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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Anglo-Saxon Gloucester c.680 - 1066 GLOUCESTER c. 1000 A.D.

    coins, said to have been found at Kingsholm , was so large that it must represent the taxes of a wide region 53 and implies a significant administrative centre . Excavations at Kingsholm have uncovered evidence of large timber buildings

    Gloucester Outlying hamlets LONGFORD AND TWIGWORTH c. 1855

    a barn at Kingsholm were fired or pulled down along with houses nearer the city, 127 and in 1672 only eight houses, one of them new, were assessed for hearth tax in Kingsholm . 128 In 1801 Kingsholm had a

    Gloucester Topography, 1547-1720

    north gate in Newland and Fete Lane, and in Brook Street , 69 houses; and beyond Alvin gate and in Kingsholm hamlet 17 houses. 9 The destruction outside the gates was probably not total, however: a few early timber cottages

    The city of Gloucester Introduction

    site of Gloucester castle, later the county gaol. Lying outside the borough were the hamlets of Twigworth , Longford , Kingsholm , Wotton , Barton Street , and Tuffley , and a number of extraparochial places, all of them having

    Gloucester Modern parish churches

    St. Luke the Less was consecrated. 98 The church is treated below as St. Stephen, its later dedication. St. Mark, Kingsholm . The church, begun in 1846 and consecrated in 1847 , was built by the Diocesan Church Building Association;

  • * British History Online *

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    Historical Collections, Military action in 1643

    two wounded. In the Afternoon Captain Gray with 150 Musqueers fallied over the Works upon the Worcester Forces Quarters at Kingsholm , marched up to their Main-Guard and burnt it, kill'd Captain Rumney , and 8 or 9 common Soldiers,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr Gardiner's Aneo- dotes of T. Moore. G. Historical Notes on the Retaining of Counsel. 7. Roman Antiquities found at Kingsholm, near Gloucester. 8. Remains of Normen Cross at Pirseall, co. York (with an Engrasing). 9. The Bourne Stream near Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ON 51OULDERS.-WANTED, Six or Right good HANDS, im- m ediately. Non. club men preferred.-Apply to John M. Bltt a.ed Co,, Kingsholm Ironworks, Glou cester.05 267 'EANTED, a MOULDER, need to ail kinds of Machine Costing, WI Apsply at 1151, Digbeth. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    c421,. T1 Ireomougers,-WANTED, a8lTUATIONan Asslatant, orto 1 mnarage a Branch Eatablisobnent. Elevon yearn' experience.- Addrens, J. S., 2, Denmark Road, Kingsholm, Gloucester. c4037 nIo Furnlnhing and Genernl Ironmongere.-WANTED to ii APPRENTICE, a YOUTH, aged 16, to a good Town Businenos, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eighteen coun- cillors and sixald tneen, anditwasproposed to increase thatniuanber to twenty-seven councillors and nine aldermen. This little district of Kingsholm. St. Catherinles, was the only one of those interested who raised any objection to the scheme proposed. It was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ritE1 'eCigorna, by Gentleman trav~elln through North and Sooth Waeadcattng on TobaccanVsts. Ot all1 the Year round.- Apply, Fred. Herbert, Kingsholm, Gloucester. cdSS7 POf5GsflfSlSIONS Wanted, by Traveller, worhing ~Birmigham and 'I)district ; Isnowing best and medium gr~omrs.-Address. 454, CGiENTLEMA.N (yooog) Subscribers-only content

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