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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Minchinhampton Charities for the poors

    in 1880 , when £48 of the £80 received from the three charities were being distributed in the Amberley and Brimscombe divisions of the ancient parish, the bulk of the residue was assigned to a Minchinhampton clothing club. In 1909

    Minchinhampton Education

    attendance of 113, falling to 65 by 1936 . 34 In 1973 it had an attendance of 100. 35 At Brimscombe Ricardo established another church school in 1840 . It was supported by local subscriptions, collections, and pence in 1852

    Minchinhampton Protestant nonconformity

    170 in 1851 . 89 In 1973 the congregation was c . 12. 90 Another Wesleyan chapel was built at Brimscombe in 1804 and had congregations of up to 190 in 1851 . 91 In 1973 there was an adult

    Minchinhampton Introduction

    is included wholly under Bisley ; and the settlement on the valley floor around Brimscombe Port is included under Stroud while the higher part of Brimscombe , including the church and school, is treated under Minchinhampton . The parish anciently

    Minchinhampton Churches

    incumbency saw the dismemberment of the benefice by the creation of ecclesiastical districts for the new churches of Amberley and Brimscombe and for the ancient church at Rodborough . 4 An iron mission chapel was built at Box before 1897

  • * British History Online * *

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    Warrant Books, February 1713, 1-14, 01 February 1713-14 February 1713

    John Febbard, master of the Speedwell , 187 tons, for three months from 20 April 1702 337 10 0 John Brimscombe, master of the George , 196 tons, for four months from 20 April 1702 531 4 6 George Phillpott,

    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 8 November 1830, 08 November 1830-08 November 1830

    County of Gloucester , whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Brimscombe: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Members of a Society and Congregation of Wesleyan Methodists worshipping in their Chapel at Brimscombe , in the County of Gloucester , whose

    Tables, January - December 1772, 01 January 1772-31 December 1772

    Helstone. Aug. 182 Davy, Mr. Serjeant Do. Do. Do. Do. " " 183 Skynner, John, Esq., K.C. Dallaway, William, of Brimscombe, Esq., and othe rs, executors, & c. of Dr. James Bradley, late of Greenwich. Suit in the Court of Subscribers-only content

    Index to Session 1830-31, K-Z

    Chapel, Preston; Portsea; Market Weighton; Great Gomersal; Paul; Winterslow; Cheltenham; Malton; Oakridge, Bisley; Stroud; and Cirencester. - North-leach; Randwick; Littleworth; Brimscombe; Chalford; New Road Chapel, Newcastle upon Tyne; Pembroke; Southern Pits; Haking; Waterston; Merlin's Bridge; Milford; Spittal; Roach; Hearson Mountain;

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    C. Murton, Great Newport-street, bookbinder. [Crosby, Bueklersbury. E. Bumford, Tredegar-sqr. Mlile-End-road, builder, [Carter and Gregory, Lord Mayor's-Court Office. J. Baker, Brimscombe Port and Bourne, Gloucestershire, coal-merchant. [Crouchjun., Southamton-buildinge. T. B. Christian, Leicester, salt-dealer. [Dove, Carey street. J. White, Eccleswall-court, Hereford, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bridge street, Blackfriars, attornies; so far as regerds the said W. C. Lacy and C. R. Clarlton-J. and C. Hodglsa, Brimscombe PFrt, Stroud, Gloucestershire, grocerlS-T. Mteredith and C. G. Simouis, Little St 'fimas Apostle_ City, wholesale perfamers-A. aird P. Rintoasl, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a fearful velocity, rushing past the Brimscombe station at a speed of sixty miles an hour. At that time a passenger trail froln Gloucester to Swindon was nearly due, and the station-master at Brimscombe, being aware of this, and seeing Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr Ruegg Mr Sibree Miss Slatteric Mr C. Staunton Mr H. IV. Wilberforce Miss Yates Secretary: Mrs P. C. Evans, Brimscombe Mills. Miss Davies Mrs Dawson Mrs Drew WIGAN. Mrs Ryley Miss Ryley IMiss C. Ryley Secretary: Mrs Leech, Fair Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the prize of £10. at the meeting of the Royal Agri. cultural Society at Chester. -Stand 135. -Mr. James Ferrabee, Brimscombe, Glouces. tershire. Article 3,373, a 10-horse power horizontal fixed engine, improved and manufactured by the exhibitor. Stand 146-M1r. J. Subscribers-only content

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