th century, 25 and east of it and abutting Winkins Lane is a large barn of cruck construction. The Beeches , on the west side of Top Street, was built of stone in the later 19th century. 26 In

    Newcastle-under-Lyme Introduction NEWCASTLE-UNDER-LYME BOUNDARY EXTENSION

    1928 the tramways had been abandoned and had been replaced by buses. 79 A bus station was erected at The Beeches , Liverpool Road , in 1932 . 80 Very little information about the population of Newcastle is available before

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    anaeth eyffredin amaethyddiaetb. Gwobr gyntaf 5p; ail 2p. laf, Mr Samuel Denson, Pwllhalog, Rhyl; 2i1, Mr T J Dutton, The Beeches, Saltney, Caer. Am y par goreu a geffylau amaethyddol. Gwobr gyntaf 6p; ail 2p. laf, Mr Kyffin Jones, Nant Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the executors The personalty was sworn under 500,0001. To his eldest son he bas bequeathed his farms and lands. The Beeches, Herts, and all his landed estates in Adelaide and Australia, and his interest in the bank. ing business, " Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    257, Daily Post. c332 C9 RL Wanted. about 16, to Assist with Hotion Work and Nursery. c3,43 G -ppy The Beeches. Park Road, Moseley. e9741 j~ lIRL Wasted, clean and respectable, about 14.-Apply, 27, Lower aly 'GrTower Street. c443 24 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and let at rente and to tenantiI as follows:- No. 7.-"The Laurn-c.ia" .. Ars. Onions ....£240 0 PI 9.-" The Beeches -, Mr. Copeland .... 220 0 S- R-Tb.or Mrs. Martin.... 210 0 of '3-- 'Hilloblorough Mir. Neney .....22 00 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1HTeISO, Southampton. In kh 2nth year, George Ede-ard, eldest son of Henry William Bull. LANCASTR~.-O1 the 29th ltd., at The Beeches, Montpellier Streci, Moseley Road, aged 73 yeura, Jane, the beloved wife of Mr. Id. ) Laicasterr deeply lamented. ,MALtIt.-On Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Report on the Charities of the Goldsmiths' Company

    order of 16th January 1880, the trustees were authorised to grant a repairing lease of the house known as "The Beeches," for 50 years, from Midsummer 1879, at the annual rent of 50 l . The Board have approved a

 

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