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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Little Stanmore Protestant nonconformity

    a timber hall in Camrose Avenue . The hall, seating about 60 people, was registered as Camrose Baptist church in 1935 and was still standing in 1969 . 61 A permanent church, on the corner of Camrose A venue and

    Little Stanmore Education

    old school buildings were demolished in 1930 and the Whitchurch institute was built in Buckingham Road two years later. 88 Camrose school , for juniors and infants, opened in 1931 . Of 441 children admitted, 82 were accommodated in St.

    The City of Coventry Social history from 1700

    1916 ), 124-5. Ibid. ( 1924 ). Midland Daily Tel . 5 May 1941 . W. E. Berry [1st Viscount Camrose ] , Brit. Newspapers and their Controllers , 105. N. Press Dir . ( 1959 ). Cov. Eve. Tel

  • * British History Online *

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    Index of Subjects, M, 01 October 1706-31 December 1707

    See Excise duties; lottery. See Lotteries. Maltsters , fined, 76; frauds committed by, 196; petition of, 520. Manors , named Camrose. Carnedon Prior. Chopwell. East Molesey. Elsternwick. Emlyn Dyffryn Brian. Fitling. Flint. Flinton. Greenwich, East. Havering atte Bower. Hitchin. Humbleton.

    Entry Book, January 1683, 2-15, 01 January 1683-31 January 1683

    East Pembroke, West Pembroke, St. Florence, Emblyn, Dyffrynbryan, Manerdivy, the castle and demesne of Haverford West, Rathpoole, Stainton, St. Ishmaels, Camrose and Roose, co. Pembroke, being the lands of Jasper, formerly Duke of Bedford, and the lands of Richard Griffith,

    Entry Book, November 1681, 16-30, 01 November 1681-30 November 1681

    Florence, Emlyn, Dyffrynbryan, Manordevy [Manordeifi or Manerdivy ] , the Castle and Lordship of Haverford West, Rochpoole, Stainton, St. Ishmaels, Camrose and Rowse [Roose ] in co. Pembroke, which last mentioned premises are parcel of the lands of Jasper late

    Index of Persons and Places, C, 01 October 1706-31 December 1707

    150, 215. -, -, goldsmith, payment to, 521. Campbeltown , co. Argyle, Customs establishment at, 487. Camros . See Camrose.Camrose , Camros, co. Pembroke, manor or lordship of, 287. Canaries , The, wines from, 136. Canby , Henry, searcher,

    Index, C, 01 August 1545-31 December 1545

    231 bis ). Campsey Aysshey or Ash , Suff. See Ash. Campton , Beds, i. p. 681. Campvere. See Veere. Camrose (Canorose) , co. Pembroke, i. p. 684. Camsall , Yorks. See Campsall. Camsfield , Ric, i. 557 (f. 69).

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BUTLER, Arnold (by 1521-64), of Johnston, Pemb.

    hands’. Butler evidently escaped serious consequence, for in May 1544 he was granted a 21-year lease of the rectory of Camrose, formerly belonging to Haverfordwest priory, and when he attended Henry VIII’s funeral it was as a sewer of the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ohurcnhanrdens of Armlcy for the benefit of the poor of tlhat parish.-Of iMr. Charles Wheeler Townsend Webb Brren, late of Camrose, Pembrolceshiro; personalty under :510,030-Of Mre. Georgiane Linklater. of No. 91, Lox- lains Gardlens, Kenrinpton, London; personally under r&0,C00.-Of leIr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at 11 aJsn., at tire Ouiicial iteceiver's, Merthlyr; public examination, July 7, at the Mlertiryr Court. Tri'oiAs FIlirr'trTs, lso0enrary Farm, Camrose. Pembrokeshire, fariner. First inietirig rne 0! at noon, at the Temperance lall, l'Pesrbroke Dock priblic esnininalismi, June 30, at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    In'l E dwatld, and William Challis. WI The will (dated F'ebruary 11th, 1880) of Mrs, Augusta lace Howeall, late of Camrose, Pembrokeshire, i*ho died Ai on April, 11th last, was proved on May, Slat last by William ad Dais, the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Guardians; 1ev. E dmund Thomas Bennett, M.A., curace of St. Bartholomonw', Sydenhaim; Eev. George Pmnchia Allan Blomefield, M.A., Vicar of Camrose, Haver- fortiwest, Perpetual Curate of Bulk worthy ; Rev. Itichard R2oltt Bolton, h.A., lector of New- bold-with-DInstan, Chesterfield, Rector Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    20s., buyers 9so. Banuebe-Foxa- nian, premnpt, sellers 20aw, b~uyers 1ie. Yellow La Plata, Febniary, buyers l5e. 53. Mixed Americau, per Camrose, buyers 5sa. 3di.; Jananrxy-Febrnmry, buyers 1i.a. 4!/sd.; and ,inne-Juaiy, ye-sellers 6Sa. Pa6rcels firm. White Lo Plate, Janoary-February, set] at Subscribers-only content

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