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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Horsley Manor and other estates

    Another estate at Barton End comprising c . 130 a. was owned in 1685 by Charles Smith , of the Nibley family, 9 and may have been part of the earlier property. An estate at NUPEND was owned by Richard

    Houses of Cistercian monks The abbey of Kingswood

    , the granges of Ilbery, Bagston, Redge, Hyll, Hazleton, Calcot , and land and rents in Acton , Wotton , Nibley , Dursley , Berkeley , Stone, Newport , Tetbury , Bley, Bristol , and Gloucester , and the rectory

    Awre AWRE AND BLAKENEY 1880

    roadside hamlet of Nibley had been established by the early 17th century, 81 with a corn mill at the bottom of the Blackpool brook valley one of the earliest buildings. 82 Nibley Farm (in 1989 called Old Nibley Farmhouse) on

    Haresfield Manors and other estates

    and shooting towards the moat'. 9 The house and estate passed to Robert's daughter Elizabeth who married Edward Smith of Nibley ; Elizabeth as a widow held the estate c . 1710. 10 On her death in 1719 she devised

    Religious Houses Houses of Augustinian canonesses

    same earl. 26 In Gloucestershire Margaret, daughter of Robert son of Harding, gave the land of Baldwin de Nibley in North Nibley c . 1200 to provide an annual pittance for the nuns at Whitsun, and a few years later

  • * The History of Parliament *

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

    Robert Coxe for £800, but most of the others were still in his possession in 1608 when John Smith of Nibley compiled his muster roll for the county. Throckmorton was assessed at £20 for the subsidy in 1593. In that

    CLIFFORD, James, of Frampton-on-Severn, Glos.

    him. Settlement of their dispute (which seems to have had its origin in Berkeley's claims to land at Alkington and Nibley, which had once belonged to Clifford's mother) was delayed for at least four more years, and was exacerbated when

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    an infant in'her arms; was tried for setting fire to a rick of hay, the pr'operty of JesseOrgan, at North Nibley; on the 25th of July. Several vitnesses deposed that they had see na wdinan resembling the prisoner near the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    had told her that shexiftended to seth fire to the premises of Mr. Exell, the churchwarden of the parish of Nibley, because he had rea hmoved her to her parochial settlement; but that, conceiving that it would be thought that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Tweed, Lincotri'-Inn fletds.-R~. and M. Nelson and Co., Darlington, Durham, provision merchants. [Harle, Southampton buildings, Chancery lane-, -J.Newm man, Nibley, Gloucestershire, innkeeper. [Trelffield, Chipping Sodbury, Glouces, tershire.-W. Thomas, Jun., Haweorth, Yorkstire, worsted spinner. tMerry and Watson, Bradford.-R. Cocker, Hathersage, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    stationer-October 1, J. Bloomfield, Saxted, Suffolk, licensed victualler-Ortober I, F. Langan, Chapel place, Oxford street, wine merchant-October 5, J. Newman, Nibley, Gloucester- shire, innkeeper-October 1, T. and E. Kemp, Stratford-upen-Avon, Warwick- shire, painters-November 1, G. E Pinder, York, grocer. Births.-On Subscribers-only content

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