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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Upper Slaughter

    Parishes Upper SlaughterUPPER SLAUGHTERUpper Slaughter, three miles south-west from Stow-on-the-Wold and two miles north-west from Bourton-on-the-Water , is an ancient parish of 1,851 a. 1 and irregular shape stretching from the River Windrush to the River Dikler .

    Parishes Eyford

    44; O.S. Map 1/2,500, Glos. XXVIII . 4 (1st-3rd edns.); ' Upper Slaughter , 1850-1957 ' (W.I. village hist. penes Mrs. F. G. B. Collett , of Upper Slaughter ), 4-6; drawings and photographs penes Major R. E. Boone ,

    List of maps and plans

    3 Slaughter hundred: northern part, 1962 5 Bledington church 32 Bourton-on-the-Water , 1962: street plan 34 Oddington church 96 Upper Slaughter church 140 Stow-on-the-Wold , 1961: street plan 143 Stow-on-the-Wold church 161 The hundred of Tewkesbury (upper division), 1845 185

    Parishes Lower Slaughter

    Aston Mill and its grounds on the east, both of which parts were transferred to the civil parish of Upper Slaughter in 1883 . 1 The history here printed of Lower Slaughter , however, relates to the whole area of

    Lists of documents used

    Maugersbury D 678 Sherborne estate muniments D 1099 Petre family of Ingatestone , Essex D 1283 Witts family of Upper Slaughter D 1375 Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, formerly penes D. Royce D 1388 Mullings, Ellett & Co. of Cirencester

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Chelsea, commission agent. W. Missingham, King's Lynn, iNorlelk, *v ,teh and clock maker, J. Brazendale, Liverpool, publican. W. Forty, Upper Slaughter, Gloacestershlire, h[rse dealer. WV. iVe tsilld, Eb ey, Glauccstershire, butcher. J. Tantos, Gough strert NBirth, Gray's ia road, farrier. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    not get a price, was mulch admired. lor still nmore diminutive ponies M r. Peters, illr. O. Jefferies (of Upper Slaughter), and Mr. Mitford, C.B., tool the award',. Tie cart horses soere a fine show-creditable to the district. Mr. Mitford's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IL Swell, M.A., to be surrogate for the diocese of Gloucester; Rev. F. E. B. Witte, M.A., rector of Upper Slaughter, to he surrogate for the diocese of Gloucester. TEL SMRN STREE Scno ot&-A conversaaions connected with the Moseley Road Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Street4' all of ESTATE OF GEORGE D. BRAGG, ESQ., DRCEAED, GLO UCESTER.RS.IR Parishes of Lower Swell, Hyferd, Naiunton, and Upper Slaughter. J UL Y 139. 1 9 00. IMPORTANT SALE OF A FREEHOLD AGRICULTURAL AND SPORTING ESTATEZ coirus~iacie T H Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    maltster. INSOLVENT PETITIONERS. G. A. Penton. Salamancaa-cottages, Chelsea, coimnission-a1eiit - ktlassingham, King's Lynn, Norfolk- watclsmaker-J. Brazendle, Liverpoor, publican-W. Norty, Upper Slaughter, Glcuteohtllree horse-dealer-W. Westfield, Elhley, Gouceslteis'hire, batcltc-J Tanston, Gough-street North, Gray's Inn-toad, i-rrier-1. SPil.ett, Lenham, Kent, farmer-T. Peel, Liverpool, steam-packet Subscribers-only content

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