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  • * Victoria County History *

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    turnpike at Upper Etloe west of Etloe House and at Lower Etloe south of the turn to Gatcombe . Lower Etloe , which includes a small 17th-century farmhouse, probably represents some of the former tenant holdings of Etloe Duchy manor.

    Bledisloe Hundred BLEDISLOE HUNDRED 1840

    Awre manor and its former members of Bledisloe , Etloe , and Purton (later part of Lydney parish), together with Poulton (later part of Awre parish), Nass (later part of Lydney parish), and two unidentified estates, possibly both within the

    Index A-J

    : Old Warth ct., Cox (or Oaklands Fm .), dom. archit., Etloe , agric., Etloe Duchy, Etloe Ho ., forge, man., and see Awre : man.: Awre and Etloe man. settlement, farms, Field Ho ., fields, fisheries, Gatcombe , Plate

    Leyton Roman Catholicism, Nonconformity and Judaism

    's Catholic cemetery, provided by London Roman Catholics, was opened in Union (now Langthorne ) Road in 1861 . 12 Etloe House was leased in 1856 as a country house for the first Roman Catholic archbishop of Westminster ( Cardinal

    Leyton Introduction WALTHAMSTOW (SOUTH), LEYTON , AND WANSTEAD , 1965

    by Edward Rowe Mores the antiquary and printer who built on it the house in Church Road now known as Etloe House . 95 Leyton 's oldest surviving building, the present Essex Hall , is structurally of the 16th century.

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, E, 01 January 1735-31 December 1738

    Court (clerk), Common Pleas. Estridge , Jos., President of the Council of St. Christopher, 209, 212. Etherington , William, 420. Etloe (co. Gloucester) , 295. Eton (Bucks) , 124, 310. -, College, 79. -, -, perpetuity to Provost and Fellows

    Index, E

    co. Cornwall ] , 1036. Etloe , Ettelowe [in Awre parish, co. Gloucester ] , 846. Eton. See Eaton Socon, Eyton. Eton by Windsor [co. Berks ] , St. Mary's college at, 1078. Ettelowe. See Etloe. Etton , Eton, John, Subscribers-only content


    Leyton LEYTON. Name . Situation . Boundaries . Quantity of land, and how occupied . Soil . Land-tax . This place, which is also called Low Leyton, derives its name from its situation on the river Ley or Lea.

    Warrants, Letters, etc., 1740, January-March, 02 January 1740-31 March 1740

    for tobacco bonds. North Britain Book XII. p. 482. Same to same from the inhabitants of Blakeney, Bidsloe, Hagloe, and Etloe, tythings in the parish of Awre in Dean Forest, Gloucester. Praying 250 l. as a treasury grant (out of


    Walthamstow WALTHAMSTOW. Etymology . Morant derives the name of this village from the Saxon words, weald , a wood; bam , a manor; and Stowe , a place. Situation, and boundaries . Quantity of land, and how occupied .

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    23 June 1795, 23 June 1795

    Bottom of a Place called The Viney Hill, in the tc faid Foreft, through the Tything of Etloe, and the tt Duchy of Etloe, to and through a Place called Gat- l( comb, in the Parifh of Azure; and to Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume XXXV, A.D. 1774 - Volume LV, A.D. 1800

    repairing the piece of Road leading from the bottom of Viney-hill, within the Forest of Dean, through the Tything of Etloe, to Gatcomb and Pyrton; referred, 280. JVoZ reporZed. Petition for a Bill renewed and referred, and Petition of owners Subscribers-only content

    4 March 1794, 4 March 1794

    called The Bot¬ tom of the Vineyhill, Avithin His Majesty's Forest of Dean, through the Tythings of Etloe, and the Dutchy of Etloe, in the Parish of Aure aforesaid, to certain Places, called Gatcombe and Pyrton, in the said Parish Subscribers-only content

    25 November 1795, 25 November 1795

    through, the said Parish of Neiiiand, and also from the said Forest to, and through, the Tything of Etloe, and the Dutchy of Etloe, in the Parish of Awre, in the said County, that ingS. Peti ame Nev Bat; Act Subscribers-only content

    26 November 1795, 26 November 1795

    in the Lockage at Devizes of the Viney Hill, through the Tything of Etloe, and will be made, a considerable Quantity of deep Cut- Dutchy of Etloe, to, and through, a Place called Gut- ting near Widbrook saved, better and Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    long tail, 14 hrands high. Finder will re rewmrdedgo at ing it to O. Lippett, Hednesford, or to the Polico Etloe. 5_ - on nay afternoon, uear To v all ler~ e loog-baired LJ L0 hita Dog, with tan earn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    D 45s. I Thu D)39 .........,,. 303. to t03, I2)0S AND TIt[Ill JACKETS. Tisos sisorso ... his. ts It.,. T|,ii Etloe . ifs. to e2s. Tise Plurrows . its, to bS. 1 2 ito T esRtgty it... l 6s. to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and old English sports in the afternoon. A great Unionist demonstration is announced to take place in the grounds of Etloe Hobse, Layton, kindly lent for the occasion by Mr. John Simonds, on Thurs- day, the 7th inst., at six Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SALES BY AUCTION. - TTlR-NEWTOX.-Hy Mr. S_ JUMB, at the House of PVM.Wi. tiradburythe Me -bro'A-rene, it, Potter-Newton, on Saturday, the . Fourth oaf June, iph~, betiveen thle Hlours pf Si% end Syet no~Clock ia the Evening, ALL -thopse Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lorhrrr tt LET, a ROOM on lie ~oir fnr e P TO etlhnti' p-ler. ot t~~litttterl, sizc 711fo y2ff' Too' Etloe tilt, I rms s tatinfcrnl.ctreet. Lcadi. ONOD STABLING to LET. nerar Peech'IiroYI I 0 LET 05 COAL WAGGON S. Subscribers-only content

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