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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Tidenham including Lancaut Nonconformity

    of 70-90. 36 It was presumably the Independent reading room recorded in the parish until 1870. 37 A house at Beachley was registered by an unidentified dissenting group in 1831 . 38 Hockaday Abs. ccclxxv. H.O. 129/576/ 2/10/23 ; G.D.R.

    Tidenham including Lancaut Education

    to 29 by 1910 , but there was a revival to 55 by 1936 . 61 A school established at Beachley in a small stone building by the chapel there in 1836 evidently had its origin in the group of

    Tidenham including Lancaut Manors and other estates

    . 1785 and the estate, comprising c . 380 a. based on Wibdon Farm and Beachley Farm, evidently representing respectively the manors of Waldings and Beachley , passed to his son Thomas. 14 By 1786 the manors had been acquired

    Tidenham including Lancaut Charities

    members of the Church of England . In 1921 Mary Curre left £200 for the poor, in particular inhabitants of Beachley evicted from their homes in 1917 when the shipyard was established. In 1969 the annual income from the three

    Tidenham including Lancaut Churches

    John was built at Beachley ; 30 it is a Gothic stone building, cruciform in plan, with a plainly furnished interior. The cost of the chapel was borne largely by James Jenkins , owner of Beachley manor, while there were

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thames titton, Surrey, printers. INSOLVENTS. W. Bariker, Northampton, buteler. W. R. Chapman, Derby street, Kingsland road, Hackney, clerk. R. Quick, Beachley, Gtoucestershire,travelling huckster. W. Porter, Bradford, Yorksbire, beer-hoaise keeper. J. Goodey, Great fey, Essex, pig jobber. r. tiviter, Birmingham, engineer. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Esq,, Newport, Mon. iShip Owner, and Commis- roisloner of the Poft and Elarbour of Nowportl Robert Castle Jenkin , Esq., Beachley,' loucsstershire. CharlesNicholson, lreq., Llwyn Calye, Llangllby iBanker, Newport). (With pDwer to add to their numberj. BANKESc. The Oily Bank, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mi'll ma A countleli, denircs Ert"ArIcInLetit initial Wine Merchant or Broweri ,r ;air, livition of trupt. Goodcorrespondiait, honlAtueptiv. J 11t Beachley Vill;L, Clarence Road, ?211 to Apprentice (la-doorl it Ivell- A"J",vttcd, resj)t-ctil& Youth. to the (41encrat lroottiongery.- Addm??, Oatin-,, preminin Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that no further proceedings would be taken by him.-An order was made for the dilvision of a certain road at Beachley. -The administrative business of the haster Quarter Sessions will be transacted on Tuesday, April 3, and the trial of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to HOW POLITICAL PRISONERS WERE as ti TORMENTED IN 1848. whit to t~ - The Rev. G. W. Bridges, of Beachley, in another letter anlgi to the Times, respecting the atrocities in Sicily, in 1848, day ry saIys :-- He Subscribers-only content

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