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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Lew Charities for the poor

    Lew Charities for the poor CHARITIES FOR THE POOR. Lew 's share of George Thompson 's and Leonard Wilmot 's charities 25 was represented in the late 18th century and early 19th by 'dole money' of £1 o s .

    Lew Nonconformity

    prosperous farmer William Wise , and Joseph Briscoe (d. 1715) of Lew left land at Alvescot to benefit poor Quakers attending the Witney and Alvescot meetings. 8 Two Lew inhabitants belonged to the Congregational church at Witney in 1835 and

    Lew Education

    Lew Education EDUCATION. An interdenominational day school was opened in 1856 in the Congregational chapel, which was leased for a nominal rent. 13 From 1858 to 1865 the school was moved to a nearby cottage, but following disputes over

    Lew Manor and other estates

    Lew Manor and other estates MANOR AND OTHER ESTATES. Until the 19th century much of Lew belonged to the royal manor of Bampton and to its successor Bampton Earls. 79 A separate estate in Lew and Weald , built up

    Lew Local government

    Lew Local government LOCAL GOVERNMENT. From the 13th century to the early 19th tenants of Bampton Earls manor attended that manor's Bampton court, which in the 17th century and probably later appointed a constable, tithingman, and herdsman. Tithingmen for

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y Patch. Richard- Tib- > '-bri~i~inbry'llnistr =N~ojvo elfe ~(At.:TThemasj yn proffesu deail ytermau yza. Hysb'yeai Tibbot y Gy. manfa fod Lew te an, Liaidlugenjn hyle teyruias y _ diafk4ad-yna 1aw e~diiWVW yyn orfoleddus iawvn yn ylL1 afair:i -fdina it iwdi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y Xnjtyroioleth yna T- yomas, indyed -i'w bpiey'd, ;y e yntaue wed o- I.f antais: batbn gd~il-'giernyd Yr Unde: er Lew isorod yrgl ( ?a . hn syddayn Dory lorio roywo h bregethaf wyrtcha s : r, adiddo -aiaroeuatfbd Yatraca Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gana lynol :-1 John Hughes, Cwnavon, 2 D. R. am l' 'Aberaeron: 3, W."Je'nl'ns', 4n 4. Rhysys,~f4aesteg, 5 . Lew is, Sir ]Fvynwy,' Wl. hlams, Llansamlet, 7 E. H. Evans, Dna Yry dym yn dea, I'Vi ar~ow~,gaelbod'~ ni bpyphan Subscribers-only content


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