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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Woolstone

    1832; Rudge , Hist. of Glos . i. 122. The statement in Temple, A Cotswold Hamlet , 31, that the Nind family owned the Grange is unsubstantiated. Glos. R.O., SL 68. Temple, A Cotswold Hamlet , 31. Ex inf. Mrs.

    Parishes South Stoke SOUTH STOKE 1818

    Nind family. It was probably opened in 1841 when the vicar, P. H. Nind , leased the house. 421 Of its 44 pupils in 1851 , one was a peer and three were members of peers' families. 422 When

    Parishes Wandsworth

    by the official trustees, belonging to Viscount St. John 's charity are carried to the same account. In 1897 George Nind by will, proved at London 24 March , demised and bequeathed the residue of his real and personal estate

    Parishes Beckford

    square is an 18thcentury brick house of two stories with dormers; it has sash windows and a wrought-iron porch. The Nind family's house on the south side of the square, 41 derelict in 1965 , is an 18th-century brick house


    , 3 Nicholas of Culham , abbot of Abingdon , 31 Nind , A. D., 108; Agnes, w. of P. H. Nind , 109; Emily, w. of H. G. Nind , 109; Emma, 109; H. D., 108; H. G., 107,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn eydwylo ac yni eydweddio yn y wlad bell hono. Ar y Haed bu farw yr anwyl D. A. Iticbards. Nind oes eto un bysbysrwydd am ei gladdedigaeths ond mae wedi ei osod i orwedd mae yn ddiameu in rhayvle Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ysgrifenwyr n'eos abedd yfi clay <Taiivreddal, iddynt gael eyie i egltird in t TS cyn i. Sentli dori i fdl'.y. Nind cedd yr arrweinvyr Rhyrldfrydol yn cymeryd rhan yn y ddadl godwyd ar hyn yn yr eisteddiad olaf, ond gaixyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    r. Noy atid Fardstone, Mfincing-lane. Xl. Meddex, Breacdfi treet, merchint. Attorney, Mr. Birkitf, J. D.vibnn, Warwvick-coitrtf, nlIborn, merchant. Attornies, tor Nind and Cotterill, Throe.lntorlto-street. R. hllcknell, Maienifchesterit. Attornies. 2leeSrs. Harvey aetd Bennell, St. Eleleit's-place, Bislropsgaie- st.r'eet. FRICS OF STOMt{S ON Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fig PR OVIMI 1.ITELLIGEVN. TtsE MIJRDERS 'AT P41i)tLETON.-NM1Ich di'ers~ty of OC exists res'iectiug the inioaner ox , of HadfF audrie I1I t t Asthcrofts. By leiters and arruvast fom iblanichOIerep Lip formed ithat about ijitue other per,;rli 1have bee Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o;re, an English Minister preached a' FTuneal Serrnon. - TUESDAY'S LONDON GAZE!1TEB. BANKRUPTS. Ul Otiphanf,' Cockspur-streef bat manufacttirer. torties, Mess'-. Nind and Cotterilt, Thrqginorton-street. J.Y Brid.trdati, Tia iytnck, Devonshire, seivener, Attiroes, llesers. Lamb aned Hawke, Price'i-street, Bank. j 1. ljrjaidon, Subscribers-only content

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