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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Minchinhampton Manors and other estates

    money-carrying service to Caen Abbey was held c . 1300 by Alan of Forwood when it comprised 3 yardlands, 36 and it later passed to William of Forwood (d. c . 1333). 37 It was apparently that estate which John

    Minchinhampton Protestant nonconformity

    the local meeting appears to have lapsed after the mid 18th century. Baptists registered the house of Giles Mason at Forwood in 1699 73 and in 1728 they registered a house at St. Chlo e; 74 17 Baptists were enumerated

    Minchinhampton Economic history

    of the Chambers family at Forwood House 66 was one of many in operation in the parish at the beginning of the 19th century. 67 Another was worked in 1813 by George Playne of Forwood Farm 68 who had expanded

    Minchinhampton Churches

    messuages, a watermill (the later St. Mary 's Mill), 2½ yardlands, and 20 s . rent; 7 an estate called Forwood which was later among its possessions seems to have been acquired as an additional endowment from John Craft c

    Houses of Cistercian monks Abbey of Quarr

    of tanneries in the island, amounted to £96 3 s . 4 d . The abbot had also temporalities at Forwood , in Exeter diocese, of the annual value of £13 6 s . 8 d . The Crown imposed

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    s erioed. Gwneir y ceisiadau g, 1 mwyaf digrifol i leihau ystyr y gorchfygiad. fa n Dywedir nad oedd Mr. Forwood, er mae efe y *e sydd weii bod yn brif offeryn i ddychwelyd ta d yr ymgeiswyr Toriaidd ynjLerpw1 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mansfield, Nottingham. shire, innkeeper. [Etedgson, Birmingham-W. Gordon, Gloncester, dealer in Berlin wools. [Lawrance and Plews, City-E. Brimston, Tiverton, Devonshire, grocer. [Forwood, Tovertoni-T. Lewis, Exeter, boot maker. [eooper, Exeter *-T. W. Spencer, Devonport, Devonshire. draper. [Elworthy, Plymouth-J.G. Geyelin, Liverpool, zinc worker. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    retailer. [Selmen, Bristol-W. Eng- land and F. E. England, Westbury, Wiltshire, woollen-cloth manufacturers [Harris, Bristol-P. Greensldad, Stoko Canon, Devonshire, farmer [Forwood, Ti- verlon; and Turner, Exeter - A. Bennett, Eglosbayle, Cornwall, merchant. [Stogdon, Eceter-J. lood, Selby, Yorkshire. cormer. [Weddall and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Moody have made a trip to the north entrance of Fraser river, and found fine tracts of land. The steamer Forwood brought down 75,000 dollars in gold. The Columbia river was forty-five feet above low water-mark between the Cascades and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gravity of the occasion, provoked frequent laughter. The jury, required to try the questions both of sanity and guilt, found Forwood sane and guilty, and he was sentenced to death. The trial of the six foreigners accused of forgeries of Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    15 June 1830, 15 June 1830

    Stamps, (Ireland,) Petition of Chamber of Commerce, Limerick, against En¬ crease of Duty on. Labourers Wages, Peti¬ tion of G. Forwood respecting. East India, Stc.'- Upon reading the Petition of the several Hop-planters of the Parish of Heathfield, in the Subscribers-only content

    14 January 1752, 14 January 1752

    Geo. II. JanuariL 359 Hat faftory. ppeshaa Road*, Hay, Mr. Lyfler, Mr. Burrell, Mr. Palmer, Mr. Saun¬ ders, Mr. Fazakerley, Mr. Southwell, Mr. Tijra^, Sir /^»*. Wynne, Mr. Selwyn, Mr. Hardings, Mr. Buncombe, Mr. Carter, Sir 7^» Elwett, Sir Subscribers-only content

    3 February 1752, 3 February 1752

    4x6 Galway; Mr. Page, Sir Robert Long, Mr. /%, Mr. Potter, Mr. Hardinge, Sir Richard Wrottefley, Mr. Campion, Mr. Kynajon, Sir >te Ca/?, Mr. L_>y?<?r, Mr. JJrar, Mr. Sydenham, Mr. Whitworth, Mr. S/opiw-, Mr. Southwell, Mr. Reynolds, Mr. 7orfc?, Subscribers-only content

    7 February 1752, 7 February 1752

    5 Geo. IL 7 Februarii. 423 Refohed, That the Bill be committed to Lord Harry Powleit, Mr. Allgood, Colonel Leighton, Mr. Bacon, Mr. Ker, Mr. Colleton, Mr. Vaughan, Mr. Burr ell, Mr. /<j- naflon, Lord Dupplin, Mr. Williams, Mr. Subscribers-only content

    19 February 1752, 19 February 1752

    5 Geo. II. 19°—2O° Februarii. 447 Importing Gum Senega. Bradford, &C. Road. Bacon's Mate. Rejolved, that this Hoiife will, To-morrow Morning, refolve itfelf into a Committee of the whole Houfe, to confider of the Report from the Committee, to Subscribers-only content


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