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You searched for: Place: Caroe, Date from: 1700-01-01, Date to: 1799-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Lunt

    leasehold estate here in 1717 . 11 Gregson, Fragments , 16. 478, including 3 of inland water; Census Rep. 1901. Caroe and Gordon , Sefton , 54. Misc . (Rec. Soc. Lancs . and Ches.), i, 16, where John Lunt

    Bridgwater Churches

    been in use since 1953. A new church in Greenfield , called the Holy and Undivided Trinity and designed by Caroe and Partners, was consecrated in 1961 . It is of brick and concrete with a steeply pitched pantiled roof,

    Introduction Introduction

    led to the restoration and refurnishing of the whole church from 1933 under W. D. Caroe , and by 1937 over £8,000 had been spent. Caroe installed a screen in which he incorporated medieval bench ends, a rood, organ case,

    Christ Church

    p. 19. W. G. Hiscock , A Christ Church Miscellany , p. 200. Hiscock, op. cit., p. 3. W. D. Caroe , Wren and Tom Tower , p. 4. Hiscock, op. cit., p. 6. Chapter Minute Book, 22 Dec. 1626

    Townships Little Crosby

    Book , 10. The petition from which this account of the family troubles is taken is printed more fully in Caroe and Gordon , Sefton , 73, from the original at Little Crosby . It appears to have been drawn

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    D. Lewis, Tynant Carno, (yr oedd Dewi wedi anfon dwy gan I mewn). Pedwar englyn i n ' Ysgoldy newvydd Caroe;" gores, E. D. Lewis, Camo. Dadganu," Comrades song of Hope;;" goreu, *i parti o Carno. "Y Seren IJnig ;" Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wedi clywed ond y peth nesat i ddim o oiarad arno, nao ychwaith wadi darlln fkwr yn ai gylch. . Caroe weled ein gwainidngion a'n blsmoriaid profiidol-arweinwyr v Cyfundeb, yn dyfod i'r ases yd frwdfrydig a'blaid y mudiad mown rbyw Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CYFARFODYDD MISOL. Arnser Cymcdeithasfaoedd a Chyfarfodydd Misol. Y Gymanfa Gyffrcdinol,-L aibc1 is Melichinf 19-22, 19JO. ty mdeithasfa y I)e--Ltanwrtvyd, Mihefin 12, 13, 1. Cyliodeithasfa y Gogledd,--Bila, Alchetin 12, 13, II. AbOerteifl. Gogledd,-BerthI, Nfehefin 27, 28. AberteHi Yehau,--iteal-r cfti. Yr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    told Gapt. MXsTll how I came by tbat watcih, ind it was I who gave it to .wy SoIn. I Caroe ont to take horse (aid now for the prilicpal Feature of tiels and everyotherconnpiracy-tiiis berni the first ogaifzst my Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    way,. wvith cutlaiteslt halberds, ass.e Erse b e oom; arond ea each door is stationed at,., tine! alred, to Whose Caroe is inttristed tile. Pey of the rooii, Ol strict orders. nDQuto permit more then one -watder to be belitti Subscribers-only content

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