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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Ruardean

    4 In the west there was a dwelling at Marstow before 1293 when a man surnamed of Marstow lived in the parish. 5 His dwelling may have been at Great Marstow Farm, where there was a farmstead in the mid

    Index K-Z

    Wm. (d. 1219), earl of Pembroke , Wm. (d. 1231), earl of Pembroke , Wm., vicar of Awre , Wm., Marstow , see Ruardean Mason : Benj., John, Rachel, see Jones Massey , Edw., Matthews : Ann, John (d. 1639),

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    per- form the opening cereony. Swam FzvxR.-The London Gamte contains a Privy Council order notifying that the area at Glewatone-in- Marstow, Herefordshire, which was declared on the 16th October last to be infected with swine fever, is noes free from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'Union ; patrens, the Coventry Board of Guardian'. Rev. Wdilinm Shuttleworth Clarke, N.A., vicar of Welsh Newton and Llanrothall-vicar of Marstow and Pencoyd, lHerefortishire ; tatron, the Rev. Asgustine hey, MA., vicar of Selleck, Herefordshire. Rev. C. H. Mloineux, incsirbent Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rev. I. Bardsley, the Rev. J. Romilley Hall, the Rev. Dr. Garrett, the Rev. W. Simpson, the Rev. C. D. Marstow, and the Rev. Canon Gibson took part in the proceedings. A resolution in favour of simultaneous annual collections being Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rev. J. Bardsley, the Rev. J. Romilley Hall, the Rev. Dr. Garrett, the Rev. W. Simpson, the Rev. C. D. Marstow, and the Rev. Canon Gibson took part in tile proceedings. A resolution in favour of simultaneous annual collections being Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fast ap proaching its end. Mr. P. Vivian wvas a favour of establishing a joint protectorate in Egypt. Speaking at Marstow, "ear ply. month, yesterday, Sir Massey Lop(es 1M1p said that foreign nations had been c'ue to admire the splendid Subscribers-only content

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