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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Bisley Charities for the poor

    75 Henry Ballinger of Skaiteshill, Chalford (d. 1855), left £600, to be invested in stock and the profits to be applied equally to the Chalford National school and to coal for the poor of Chalford ecclesiastical district. Elizabeth Webb Ballinger

    Bisley Protestant nonconformity

    George Whitefield preached at Chalford in 1739 and 1742. 41 The oldest nonconformist meeting was that called France Meeting, which claimed to have been founded in 1662 . 42 The newly erected Presbyterian meeting-house at Chalford licensed in 1696 was

    List of maps and plans

    church was measured and drawn by A. P. Baggs . PAGE Bisley hundred, 1845 2 Chalford Area, c . 1840 8 Dangerfield's Stick Factory, Chalford , 1875. From Gloucestershire Record Office, D 1347, deeds of Bliss's Mill 1863-78 26 Painswick

    Bisley Economic history Dangerfield's Stick Factory, Chalford 1875

    Chalford village where some were driven by the abundant springs which rise beside the river. Some of the Chalford mills were in Bisley parish and some in Minchinhampton but as they were all essentially part of the settlement of

    Sapperton Education

    school in 1879 but closed shortly afterwards, and later the children went to school at Sapperton , Oakridge , or Chalford . 79 In 1971 all the younger children in the parish attended the Sapperton village school and the older

  • * British History Online * *

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    George III, May 1767, 01 May 1767-31 May 1767

    Has also been lately informed that several very eminent counsel have concurred in opinion that they were her sole property. Chalford. 1 p . 19 May. Dom. Entry Bk., v. 25, p. 36. "Entered here by mistake": margin . 490. Subscribers-only content

    House of Commons Journal Volume 85, 26 March 1830, 26 March 1830-26 March 1830

    And the said Petitions were ordered to lie upon the Table. Petition respecting Labourers Wages. A Petition of Inhabitants of Chalford and its vicinity, in the parish of Bisley , in the county of Gloucester , was presented, and read;

    House of Lords Journal Volume 62, 1 April 1830, 01 April 1830-01 April 1830

    That the Lords have agreed to the said Bills, without any Amendment. Labourers Wages, Petitions from Nailsworth & Woodchester, & Chalford, respecting. Upo n reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of Nailsworth and its Vicinity, and Woodchester and its Vicinity,

    Close Rolls, Henry VII, 1486-1489, 01 January 1486-31 December 1489

    heirs and assigns. Demise and quitclaim with warranty of all his lands and tenements, meadows, lesues, pastures and mills called 'Chalford or Chalkford' and 'Colcombe' co. Gloucester. Dated 7 July, 3 Henry VII. Memorandum of acknowledgment, 19 November this year. Subscribers-only content

    Index, C, 01 July 1623-31 March 1625

    assistant master of, see Finet, Sir John; Button, Sir Wm. Cerne , monastery of Chadwell , Chalcroft , Capt. Rich. Chalford , Wm. Chaloner , Hen. Jacob Rich. Sir Thos. letter of Chamber , Treasurer of the, see Uvedale, Sir Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WALWYN, Thomas II (d.1415), of Hellions in Much Marcle, Herefs.

    with the widowed Lady Joan, with whose help in 1412 he purchased the manors of Hagley, Worcestershire, and Dean and Chalford, Oxfordshire, in part from Robert Lewknor*. He may have been acting as her agent when, in the same year,

    WILCOTES, John (d.1422), of Great Tew, Oxon.

    in 1417; notably by his acquisition, from Joan, Lady Beauchamp of Abergavenny, of the manors of Dean, Upper and Lower Chalford, and Heythrop, all owned until recently by the impoverished Robert Lewknor*. Wilcotes’s feoffees, authorized to complete the transaction, included

    HOLGOT, Thomas (d.c.1420), of Hereford.

    latter obtained the Mortimer manor of Bridgwater, Somerset, and in the following November he was her feoffee-to-uses at Dean and Chalford, Oxfordshire.He may also have maintained links with the Mortimers, for in January 1419 Thomas Holgot junior (probably his son)

    LEWKNOR, Robert, of Heythrop, Oxon. and Pulborough, Suss.

    with his mother enabling him to have tenure of Heythrop, Lidstone and Wormsley, together with pasture for 250 sheep at Chalford, during her lifetime; and, as executor of his father’s will, he attempted to pursue the testator’s debtors in the

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    2 June 1758, 2 June 1758

    Ciren- " cefier to Stroud near Burnt Aß, and from the faid " Turnpike Road to Tayloe's Mill Pond in Chalford " Bottom, and through Hyde, to the Bottom of The Bourn <( Hill, in the County of Glouceßer," was Subscribers-only content

    6 June 1758, 6 June 1758

    Ciren- " cefter to Stroud near Burnt Aß, and from the faid " Turnpike Road to Tayloel* Mill Pond in Chalford Bot ~ " torn, and through Hyde to the Bottom of Bourn Hill, " in the County of Gloucefter." Subscribers-only content

    13 March 1817, 13 March 1817

    Cholford, in the County of Gloucester, whose Names Reform,&c: ,i i l j • li • t l l • (Chalford) are thereunto subscribed, praying their Lordships " to repeal all the Corn Laws, and Butter and Cheese " Laws; Subscribers-only content

    3 March 1826, 3 March 1826

    71 Leek: Colne: County of Kerry: Chalford & Eastcombs: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants Ordered, That the Committee for Privileges to whom E.of Mill- of the Town and Neighbourhood of Leek in the County the Petition of Subscribers-only content

    Index, 31 May 1826

    Derby, 1st March, 67.—Axbridge; Hook Norton; Brentford; Chipping Norton; Pitsligo; Fordingbridge; Montrose; Oxford; Cambridge University ; Romsey; Leek; Colne; Kerry; Chalford; Belhelvie; Tisbury; Banff; Bucking¬ ham ; Haddington; Greenwich ; Aberdeen; Birmingham ; Devonport; Norfolk; Edinburgh; and London, 3d March, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Q~ d Jewry. .. Gleeson, Coclplti ii,Ratcliff, potatne-nmerchanI. Attorey, Mr. -nul Brltai nerd's-intn; : ''-' 'y' " '' W. Whitej Chalford, Gloucestershire, liaen-dr6per. Attoney, Mr.- G'hsilton, Chancery-lane. - ', ; * G, asod F. Wardiale, Allhallow's-wltarf, Lpper'Tlhmas street,, oi-crithers. Attoruiat, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T. Currey, of the Roial George revenue yacht, an Ostend privateer, of 16 guns and,4s UYL BAN KRUPTS. J. Perring, Chalford, Gloucestershire, clothier, to sur- render May 27, 28, July 2, af ten, at the lvhite Hart, Gloucester, Attorney, Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Manchlester, dver. J. Bell, Oxenlronfre, Westrnnr'e f- P reier. R. Brckton. Jermv wt-atreez, workirg-jewr&Ier. W. Fear, Batb, eabioet-mnaker. W. Gardiner, Chalford, Glonceeaer~terslhir, clolth-manufaclurer. G. Elliott, Rochester, grocer. W. R. Mott, Brfghtltelmnstone, winr-merclram. G. Rose, Sheffield, grocer. T. Yates, sen. G. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Queen-square, merchant. Solicitors, Messrs. Osbaldeston and `Mrray, Fenchurch-street. C. Mann, Birmingham, victualler. Solicitors, Messrs. Lane and Bennett, Lawrence-ponntney-place. C. Inneil, Chalford, clothier. Solicitors, Messrs. Long and Austin, Gray's-Inn. C. Smith, Cranbourne-street, Leicester-square, silk-mercer. Solicitor, Mr. Arden, Clifford's-Inn. G. W. Brealey, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and T. Allison, Leeds, mercers. J. Wood, Lombard street, scrivener. J. Dempsey, Wel I street, Wellclose square, sugar-refiner. W. Toghill, Chalford, Gloucestershire, clothier. US 14 R tPTS. C, Garrett and C. Smith, Bishopsgate street within, woollen-drapers [Gale, Basinghall street. W. Subscribers-only content

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