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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Awre AWRE AND BLAKENEY 1880

    22 Hagloe tithing comprised only scattered farmsteads. Poulton Court , the site of a manor from the early Middle Ages, was later absorbed with almost the whole tithing into the large Hagloe estate, centred on the early 18th-century Hagloe House

    Bledisloe Hundred BLEDISLOE HUNDRED 1840

    of the gentry families who had dominated the Forest area in the 18th and 19th centuries. A smaller estate at Hagloe , in Awre , survived in the ownership of the Crown, but the Clanna estate, formed in the 19th

    Index A-J

    Etloe man. settlement, farms, Field Ho ., fields, fisheries, Gatcombe , Plate fisheries, inns, river trade, shipbuilding, greens, Hagloe , agric., Hagloe est., Poulton Ct., Poulton man., settlement, Hall Fm ., Hamstalls, Hawfield , Hayward , inc., inns, land reclaimed

    Index K-Z

    Dennis, Edw., rector of Abenhall , potteries , Potts , Lawr., lecturer of Newland , Poulton , see Awre : Hagloe Powell : John (fl. 1800), John (fl. 1860s), Thos., Thos. Symonds, Powis , Rog. of, Powlett , Wm., Poyntz

  • * British History Online *

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    Entry Book, December 1680, 2-9, 01 December 1680-31 December 1680

    and riot made upon the Customs officers of Bristol port at the house of James Kerrick, a farmer living at Hagloe in the parish of Awre, co. Gloucester, and the forcible rescue of a parcel of French wine and detention

    Index, K, 01 January 1679-31 December 1680

    e de Penancoet de, Duchess of Portsmouth, 696, 764; for issues to, see Taylor, Dr. J. Kerrick , James, of Hagloe, Gloucester, 758. Kerrybullock park (Cornwall), 745. Kersell , William, disbandment, 362, 825. Kersley (Kersly), James, disbandment, 351, 819. Ketcher

    Warrants, Letters, etc., 1740, January-March, 02 January 1740-31 March 1740

    His Majesty for tobacco bonds. North Britain Book XII. p. 482. Same to same from the inhabitants of Blakeney, Bidsloe, Hagloe, and Etloe, tythings in the parish of Awre in Dean Forest, Gloucester. Praying 250 l. as a treasury grant

    Index, H, 01 January 1735-31 December 1738

    of part of Devon, 313, 315, 424, 433, 543. Hadfield , Thomas, a felon, 172. Hagen , Godhard, 13, 79. Hagloe (Gloucester) , 295. Hague , The, 224; Resident at. See Dayrolle, J. Haines , John, 403. Hains , Henry,

    Index, H, 01 January 1679-31 December 1680

    George, fee farm, 783. Hadneyswood ; see Windsor Forest. Haggar (Hager), Ralph, tidesman, Bristol, 194. -, William, comptroller, Ipswich, 267. Hagloe (co. Gloucester), 758. Hague , the, 692 3, 718, 719, 726. Haigh (co. Lancs.), 324, 691. Hainault Walk ;

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    will be Pseaced in this Chureh- IF TIHZ Mrost¢nO BY The Lon. end Rev. W. if. LYTTELiTON, M,.t, Rector of Hagloe; A"D IN 'IE LVENING BY The Rev. JEREMIAH GILL. M.A., Incumbent of St. Michaels, Wartone. Collections will be made Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    twelves acres of land, bought for £7,000.; and Hawtield, a house and above 102 acres of land, adjoining the Crown's Hagloe estate in Glouceslershire, purchased for £7,140. Among the property let on lease are portions of the bed of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SIT UATIONfS VACANT. - r~t CostClerk- Wantecl. at once, for as large Engineering jfl5sn Ironfosltrding Establishment, In ,4asivth Sttaffordshire, anl ,:Pi~ce~ Frnle Cat Cark-Adrets sbltigage, clia4Uficatiaons, NVAj\TEDala i-1Factor's W~archouso. a thoroughly competent havYing a good knowiege ef the lock Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    biliousness, weak digestion, awld tiatulence, &c. Packete, d,, la, and 2s. eaelt. Family packets, bs.-Now Street, Birmingham, and No, 7, Hagloe Rsad. Agent for DAULOW'S MAGNETIC BANDS, for Rheumatic AfeoctiOlss. Broncasitis, &C. 111 ;FEBB'S WORCESTER ENCAUSTIC TILES, En a eveny Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    acres of land, bought for 70002. ; and Hawfield, a house and above 102 acres of land, adjoining the Crown's Hagloe estate, in Gloucestershire, purchased for 71462. Among the property let on lease are portions of the bed of the Subscribers-only content

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