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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Blaisdon Introduction

    , was united with Flaxley parish in 1935 ; the boundary between the two parishes had roughly followed the Longhope brook. 1 Previously, in 1883 , Blaisdon had taken in a detached part of Flaxley , covering 45 a. with


    the eastern side and included Abenhall grove, which adjoined extensive woods in Longhope and Flaxley . 20 Wilk wood, on the south side of the valley of Longhope brook, was mentioned in 1458 . 21 Its ownership was divided between

    Blaisdon Manors and other estates

    in Domesday Book but may have then formed part of William son of Baderon's manor of Longhope . 39 The manor of BLAISDON was apparently included in the knight's fee which Richard of Blaisdon and Walter son of Robert held

    Blaisdon Economic history

    water-mill recorded on the Abenhall 's estate in the early 14th century 28 was perhaps at Blaisdon Mill on the Longhope brook at the south end of the village; there was certainly a mill there by 1652 . 29 Blaisdon

    Mitcheldean MITCHELDEAN AREA 1880

    cottage belonged, under a grant probably of 1490, to Longhope parish 82 and between 1828, when the building was demolished and its site incorporated in the churchyard, and 1865 Mitcheldean paid Longhope a rent of 25 s . 83 A

  • * British History Online * *

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    Treasury Books and Papers, May 1744, 01 May 1744-31 May 1744

    by William Welch, of Longhope; John James, of Abenhall; John Rice, of Longhope; Henry Martin, of Flaxley; Joseph Butcher, of Abenhall; Thomas Yem, of Mitcheldean; William Lane, of same; William Jelf, of Ruardean; Joseph Underwood, of Longhope; William Beard, of

    Cases brought before the committee, September 1649, 01 September 1649-30 September 1649

    121 2 18 Dec. County commissioners to take examinations, and return them. 9 289 Rich. Perke, Michell Deane,; John Nurse, Longhope,; Thos. Payne, Huntley,; Peter Langley, Lydney,; Ant. Hamons, Do.; Thos. Lewis, Do.; Wm. White, Do. all Co. Gloucester. 5 Subscribers-only content

    General Index, G, 01 May 1672-30 September 1672

    Hall at, Cleeve, Clonwell, Deerhurst, Dursley, Dymock, Elington, Glastry, Bristol, Gloucester, Hope, Horsley, Horton, Huntley, King's Stanley, Little Dean, Longford, Longhope, Marshfield, Oddington, Paynswick, Ruardean, Shipton, Stretton, Tedbury, Tewkesbury, Wickham, Wickwar, Winchcombe, Woodland, Wotton-under-Edge request for licences by Congregational ministers Subscribers-only content

    Index, L, 01 January 1741-31 December 1745

    824. -, Stephen, 710. -, William, 27, 840. Long Melford (Suffolk) , 142. Longbridge , Edmund, royal bounty to, 25. Longhope (Dean Forest), 483 4. Longman , William, 847. Longtown (Cumberland) , 213. Longuist [Lundguist ] , Peter, Page of

    General Index, W, Y, Z, 01 May 1672-30 September 1672

    of, Frome Selwood, Somerset, licence to Wayne , Gabriel, house of, Cutthorpe, Derbyshire, licence to Weale , Hannah, house of, Longhope, Gloucestershire, licence to Weatherell , James, master of a Whitby ship Weaver , Graves, house of, Jerusalem Alley, Gracechurch Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    jacket and trousers, and engaged as cook in a vessel bound to Orkney for herrings. She left the vessel at Longhope, and came to Stromness, where she failed in getting a ship to take her as a boy. She then Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    year. On the 6th inst. at Edinburgh, Lieat -Gen. Sir Archibald Campbell, G C.B. On Thursday last, at Manor House, Longhope, Gloucester- shire, the Veny Rev. John Prohyn, in his eighty-second year. The deanery is one of the least lucrative Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Essex, John Spicer, Esq., late Captain of the 9th Lancers, to Juliana, daughter of the late Rev. E. Probyn, of Longhope, Gloucestershire. At Knightsbridge, the Rev. Charles B. Stevenson, rector of Callan, Ireland, to Mary, second daughter of the late Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Perowme Street and King Stall, Cambridge, builder. ERES BEccii BotuLn, Highn Street, Cheitenham, baker and confectioner. JOHN BAcu)W, , Longhope, Gloocestershire, wood- turner and sawyer. r W11LAX A.nSlUOaD, Great Grimsby, smackowner and Sfish merchant. . WILLIAM BROWuING, Grafton Street, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    us Flotilla Lord Lincoln nos Eccola *Mir. Bland's Maid of Honour Mr. Lowe's Ancestor *"ir. Brown Us Llmeflosser Mr. Matthews's Longhope Mir. Bryan's Gauntlet Mr. Mellon's Wildflower Mr. Bryan's Clarmtone Mr. Morris's Biddy Nutts Mir. Butt ne Mayfly Mr. Parr's Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    A Copy of a Rental of the Estates late Lord Derwentwater’s in the Counties of Northumberland and Cumberland. To be Sold before the Commissioners and Trustees for the Forfeited Estate..., 11 June 1731

    Appurtenances. j^£/2 /F£/Yjfe7/ and £<5fawv/ Gra?# Widow 5P&?r/2#, Bag Raw —— — y<5&/z G/rra, Hackford -—— /^7//£7^ and Widow i?<?//, Longhope Gfl9r£* Gi^/3«, Weftwood, ditto — /F/7/. and G^rg? Z/?^, Highwood JV/V/S. /5T<p/</<9#, Aydon-Sheilds J//V£. Ate^/km and G6r. AWi»f, Rowlyhead Subscribers-only content

    2 July 1825, 2 July 1825

    Military Service de veteri " feofFamento; and by Inquisition, 2d of Edward the « First, it appears that Gilbert had Longhope and Redlegh, " m Gloucesters^re> which he held of the Honor of " Monmouth ; and Eggleswale Manor, Linton Subscribers-only content

    7 April 1829, 7 April 1829

    of Cavan, whose Names are thereunto subscribed : Longhope Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Minister and & Abinghall: Churchwardens and some of the principal Inhabitants of the Parishes of Longhope and Abinghall, in the County of Gloucester, whose Subscribers-only content

    Index, 10 December 1829

    Street Chapel, Lincoln's Inn Fields ; Mountmellick; and Bedworth, 363. — Devonish; Tottenham Court Chapel; Magheross ; Killesan- dra ; Longhope and Abinghall; Chapel, Commonhall Street, Chester; Stonham parva; Dissenters, Bearfield; Methodists, Bradford; Keady and Derrynoose; Baptists, Bradford; Claremont Street Subscribers-only content

    18 April 1833, 18 April 1833

    Parish of Bangor, Ireland, whose Names are thereunto subscribed : Longhope Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Rector, Curate, &Abinghall: Churchwardens and other Inhabitants of the Parishes of Longhope and Abinghall, in the County of Gloucester, whose Names are Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MASSINGER, William (1514/15-93/94), of Gloucester.

    Gloucester, a modest estate in the neighbouring villages of Newent, Swindon and Trenley, with a moiety of lands in Abenhall, Longhope and Magna Dean, part of which had been conveyed before his father’s death to a number of feoffees including


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