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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Cistercian monks The abbey of Flaxley

    monastery in Gloucestershire included the manors of Blaisdon , Wallmore, and divers lands and rents in Newnham , Polton , Howle , Goodrich , Climperwell, Arlingham , Dymock , Newland , Coleford , Staunton , and Little Dean , and

    Houses of Augustinian canons Abbey of Lilleshall

    canons also received scattered gifts of small properties in Tern in Atcham , Loppington , Eaton Constantine , Tibberton , Howle in Chetwynd, and Tong . 50 Their town property in Shrewsbury grew round the nucleus of St. Alkmund's lands

    Houses of Augustinian canons Abbey of Haughmond

    Longdon upon Tern, and from other tenants at Sugdon and Rodington , as well as Nagington Grange , land in Howle , and the manor of Peppering (Suss.). The abbot and canons continued to take a close interest in the

    Bradford Hundred The Hundred of Bradford c. 1831 Bradford Hundred

    Sugdon , 1/2 Withington , Gt. Wytheford (incl. Edgebolton and Muckleton ), and 1/2 L. Wytheford. Chetwynd (incl. Bearstone ), Howle , Moreton Corbet , Puleston , Sambrook (incl. Ellerton ), Stockton , and until some time between 1255 and

    Index A-J

    see Lilleshall Chetton , and see Faintree; Loughton Chetwynd : Sir Phil. de, fam., Chetwynd , Chetwynd Hall, and see Howle ; Sambrook chief agricultural officer , see county agricultural organizer Child's Ercall , see Ercall, Child's Childe's School ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CYMDEITHASFA Y DREFNEWYDD. TACHWEDD i4eg, 1Seg, a'ir 1eg. LLYWYDD;- PARCH. JOHN ROBERTS, TAIHEN. YSGRIFENYDD:- PARCH. JOHN OWEN, WYDDGRUG. ID12b Merchet. GYFARFOD Y GYMDEITHASFA AM DDAU O'R GLOCH. Dechreuwiyd y cyfarfodl gan y Parch. E. J. Evans, Penrbyndeudraeth. Galw enwvau Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "WANTED" CLASS of ADVBRTISEMENTk3 yor casectjOOttt Insertiolns of the olcsses of ena~ll Advertisement' a lstiulsriaed below the fololovinj are the mrpaidf chargesi:- _ M Mrds Once . ..... d. 1 7 to 32 Words, Once....: %O ~)ltoThre Iser~on.. I. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Bess us Jane Eyre Mr. Jones's Jupon Vest agst Mr. Carter us Stortoway Mr. Miller's Medina apst Mr. Blackett's Howle Lass Colonel North's Kate Cuthbert agst Mr. Dann's Downpour Mr. Mundell us George's Fancy agst Mr. Johnston us Harpstring Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hands were held up, and probahly thirty for the original preposition, which Teas declared carried.- M;Iesirs. Wilkes, Myatt, Brawn, Anson, Howle, and Stackhouse, with the vicar, with powver to add to their numbers, were constituted a cornnittee to conduct the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Terms moderate-Mes. Coiner, Bolder, Branlisome Terrace, Bournemouth West. 424 tBRINE-BATHS. - Comfortable Ap&rtments good cooking. Resloced terms for winter beasno.-Mcs. Howle, Witton Villt, Droitwich. d14 LMIAYS or Permasnery.-Board snd Rdence in superior fl furnished private house, facing sea, sooth aspect. Subscribers-only content

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