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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Bisley Education

    ; it was apparently closed when the 1902 Act came into operation. 43 A church day-school had been started at Bussage by 1831 , and in 1839 , when it was supported by the vicar of Bisley and by a

    Bisley Local government

    appointed and heard presentments from 3 woodwards, who were responsible for different areas of woodland. They were the woodwards for Bussage , Oakridge , and 'Wygesty', the latter sometimes known alternatively as the woodward of Timbercombe or Catswood; 43 in

    Bisley Churches

    later perpetual curate of Bussage . 73 During Keble's incumbency and largely at his instigation places of worship were provided for the villages in the south of the parish: churches were built at Oakridge , Bussage , and France Lynch

    Bisley Economic history Dangerfield's Stick Factory, Chalford 1875

    25 while the Wallis family, which included Solomon Wallis who built Bussage church and his son Samuel who did much work for G. E. Street , were masons from Bussage . 26 George Drew , builder and quarry-owner of Chalford

    Bisley Introduction Chalford Area c. 1840

    those 12 woods, together with others called Oakridge , Bussage , and 'Weekstie', were listed as the lord's woods but were open to commoning rights of the tenants; Oakridge , Bussage , and Weekstie were distinguished, however, by the additional

  • * British History Online *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 85, 4 May 1830, 04 May 1830-04 May 1830

    of Labourers Wages Bill. A Petition of the Clergy, Manufacturers, Landholders, Freeholders and others, the Inhabitants of Bisley, Brimscom-Port, Eastcombs, Bussage, Oakridge , and their respective vicinities, in the county of Gloucester ;- of Inhabitants of Painswick ;-of Clergy, Manufacturers,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    21 February 1827, 21 February 1827

    No. 2, whose Names are thereunto subscribed : And also, Upon reading the Petition of the Manufac- Bussage: turers and other Inhabitants of Bussage, in the County of Gloucester, Members of the Anti-Bread Tax Association, No. Co Tr Ba wi Subscribers-only content

    Index, 22 January 1828

    in Stroud; Batley; Go- mersall; Brothercross; Cockermouth ; Dysart; and Nine Incorporated Trades in Dundee, 86. — Stroud; Nailsworth; and Bussage, 90- — Colne; Trawden; Barnoldswick ; and Dunblane, 91. — Liverpool; Great and Little Bolton ; Dovor; Linlithgow; Crieff; Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    Wibsey, Horton, Heaton, &c, 116. Bradford and Baildon, 155, p. Bradford, Cabinet-makers, 108, p. Brothercross, 174, p. Burrelltown, 288, p. Bussage, 216, p.—Calverley and Farsley, 198, p. Carlisle, 44, p. Chalford, 31, p. Chorley, 190, p. Churwell and Morley, 208, Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    631. 635. Committee put off for Three Months, 639. PeZiZions in /aronr; From, Bisley ; lxxxv. 365. Brimscomb Port, 365. Bussage, 365.—Caincross, 365.—Eastcombs, 365. Ebley, 365.—Glasgow, 578, p. Gloucester, County, 365.—Lyme Regis, 365.—Manchester, 562. Monmouth, 365, p.—Nailsworth, 365.—Oakridge, 365.—Painswick, 365.—Trowbridge, Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 1 Geo. IV - 3 Gul. IV, Vols. LIII - LXIV

    Revision of, 7,8 Geo. 4. lix. — conZinwed. Bradford, 267 b. Brechin, 26 b. Brothercross, 86 a. Burrelltown, 79 b. Bussage, 90 b. Caithness, County of, 273 b. Carlisle, 25 b. 85 b. Carluke, 132 a. Chalford, 33 a. Chorley, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    poor?" IN CORRECTION or AN ERROR which appeared in our last weeks impression respecting time appointment to tihe rectory of Bussage in Gleucester, we are assured that the clergyman really appointed to that living was not the Rev. .Alfred Poole Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    he has just been appointed to the incumbency of Bussage, Gloucestershire. The value of this preferment is but £30., the population being 310, but it is a life ap- pointment. Bussage is a hamlet of the parIsh of Bisley. It Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    laisay llampton King's S, Gloucester. Long, D. - Whacddon K - King's S, Gloucester. Miarshall, W. B. - Edgbaston * Bussage Ihouse, Stroud. Smlth, W. V. H Hereford - * Weston S., Bath. Spencer, A. L. - Coventry - - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    £'30., Sergaent Tildesley, 1st Beds., 28. Silver jewel andi £22. 10s. es'h, 27 points each: Corlioral Buston, 8th Stafford; Corpomial Bussage, 9thr ,Somerset ; Sergeant Beare, lath Hents; Sergeant Aickin, 6tis Lancashire Armeourer ber~geant Ingram, 1st Lanark. £9. l5s. each, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Church Street, Vipley, DT: shire, liceciseil victucaller. iOHN' TcoASie HARDeY, Shipley, Derbylibircc, farmier a.:-: cattle cheater. RirisARDc DAVI'c, formnerly of Bussage, bcct nose 2, (Craicc:11 Vitltio, binley Rtoad. Strcudl, gentleman. Et-icciusi RoccETS, Whitilicnombe, Gloucestershcire, r~~c and machlinist. WILsIAMi ltous,"cforimerly Broad Subscribers-only content

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