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  • * British History Online * *

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    Addenda, Elizabeth - Volume 12, July 1564, 01 July 1564-31 July 1564

    Sir John White, lord mayor of London. We send you enclosed the request of a Frenchman named Bryart, complaining of Dunstone Anes, a Portuguese, who, under colour of being the Queen's grocer, would put him out of his house. We Subscribers-only content

    Introduction, The pre-reformation furniture

    during the reception of the communion. The following extract perhaps proves such: "I bequeth to the said chirch of seint Dunstone a dyapre towell of xv yardis in lenght to serue ther at the housli ng tyme of the parisshoners

    Border Papers volume 1, September 1584, 01 September 1584-30 September 1584

    West, Edwart Dixson, William Ewart, Thomas Lawson, Thomas Robinson, John Forster . Stamford. Anthony Harvye, William Arthur, Robert Forster . Dunstone. Alexander Taylour, Henry Wood, Widowe Sheparde, Peter Cuthbret, Robert Cuthbret, John Taylour . Newton. William Philpson, Edward Browne, Robert Subscribers-only content

    Index, T, 01 July 1560-01 December 1594

    p. 50. John, "chefton:" p. 124. John, "shanke:" p. 124. Joke: p. 124. John: horseman, Hetton, p. 159. John: horseman, Dunstone, p. 160. John: horseman, Lesbury, p. 160. John, Bolton fell: raids on, 791. John: miller, slain, p. 356. Mathew: Subscribers-only content

    General Index , A, 01 March 1601-31 March 1603

    Wm. or Andrews, Dr. Andrews , Guy Dr. Lancelot, Dean of Westminster Anederkethin , town of, burning of Anes , Dunstone, a Portuguese Angel , the, Great Yarmouth the (shop) Angels (coin) export of half Angiers , persons in or Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Fiddington Economic history

    mill, recorded in 1309 , 11 was known in 1473 -4 and 1518 as Galpin mill and by 1705 as Dunstone mill. 12 Mano rial tenants still owed suit of mill in 1681 . 13 In 1772 the mill was

    Othery

    1987 , the tall chimney having been struck by lightning. 35 TRADE AND INDUSTRY Quarries at Pathe produced Pathestone or Dunstone in 1515 and there was a quarry west of the village. 36 In 1779 John Chard obtained a license

    Mitcheldean MITCHELDEAN AREA 1880

    of the Cross a tall gabled house, possibly that called the New House in 1609 83 was known as the Dunstone later in the century. 84 By 1740 it had ] become the George inn. 85 The top part of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rooms, and the usual arrangements of agood modern Residence, with pleasant Garden in the rear; now in occupation of Isre Dunstone Gibson, as &annua Wenat, at the low rent of £35D. Also, the Handsome and Commodious RESIDENCE adjoining, with frontages Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    0; Aldridge, 0-2: J. Tay- - lor, 1-(not out) 0; extras, 2-4; total 23-E0. Bloxwic - Lester, 2; Perry, 6; Dunstone, 1; Thomas, 14; Kendrick, 5 : Tonse, 4; Partridge, 0; Harison, 18; Mson, 8; Bentley, 0;6 Vale (not out, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Whittington Moor, at Chlsterfield, on Saturday, and for which hle was 'fined ten shillings and costs. Defendant votled at the Dunstone Colliery, be- longihg to theSheepsbridge Company. Gas had been found in the pit, and the use -of naked' lights Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that it prevented deceased hearing either the whistle or the train.-Mr. Thompson suggested that deceased had a sister residing at Dunstone, and was on a visit to he; when the fatal occurrence took place. He was in is usual health, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that Allotment situate tat Plac ecalled Acasaber, adljoinhng ott ibe North Side to lot 511, a01 i5 exsettilng Northwauts to Dunstone 6H, anI d tu Greets- law tPasture, thec Pioierty of' tii CiUncli',t 1,ister, ,sq. ctntainitig its ilC Ic TMeIre Subscribers-only content

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