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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Winstone Introduction

    hill. Ermin Street has been an important thoroughfare throughout its history, and in 1747 it was turnpiked between Cirencester and Birdlip . 10 The ancient crossing of the river Frome near Miserden castle formed part of the drive approach to

    Gloucester Bailiffs, 1200-1483

    f. 24v.) 1408 Thos. Compton ; Thos. Salisbury (G 379) 1409 Rob. But; Wm. Birdlip (G 379) 1410 (Rog. Ball; Ric. Chamberlain) 1412 Rog. Ball; Wm. Birdlip (G 380) 1413 Rob. But; Thos. Moore 26 (G 381) 1414 Rog. Ball;

    Stroud Nonconformity

    at Miserden , Painswick , and Sheepscombe , in 1816 and 1817, 20 and the Congregational minister registered houses at Birdlip and Cranham in 1820 . 21 Nonconformity continued to flourish in the town in the late 19th century; c

    Rodborough Introduction Woodchester And Rodborough Area c. 1840

    and Personal). Trans. B.G.A.S . lxxxvi. 125. Tiltups Inn to Dudbridge Roads Act, 20 Geo. III, c. 84. Lightpill to Birdlip Roads Act, 39 & 40 Geo. III, c. 43 (Local and Personal); Fisher, Stroud , 126. Glos. R.O., D

    Bisley Introduction Chalford Area c. 1840

    known in its northern part as the Calf Way , 41 carried traffic from Tetbury and Minchinhampton through Bisley towards Birdlip . The northern part of the road was mentioned as the great road at Southmead in the early 13th

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    An Act for continuing the Terms and Powers granted and given by the Acts passed in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Year of the Reign of his late Majesty King William, and the Tenth Year of her late Majesty..., 11 June 1742

    z?/b« i?0W7£/z 0/Bridgwater *» //be /W Coz/w/y o/'Somerfet, and alfo an Act/or .R«jfWrz#£ z/jzj jy^kwzjyf /Wzzzf /rc/fl Zzta 2ow« of Birdlip «w* 2o/> 0/ Crickley-Hills /o /&<? Cz/y o/"Gloucefter, and likewife an Act/cV ifo/wr/Tir *fo jKzr/>oz/r <sr»^ jffzz)) of Watchet Subscribers-only content

    5 February 1703, 5 February 1704

    Royßon mdCaxton, itiway», Buh " the County of Cambridge; and for the better enforcing " the repairing the Highway from Birdlip, and the Top " of Crickly HilL in the County of Glouceßert to the City « of Glouceßerr Ordered, Subscribers-only content

    8 February 1703, 8 February 1704

    of the Gentlemen and inhabitants of Landholders of Dudfion and King's Barton, and of the Gloucefter feveral Parifhes leading from Birdlip to Gloucefier, in the Ro^*faild County of Glcucefier; praying to be heard, by their Caxton High« Counfel, againft a Subscribers-only content

    19 February 1703, 19 February 1704

    ROyft<?n V and Landholders of the Hundreds of Diidflon and " King's Barton, and the feveral Parilhes leading from y Birdlip to Gloucefler, they were ordered to be heard, " by their Counfel, againft a Claufe, or Claufes, in the Subscribers-only content

    24 February 1703, 24 February 1704

    between Royfton and Caxton, in the County of " Cambridge, for the better enforcing the repairing the " Highway from Birdlip, and the Top of Crickly-Hill, " in the County ofGloucefler, to the City of Glouccßer,") beingpropofed to be read Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BIRDLIP, William, of St. Nicholas's parish, Gloucester.

    Biography Although the family took its name from the nearby village of Birdlip, a branch of it had lived in Gloucester from the mid 13th century. Nicholas Birdlip, probably William's father, was a steward there in 1364 and bailiff in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to him but the descent into the Valley of Evesham at Broadway, or that into the Vale of Gloucester from Birdlip. But are we to forgive him the reading of Ten- nyson's poems, whilst steamiag up the Lake of Zurich? Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    felt the " sober certainty" of its ' waking bliss." My homeward journey, even when mounting the stony pinnacle of Birdlip, and drinking in the sunlit beauty of the Vale of Gloucester, was perplexed and almost saddened by the resolute Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. It. Smitn fe. (Chleltenhiam), Mr. J.. Hillman (Worcester), Mr. A. W. sat Villers (Bristol), and Mr. R.; E. Johnston (Birdlip). Tisere no was a good show of cheese and butter by local exhibitors, for amid there was also considerable Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    imeeMnrren; TlUSureay, 13, Charnodn Commxon ; Satur. Ti S T Co 'wns(at lIX-ThIse day, November 10. UakiegtoonVillege; ,j 5Vednc=a,13 , Birdlip; Saturday. 15, Nasenton Ian. 3 Covrysmeaopit (ait 11).-Thith day, Noreomher 10, Holywoll Hal 11 go Tuesassy. 11, Coals Ledge Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pl'lcicwik. Bml:rorTem (at 11)-Thursday, November 13, Charndon Corn. r men; Saturdlay, 156 Llieton-iu-~thle edges. (JOTSWOLD (at 11).-This day, November 12, Birdlip; Satur. day, 15, Nauntous Inn. r 'oresvorjo, Ne~lyn-Thursday, Novemiber 13, Guiting Wood; Saturday. 15, I Veston Park. CorrrsnioiuE (at Subscribers-only content

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