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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Sapperton Manors and other estates

    of Cirencester (d. 1783). William Thompson , Coxe's surviving trustee, and his mortgagees sold the estate to Thomas Dean of Frenchay , near Bristol , in 1788 when the estate comprised 161 a. Dean sold the estate in 1797 to

    Kingsbury Other estates

    name, 73 whose son, also called Richard Bowater , was still in possession in 1786 . 74 George Worrall of Frenchay (Glos.) was the owner in 1819 75 and 1823. 76 He sold the estate to Capt. George Rooke of

    Index A - Z

    220, 222 Bristol , bishop of, see Luxmoore, John Bristol , 159 cathedral, dean and chapter of, 35, 39, 102 Frenchay , 65 Bristowe , Thos., rector of Hampnett , 89 Briwes , Rob. de, 221 Broad , Wm., rector

    Parishes Dowdeswell

    manor in 1582 . 493 The Queen presented during a minority in 1598 , and in 1778 John Read of Frenchay , in Bristol , exercised the advowson for one turn. 494 The ladies of the manor Ellen Beale-Browne and

    Index A-J

    , free warren , Freebury: Chas., Jas., Freeman: Chas., Jas., Thos., rector of Minchinhampton , Woodchester , and Boxwell , Frenchay , see Winterbourne Freston: Ant., rector of Edgeworth , Eliz., see Mills Thos. (fl. 1820s), Thos. (fl. 1832, another),

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, F, 01 January 1660-31 December 1667

    31, 36, 258. -, silks. See Silk. -, wines. See Wine. French , Robert, Sub-Commissioner of Excise for Norfolk, 322. Frenchay (co. Gloucester), 35, 96. Frese , James, 453. Frethwell , Mr., 48. Fretter , Thomas, 341. Frickley (co. Yorks),

    Minute Book, November 1660, 01 November 1660-30 November 1660

    Navigation Act. Leave to be granted. [ Ibid . VIII. p. 115. ] Nov. 20. Petition from Amos Isaack, of Frenchay, co. Gloucester, for a lease of tithes in the forest of Bruton (" Bruham "), Neroche (" Roche ")

    Entry Book, December 1660, 01 December 1660-31 December 1660

    co. Somerset, (excepting the tithes of 800 acres within t he said forest of Bruton) of which Amos Isaack, of Frenchay, co. Gloucester, prays a lease. Ibid , II. p. 42. Prefixing : Said Surveyor General's report on said Isaack's

    British History Online

    Player Charles Hart William Browne Doctor Kymberley Charles Hancock George Hurdman William Francombe Thomas Walter Henry Were William Browne of Frenchay Thomas Edwards George Webb John Jacob John Brumwick William Whittington William Lawrence Thomas Bubb Thomas Rounge John Jeffreys William

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LEYCESTRE, John (d.1436/7), of Bristol.

    be buried, and that they subsequently disposed of the remainder on other religious purposes. The trustees of the manor of Frenchay near Bristol were instructed to surrender it to Leycestre’s widow, the latter also receiving premises in the suburbs of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Dowager Viscountess Boyae. On the 4th alt. Peter Hesry Backer, late of Yarmouth, Esq. On the eth inst. at Frenchay, near Bristol, Priscilla Hannah, second daughter of Joseph Storrs Fry, one of the Society of Friends. On Sunday morning, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    demonstrated by a correspondence in the Bristol Gazette, between the Rev. Messrs Carter and COrteis, Ministers of the Church of Frenchay, in the parish of Winterbourne; and Mr Robert Bruce, a parishoner of the same. It would appear that the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gratis and peel-paid by Meesra D. B. and Co. on receipt of one letter stamp. EXTRACT FROM LAST REPORT. " Frenchay Rectory, near Bristol, Dec. 9, 1847. "Next to God I owe you a great debt of gratitude for the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    He was a liberal in politics, but a supporter of the agricultural interest. SIR JOHN CESAR HABAwINs, BART., died at Frenchay, Gloucester- shire, on Saturday, in his 80th year. He was the grandson of Sir Cawsar Hawkins, Sergeant-Surgeon to the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tailor and draper. he ALY'En HANsOOO, Rock Cottage, Claverton Down, neor Bath, tl qguarrymaster, contraotor, and farmer. Lot JOSEPIe BARTER, Frenchay, Gloucestershlre, carpenter, and until recentl also carrying on bussissess a general k ,o there and late of Sutton Veney, Subscribers-only content

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