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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Sunbury Charities

    and to divert a footpath George, Earl of Pomfret (d. 1785), endowed a bread charity in 1769 known as the Courtfield charity. 39 Some 63 acres of land between Charlton and Ashford Common were allotted at the inclosure to provide

    Forest of Dean Roman catholicism

    Lydbrook. Used for occasional masses, said by a priest from Courtfield , in the early 1930s , it had closed by 1938 . 7 Lydbrook Catholics continued to attend the Courtfield chapel after the Second World War. 8 From 1930,


    N.L.W., Courtfield MSS. 339, 430. P.R.O., MR 129. Heref. R.O., F 8/II/5, 17. Glos. R.O., D 36/T 52. Ibid. M 2, f. 23 and v.; N.L.W., Courtfield MSS. 107; Heref. R.O., F 8/II/115. Glos. R.O., P 275/CW 3/1. N.L.W., Courtfield


    ind. and trade). P.R.O., HO 107/ 1959 . Glos. R.O., D 36/M 1. N.L.W., Courtfield MSS. 787. Glos. R.O., D 36/M 2, M 5-14; N.L.W., Courtfield MSS. 342-3, 785, 790. Hockaday Abs. xxix, 1543 subsidy, f. 9; xliv, 1572 visit.

    Forest of Dean Social life

    century played on the meadow at Courtfield . Rugby ceased to be the village's main sport in the late 1920s when an association football club, formed in 1919 by local Baptists, took over the Courtfield ground. That club, which became

  • * Who Were The Nuns *

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    Mary Vaughan

    Details Mary Vaughan in religion Mary of St Joseph Born in Courtfield Died 1709 3 Mar in Lierre father Richard Vaughan Esq mother Bridget Wigmore

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FRIDAY. APIt. 29. Bristow. J., 6tocubridge, victualler, di. . I 12 Tipper, B. a.. Birmingham, cattle food dealer, first sitting ..;. 12 Allnway, S., Courtfield, Sydney, and Lydbrook, ironmaster, adjd. first sittlu.1 1 Olapton, T. ,Worceter draper, djd rossilting.... 12 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Neelson, the bankrupt w~as erdered to file a dix monh acount. BANKIRPTOY &PPOINTM NTB. THURSDAY, JUN11 t. S. &llaway, Courtfield and Lydbrooit, ironmaults, adid. d rot si ting sad last exam. and die.............. Edwarde-Wood and Greenwood, Tame Valley and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    both reports are discredited as unfounded. COMMITTAL OF A COUNTY MAGISTRATE. Yesterday, at the Merionethshire Quarter Sessions, Stephen Allaway, of Courtfield, Ross, a gentleman, aged seventy, a justice of ;,he peace, and Depnty-Lieutenant for Herefordshire, was found guilty of incurring Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    costinued running after him, calling out "Thief" and "Murder;" butlie succeeded ill getting away, and ran througis a place called Courtfield lGardens' She dlid not see the prisorser aiPain until about three week s afterwards, and ese imrnediately identified him Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cardinal Vaughan, who has been on a visit to his brothers, Colonel F. B. Vaughan and Mr. Reginald Vaughan, at Courtfield, Ross, and Glen Trothy, Aber- gavenny, has returned to Derwent Hall, Shefield, as the guest of Lord and Lady Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Third annual report of the Council, January 24th, 1884., 1884

    Wallace , R. W., 51, Vere-gardens, Kensington . Wallop, Hon. G., 52, Ebury-street , S.W. Warmington , C. M., 43, Courtfield -gar- dens, South Kensington . Watherston , E. J.. 12, Pall-mall -easfc. Watts, C. A., 5, Herne-hill-road , Lough- Subscribers-only content

    Declaration of the Roman Catholic laity of England., 1851

    13 Vaug han, William, of Courtfield Vaughan, T. V., of Courtfield Vavasour, William, of Haslewood Castle Waller , Henry, Barrister at Law Wainwright , Edward Ilassop Waddy, John, Cheltenham Wallace , William, Baslow Walford , Edward, Clifton , M.A. Wallis Subscribers-only content


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