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  • * Victoria County History *

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    years later the colliery passed from him to William Bowers who had been working the nearby Holly Bush Colliery south of Berry Hill Farm since at least 1852. 24 After Bowers ' death in the late 1870's the Berry Hill

    Calne Local government The loving cup given in 1860 The parish workhouse c . 1760

    copyholds. 81 Twice in 1594 and evidently at no other time the lord of Calne manor held a court for Bowers manor. In the 13th century the manor consisted of no more than 4 yardlands, and the court bearing its

    Mayors and sheriffs of Chester

    Webster 1798-9 John Bramwell Robert Bowers, Samuel Bennett 1799-1800 Daniel Smith John Bedward, John Harrison 1800-1 John Meacock John Johnson Cotgreave, Robert Williams 1801-2 John Larden Joseph Bage , Thomas Francis 1802-3 Robert Hodgson Henry Bowers, Thomas Bradford 1803-4 Edmund

    Parishes Aldworth

    of the chapel of the manor of Haxton (co. Wilts .). 92 Goring Priory also held 'lands in Aldeworth called Bowers and Aldenores,' valued in 1535 at £ 1 3 s . 93 which were leased by Henry VIII to

    Townships Downholland

    has established a mission room in Barton . 3,475 in the census of 1901, including 22 acres of inland water. Bowers , Syst. Geogr . i, 213 (quoted in Baines' Lancs .). W. T. Watkin , Roman Lancs . 214.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hunan, "ododd d y gynolleidfa felUA gwri'w all alw, a chanodd 'The i anchors weighed' yn ga mpls. ',The Fairy Bowers' ' (S. Glover) gan Missess Lutton a Williams yn; bert a boddhaeol. Solo'Pianoforte, 'March ye men of Har. I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gamon, Moloton t House, Tervin Rsad, Caerlleon; A. C. Lockwood, A Caerhleon. CNn.-Mri. James, Freme. Wepre Hall, Fflint ;T R. Bowers, Woolton. Liverpool. Offerynaau.-Mri. John Roberts, Glasmor, Nant- C glyn, Dinbych ; John Roberts, Geinas House,Bodffari Rhyl. CAWS AC YMENYN. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Salisbury st. T. Trehern, Hereford, carpenter. [fChurch, Great James street. A. Anderson, jun. XValworth, bakesr. [Thomas, Dean street, Southwark. J, Bowers, East atreet, Spitalfields, victtialler. [Glynes, Bur street. J. Langdcn.,Jnn. Walwortb, brolser. [Pritchard, Bridge st. Blackfriars. J1 Ashttn, Tottenhamr court Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    now HIa goes and gives himself to another It is of her love the poet says- tJnlike to other common Bowers. The flower of love shows various in the bud, 'Twill look a thistle, and 'twill blow a rose ! Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and dangerous, was dressed, and lie was subsequently conveyed in a coach to the University College Hospital.- A man named Bowers deposed to securing the prisoner George, who made many furions thrusts at him with his bayonet.-Police-constable Simmons, 97 S, Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 10 Towns seated on the THAMES.

    Princely Bowers , Sweet Fields , brave Palaces, and stately Towers: So many Gardens, drest with curious Care, That Thames with Royal Tyber may compare. And another Stranger, to the like Purpose. The pleasant Object of sweet Verdant Bowers ,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WALDERN, William (d.1424), of London.

    Hertfordshire. At the time of his death he owned the manor of ‘Doveres’ in Havering, together with extensive farmland in Bowers Giffard and Rainham, while his possessions in Hertfordshire consisted of two messuages in Braughing and Standon with small holdings


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