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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Sapperton Nonconformity

    Downs Farm 65 and it continued in use in 1971 when the congregation numbered 24. 66 See Glos. R.O., PA 282/1; Rudd, Bisley with Lypiatt , 301. Compton Census. Hockaday Abs. cccxxxi. Inscr. on chapel. Ex inf. the chapel sec.

    Stroud Manors and other estates Lypiatt Park form in the early 18th century

    Lypiatt manor in 1324 9 were presumably on the site of Lypiatt Park . Thomas Whittington was described as of Lypiatt at his death in 1491 , 10 and his successors usually made Lypiatt their chief residence. In 1624

    Bisley Churches

    Worc. Episc. Reg., Reg. Brian, i, f. 100. Hockaday Abs. cxxiv. Rudd, Bisley with Lypiatt , 162. G.D.R., V 5/46 T 6. Rudd, Bisley with Lypiatt , 162. Hockaday Abs. cxxiv. Verey, Glos . i. 114. Cal. Papal Regs .

    Stroud Local government and public services

    some years. 36 The court baron of Thomas Freame 's Nether Lypiatt manor was mentioned in 1649 , 37 but no court rolls for that, the Hospitallers' Nether Lypiatt manor, or Paganhill manor, are known to survive. In the case

    Bisley Manors and other estates

    1. Glos. R. O., D 182/III/20. Rudd, Bisley with Lypiatt , 95. Glos. R.O., D 745/M 7. Rudd, Bisley with Lypiatt , 55-7; cf. below, p. 92. Rudd, Bisley with Lypiatt , 57-9. E 315/394 f. 123. Dom Bk .

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    STEPHENS, Thomas (?1672-1720), of Lypiatt, nr. Stroud, Glos.

    STEPHENS, Thomas (?1672-1720), of Lypiatt, nr. Stroud, Glos. Constituency Dates Gloucestershire 1713 24 Feb 1720 Biography Thomas Stephens was descended from the younger branch of an old Gloucestershire family, seated at Lypiatt since the early seventeenth century.[footnote] Both his father

    COXE, John (?1695-1783), of Lower Lypiatt, Glos.

    (?1695-1783), of Lower Lypiatt, Glos. Constituency Dates Cirencester 6 June 1749 1754 Ofifces Held Clerk of the letters patent 1728-d. Biography Coxe was put up by his cousin, Thomas Master, for Cirencester at a by-election in 1749. Though ‘not agreeable

    THROCKMORTON, John II, of Lypiatt, nr. Stroud, Glos.

    in 1593. In that year, his house, which stands near the church in Lypiatt, was robbed by a gang led by one Thomas King. The Throckmortons of Lypiatt were related to the senior branch of the family at Coughton, Warwickshire.

    COXE, Charles (?1661-1728), of Lower Lypiatt, Glos.

    (?1661-1728), of Lower Lypiatt, Glos. Constituency Dates Cirencester 1698 1705 Cirencester 1708 10 Dec. 1709 Cirencester 23 Dec. 1709 1713 Gloucester 1713 1722 Ofifces Held Clerk of the letters patent 1699-d.; serjeant-at-law 1700; puisne justice of Brecknock 1702-4, c.j. 1704-14.

    STEPHENS, John (1603-79), of Lypiatt, Glos. and Pump Court, Middle Temple.

    (1603-79), of Lypiatt, Glos. and Pump Court, Middle Temple. Constituency Dates Tewkesbury 3 Oct. 1645 Gloucestershire 1659 Bristol 1660 Ofifces Held Commr for assessment, Glos. 1643-52, 1657, Jan. 1660-d., Essex Aug. 1660-1, sequestration, Glos. 1643, levying of money 1643, execution

  • * British History Online * *

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    Tables, January to December 1766, 01 January 1766-31 December 1766

    Hodnet, Elizabeth Housebreaking Do. Do. Bury, John Horse-stealing Do. Do. Lloyd, Mary Shoplifting Do. Do. Rosier, John Sheep-stealing Do. Reading Lypiatt, George Do. Do. Gloucester Yemm, John Do. Do. Do. Burke, William Robbery Do. Stafford Benson, George Do. Do. Do. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Good rofercnecs.-Address, 15i, Daily Post. rS162 I OOT,TRADE.-Wanted. by an ol eenrced yeoueg Lady Situa- L htten as Saleswomaa.-G.. 0, Lypiatt Streot, Tivuli Cbelten- barn, .S IE REWRIt (~Working) Seeks Re-engagement in brewery: the- rouhTly experienced. Good reference. Moderato sulary.- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tooeuhb,Lowtber Castle, Fenrith), CesaberIland, gutda~eman. Burton, Harli, Speidwvick, Hants, butcher. Etirtt, Miso Diania, Clenstone, liaar Blansiford. Bushell, M5110 Caroline, I. Lypiatt Streot, Uheltenhamf. Bus-heil, Miss Naomi, f, yplatt Street, Chelteuaisini. SQushtel, Walter, 3, Lyplatti Street, Cheiteiluhals, irnmonculger. Buschen, Mica Beosy, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Vor to lenageg Liqeor Vauelto, Ton yearn' experieece fin wbole. oslo aced retali. Flost-oles~s refore-es.o-ApOly. X. Y. Z., Air. titeplsene. Lypiatt Terrac, Malvern htoed, W~orceetel'. _____6734 'U OTB~iS ltnoc1 ago- 15 said -16 reqecire to Learn goed aid locera- -~live Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to discourage disorder and restore peace. CONSERVATIVTE DEMONSTRATION AT 2ST1KO'UD, y A demonstration on a large scale took place at Lypiatt .0 Park, Stroud, the residence of Sir J. E. Dorington, on ;t Thursday, in celebration of the return of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LONDON GAZETTE, Satirday Jitne 16. LIST OF BIANKRU PTS. POL.LtiK John, nf Adarn's-couet, Btuad street, in tile city of Llaitdo. l irorcltoit, (carty inc eni trade ill parttecrs!lip soiitt llHeory IIau, and flerard John Dcwitte, under tibe frinr of Subscribers-only content

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