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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stroud Economic history

    until 1954, and from c . 1920 a factory north of Bowbridge , formerly the Eagle brewery, was used for spinning the yarn for the mill. In 1954 the Bowbridge factory was given up and from that date Ham Mill

    Stroud Nonconformity

    lists under the Stroud minister, John Burder , registered houses at Thrupp in 1817 , 1828, and 1834 and at Bowbridge in 1842 ; the two last were to be shared with the Baptists. 33 Congregationalists (or Independents) were also

    Stroud Growth of the town and outlying settlements Stroud 1971

    East of Bowbridge Lane , where the Lime brook and a tributary run down wooded coombs from the high ground of the central spur, there were scattered cottages by the late 17th century. Together with the cottages on Bowbridge Lane

    Miserden Manors and other estates

    by his son Harry. By that time the estate was heavily mortgaged and in 1796 Harry's brother, John Partridge of Bowbridge , Stroud , contracted to buy the manor. 62 Harry and John sold the manor-house with 283½ a. of

    Stroud Introduction

    the Frome valley was of only local importance before the early 19th century. It ran by Bowbridge Lane down to the river at Bowbridge and then turned up the hill again by Gunhouse Lane to Thrupp hamlet; 51 from Thrupp

  • * British History Online * *

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    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 111, January 1577, 01 January 1577-31 January 1577

    and accrediting Dr. Ithell as their solicitor. Jan. 25. 13. Thos. Browne to same. Injury done to his mill near Bowbridge by altering the course of the water in the river Lea. Solicits his intervention with the landlord, Mr. Nicholas Subscribers-only content

    House of Lords Journal Volume 7, 26 October 1644, 26 October 1644-26 October 1644

    The Order concerning the Earl of Arrundell was read, and approved of. Serj. Bartley to attend the Cause about repairing Bowbridge. The House being informed, "That Serjeant Bartley is of Counsel with the King, against Sir John Nulls , for

    Parishes (East Ward), St Peter, Asby

    to be very necessary to the safety and convenience of the public and recommended that a grant should be made. Bowbridge over Asby Beck on the road between Appleby and Great Asby. This bridge appears upon the list of public

    Index, General - A-K

    11, 16, 368. Bolton, 13, 16, 344. Bootherdale Foot-bridge, 225. Borrow, High, 202, 203. Borrow, Low, 11, 15, 203, 278. Bowbridge, 11, 14, 89. Bowderdale, 13. Brough Church, 10, 11, 13, 14, 100. Brough Market, 14, 77, 100, 101, 107.

    General index

    Stonehouse , Dr. Vicar of Islington, 148. Stratford-Bow , account of the parish of, 489 502. Of the etymology, 489. Bowbridge, 489 491. The situation, boundaries, extent, & c. 491. Manufactures, 492. Ancient house at Oldford, 492, 493. Eminent inhabitants,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    scrivener. (Few & Co. Henrietta =treet, ovent garden. K. Colemian, Leicester, ironfounder. [Toller, Gray's inn sq ltMacknigbt,Jlirminghbam,lsawker. [Parkes&Son,Gray'sinn. T. Faulkes, Bowbridge, Gloucestershire, coal merchant. [New ton and Ensor, South sqoare, Gray's inn. J. James, Southampton street, Strand, woollen draper. [Wilee Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Broad- wood, and Mundell, Broad street, Gold,n square, ale brewers -M. and -J. Wynde, Leominster, Herefordshire, carriers-i. Partridge and Co. Bowbridge, Gloucestershire, dyers-A. Scott and Co. Montblairy, Baniffehire, distillers-J. Chanter, Earl Street, and J. Gray, Liverpool, engineers-W. Raweliffe and R. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    esq. - - Philip Palmer, esq. Paliner, Hope, and Co. Pantin and Turner T. and J. Parker J. Partridge, esq. Bowbridge John ell, sq. - - - A. L. PBiel, esq. - - - Jas. Phelps, Chavenage - Philpott and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ecclesiastical Court, and answer the charges brought against him. Yesterday week, Mr Arinsworth, proprietor of the Fox and Hounds public-house, Bowbridge, was driving with his son and one or two at others, in a light chaise cart along the banks Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    index of the heart. 'l e I rize dogs this year are the following :-Mlajor Stapyl- , ril, lyton Hall, Bowbridge, Yorkshire, "'Pero;" and C A. Guy, Eaton, "Nell," beatitig ''Flash," the J ICze bitch last year. In the Subscribers-only content

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