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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Ruardean

    and Bishopswood 52 and few if any of the Ruardean men living outside Lydbrook and Bishopswood worked as bargemen or watermen. 53 The Lydbrook- Bishopswood tramroad, the northern end of which was removed after the closure of the Bishopswood ironworks,

    Bethnal Green Settlement and Building to 1836 Bethnal Green and Dog Row in 1703

    Cambridge , likewise may derive from an AngloSaxon personal name. 20 The area was once marshland and forest which, as Bishopswood , lingered in the east until the 16th century. 21 Settlement's dependence upon water suggests that the 'happy corner'

    Hornsey , including Highgate Education

    of Hornsey school for girls. Bishopswood school opened on part of Crouch End playing fields in Montenotte Road in 1961 . It accommodated 680 mixed pupils and replaced Stroud Green secondary modern school. 99 Bishopswood was absorbed into Highgate Wood

    St. Briavels Hundred ST. BRIAVELS HUNDRED 1840

    were later dug out and rendered down in the water-powe red blast furnaces that were established from c . 1600. Bishopswood at the boundary of Ruardean and Walford (Herefs.), Flaxley , Gunn 's Mills in Abenhall , and Redbrook in

    Parishes Ettington

    knight's fee. 84 John, son of William , succeeded, and in 1319 obtained a grant of free warren at Bishopsdon, Bishopswood , Lapworth , and Thornton . 85 Either this John or his youngest son, of the same name, held

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Snalltihorne, Stoke-on-Trent. Rev.; T. B. .1' 1'nwkes; vicar of Dan Icy Iagsa, Salop. Rer. T. B. Garland, M.LA. vicar of Bishopswood, Statfomdshiie- patron, the vicar of Brewoodl. lev. Joseph Holia n,| .1 csraee of IRavensthorpe: org..nisin& secretary of the Church Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    third. Rochefort was fourth, Omna fifth, and Bishopswood lst.-Jessie was destroyed; John Osborne, *ho rode her, dilocated his collas-bone,-The winner was not sold. Omna was pur- chased by Mr. Gardner for 50ps, Bishopswood by Mr. Cash for 37zs. end Reehefort Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Smallthopne, btoke-on- Trent, Rev. T. B. J. Fawkes, Vicar of Dawley Magna, Salop, Rev. T. B. Garland, M.A., Vicar of Bishopswood, Stsffordshire-pstron, the Vicar of Brewood; Rev. Joseph Holden, curate of tta~vectsthorpe, organising secretary of the Church of Eniand 'remperanco Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ECCLESIATICAL IMWS. 1'?RnrFasaxTh AiND AaPeofnsTNfFl rS- !lev. Dr. Aston, Vicer of St. Thomas's, CZopper-lane, Bradford: Rector of Liuton, near Skioton-patron, the Bishop of RXPOR. Rev. T. Bennett, M.A.; chamlain of Ospedaletti, near Sat Faeme, Italy-patrons, the Colonial and Continental Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gilbert Greenall, Bart., Walton Hall, Warrington, es Cheshire; Gay Lord, brown, 2 y 7 cm eld. Re Reserved, Harry McCalmont, Bishopswood, Boes, 'Herefordahire; as Caligula, whole, 2 T 2 m5 5 d old . 3d CI.ASS 12-JLEllSEY7 BULLB~, aba one Subscribers-only content

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