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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Newland NEWLAND AND REDBROOK 1880 CLEARWELL 1880 Newland House in 1772

    the west part of Clearwell Meend, 57 a. of land between Clearwell village and the Chepstow- Coleford road , Newland civil parish was left as a compact area of 4,771 a. based on Newland and Clearwell villages. 34 Table I:

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    1840 86 5. Coleford area, 1880 122 6. Mitcheldean area, 1880 176 7. Newland and Redbrook , 1880 200 8. Clearwell , 1880 204 9. Newland House in 1772 . Sketch (in Museum of Fine Arts, Boston ) 214 10.

    St. Briavels ST. BRIAVELS AND HEWELSFIELD 1840 St Briavels Village Area, 1608

    has not been found separately recorded among the estates of the owners of Clearwell after 1669. 63 Several other estates in St. Briavels which descended with Clearwell at various periods are traced above and below. An estate called RODMORE on

    CORRIGENDA

    " " 39, line 22, for 'Suddington' read ' Siddington ' " " 40, line 1, for 'Clonwell' read ' Clearwell ' " " 40, line 5, for ' Stretton ' read ' St ratton ' " " 40, line

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    . 1770. Detail of an engraving from a drawing by B. F. Lewis , published in Rudder, Glos . 13. Clearwell Court. Photograph from sale partics. 1908 (Glos. Colln. RX 81.1) 14. Dean Hall . Source as no. 1 15.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ride 7st., and never required to waste. In 1833, during the October meeting, besides winning the Grand Duke Michael, the Clearwell, the Preodergast, and Criterion Stakes, for Colonel Peel, lie rode the winners of twelve other races. and chiefly for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    not placed :-Sir G. Heathcotes.5 b. La Belezza, Lord Kelburne's ch. mn. Im- pertinence, and Mr Bond's bl. c. by Clearwell. Bettinx-7 to 4 azrst Ruler, . - I agst Nina, 4 to I agst the Aegustris filly (taken), and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to the murderer has yet been obtained.,Shfefid Patrit. MONOMAXNIA.-A terrible instance of murderous mono- mania has occurred at Clay-lane-end, near Clearwell. Wills, a man of 152, an underground agent in the mines of the Cinderlord Iron Company, had been the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the career of this famous horse: "H He first attracted notice by winning, at the Newmarket Second October, 1864, the Clearwell Stakes against a very moderate lot. He was then beaten at the same meeting (running a dead heat with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    has been ocrtailed, and oin each clay some item of interest will be decided--tbat for Mon- day being the old-establislhed Clearwell Stakes. Galliard, !lacuteur, and Sycsphouy have each earned the full penal- ties; but the whiner will come from amongst Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, T

    164. Throckmorton (Throgmorton), Bassingborne, grocer, of Norwich, co. Norfolk, sued for non-payment of tithes, 177. Throckmorton , Sir Baynham, of Clearwell and Tortworth, co. Gloucester, ordered not to pay rent for Forest of Dean to Commissioners of Exchequer, 373. 376(2).

    Index of names and places, T

    214; ii. 1221. Threwston , Edward, ii. 308, 476. Throckmorton (Throgmorton): Baynham, ii. 1069, 1431, 1437. Sir Baynham, Bart., of Clearwell, ii. 625, 636. John, ii. 669, 1069, 1074, 1368, 1438. Throop (Throp), co. Southampton, ii. 631. Thropp , Thomas,

    Index of names and places, C

    34, 297, 465, 662, 1067, 1367. junior, ii. 1446. Richard, of Showell, i. 182. Thomas, ii. 1072. William, ii. 1065. Clearwell in Newland (Clowerwal), co. Gloucester, ii. 625. Cleaver (Clever): Fr., ii. 1070. John, i. 384, 556. Cledy , co.

    Index, C, 01 September 1546-31 January 1547

    , David, surveyor of woods in the Augmentations, i. 643 (ff. 35, 61, 91, 93): p. 769. Clearke. See Clerk. Clearwell (Clowrewalle) , Glouc., ii. 436. Cletham , Dham. See Cleatlam. Cleatham (Cleteham) , Linc., near Hibaldstow, ii. g. 476

    Index, C

    Hugh, 122. Clayhanger , Cleyhanger [in Combe St. Nicholas parish, co . Somerset ] , 984. Clayton , William, 789. Clearwell , Clearewall [Forest of Dean, co. Gloucester ] , 604. Clebarr , Richard, clerk, 480. Clegge , Henry, 481. Subscribers-only content

 

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