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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Woolaston Nonconformity

    was an increase in nonconformity from that date. Between 1824 and 1844 eight other buildings were licensed, including houses at Netherend in 1825 and at Cone Mill in 1833 , and an Independents' meeting in 1830 . The first Bible

    Woolaston Education

    was a private house in 1969 . The school building at Gumstalls was replaced by a new National school at Netherend in 1862 . 11 Its income was low in 1864 and the rector had to make up the deficiency,

    Woolaston Introduction

    houses were built at Netherend between 1945 and 1958 , 41 including council houses erected by Lydney R. D.C. By 1969 73 council houses stood in two groups in Severn View Road and near the Netherend Inn , and apart

    Woolaston Economic history

    land belonged to the principal estate, but Plusterwine House , most of the land in the hamlets of Brookend and Netherend , and about one third of the cottages and lands enclosed from Woolaston Common were freehold. 21 Fifteen freeholders

    Woolaston Manor and other estates

    . By 1886 the Marling estate had been enlarged to include most of the parish except property at Brookend , Netherend , and part of Woolaston Common , 23 and a large proportion of it was bought by a syndicate

  • * British History Online *

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    North Westmorland, Catholic recusancy and Protestant Dissent

    called "Crosdormont" in the occupation of William Mounsey, valued at 16 per annum. Isabelle Dennyson, widow, possessing a house called "Netherend" in the parish of Orton. John Warwick, of Warwick Hall, co. Cumberland, esquire, possessing an estate at Bampton and

    Index, General - L-Z

    National Trust , 364. Naworth Hall , 382, 383. Nelson , Bridget, 290. John, 69, 290. Lancelot, 80. Thomas, 197. Netherend , Orton , 27. Nevil , George, 233, 338. Henry, 233. Ralph, 130. Richard, 233, 282. Robert, 138. Nevinson

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pien, shoe, bill, and lasting-pack manufaeturere.-Willshm Hartley King, Cheas. King, and Joseph John King, trsding as Jog3 King and Co., Netherend and Cradley, near Stourbridge, and else- B swhere, colliery proprietors acid blue and red brick nmanafacturers; as regards J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I CORRESPONDENCE NOCtS7 TO CORBALPONDEN2S.-Ao la inte- beler Wse be ado pnote bognt the lnsesd Wter* soG seresy.-u f th p soiety, for the amemut o. P. Editor k.ahea wies to qiesis ore yndther -, weiss ofai day," Hoe.ithe Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    advertiser on very moderate terns.-Address, Merchant, Advecrtiscr Office, Wrexharn. 02854 TI AIEWAY-WAGON Spring Setter Wanted.-Apply to Joseph ECKing and Co., Netherend Offices, near Cradtly 028 R AILWAY-SPRING Fitter Wanted; constant' to --, good, workmnn.-Apply, Manager, Duot Spring Works, Cardiff. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iditioni.__15-BacO l Commereial Buildings, Floodgate St. c0354 LIOR Salc!, cheap, horizontal Virnding-engine, good condition, 14I, L' cylinder, WOin. Etroke.-James Jones, Netherend, Crudley fEAI-E 'GLNE'. 3'r-h.p., Olin: in good condition, Can be seen VX worang.-Addren, A, 31, DolyPest. 05666 MACHINEY, TOOLS, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mrs. Hopkins, of Frederick Street, Harper's Hll, in this town On the 6th inst., after a few days' fdness, at Netherend, near Stour- bridge, Thomas, onlY surviving child of the late Mr. Thomas Wright, of Blackheath, near Rlowley. OSBORNE'S RAILWAY Subscribers-only content

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