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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Barnwood GLOUCESTER AREA 1799

    as a farmhouse in 1983 . Barnwood Mill , downstream, 171 was that held in the 1260s by Joan of Clayford . 172 It was later held by copy 173 and was bought in 1783 by John Morris . 174

    Index A - K

    378 Claxson , Benj. Saunders, perp. curate of Twigworth , 315, 345 Clay , Jos., 201 Clayfield , Ann, 310 Clayford , Joan of, 416 Clayton and Bell , firm of, 284 Cleeve , Bishop's, Stoke Orchard in, 331 Cleland

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, E

    with calf-skins and Yorkshire kerseys for La Rochelle, 253 Eard or Clayford, co. Kent parsonage of, 342 Eastcotte , George, a Bridgwater merchant captured by pirates, 214 Eastemstead. See Easthampstead Easthampstead Park (Esomstedd, Eastemstead), co. Berks. sale of trees in,

    General Index, C, 01 November 1667-30 September 1668

    Dr. Tim. certificate by Walter Dr. Wm., Dean of Winchester, petition, & c., of. Mr. Clavering , Sir Jas., Bart. Clayford , Mr. Clayton , Rich., declaration by Cleadon (? Cleydon, co. Durham), traveller to Clehonger , co. Hereford, letter Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, January 1668, 01 January 1668-31 January 1668

    Charles II January 1668 January 1668 Jan.1. Weymouth John Pock to James Hickes. A dutch ship of 700 tons, bound for the East Indies, stopped in Portland Road, and left on 31 Dec. [ S.P. Dom., Car. II. 232, Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, February 1668, 01 February 1668-29 February 1668

    ] Feb. 27. Woolwich. Wm. Acworth to the Navy Commissioners. I have put a stop to all law proceedings concerning Clayford, and will not molest him nor his bail till the business be settled, provided he does not take advantage Subscribers-only content

    Index, C

    Clerke, Richard Claxton , Sir John, of Nettlesworth, co. Durham criticised for his recusancy by Bishop of Durham, 132, 140 Clayford or Eard, co. Kent parsonage of, 342 Clayton , Robert holds licence to erect furnaces, 292 Cleave. See Cleves

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    com. bining ths materials used irftbe manufacturo and constructioe of fie and burglarproof safes. Dated Febraary 13,187.4. William W. Box, Clayford, improvements in apparatus used in tse manufacture of gas. 'Dated February 14, 1874. Thomas Hoplins; Joseph PRees, and Jolsn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Madcrs. General Roberts will leave England 3fOr Madrais a foea weeks lttel'. FATAL AFF RAY.-A serious affray occurred at Clayford, near Axminuster, oem Thcursday night. A umulcer of young ancecs an d womic'c were rutruiing froms a regz -,a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thc riot of the previous Thurs. .o day, viz. Robert Cox, Thomas Bardwell, Geo. G-allimares, ~.Josepil Lingard, James Bartholomew, Joshiia Clayford, anih Thos. Powles', At the same time a Chartist, named er Thomas Masoin, a tailor, was committed for trial Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    net1 ROBERT COX f331, GEORGE CULLINMORE (11), JAMES toI BARtTHOLOMEW, (22). JOSEPH LINGARD 117), THOMAS all POWLS (34), and JOSHUA CLAYFORD, who hod been oat en pat bali, were charged with riot and conspiracy at Sheffield, on the 12th tha Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cosoly, Mrhis. Si nusistusu, anid olleers, Yasirt hut suow usi the several Occurnations of Ridf]ua Chseailam. Ranlph Lob' Busrniston RictssrdEon,- Clayford, 'Johnson, Jorist, Gpirdc asid - Braim.I L Tise Properly leswell s Ipi Pd with 'Water, and ever olsi as Subscribers-only content

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