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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Gloucester Aldermen, 1483-1835

    1749 Ric. Roberts d. 1757 1751 Jas. Herbert d. 1758 1757 Geo. Augustus Selwyn landowner 99 d. 1791 1758 Jos. Cheston apothecary 100 d. 1779 1758 Ric. Webb grocer 101 d. 1772 1760 John Baylis woolstapler 102 d. 1772 1760

    Index A - K

    and Gloucestershire ; Stroudwater Canning : Frances, m. Edm. Herbert, 318, 399 Maria, m. Patrick Gordon-Canning , 399 Maria, see Cheston Rob., 318, 399 and see Gordon-Canning Canterbury , abps. of, 15; and see Laud, Wm.; Secker, Thos.; Stigand Capel

    Hackney List of Churches

    p.m.; 1903: 357 a.m., 445 p.m. Bldg. of brick with stone dressings in Early Eng. style, seating 1,800, by Chester Cheston 1864-5 , consecrated 1870: apsidal chancel, short N. and S. transepts, aisled and clerestoreyed nave, base of SW. tower.

    Index A-J

    Bodley & Garner; Boyes; Bradbury ; Brookes; Buckler; Burges; Burnet, Tait & Lorne; Cachemaille-Day; Campbell, Colen ; Caroë; Charles, Wm.; Cheston , Chester ; Christian, Ewan; Cole , A. Rubens ; Coles ; Cooper ; Crouch ; Currey; Cutts ;

    Parishes Cheshunt

    Methodist chapel at Goff's Oak was built in 1868 . A licence was granted to a Baptist teacher at ' Cheston ' in 1672 . 267 A Baptist chapel was opened in Cheshunt in 1909 . In Waltham Cross is

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    not like to see house- hi bohlers hurried away to the look-up on charges of this kind-Ii answer to Ml'. Cheston, the proseoutor 'eaid the aseault took place part in the houso ane part in tho yard.-v, The Benob, considering Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    remanded her thll to-day, when ehe will be I again brought up and remanded till some future date. Ur ^ Cheston appeared for the defence. The Borough Coroner (Mr. Hawkes) held an enquiry as I the Public Office, Moor Street, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Severn Street, and for which offence two men named Pearce and Handley were convicted at Warwicir Assizes on Friday. Mlr. Cheston defended.-Prosecutor stated that when coming to the police court to give evidence on the 6th inst. prisoner met him Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Office..- r.. S. W. Casserley and Mr." B. Hackney were for -the Crown, and'. Mr. Eardley. n Wilmot (instructed byiAr. Cheston, of Birmingham) de.o 'fended.-Mr. Casserley, in dpening the facts,,said it would 'be shown 'that, at about twelve o'clock- in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Church 0 aSS ~ A UFAOT RRhansI 0thers.-Lan~d for Sale, slitsats at Meat- Atoo, Astoas Cross. Astcn New Town, Bordesley. Cheston C .;willSte, Curzes Street, Coventry Road. Deritend, Flume Street, ha sneers a toyLn, Sally Oait, Sosathwick, ilaItley, sald Small Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DYNNE, Henry.

    being 4th s. of Thomas Denny or Dennis of Holcombe Burnell and Bicton by Janor, da. of Philip Loveday of Cheston. m. Alice, da. of Thomas Williams, at least 2s.ORHenry Denny or Dennis of ‘Malcot’, Devon, being 5th s. of

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