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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Over Stowey Education

    13 in 1978 when the school was closed. 45 The building became the village hall. Quantock independent school at Quantock Lodge 46 was open in 1986 . Ibid. DD /HC (N/28). Ibid. D/P/stogs 4/1/2; Char. Com. reg. Educ. of Poor

    Brewham Lodge

    Brewham Lodge BREWHAM LODGE The extra-parochial district of Brewham Lodge was formerly part of Brewcombe Walk in Selwood forest. 83 The walk was named after the shallow valley down which the river Brue flows from its source near the summit

    The colleges and halls Selwyn

    was opened only 64 of these, in the western range, had been built, and in the absence of a Master's Lodge a number of them had to be used to accommodate the Master. In the first year the College had

    Durston Economic history

    were held in multiple tenancies: Warr's farm was shared by 5 tenants, Lodge by 3, Frog Lane by 2. Samuel Kidner , who actually farmed most of Lodge , was then also tenant of 4 other holdings, his total acreage

    Hanwell Roman catholicism

    Turnham Green began to serve a chapel dedicated to St. Augustine . This stood by St. George's Road beside Clifden Lodge (now the presbytery), and still survives as rooms used for various parish activities. 44 Later the chapel was served

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oynorthwyo gweddwon as amddi- fad pregethwyr. Gohiriwyd ystyriaeth o hyn tan y cy- farfod nesaf. Enwyd y Parehedigion D. Roberts, Lodge, a M. Jones Flint, i fyned dros y sir i gymdeith- asfa Machynlleth. Dymunwyd arEvan Powell, Yew., Wrexham, fyned Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2 o'r gloch cafwyd cyfarfod i barotoi at it; y cyfarfodydd dyfoecol, a dechreuwyd gan y Parch. Inu D. Roberts, Lodge. Treuliwyd y cyfarfod yma 3 ymron yn gwbl i ymholi pa beth oedd teirlad y sir- n- oedd gyda Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    weinidogaeth. Tristawyd y cyfar- yn. fod yn fawr trwy glywed fod ein hanwyl a pharched- w ig frawd Daniel Roberts, Lodge, yn wael iawn, ac yn ra debyg o farw yn fuan. Anfonwyd cenadwri ato i d. ddangos cydymdeimlad dyfnaf Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y Basin cyfesol, prold y Perch; 0. flvats, Mfostyn, ar forth. Ar y 17eg cfdsol, priod fr. Samcel Micgans, Ynyscidwyn Lodge, Ystradgynlais, an forth. Gelwirbhi ' anne."t h .. Ar y ldfed cisso priod Mer. Menry Morris, 18 Sogantium Terrcace Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y claddedigaetb fel y canlyn: - Yn I ngbapel Lodge, darlIenwyd a gweddiwyd gnua7 Parch. c Benjamin Jones, Bagillt, yr hwn a wnaeth sylwadau tra phriodol i'r ampgyichiad. Cycbwynwyd o'r Lodge oddeatu baner awr wedi un o'r gloch. a chyrhaeddwyd Subscribers-only content

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Actes and Monumentes of the church.

    so departed: and I to the porters lodge agayne. The next day in the morning, which was the first daye of Iuly, the byshop dyd call me him selfe from the porters Lodge, commaūding me to make me ready to

    Queene Mary. The life and story of D. Cranmer Archb. of Canterbury, Martyr.

    not. Sir Thomas straight wayes went to Lambeth, and as hee came to the gate, the Porter being in the Lodge, came out and conueied him to the Hall, which was throughly furnished and set, both with houshould seruauntes and

    Book 6, page 1822 (1563)

    feare and doubt out of my mynde, of whom som eyther suffered or fauored in quene Maryes tyme, as master Lodge, master Hawes master Machel, M. Chester. &c. An other was before these, one called M. Humfrey Mummouth a ryght

    Q. Mary. The ij. and iij. Examination of Richard Woodman Martyr.

    then God would geue thē leaue: And so I bad my prison felowes fare wel, & went into the Porters Lodge to the Marshal, Woodman deliuered to one of the Lord Mountagues men.& he deliuered me to one of his

    Queene Mary. The examinations and aunsweres of Richard Woodman Martyr.

    me, then God would geue them leaue: And so I bad my prison fellowes farewell, and went into the Porters Lodge to the Marshall, and he deliuered me to one of his owne men, and to one of my Lord


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