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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Randwick Charities

    rent-charge of £2 10 s . to buy linen cloth for the poor. By will dated 1731 Thomas Chandler of Dudbridge gave £150 with which land was purchased and 2/3 of the rent used for clothes for the poor and

    Rodborough Economic history

    were also represented at Dudbridge in the 1930s by firms making rotary pumps and incubators. 36 About 1913 the Copeland-Chatterson Co., makers of loose-leaf ledgers, became established at Dudbridge , moving to new premises north-east of Dudbridge Mill c .

    Rodborough Introduction Woodchester And Rodborough Area c. 1840

    at Dudbridge , and a short branch from Dudbridge into Stroud was built in 1886 . 21 The lines were closed to passenger traffic in 1947 and closed entirely in 1966 . 22 The crossing of the Frome at Dudbridge

    Rodborough Manors and other estates

    1726 when his sisters and heirs Abigail and Anna, with their respective husbands Joseph Dudbridge , clothier, and John Messenger , clothier, partitioned the estate. Joseph Dudbridge , son of Joseph , released his moiety in 1745 to his mortgagee

    Woodchester Economic history

    was sold by Henry Dudbridge to Sir George Huntley in 1605 . 94 The following year Sir George leased the mill to Henry for 99 years and at the same time conveyed the freehold to Stephen Dudbridge , Henry's son.

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    7 February 1751, 7 February 1752

    the Town of Cirencefler to the Town of '• Stroud, and that Part of Rodborough Hill which leads " to Dudbridge \ and alfo the Road leading from Ciren- " cefter towards Bifley, fo far as to the Bottom of Subscribers-only content

    10 February 1751, 10 February 1752

    the Town of Cirer.ccfur " to the Town of Stroud, and that Part of Rodborough " Hill which leads to Dudbridge; and aifo the Road " leading from Cirencefier towards Bifley, fo far as the " Bottom of Gulph Hill, Subscribers-only content

    11 February 1751, 11 February 1752

    the Town of Cirencefier to the Town of " Stroud, and that Part of Rodborough Hill which leads *• to Dudbridge ; and alfo the Road leading from Ciren- •'• cefier towards BiJIey, fo far as the Bottom of Gulph Subscribers-only content

    14 February 1751, 14 February 1752

    the Town of Cirencefter " to the Town of Stroud, and that Part of Rodborough " Hill which leads to Dudbridge; and alfo the Road " leading from Cirencefter towards Bifley, fo far as the " Bottom of Gulph Hill, Subscribers-only content

    26 March 1752, 26 March 1752

    the Town ** of Cirencefler, to the Town of Stroud; and that " Part of Rodborough Hill which leads to Dudbridge; " and alfo the Road leading from Cirencefler towards " Bifley, fo far as the Bottom of Gidph Hill, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Biks 5& T. Birks, Barnsley Old Mill, Yorkshire, millers-W. Shorland & W. Francis, Northover, Somersetshire, surgeons-R. Hawker and J. Gardner, Dudbridge, Gloucester. shire, dyers-J. Birkinshaw & W. Shepherd, Netherton, Dur- ham, coal-owners-J. Davy, J. Maus, add J. Robinson, Hud- dersfield, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sree, boksllr-V. C. Davies, Wrkxhar, Denbighnhiregroer-, . andA.v Y. Barrett, Kings-. tonsgpaoll tengine meanufaciaurers--G. and W. Boyd, Kanoto~upn..nlt milwrght-F.N nse, Dudbridge wharf, .SCOslCii SHQUBS1'jVlTlONS. H. Donaldaon , Donfernotine, Fifeshire, manufacturer-G. and J. ttYmers, Galashielo, manuofacturers-E& Steves, 3. WAlker, i~ll" and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    inst., at BogCor, Sir at Jt ef 88, Louisa Anna Maria, relict of the late T. Grazebrook, Esq., formerly of Dudbridge, Gloucestershire. O sa3dis.atVincent square. S. Morris Eq, a h dacdaeo 6 On the 3rd inst., at Dover, Aenasi-idew of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    buildiogs, lInlboru.-W. Hipkins, Birmingham, grocer. [Bartleet, Birming- hoam.-W. and WV. IH. BisadhurotSheffeld, table knife manufaecturers. [Webster, Shefiel.-I-I. and S. Evans, Dudbridge, Stonehlouse, Gloucester, saddle tree ,miaker.. <[Bovan and Grlihng, Bristol.-w. Swift, Liverpool, cart owner. [Etty, Dividlensiff.-October 2, J. Whitmore, Leicester, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and other carriages. Dated April 30, 1863. Joshua Appleby, Manchester, improvementsin propelling ships and barges. Dated April 30,1868. William Oliseold, Dudbridge, Gloucestershlre, improved apparatus for fulling woven fabrics, and washing and cleaning fabrics. Dated May 1, 1863. William G. Craig, Subscribers-only content

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