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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Woolaston Manor and other estates

    . 1115 when Henry I gave them to William's grandson Walter de Clare (d. c . 1138). Walter founded Tintern Abbey in 1131 , granting it the manor of Woolaston , an action confirmed by his nephew and heir Gilbert

    Woolaston Church

    in the foundation grant by Walter de Clare to Tintern Abbey in 1131 . 91 Following a dispute with Llanthony Priory , lords of Alvington manor, it was determined between 1146 and 1169 that Tintern should receive all parish dues

    Woolaston Charities

    was said to have been made from the time of the foundation of Tintern Abbey . 17 No dole was made after 1546 when John Conway , steward of Henry, Earl of Worcester , obtained a lease of two-thirds of

    Woolaston Local government

    ale in the late 13th century, and a hayward was elected. 66 After Tintern Abbey added Aluredston to its lordship of Woolaston in 1302 the courts were apparently united, but no court rolls survive before 1405. There are court rolls

    Tidenham including Lancaut Churches

    tithes, £3 6 s . 8 d . owned by Tintern Abbey , £1 by Striguil Priory, and 4 s . by the Rector of Lancaut . 1 Tintern Abbey 's portion was apparently connected with the assarts made by

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    feddw nas gwyddai beth oedd'yn mynyedymlaen. Bu y wraig dr-uenus farw ymhen ychydig amser --^A Yr oedd y llestr' Tintern Abbey, yr hon aadiawodd y Tatwys ychydig yn. ol am New Zealand, yh 'cyiiwys ar ei bwrdd 1,230 o adar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Magguire, in Italy. Interior of St George's Chapel, Windqor. Wreck of an Indiaman and Storm at Sea. Ruins of Tintern Abbey, by moonlight; with various effects of light and shade. Admittance One Shilling. The Exhibition of Works of Art, comprised Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    G. Earnshaw, Thurlston, York, carih-millers. [Preston, Tokenhouse yard. J. Parkinson, Louth, grocer. [Edmunds, Lincoln's Inn. S. Inns, Toweester, Northampton, stationer. [KFnlme, New Inn. B. Jones, Great Bridge, Tipton, cordwainer. (Collins, Doctors' Commons. J. Briggs, Tintern Abbey, iron-master. [White, Lincoln's inn. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the house had heesnbroken open, and about 201. in cash stolen therefrom. The supposed murderer was rapitred at Tintern Abbey, about two miles from the scene of the murder. The prisoner, Edward Reece, is a moan about 26 years Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Alired How to Serve out Cupid. By the Crowquill. Irish Whiskey-Drinker'. Literary Hetrospecet of the Departed Sketches of Ross, Tintern Abbey. Great-Sir Thomas Laosrence, Chepstowv. By Louisa Stunart Sir David Wilhieoad Sir Francis Costello. Chantrev. By a Mliddle-aged Fhe Labourer's Subscribers-only content

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