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  • * Victoria County History *

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    North Bradley

    . 1744, leaving Langham to his son Edward. 45 By 1792 it had passed to Edward's son, another Edward, of Mangotsfield (Glos.). 46 Four years later he sold it to Samuel Day of Hinton Charterhouse (Som.), 47 but no later

    Roads Turnpike roads

    the same session, 1755-6 , with a long line of road beginning at Christian Malford and ending near Pucklechurch and Mangotsfield on the Bristol coalfield (30). Why the eastern limit of this trust should be at Christian Malford is not

    Railways

    1824 and resulted in the formation of the London and Bristol Rail-Road Co. 1 The route, through Mangotsfield , Marshfield , Wootton Bassett , and the Vale of White Horse to Wantage and Wallingford , was surveyed by John Loudon

    Index K-Z

    (fl. 1200), Geof. (d. 1246), John, Ralph (d. 1280), Ralph (d. by 1299 ), Rob., Thos., Wm., Maners, see Manners Mangotsfield (Gloucs.), Manley , Rob., Mann (Manne), W. H., Wm., Manners (Maners), de, John, Rob., Mappowder (Dors.), March , earls

    Index A - Z

    Mandeville , Geof. de, earl of Gloucester and Essex (d. 1216), 394, 458; Isabel de, see Isabel; Roger de, 394 Mangotsfield (Glos.), 260, 280 Manners , Francis, earl of Rutland (d. 1632), 147 Manning , Edw., 427 Manningford , 37,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    1 March 1756, 1 March 1756

    intituled, " An Aft for Pnckk amending and keeping in repair the Roads leadingRoad> BU" from Mead Brook, which divides the Parifhes of Pucklcchurch and Mangotsfield in the County of Ghucefler, to Chriflian Mti'ford Bridge in the County " Of Subscribers-only content

    2 March 1756, 2 March 1756

    amending and keeping in Repair the Roads leading " from Mead Brook, which divides the Pariflies of " Pucklechurch and Mangotsfield, in the County of Glou- " cefier, to Chriftian Malford Bridge in the County of " Wilts, and alfo Subscribers-only content

    2 March 1756, 2 March 1756

    amending and keeping in Repair the Roads leading " from Mead Brook, which divides the Parifhes of " Pucklechurch and Mangotsfield, in the County of " Gloucefler, to Chriftian Malford Bridge in the County " of Wilts, and alfo from Subscribers-only content

    5 March 1756, 5 March 1756

    and keeping in Repair the Roads leading*0*1' allS ' Brook, which divides the Pariflies of the from Mead Pucklechurch and Mangotsfield, in the County of Gloucefler, to Chrifiian Malfird Bridge in the County of Wilts, and alfo from Pucklechurch aforefaid Subscribers-only content

    9 March 1756, 9 March 1756

    amending and keeping in Repair " the Roads leading from Mead Brook, which divides " the Pari(hes of Pucklechurch and Mangotsfield, in the " County of Gloucefier, to Chriflian Malford Bridge in " the County of Wilts, and alfo from Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BLOUNT, Robert I (by 1508-58), of Inkpen, Berks.

    and widespread family. His grandfather’s estate at Mangotsfield, Gloucestershire, passed eventually to Robert’s cousin, Margaret, who married Sir John Hussey. His father lived at Dyrham but had a house called Foysters Court in Mangotsfield, held of the King, which he

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    unknown Moseley, 21/7/1748

    Moseley Forename unknown Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason resignation Date 21/7/1748 Office/Status Perpetual Curate Clerical Status Location Mangotsfield// OTHER INFORMATION Source BRO, Ep/A/5/1/2 (Institution Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Butler, Joseph/Bristol 1738- 1750 Comment Note in testimonials column:

    Walter Rainstrop, 21/12/1769

    Rainstrop Forename Walter Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 21/12/1769 Office/Status Perpetual Curate Clerical Status Location Mangotsfield// OTHER INFORMATION Source BRO Ep/A/1/1 () Ordinary / Jurisdiction Newton, Thomas/Bristol 1761- 1782 Comment 9 Dec 1769 commission to

    William Moseley, 19/2/1765

    Forename William Title clerk Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 19/2/1765 Office/Status Perpetual Curate Clerical Status Location Mangotsfield// OTHER INFORMATION Source BRO Ep/A/1/1 () Ordinary / Jurisdiction Newton, Thomas/Bristol 1761- 1782 Comment Jan 31 1765 Commission to

    Christopher Haynes, 28/3/1806

    Forename Christopher Title clerk Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 28/3/1806 Office/Status Perpetual Curate Clerical Status Location Mangotsfield// OTHER INFORMATION Source BRO, EP/A/1/2 (Act Book 1782-1810) (Episcopal Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Pelham, George/Bristol 1803- 1807 Comment

    Thomas Brooke, 3/9/1822

    Forename Thomas Title clerk Qualification DD University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason cession Date 3/9/1822 Office/Status Perpetual Curate Clerical Status Location Mangotsfield// OTHER INFORMATION Source BRO, EP/A/1/13 (Act book 1810-36) (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Kaye, John/Bristol 1820- 1827 Comment

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Devonsh. grocer. [White & Whitmore, Lincoln's-inn. E. E. Pollard, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, corn-merchant. [Cuvehe & Enfield, Gray's-inn. C. Pierce and J. Woodward, Mangotsfield, Gloucestersh. road-contractors. [White & Whitmore, Lincoln's inn-Ilelds. A. Cunningham, Liverpool, bricklayer. [Chester, Staple-inn. B . Hobday, Birmin gh am Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Chancery lane.[PiipSela, T. Treanor, Birmingham, hardwareman. [Philipps, Sloe lane, J Ausctilerrnyche.ter coach proprietor. [Milne and Co. Temple. N. Hedges. Downend, Mangotsfield, Gloucestershire, tailor. [Poole and Gamlen, Gray's inn square. J. Magnus, Ramrsgate, Kent, linen draper. [Sole, Alderman- T. Tardy, Redditch, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the pit for their daily work.-Anotlher shocking accident to four men took place the same night, at the Shortwvood Colliery, Mangotsfield, about six Miles fromn Bristol. Tlhe accident was caused by the breaking of some teeth in the co-vlieel of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Trueman, the driver of the mail train, was recalled, and recapitulated some of his former evi- dence. As he approached Mangotsfield station he observed sparks lflying from the engine-axle, and stopped the train to ascertain the cause. . He then Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    him, the ticket having been sent through the post. Ax ACCIDENT BETEL AN EXCURSION TRAIN on Monday evening near the Mangotsfield station of the Midland Railway, by which about a dozen passengers received contusions, and one of them, Mr Williams, Subscribers-only content

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