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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Edgeworth Nonconformity

    Edgeworth Nonconformity NONCONFORMITY. In 1817 a house was licensed for protestant dissenters by Henry Hawkins , the Baptist minister of Eastcombe in Bisley . 96 No other evidence of nonconformity has been found. Hockaday Abs. cxci; cf. above, p. 37.

    Winstone Nonconformity

    was perhaps a nonconformist, but no further evidence of nonconformity has been found until 1816 when Henry Hawkins of Eastcombe registered a barn in the parish for use by the Baptists, 93 who soon after built a chapel on the

    Miserden Education

    and in 19 70 was teaching 49 children. The older children of the parish then attended schools at Stroud or Eastcombe . 41 Educ. of poor Digest , 304. Educ. Enquiry Abstract , 321. Kelly 's Dir. Glos . (

    Bisley Education

    1910, as the Eastcombe C. of E. school, it was teaching c . 68 children. 51 It was closed in 1918 52 and the building became St. Augustine 's chapel of ease. The Baptist chapel at Eastcombe supported Sunday and

    Bisley Roman catholicism

    then had only 10 Catholic residents but the chapel was also designed to serve France Lynch , Chalford , Eastcombe , and Sapperton . Catholic activity was later centred on Brown's Hill where a chapel was built in the grounds

  • * British History Online *

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    Index of persons and Places, E

    Flegg , co. Norfolk, hundred of, 434. East Greenwich , co. Kent, manor of, 92, 124, 125, 418; Nethercombe alias Eastcombe in, 98; Old House, Broad Ditch in, 99. East India , silver for, 79. East Indies , ships from,

    Minute Book, July 1661, 01 July 1661-31 July 1661

    Entry Book VII. p. 84. ] Petition from James Fortrye for extension of lease of a messuage and lands called Eastcombe, in East Greenwich (Kent). Referred: ut supra . [ Ibid . p. 4. ] July 12. Petition from William

    Entry Book, April 1684, 11-19, 01 April 1684-30 April 1684

    Treasury warrant to the Surveyor General of Crown Lands for a particular and ratal of the farm [of Nethercombe alias Eastcombe etc. ] , co. Kent, ut infra , under date June 10; with a view to a lease thereof

    Index of Persons and Places, E, 01 October 1706-31 December 1707

    526. East Molesey , East Moulsey, co. Surrey, manor, bailiff of. See Young, W. East Pembroke . See Pembroke, East. Eastcombe . See Greenwich. Easternwick . See Elsternwick. Eastman , Geo., Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Buckingham, 101. Eastwood

    Index, N, 01 January 1735-31 December 1738

    William, 419. Nelthorp , Sir Henry, sheriff of Lincoln, 588. Nerva (Russia) , 311. Neston (Cheshire) , 432. Nethercombe alias Eastcombe (East Greenwich), 95, 105, 110. Netherlands , Austrian, Commissioners for settling a new tariff for, 6; secretary to. See

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    penal servitude. SOLDIERS' WIVaS AND FAMILIES' RELIEF ASSOCIATIONs. -A numerous meeting of ladies and gentlemen 'was held on Monday, at Eastcombe, near Blackheath, the residence of Nentor Mott, Esq., on behalf of the wives and families of the soldiers who Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Road, Wolverhampton, wlreelvrighlt, April 14, at hmingbam. Grooimic AYEnS, jur., Eastcombe, Bisley, Gloucesterslire, inn- keener, April 21, at Stroud. EDWIrN B'IAILEY, late of St. George's Lane, Claines, Worcester, journetyman carpenter, 4pril 14, at Worcester. EDWIN ELLIS, Huntingdon Street, Nottingham, lace Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lte a bussinsts house. thoroughly good-General r-W Servant;- also, Housemaid. Good wtages given to reliable F. girls withi good Oharactrsm-10i, Eastcombe 1'errace, Blauliheath - L nd on. . _ ___ __ e TANOTED, Cook, for achool boarding house, for moiddle Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    proved June 16, the value of the ettate being £ r11,738. The will of General James Gathorne Cookson, of 15, Eastcombe Villas, Blackheath, who died on June 28 was proved on August 1, the value of the estate being £5,445.-From Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tiheni, aid bring theor in-it he all different an a lual, uht ves- it lii different." "I'm vey glad Parson Eastcombe sees his way to aire this step," repeated the old man, severely, in his best English. As I suspected, Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Selections from correspondence, etc., 1849

    New schools have been established at the following places, among others, viz. :- Yealand Conyers ; Chillington ; Bakewell ; Eastcombe , near Stroud ; Lisson Grove ; Barton Mills , near Mildenhall ; Kingston ; Harden , near Binglcy Subscribers-only content

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