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You searched for: Place: Barbourne, Date from: 1524-01-01, Date to: 1547-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Claines

    and after passing Perdiswell Park it meets at Barbourne the Kidderminster road , which enters this parish at Hawford . The two roads, when united at Barbourne , cross the brook at Barbourne Bridge where Charles II first halted after

    Parishes White Ladies Aston

    1346 it was stated that the Prioress of Whistones held a fifth of a knight's fee in Aston Bishop and Barbourne which 'Ralph de Wilymet' once held. 31 The estate of the nunnery also included h alf a hide at

    The city of Worcester City churches and advowsons

    1812. There are six other churches within the city bounds, but outside the walls. The church of ST. STEPHEN , Barbourne , was built in 1862 mainly at the cost of two ladies named Lavender, and has a small tower

    The city of Worcester Introduction and borough

    Foregate Street and the tithing of Whistones, it descends slightly to the Bever Burn , from which the suburb of Barbourne derives its name, and then divides into branches which make respectively for Stourport and Droitwich . To the left

  • * British History Online *

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    Henry VIII, June 1542, 26-30, 01 June 1542-30 June 1542

    Humph. Reynolds, in Yorle Street in the city of Coventry, a cottage in Micheparkestrete there late in tenure of Matth. Barbourne and afterwards of the said Humphrey, and a little close called Quarrell field late in tenure of Nich. Lyttley

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    C. 4, Daily Post. c;3?7 SITUATIONS VACANT (cana)zl G OCERY and rrnvieions.-Capoble Junior Wanted ;good refer- G ence indispensable.-RichalrdSout Brothers, Barbourne, Wor- cesttradOS (1 RGERS(flek Wnted ageabot 20 mus hopractical hock- MJ t9eepee,`w~ithfrt-ls reeene-pnlyut, Edmunid Hartlonnd, Family Grocer, Bromogroe. 56 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    door; fare Lt s2313 MUSIGAL INSTRUMENTS FOR SALTS COODCIouble-bss, three-strinrged; bow. bag, strap, camplete- AXl Diinygon, Albert Tersace, iill Streeb, Barbourne, Wores- ter. c-2MO BOE51 for Sale, 15 keysf; splendid tone: cost £15; will take £7. Ailso, a Cosr- Aogais. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    plety f oneandpoer;sut oogl bougamor wagonette: ownr wll uarnte te aovesnsid fre fomvice;,spen to vs., or nyressabe nitPrco£5-Apl, rosk Vila Barbourne, Wrcester: 04a56 P' ELDING (hay),?7years, 15-2; excellent broogham hncrse, strung, IkA very free; quiet with teams; only reason for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    6o yrieaors ebildras to ride; Harness and two~wheslad Carriage0 " via's 6 homs.-Further particulairs may be had PlI "1rC24 - Barbourne, Woroacse._ W ETLSa C-cS, 5 y-ea3rs, ithad;quiet rids Or c17v e 7d 5135. soond s:sut elderly people or ti-adesmees Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    represent aL flrot-ola house In I'lannol,13 Blanketq and Rugs. Can encore a good anod sound connsection. .Adrreas toohlens, The Laurels, Barbourne, Worcester. TtACIMANAGER wanted for an extensive Fire and Life- J)office, to work Yorkshire from Leeds or ocher centre. Only Subscribers-only content

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