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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Churcham Education

    71 but it was not until 1856 that one was established to serve both Churcham and Bulley ; 72 it was situated in Bulley and its history is reserved for a later volume. From 1808 Sir William Guise was paying

    Churcham Churches

    the Bishop of Hereford gave Gloucester Abbey leave to appropriate it; a chapel of ease at Bulley then belonged to it 51 and Bulley has remained a chapelry to Churcham . A vicar's portion had been assigned by the early

    Churcham Introduction Highnam , Linton and Over c. 1755

    the north-east and north, the parish was elongated in shape with a large indentation on the north-west side formed by Bulley parish, 2 which has remained linked ecclesiastically with Churcham from an early period. 3 The parish of Churcham was

    Churcham Manors

    Sarah in 1639 . 75 From 1661 until 1756 or later the rectorial tithes arising from Churcham manor and from Bulley were leased to the Harrises and the successors to their moiety of Churcham manor, 76 with the exception of

    Magdalen College

    and an eighth by decrees of 1936-7 (the Nuffield Professorship of Clinical Medicine). Under Bulley as President the ordinary commoners increased from 16 to 116. 112 Bulley was not the man to initiate reform, though he did not oppose it

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    st. Euston sq. builder. [Burt, Carmarthen street. J3 A. Jee, Doctors' Commons, money-scrivener. [R. Walker, Gloucester st, J. B. Brown, Bulley, Gloucestershire, trader. [King, Serjeant's inn. A. Clarkson, Arbour terrace, Commercial road, ship-owner. [Nind, Thyogmorton street. H. Hirst, sen. Northatlerton, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Whitwool, Yorkshire, earthenware manufacturers-C. and bV. Hogarth, Aberdeen, provision curerss INSOLVENTS. F T. Howell, Western road, Brighton, builder. J. Loihg, Bulley, Gloucesteeshire, butcher. R. Webber and T. Bland, Bedford row, attorneys-at-law. BANKRUPTCIES ANNULLED. J. M. Mills, Berkhampstead St Peter, Buckinghamshire, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and retail booksellers. [Scott and Parsons, St Mildred's court, Poultry. Ia. Kestle, Liverpool, grocer. [Dean. Essex street, Strand. J. Long, Bulley, Gloucestershire, butcher. [Chilton and Aeland Chancery lane. F. Robbins, Birmingham, builder. [Chaplin, Cray's inn squ are. J. Naylor, jan. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WooidAock, Ogford.i and glover-Sept. 24, rleaor Botbamz, Speenhiamland Beshire, inoholder-Ane. 3, 1. Banks, Bosotonr, Lincolubsift, ship-builder -July 28. L. Long, Bulley, Glouesatereblrre butcher-July 295, N. Itxingley. radley, Wo'cesteadhire. cable r san.ufacturer-July 27, C. tay. lor, Qedon in Aoldeness, Yorkshire. coal Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Northairptonshire, shoe manufacturerT- . Rley, Fleet street, printer-E. Ctrsel, North buildings, LiAverpool street, merchant-T. Munroe, MI ilk street, mnerchant-J. tong, Bulley, Gloucestershire, butcher--C. P. Skarray, Swindon, Wiltshire, iroamonger. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. S. Hope, Anuran, common brewer-W. Simison, Ediibor5gb,] grocer. - Friday, Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BULLA (BULLEY), Thomas (by 1498-1544), of Southwark, Surr.

    at which Parliament [was] one Thomas Bulley yeoman of the crown and the King’s most honourable guard, then being church wardens the same time Thomas Bulley and William Chandeler. And the said Thomas Bulley, then being burgess of the Parliament,

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