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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Tidenham including Lancaut Churches

    the passage house; 66 it had been demolished by 1779 when it was said to have been dedicated to St. Ewen . 67 Another medieval chapel in Tidenham parish stood on the west side of the road leading down to

    Parishes Draycot Foliat

    it is probable that this estate became the property of the Ewen family by the early 18th century. In 1773 Michael Ewen of Marlborough , great-nephew of John Ewen (d. c . 1705), gave his paternal estate at Draycot ,

    Dedham Domestic buildings Dedham street plan, 1923

    lit by a large window. In the earlier 19th century, probably c . 1831 when the house passed to the Ewen family, a two-storey east wing including entrance hall ( Dalethorpe House ) may have replaced 18th-century rooms, and the

    Parishes Offord Darcy

    d. 1828, and Frances his wife, d. 1809; the Rev. W. Thornhill , rector, d. 1872; the Rev. Henry L'Estrange Ewen , rector, d. 1889; and floor slabs to the Rev. William Deane , rector, d. 1722; Mary, daughter of

    Parishes Clewer

    Mr. George Dunne , subject to the payment of 10 s . for a sermon on Christmas Day . Robert Ewen , by will 1720, an annuity of £1 charged upon a house now known as ' Castle Dairy ,'

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AT YSGRIFENWYR CYFARFODYDD MISOL Y TREFNYDDION CALFINAIDD YN NGOGLEDD CYMRU. AnwyI Frodyr,-Mae yn hysbys i chwi fod Cym- ideithasfa Chwarterol y Siroedd, i fod yn y dref hon tua diwedd y mis nesaf, (Mawrth). A fyddwch chwi mor garedig, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pethau pwysig. Ewchymbien-yMnwthiwCh i yabryd yr hen dtnau ardderchog byw; a chofiwch fad s hfuen eich talentau i'w cysegrm ir Ewen nad. oedd e. ei fywyd yU ormod gauddo roddi droas ein bath ni." r Y Tkodu a gaWgarit en Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ewylaidd achreddo1. ac yu aelod eglwsigyda~ Mehodstisd Clflsaid yalwefSpyr liedmae *Gwfnyddw d*ytd~ 6hibiddedelgiS, Ihyi5,l fynwyPaen AoYlsmoulkes, Canfiftd aPhebeynoyd es'. wJbsiAweddre, Ewen Axy hivaneg i'r'-nilu laa 4 byse nd oedDeboah mern hwrad "offyMu"xji yr eziwys, ec nadioeddyntyn d neti eb arge Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    barth Gaelaeg ddiweddar, credai i gymaint gael ei wneyd dros Gaelaeg yr Alban gan y Stewarts, Dr. L. Smith, Armstrong, Ewen M'Lachlan (o Aberdeen), a Dr. M'Intosh M' Kay, ag a wnaed er unrhyw un o dafod-ieithoedd y Geltaeg; ond Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CYXGon I FAIA\, -A ydych yn cael rich araddifadu o orphvwyedra anblentyn yndioddefoddivnthboenyn cael ei achos gan dornad danedd ? Ewen yn dchoed at fftryllydd i ymofyn potelaid O "SOOTRING SYrrUP MRS. WINSLOW,` a chaiff y plentyn esmwythad uniongyrchol. Ma- Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 26 Christs Church. St. Bartholomews, &c.

    St. Bartholomews Hospital , belonging antiently to the Priory of St. Bartholomews hard by, together with St. Nicholas and St. Ewen , two neighbouring Parishes, were obtained by the City of K. Henry VIII . in the 38th Year of


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