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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Fretherne and Saul Nonconformity

    in 1967 . Buildings in Framilode were registered in 1824 , 1825, 1829, 1842, and 1845, apparently for Congregational worship; 53 a building by Framilode Mills was registered in 1836 , 54 another in Framilode in 1845 , and the

    Fretherne and Saul Introduction Parish boundaries in the Framilode area 1843

    house 19 at Lower Framilode , 700 yds. downstream. At each place there was until 1884 a small detached piece of Eastington parish: 20 in 1377 Alice, widow of Thomas Freeman of Framilode , held Framilode passage as copyhold of

    Fretherne and Saul Education

    . Framilode National school was built in 1854 , 84 enlarged in 1860 , 85 and closed c . 1895. 86 Attendance was 50 in 1869 87 and 57 in 1889 . 88 The building, immediately south of Framilode church

    Fretherne and Saul Economic history

    Navigation would damage his mills called Framilode Mills; 79 in 1760 Walter's greatgreat nephew, Robert Yate , leased water cornmills and iron slitting mills called Framilode Mills to George Wilding (d. 1766) of Framilode , ironmaster, whose widow Elizabeth sold

    Fretherne and Saul Manors and other estates

    The abbot's manor of FRAMILODE , mentioned in 1376 , 76 was evidently the same estate. The grant of Standish manor in 1547 to the Duke of Somerset included the abbey's possessions in Saul and Framilode , 77 and in

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, F, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    1420, 1839: p. 1502. Frademur . See Fedamore. Fragoses . See Fregosi. Framburgham . See Flamborough. Framgelly . See Framozelles. Framilode (Framlode), Glouc., 438 (1 m. 24). Framingham Pigot, Norf., 438 (1 m. 1). Framland hundred, Leic., g. 94 (35).

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    row. . SKirby, 1ewkshead, butcher. [Cuvelje, Staple Inn. ishop, Shedfield, miller. [Taylor, John street. J portr Pand N. N. Clark, Framilode Mills. [Brittan, Basinghall street. Friday, Feb. 13. BANKRUPTCY ENLARGED. len lRatberine Mason, Cheltenham,builder, from Feb.17 toMarch 10. BANKRUPTCIES SUPERSEDED. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hedges, New Bond street, boot and sboe makers- J. Sims and Son, Framilode, Gloucestershire, barge owners -Burgese and Wheater, Salford, Lancashire, cemmon brrewers -E. B. Jackson and Go. Manchester, warehousemen -Morgan and Co. High street, Notting biU), near Bayswater, statioone-r9- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of St. Mary's, Leicester; rector of Stoney Staetoen, near Hiluckley-patron, the rector of Sharnford. Rev. Henry D'Ombrian, MA., rector of Framilode; vicar of Itrond-patron, tile Bishop of *Gloueester andBristol, Rev. Philip Elis, MA, vicar of L ong Oompton ; vicar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cotton spinmers. E. Ginger and II. Ticdall, Bedford, dyers. R. Aspland and S. Collins, Brownlow-street, stationers. J. Sims and Co., Framilode, barge owners. E Otter and Oldham, Gainsborough, attorneys. I; Morgan and Bond, Angel-coirt, stock brokers. Edmett and Sons, Maidstone, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    were8eturning from Framilode Regatta in a jolly boat, on the Gloucester and Berkeley Camnal, wheas the boat capsized and they were throwir into thoe water. Eleven swam ashore, but onie named Williams was drowned. Deceased had started from Framilode on Subscribers-only content

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