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  • * Victoria County History *

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    of Churchdown . 5 The existence of separate rectory estates for Hucclecote and Churchdown 6 suggests that the churches or chapels in both places were once equal in status. Churchdown church, which was in Hucclecote on the top of Churchdown

    Houses of Augustinian canons The priory of St Oswald , Gloucester

    for his see a considerable portion of the lands of the canons, which was afterwards known as the barony of Churchdown . 11 The jurisdiction of St. Oswald was confirmed to the archbishop of York by Pope Paschal II in

    Gloucester , 1835-1985 Economic development 1914-85

    From the later 1930s industry in and around Gloucester benefited from the re-armament programme. 27 The aircraft industry, including the Churchdown factory of Rotol Airscrews Ltd. formed in 1937 , 28 became the principal employer. Between 1938 and 1943 it

    The city of Gloucester Introduction

    ancient parishes of Barnwood , Matson , and Hempsted , a large part of Hucclecote parish (originally a hamlet of Churchdown ), and parts of the ancient parish of Upton St. Leonards . The area covered by this volume is

    Gloucester Roman Catholicism

    Roman Catholics in the Gloucester area increased, and in the mid 20th century mass centres were established in Brockworth , Churchdown , Matson , and Tuffley . 21 St. Peter's church continued as the parish church for much of the

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Glevum Lodge

    ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Bell Hotel , Southgate Street , Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England 1955 Bat and Ball Inn , Churchdown, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England 1957 Masonic Hall , Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England 1958 Masonic Hall , Cross Keys Lane , Gloucester,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dog. It not claimed-liGt 3.L .Welk will be sold tonpsy expenees.8-wcer san have the s6mc by applying to Hanry Tomlbs, Churchdown, Glonoester. oti32 Iy SPANIEL Dog (black), Found en1Tuesdaynight, Noveniber2L _ ..L5 IPour whilte feet.-Apply, WEilam Holland, Hewland Oottaft e. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPOR TANG Ad WS. Ct:g 'cl!.flCOtaO: with the Wtro FLUIDS ~ l w et ether. rin- coin- ken: 'is ss ",fore a start Wans matte with the 1owrecri, w 1ho wenUt dlown in the -st, ises Gierdyue, lippiy 'int' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pretty displays in the Waterloo Purse, which looks a good thing fur Pins and Needles; and either Blue Blood or Churchdown may account for the Waterloo Pl The meet -day will be at Hill House at ten o'clock;, and the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    H. W."-Yes; until she has passed the fifth standard. " H. C. B."?-lingley Hall belongs to a public company. " Churchdown. "-The amount of the note is not now recoverable. "1F. W. P.," Bromyar&-Nottinghain is now the chanmion cricket county. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CORRESPONDENCE. NOTICES TO COBRESPOgDENTS.-AU letters intended for pushlati ioBsa be xermpanied hy the name and addrea of the writer; not ne'onrily for publication, but for the informatioin of the Editr. When armrws to questions are not given in the Subscribers-only content

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