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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Fretherne and Saul Charities

    Fretherne and Saul Charities CHARITIES. H. G. D. Yate (d. 1812), Rector of Fretherne , by will gave £130 stock, subject to life interests, of which 3/18 of the income was to be for the poor of Fretherne . The

    Fretherne and Saul Local government

    Fretherne and Saul Local government LOCAL GOVERNMENT. No evidence of manorial courts has been found for Saul or for Fretherne before the 18th century. Until the mid 16th century Saul , as a member of Standish manor, was presumably represented

    Fretherne and Saul Manors and other estates

    John of Fretherne , apparently the king's falconer, 27 was in 1235 the undertenant of the 1 knight's fee in Fretherne , 28 which was described as his manor of FRETHERNE in 1243 . 29 Walter of Fretherne was lord

    Fretherne and Saul Nonconformity

    Fretherne and Saul Nonconformity NONCONFORMITY. In 1808 a dwelling-house and barn in Fretherne were registered for Protestant dissenting worship. 46 The Wesleyan chapel at Saul Corner , on the boundary with Fretherne , 47 was later said to have been

    Fretherne and Saul Education

    Fretherne and Saul Education EDUCATION. In 1662 Ephraim Rice was described as schoolmaster of Saul ; 56 a public school at Fretherne in 1678 is mentioned above. 57 There was said to be no school at Fretherne in 1818 and

  • * British History Online *

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    Yorkshire Fines, 1585, 01 January 1585-31 December 1585

    Elena his wife 3 messuages with lands in Wadworth and Doncaster. 1585. TRINITY TERM , 27 ELIZABETH . * Thomas Fretherne and Richard Shepham John Barne, esq., and Jane his wife and William Drerehaugh, gent., and Mary his wife Two-thirds

    Index of names, A-J

    193. Freare , 183. Freman , 68, 185. Frenche , 54. Freston , 18, 23, 70, 86. Fretchevile , 157. Fretherne , 38. Fretwell , 8, 142, 155. Freyston als . Richardson , 50. Frith , 13. Frithe , 154.

    Sessions, 1616, 17 and 20 February, 20 April 1615-26 February 1616

    of Edmund Noblett, late prisoner, by the oath of William Earth, Thomas Dagger, Thomas Amesday, Thomas Risbie, Thomas Price, John Fretherne, John Stocke, John Cox, John Cops, John Dayrell, John Sydway, Joseph Goffe, Jonathan Allde, Edward Barnes and Richard Glassopp,

    General Index, C, D, E, F, G, 27 July 1614-30 August 1616

    109 Frend [Freinde, Frynde ] -, John, 59, 231 -, Thomas, 336 Frenzborne , Ann, 340 Freshwater , Thomas, 340 Fretherne , John, 168 Friday , John, 185 -, William, 302 Friday Street , 99 Frier [Fryar ] -, Edward,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    or two B64 T omwills board andl attendance; near chureh sad, Rival re- Fevern; every eccommroilation. Torsos moderate.-Addrcess, MiN Smith, Fretherne. near Storielsouse. 06 "o rTW` Fieremisled Rtooms to Let, near Railwauy Station, at 599 St. iis. i.Paulas Road. West Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    10 Let, Fharmhouse Apartments (Board and Attendance), near ti A River Severn. Every reouirement. References In Birming- C 122 liam.-Cluttorbuck, Fretherne Ledge Farm, Stonehouee, Gloucester- - shire, c4884 V 07 a WTANTED, comfortably-furnished Apartments: Stratford or ( - t V Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is kaptO; at Cook and Houselsesper. Would not objecet toa business house. Age 48.-Addireas, with terms, A. P., 1, L Fretherne Villas, Amberflleyltoad. Worcester. c0402 tO TLLROO01l or Rousso Mdsd.-Situation Wanted. beoginning of nI exct month. Ago 23.-Address. Di SI. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Upper Pershore Rond. c__224 tEVEXRNSIDE.-Far-rhouse: Apart-ments, or Board and Thsi. S denna Pony, trap, boating, rishing, tennis, &c. - 1Bll, Fretherne, Stonebouso, Gloucestershire. T2NFI7R279SHED.-T,,D gool fotrs to let; sin rooms, every con- ) veoie'eoe.-Apply, 232, BroadStreet. C2335 VTARNA Bood, Edebaston.-Sittiog Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    style; plenoantly situated- Every attention-Wooduote, Upper Psrshoro Road. c9R24. EVERSID.-Fainhuse Apatmetsor Board &ad Resi. IS dace Poy, tapbeaingfshagtennis, &c. -Hall, Fretherne, Stonehossne, Glounetitrahire. 0316 YTTIFlRNISHED.-Tro good doors to let, et room~severy con.- IL)vezience.-APply, 232, Broa~dStreet. C33. IABIWA Road, Edgbaston.-Sitting and Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CLIFFORD, James, of Frampton-on-Severn, Glos.

    John Taylor, the chaplain who served the chapel of Saul near Fretherne. This event may well have had something to do with his subsequent quarrel with the rector of Fretherne, William Fairoak, who several years later alleged that Clifford had

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 4 Gul. IV - 17 Vict. Vols. LXV - LXXXV

    Natu- balization (H.L.) 1834 LXVI. Fraserburgh Har- bour. Freethorpe Inclo- sure. Fresh Wharf Con- veyance Amend- ment. See Bills, Public. Fretherne and Saul Inclosure. Frilford Inclosure Frogmore Lodge. See Bills, Public. Frome, Yeovil, and Weymouth Rail- wat (No. 1). 1839 Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 4 Gul. IV - 17 Vict. Vols. LXV - LXXXV

    No. 4. FREEN. See Beveridge v. Freen et al. FREETHORPE. See Bills, Local, Ac. FRESH WHARF CONVEYANCE. See Bills, Public. FRETHERNE. See Bills, Local, Ac. FRIAR. See Gret kt al v. Friar. FRIARS BRIDGE. See Bills, Local, Ac. (Folly or Subscribers-only content

    20 February 1797, 20 February 1797

    of SUmbridge, Frampton upon Severn, Fretherne, Saul, Wheatenhurst, Moreton- Valence, and Standish, and for authorizing the said Canal Company to deviate from the Line described as aforesaid, within the said Parishes of'Slimbridge, Frampton upon Severn, Fretherne, Saul, Wheatenhurst, Moreton-Valence, and Subscribers-only content

    24 February 1797, 24 February 1797

    in the Plan annexed to the Petition, whereby the deep cutting in the several Parishes of Slimbridge, Frampton upon Severn, Fretherne, Saul, Wheatenhurst, Moreton Valence, and Standish, may be avoided, Advantages would accrue to the Land Owners, the Line of Subscribers-only content

    18 February 1825, 18 February 1825

    near a place called Tramiload Passage, upon the River Severn, in or through the parishes of Saul, Framp- ton-upon-Severn, Arlingham, Fretherne, Whitminster or IVheatenhurst, Eastington, Frocester, Leonard Stanley, King Stanley, Stonehouse, Sapperton, Frampton, Mansell, Randwick, Stroud and Rodborough, to Dudbridge, Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    William Lovinggam, 0/0/1561

    Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Lovinggam Forename William Title Priest Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 0/0/1561 Office/Status Rector Location Fretherne// OTHER INFORMATION Source CCC, MS 97 (Clerical Survey) Ordinary / Jurisdiction (Sede Vacante)/Gloucester 0- 0 Comment R: yM: nLP:Preaches: n PL: n

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