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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Cardington CARDINGTON c. 1840

    and Comley are Cambrian grits and limestones, sources of building stone. 24 Robert Townson ( 1762-1827 ), geologist and traveller, lived at Lydley Hayes intermittently from 1788 with his brother-in-law John Witts , vicar of Cardington . 25 Comley quarry's

    Houses of Cistercian monks Abbey of Quarr

    abbey and the manor of Newenham there; the manors of Arreton , Staplehurst , Sheat in Brixston, Shaldcomb, Newport , Comley , Fowewod cum Forewey; the granges of Compton , Haseley , Lovecombe, Hampstede, Roughbarowe, Bydeborough, Charke in Rowner ;

    House of Knights Templars Preceptory of Lydley

    they obtained a carucate at Holt Preen . 12 A half hide at Stoneacton was acquired about 1240, 13 while Comley had been added to the estate by 1255 14 and Willstone by 1274 . 15 The order was rather

    Gloucester Charities for the poor

    1971 part of the income was being distributed to the inmates of the United Hospitals. 219 St. James . Mary Comley by will proved 1883 gave £200, the proceeds to be distributed to the poor on Christmas Eve. Thomas Hart

    The Physical Environment

    south of the Severn to the southwest end of the Wrekin. There is also a small outcrop of Cambrian Lower Comley sandstone at Lilleshall . The northern end of the belt of marine Silurian rocks known as Wenlock Edge also

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    RAILWAY CHACE EXTRAORDIntARY.-George Comley took a place by the railway train from Gloucester to Bir- njingham. Soon after the train had started, Mr Gillman, of North Nibley, arrived at the station-house, in the hope of intercepting Comley. who had executed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE BERMONDSEY MURDER. THIE BERMONDSEY MURDER. CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT. (Before Lord Chief -Baron Pollock, .Mr Justice Maule and Mr Justice C Cresswell ) In consequence of the intense interest excited by this trial, crowds of persons assembled in front Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Prfoe 230. Rtent 025.-St. Ca Stevenson, sanlCri16dCloe t I- BEE aiglGreenglrorerye Buelues. Bent 8s, 6di.Scidtre, o 0i~ ic 2.-Stavenson and Comley, 126. Coienors o. 16 .A W t n rt)cemy;, healthy siuburb ; rum jart; toting £35. wel.Price Lb5-St. Clair, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4, Unoon Street. oB494 I)ERi and Grocery. healthy subub eorst; taking £15.0, j - 1)weekly. Pries £35,-St. Clair, Stevesn n Comley, 120. Cal- meenow. stiod4 'DE"BHOU"'E, wit inLins.frDidsa;ongacapital ait aB.O.Jbusiness; lsg nd with slblinr tn resco t£10. Per dire I- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    longF lease; aEnergetic man with RI OD. trae'with.- WE,,adGrose ey healthy suburb corn act; ik 1moewelPrice N3.-St, Clatr, Stevenson, ang Comley I, Col- be morow. a c8040. at irEZurt-door), with Grocrsr~and Provlslonn. Goodreasoun fog lang.-Apply. 9.5, Great C.oiosore Street. c9429 Subscribers-only content


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