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    Stroud Growth of the town and outlying settlements Stroud 1971

    At Callowell east of the road Callowell Farm is a gabled and mullioned 17th-century farmhouse. It was evidently the Callowell House that Giles Gardner of Stratford acquired in 1684 , 44 although at the same period there was another Callowell Victoria County History

    Stroud Manors and other estates Lypiatt Park form in the early 18th century

    when the estate, including the house, by then known as Stratford Park , in a park of 76 a., and Callowell Farm with 70 a., was put up for sale. 11 Stratford Park was bought in 1936 by the Stroud Victoria County History

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    Mill ) Bowbridge , and see Stroud , mills ( Bowbridge Mill ) bridges and fords, Brimscombe , q.v . Callowell , chant., char., ch., Holy Trinity ch., ch. ho., cinemas, Civil War incidents, clubs and societies, coach-services, curates, and Victoria County History

    Minute Book, September 1697, 01 September 1697-29 September 1697

    paid Callowell for them at Graves's Coffee House after he received the money of Sheppard but the same day within an hour or two; he says Callowell delivered him the Bills before he paid him the money but he [Callowell British History Online

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    James, custodiam grant of forfeited estate, 319. Caldy. See Galdy. Callashtown , co. Louth, 103. Callow , co. Galway, 161. Callowell , , counterfeit Exchequer Bills, 79, 80, 81. Calmore , co. Londonderry, 106. Caltheagh [? Caltragh ] , co. British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of a decline, in the 21st year of his age, Thomas, youngest son of the late John Jones, Esq. At Callowell Cottage, near Stroud, Charles Hardwick, Esq. aged 84. On Tuesday, at Crookbarrow, Mrs. Harris, in her 88th year. At Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DEATH OF MR. W. A. COTTON A telegram was received at Bromsgrove yesterday from Ventnor, Isle of Wight, announcing the death of Mr. William A. Cotton, late of Bromsgrove, auctieneer. Deceased, who was well-known and highly respected in the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PAINTING AND COOKERY The Duchess of Westminster on Saturday distributed the prizes at W'hiteland's College for School Mistresses, Kings-road, Chelsea. The Bishop of London presided. Tho Duke of Westminster said he was glad prominence was given to cooking in Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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