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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Augustinian canons The abbey of St Augustine , Bristol

    possession of the new monastery. 4 The endowment consisted of the manors of Billeswick, Almondsbury , Horfield , Ashleworth , Cromhall , Leigh near Bristol , Cerney, Fifhide, lands and tenements at St. Katherine's of the fee of Portbury ,


    , who was the lessee in 1725 , 177 became high sheriff of Gloucestershire in 1737 and a landowner in Cromhall . 178 In 1760, after his death, Jane Clarke of Walford (Herefs.) was granted a lease, and from 1766

    Parishes Broadwell

    Giffardes suggests that it had been held by the family of that name, which held the manors of Matson and Cromhall Lygon: Inq. p.m. Glos . 1359-1413 , 80. These two manors also came into the hands of the Lygon

    Index A - K

    103 Crisp , Wm., 28 n , 373 Crofton , John, 443 Critchley , Sarah, 316 Crole , P.R., 330 Cromhall , 443 Cromwell : John, 107-8, 356, 360 Oliver , elected hi gh steward of Glouc., 92 Thos., 40

    Index A - Z

    (Som.), 31 cricket , 10, 39, 150, 208, 226, 243 Cricklade ( Wilts .), 3 n Croftes , Anne, 66 Cromhall , 52 n Cromwell , Oliver , 78, 105, 122, 244; Thos., Earl of Essex , 226 Croome ,

  • * British History Online * *

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    Volume 183, November 1658, 16-30, 01 November 1658-30 November 1658

    [ page . ] Nov. 18. 120 . Petition of Thos. Audley, M.A., minister, to the Protector. Was sequestered from Cromhall rectory; co. Gloucester, not for scandal in life, doctrine, or conversation, but for differing in judgment; yet the county Subscribers-only content

    General Index, A, 01 December 1637-31 August 1638

    spelt; George, late Archbishop of Canterbury Sir Maurice Abbot's Cromwell , see Cromhall. Ward, see Swell, Nether, park. Abdala , Alcayde Taudar Ben, Ambassador from Morocco Abdick and Bulstone , Somerset, hundred, inhabitants of, petition of ship-money Abdy , Alderman Subscribers-only content

    General Index, A, 01 September 1638-31 March 1639

    Archbishop of Canterbury Maurice, grant to Sir Maurice, Lord Mayor of London certificate of letters to Abbots Cromwell , see Cromhall. Abbots Roothing , Essex Abdey , Anthony, Alderman of London, commission to Abell , William, Alderman of London list Subscribers-only content

    General Index, F, G, 05 July 1613-03 July 1615

    , see Gladstones. Glee , Nicholas, 37 "Globe, The" , ix x Gloucestershire , 303 -, Campden in, 176 -, Cromhall in, 166 -, Gloucester in, 219 -, Iron Acton in, 311 Glover , Alexander, 178 -, Francis, 172 -,

    Index, C, 01 January 1658-31 December 1659

    365. -, Rich., 100. -, -, note by, 100. -, -, petition of, 85. Cromer , co. Norfolk, 414, 418. Cromhall , co. Gloucester, 188 (3). Crompton , Lieut.-Col. Geo., governor of Tilbury Fort, 4, 372, 377, 426. Cromwell , Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BS. 6d. MEMOIR of Bishop COPLESTON. With Selections from his Diary and Correspondence. By W. J. COPLESTOeN, N.A. Rector of Cromhall. 10s. Gd. GAZPACHO; or, Summer Months in Spain. By Wmc. G. CLAGE, MA.. Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. Cheaper Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on Wednesday, at Tort. worth Court, thise seat of Earl Ducie, in Gloucestershire. Two Oxford undergraduates have been staying at Cromhall, near Tortworth. for the purpose of reading during the vacation witll the rector, the lRemr. W. M. Collett. one Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    steady SIan. Good references.-Addreos, 93D, Da~ily Post. c9014s e~l QADDLERo-Young 9.!ae Seekr, iituation as General Hand: ZI absainer.-Jones, PRock Cottage, Cromhall, Pelfield, Glos. el226 STITATIUNZ Wanted, by a respectable young Person, in small o- bsiness, or any place of trust Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Clerk, or ne orny in-door work.-Adnrems, Boleoll Heath Vicarage. Ll,166 SADDLER.-Yourng Man Seeks Situation as General Rand: Sabecain~er.-oa3es. Rack Cottage, Cromhall, Faldeld, oGcn. 126 NZITCATION WVanted, as Harmon', acs 21' good references from S Inst empsoyer.-R Shakespeare,1,c Dls. Street. c533 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    savoories; ! t Churchwomana: small family; country; very little house. vorkl Wages from £20. to £25. Allfound, excepting beer.-Mrs, Colett, Cromhall Rectory, Gloucestershire. c c370 - TAN OTED, for Bridgnorth, thorouiebly=expecieoced Pacisiermaid; r V T ood plate cleaner, carver, needleowoman, Subscribers-only content

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