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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Swindon Agriculture, trade, mills and markets

    5 a. of land to Timothy Dewell , the incumbent of Lydiard Tregoze . 178 At the time the mill was occupied by Thomas People. 179 From a description of the property conveyed to Dewell it is clear that this

    Parishes Malmesbury

    devised it to Elizabeth Dewell and her sister Mary . 272 By will dated 1805 Elizabeth devised her interest in the estate for life to Mary (fl. 1809), with reversion to their nephew the Revd. Charles Dewell . 273 In

    The borough of Reading The borough

    all was taken against any of the others named by the committee for a year, and then Brackston, Turnour and Dewell were deprived of their offices. 343 Six months later, in January 1645 -6, a petition was made by the

    Parishes Lydiard Tregoze Lydiard Tregoze , c. 1773

    of the St. John children were ill with smallpox they were sent to lodge with Dr. Dewell and his wife at Lydiard. 299 Dewell 's memorial stone in the church records his fluency as a preacher. 300 Richard Miles ,

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    see Henry IV Derby , as address, 146 Despenser , Sir Gilb., 58 Dewale : Joan, see Dauntsey John, 12 Dewell : C. G., 141 Chas., 141 Eliz. (fl. 1792), w. of Timothy, 142 Eliz. (d. c . 1805, another),

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    inl charge of a hlone and cart, in Alma 7 I Streeit, ore the 14th nlt. he on SAvWur-, Acsctiti.-Joseth Dewell. (25), labourer, bIn ;inDevon Street, weas chargediwith cemmoitting a violentOt assaulgiat on Johne Pearson, briekmnaler, of Saltley. Alr. We Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    taken to the Queen's Hospital, but expired soon after :her arrival there. The second case was that of John L Dewell (51), widower, of 44 Ccourt, Sherlock Street, who, while in a state of intoxication, was knocked down and . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    onletnsioft~l~ P7IAIL $HO3 cupied. by' Isaee 'Wilcox Grocer arid P'roiizio, Delr n Sitee. WLI G * BO~ikBscdjeinlng' tenantoediby- Pywsell. Keoterton,' Dewell iaud others, .with Brawhoueeo, Pumpe. and Out-buildings, and large Gardens in Wbetd9rI~h tteolol prodtidfig ~031. 6s. 'per pmnum. This Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    f H igh S treet 8 207 11 )IJES.-Dr. CHESS :IRE'S OINTMENT and PILLS ere a certai Ohure.Pre d byn. Dewell (ftmln SlUMNER'S HOM(EOPATHTC COCOA, A MeY snpeainr preparation., Price Is. 45. per lb. To be had at K 8 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    L ATE S T N E.w SII ISY bj,~IBl1 AN INTAMtNATioNAT, ETmvaxrjl. Our-inis, T Uliji Bueaanios. Nmv 8'rxftXa BBUlTBR'S TRIEGRAMS.' IMPORTIAN'1'P FLROM AMERICA. ANOTHER tI1EAT BAT"'LE. TURE CONFE)E:DRATES VYCTORIOUS. RETRIEAT OF '11W FEl)ERALIS IN'TO WASHINGTON. CONFEDERATE SUCCESSES 'IN K Subscribers-only content

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