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You searched for: Place: Greenway, Date from: 1800-01-01, Date to: 1900-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Tockenham

    Clay and Red Down Iron Sand, which extend southward to Greenway and Tockenham Farms. There are outliers of Coral Rag northwest of Queen Court Farm , and immediately north of Greenway Farm, while east of Shaw Farm ( Lyneham ),

    Parishes West Hendred

    of Greenway . 9 It was pulled down before 1824. 10 A small stream rises near the hamlet and flows down to meet the Hendred Brook just outside the village. A water-mill on this stream was attached to the Greenway

    Hillingdon , including Uxbridge Education

    . 32 The school then adopted the name Bishopshalt and was constituted a grammar school. The Greenway premises were subsequently occupied by the Greenway County Secondary School. A second grammar school, Vyners Grammar School, Warren Road , just inside the

    The borough of Warwick Warwick from 1835

    the bank of Greenway , Smith and Greenway in 1887 . This caused much local distress in Warwick and Leamington. 94 After protracted examination and trial, reported in detail in the local press, Mr. G. C. Greenway , formerly town

    Horsham Education

    boys' school 1952; 2 amalgamated with Chesworth girls' school 1955 (see below). Primary schools opened after 1944. 3 Greenway county primary school, Greenway : opened 1950 4 for junior boys and girls from Victory Road school; 401 on roll in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    desk hardd iawn fel arwydd o'u teimladau da Iad * atoa'u hymlyniad wrtho. Y llywydd ydoedd vnd tua " Hughes, Greenway Rd, a'rarweinydd Mr. Uiss Mr. k. .s, PortlandSt. Cyflwynwyd yraurheg 3raff Jabez Jon. Movp gan Mr. R. W. Pritchtrd. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Shout. High Holborn, oilmall. il. Moore, Lucas-street, Cornmeicial-road, builder. Easton, Yorl-street, Bllackfriars-road, baker. 'Little, Bodilamn, Sussex, grocer. Porter, Bristol, barge-owner. Greenway, Plymouth-dock, brewer. 'P. Foster, Farningham, Kent, miller. Gi. Birki aw Howden, Yorkshire, currier. R. Paer B - ombard-street, merchant. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    addressed by return of post to Spetchley Park, Worcester, will find me. Your obedient, humble servant, GRANTLEY F. BENRKELEY. The Greenway, Nov. 6." "To the Hon. Grantley F. Berkeley, M.P., Spetchley Park, Worcester. Sir,-The only reply I think proper to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    company with Brenda, the pet of the drawing-room, a greyhound who won the Puppy stakes of her year at the Greenway, in Gloucestershire. A New Forest fawn, now ap- proximating to a doe, and, locally, almost the last of her Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Cecil Papers, March 1606, 05 March 1606-31 March 1606

    when F. Greenway alias Tesmond imparted to him all particulars, and Catesby only the general. Thus do you see that Greenway is now by the superintendent as guilty as we have averred him. He confesses also that Greenway told him


    him by reason of his accusations of Greenway. 7 This again asserts his innocence of having had any intelligence of the Plot from Catesby and his belief that what he heard from Greenway was given in confession only. Yet he

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    gift to the queen in 1556 was six boxes of marmalade and cordial. His daughter was the wife of alderman Greenway (see p. 405). P. 114. The Queen's return from Croydon . "Item, payde for ryngyng of the belles at

    Warrants etc., May 1697, 1-10, 01 May 1697-10 May 1697

    for Co. Worcester. Mr. Samuel Jones for Co. Hereford. Mr. Courthop, in or near London. Mr. Montague for Bucks. Hen. Greenway for Gloucestershire. Mr. John Clifton. Mr. William Spencer for Co. Warwick. Mr. Robt. Wright in Essex. Mr. Christopher Gardner

    Cecil Papers, June 1606, 16-30, 16 June 1606-30 June 1606

    House, yet how effected? Sir Clement Fisher and his company lately searched in Warwickshire at Mistress Heywood's, alias Smith's, for Greenway or Gerrard. A Gerrard and a priest was [ sic ] in the chamber where they searched, and so

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    2 May 1834, 2 May 1834

    Mr. Serjeant Merewether and Mr. Follett appearing as Counsel against the Bill ; The said Petition was read. Then Kelynge Greenway was called in ; and having been sworn, was examined as follows : (Mr. Harrison.) " I believe you Subscribers-only content

    2 May 1834, 2 May 1834

    Ac- " count?" " Yes." " Were you the Person that settled it from Time to " Time with Mr. Greenway ?" " I never settled the Account; I have merely gone " down and drawn Sums from the Bank." Subscribers-only content

    2 May 1834, 2 May 1834

    was directed, and I came up to assist " upon that Inquiry." " Was there a Petition of George Cattell Greenway and " Henry Robbins, which was against the Return of " Mr. Bolton King?" « Yes." " I speak Subscribers-only content

    22 May 1834, 22 May 1834

    tell it, I will be hanged if I can." " He was among the Fighters ?" « Yes." " Did Greenway come to your House at this Time ?" " Yes, he did." " How often ?" " Once; and Subscribers-only content

    5 June 1834, 5 June 1834

    544 5° Jimii. 1834. tt ti <c it ei a " What were the Orders given you by Atkins and Oram ?" " They were given to me on the Day that the Writ was issued." " How did Subscribers-only content


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