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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Glastonbury Parish

    of the Mildmay family of Hazlegrove. 93 Norwood Park farm by 1747 was owned by Zachary Bayley (d. 1773) of Bowlish , Shepton Mallet , from whose family it passed in 1794 to John Porch . In 1827 William Porch

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    .), 47 Sheppard : Jn, 146 fam., 148 Sheppey river , 121-3 Shepton Mallet , 150, 185, 188 almshouse, 128 Bowlish , 47 nonconf., 220 school, 128 Shepton Mallet poor-law union , 80 Shepton Ma llet rural district , 80

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Greenock.. 010404 0 Weynitotitli, ]sxorgleetr virninng .......... ..".1 70 520 Di .....p.r. .1 -0 45 0 Jsaanxtijeo............. 4600 2 0 Bowlish ..........GO 0 4560Aye.................0. 4a0440 Tcti~jloeion# ....... i 60 4060 l't'li or Dundee ....70 0 00S 'toiy..............0 o0I 50 Ditriklcd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    near Tallybout, Brecon, were increased. Grants were also made from the School, Church, and Mission-house Fund towards building school-churches at Bowlish, in the parish of Shepton Mallet, Somerset; and in the parish of St. John's, Cardiff. The Society likewise accepted Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    not out 36 li. N. Donglas not out 23 Leg-byes 3 Total for two wickets . . . . 97 Bowlish Analysis. Surrey. - lst Inns. Rawlin .... 19* 7 35 0* Roche .... 15* 5* 48 i Trott 56 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    near Talybont, Brecon, were im reased. Grants were also made trom theschooi, Cnurch, and Mi3sion-hou3-* Fund towards building school-churches at Bowlish, in the parish of Shepton Mallet, Somerset; and in the parish of St Jonas, Cardiff. The society likewise accented Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    class) ; good music, French, needlework ; comfortable home ; small salary; nurse kept.- Address, with particulars, "Mater," No. 3, Bowlish, Shepton Mallet. "VTURSERY - GOVERNESS (Superior).- A Young Lady (25) 1~ desires RE-ENGAGEMENT in a Gentleman's FamUy; thorough music, Subscribers-only content

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