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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Rodborough Nonconformity

    the chief Whitefieldian meeting in the county and attracted a large membership. Additional premises were registered in 1797 , at Bagpath in 1817 , and at Rooksmoor in 1822 , 34 and in 1837 the Tabernacle was enlarged and remodelled.

    Houses of Cistercian monks The abbey of Kingswood

    . 4 d , 37 and were drawn from the demesne lands, the manors of Kingswood , Ozleworth , and Bagpath , Culkerton , the granges of Ilbery, Bagston, Redge, Hyll, Hazleton, Calcot , and land and rents in Acton

    Rodborough Introduction Woodchester And Rodborough Area c. 1840

    running south-eastwards along the hillside from the Butts , forming a straggling hamlet at Butter Row and smaller hamlets at Bagpath and Swellshill. Butter Row, where settlement had begun by 1638 , 29 later became a more continuous settlement as

    Index A-J

    Baderon , Wm. son of, see William Baghot-De la Bere , Thos., Baghot t , Sir Paul , see Wathen Bagpath , see Rodborough Bailey: S. G., & Co., Wm. (d. 1626), Wm. (d. 1691), Wm. (one of two preceding),

    Index K-Z

    Newburgh , Hen. of, Newcombe , Thos., Newcombe's Mill , see Stroud , mills Newcommen , Chas., Newent , Newington Bagpath , Newland : Eliz., see Tocknell Geo. (d. 1721), Geo. (fl. 1755), Newman : Chas., S. J., T. F.,

  • * British History Online * *

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    Close Rolls, Henry VII, 1502-1503, 01 January 1503-31 December 1503

    Taylour yeoman, their heirs and assigns. Release and quitclaim with warranty of Lasseburgh manor with lands etc. in Newenton and Bagpath co. Gloucester. Dated 20 May, 18 Henry VII. Memorandum of acknowledgment, 24 May. 261 John Sanfurd, to Reynold Birde Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, March 1538, 5-10, 01 March 1538-31 March 1538

    Tetbury, and Bley (Vley in 2) and in Bristol; manor of Culcerton and lands in Beysley; manor of Woselworth and Bagpath; granges of Haselden and Calcot; lands in Alderton; the Conygar at Cherington, lands in Gloucester; rectory of Kingswood. Total,

    Cases brought before the committee, April 1649, 01 April 1649-30 April 1649

    Governor of Goodr ich Castle, and committed several other acts of delinquency. 21 184 Roger Fielding, Parson of Horton, and Bagpath, Co. Gloucester. 5 April 1649. Vol. A No. or p. Information that he has a mortgage of 400 l Subscribers-only content

    Chapter 1, Origins of the grant of the town of Bristol

    garden, opposite the Watering-place, which John Rederys lately held 2 0 For one garden, opposite the Mendicant Brethren, which John Bagpath now holds 0 2 Of one tenement in Wynche-street, which William Herberd holds 7 2 Sum 6 0 0

    Index, N,O

    in Thurlaston ] , Leics, 904 (v). Newham. See Newenham. Newington , Newenton by Sithingborn, Kent, 953. Newington Bagpath , Newenton and Bagpath, Glos., 260. Newington [Stoke ] , Middx., 485. Newland , Newlond [in Good Easter, Essex ] , Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    PETITIONS—co^mzW. 823 I. Petitions for Relief with respect to various Matters, &c—(cowrinued)—re/atoe *o— ]y[alt—confiwwee?. Inhabitants of Norwich, xc. 537. -For the Removal of Re- strictions on the Manufacture thereof; Of Occupiers of Land the County of Essex, xci. 623. Subscribers-only content

    7 February 1825, 7 February 1825

    from thence to the upper part of the town of Stroud; and the third unto or near a place called Bagpath, in the parish of Rodborough; and the erection of a bridge or bridges over the Thames and Severn canal Subscribers-only content

    28 February 1833, 28 February 1833

    Chipping Sodbury ; — of the Clergy. Magistrates and other the Inhabitants of Beverstone, Nailsworth, Horsley, Avening, Kingscote, New- ington, Bagpath, Lasborough, Boxwell and Ozleworth;— of Inhabitants of Somerby ;—of Burrow ;—of Inhabitants and Freeholders of Bassingham;—and, of Inhabitants of Subscribers-only content

    15 May 1833, 15 May 1833

    Dutv on Malt. culture residing in the central part of the county of York; —and, of Inhabitants of Tetbury, Beverstone, Bagpath, Coates, Didmaston, Rodmarton, Minchinhampton, Nail- worth, Cherrington, Avening, Horsley, Skipton, Moyne, and Oldbury-on-the-Hill, in the county of Gloucester, and Subscribers-only content

    Questions, 14 November 1800

    '798 ' 103 '799 ' 131 3800 309 The above ABSTRACT is collected from the Regifters of Almondibury, Arlingham, Afnelworth, Bagpath, Berkeley, Beverftone, Cam, Cowley, Dtirfle),Elberton, Filton, Hill, Horfield, Kingfcote, Nibley- North, Nymphsfield, Owlpen, Ozleworth, Slimbndge, Stinchcombe, Stone-Chapel, Uley, and Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Church Lench, Franlelcy, Great Coumborton, Hampton Lovett, Rushock, Stockton-on-Teme. GLOUuESTERl: Alderley, Aston-sub-Edge, Batsford, Beverstone, Ceberley, Coin Rogers, Moreton Valence, Newisgton Bagpath, Owlpen, Uzleworth, Saintbury, Tredington, Whittington, ElE1stOB.D: Bartestrec, Durningtoln Edwin Loach, Ken- chester, Latysters, Rocliford, Stoke R0ith, Tedetone, Dola- lucre, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    near Xorthallerton, York- Holbo.ow armerms, ITreeishn, near Watton-under-Edgo, farmer. Helborow, Daniel, Baggath, near Wotton-under-Edge, Gloueester- s~hre, farmer. elborow. lDaniel, and Bagpath, near Woaton-undor-Edge, Gloucesterahhe fanner. Price, lHeney- BflhardlngsUtS, Blahopagae-treet, - ., gentle. Holborow, George. Chipipng Sodbuxy. baker. Bolbrook, liami Amn, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    vacant ty the. death of the RevA. G. Cornwvall. It Is worth abouti £600. a .year, The rectory of Newingon Bagpath, aOD's becomee vacant by the death of Mffr. Crnwal. It I a worth £31;0 P. a sax, and Is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEWS OF THE DAY. AND JOURNAL' SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1872. Hbu BZBMIIGHAM DAILY MAIA KVMUNG JOURNAL4 PMCI A * E d bished at The and Six oeZoek, cmamaia an Me X elegrarw, Market 8porting, Police, and Loao Newa or Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Chesterfield, wholesale grocer and n-ins merchant. C. SAROENT, Lower Broughton Street, Gloucester, mlkoman and ginger beer manufacturer. W. PALFSVE, Newiegton Bagpath, near Wotton.under.Edge, Gloucesterslsire, joiner, wheelwright, and undertaker. A. EXF.LL, formerly of Twinnell Road, Easton, beerhouse. keepen and grocer, and Subscribers-only content

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