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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Ashchurch

    Southfield ) 55 followed the railway, as did two of the larger houses at Northway . At Northway the small group of existing houses included Northway Court Farm , a tall 18th-century house of brick with a dentil cornice and

    Corrigenda to volumes IV, V, and VI

    'Bulls' 73, note 9, for 'B.H.L.H.' read 'B.L.H.L.' 91 b , line 27, for ' North Way ' read ' Northway ' 106 b , line 17 from end, delete 'to Fenchurch Street station' 106, note 28, for 'G. H.

    Parishes Halse

    Cheeks. 12 The original farm site may be represented by the former Higher Northway Farm, from the 1920s known as Tugwell, 13 and if so the name Northway is likely to refer to the direct route, which survived in 1981

    The hundred of Tewkesbury Lower division The hundred of Tewkesbury (lower division) 1845

    produce by which the inhabitants almost all lived until the 20th century. In the Second World War the hamlet of Northway , in Ashchurch , began to grow as a minor industrial centre. Cheltenham and Bishop's Cleeve lie close on

    Education

    north Oxford were purchased by the council 70 and amalgamations were proposed, first with the Municipal school and later with Northway secondary modern to form a comprehensive school. The High school governors refused to allow any such fundamental alteration in

  • * British History Online * *

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    Cecil Papers, 1562-1597, 01 January 1562-31 December 1562

    for a lease of all the lands forfeited to the Crown by the conviction for robbery of Richard Cole, of Northway, co. Gloucester, in 1576. He is ready to pay 60 annually as rent, but requests that Cole's life be

    Extracts from the Records, 1556

    and pay to Robert Quhyntin the sowme of v li. in augmentatioun of his expensis the tyme he wes in Northway. Anent the charterhous. The prouest, Richard Carmichael, bailie, and the counsale ordanis the thre keyis of the charterhous durris

    Index, N, O

    Northbourne (Northborn), co. Kent, petition to Cecil from bailiff of, 164. 166(2), 168, 169. Northern Dozens , cloth called, 220. Northway , co. Gloucester, 1. Norton , co. Herts, 100. Nottinghamshire , estreats and issues of Greenwax in, 186. Novy

    Index, N, O

    1230. Northaw , Northawe [co. Hertford ] , 420. Northcote [in Norwood parish, co. Middlesex ] , 1066. Northey. See Northway. Northeyhill. See Northill. Northfleet , Northflete [co. Kent ] , 943, 1050. Northglytton. See Glatton. Northill , Northeyhill [co. Subscribers-only content

    Index, C

    House of Lords to House of Commons, 134. Colborne , James, of London, complaint against, 199. Cole , Rowland, of Northway, co. Gloucester, convicted for burglary, 1. Commines , Philippe de, French historian ( d . 1509), genealogical tables drawn

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. John P. Smith, Lower Wick, near Wor- cester; 2nd, Mr. James CreBswell, Newland, near Worcester: 3rd, Mr. William Woodwa-d, Northway HousO, near Tewkes- bury. WOOL. Class 18.-The best Tod of Wool of the clip of 1862, shorn from long-woolled Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (Kinsham), C. Stokes (Redmarley), T. Hill (Ledbary), 3. J. Morris (Stanley Pontlarge), J. Creese and R Shield (Bredon), G. Uorrit (Northway), W. Gaskins (Cleeve), G. Cramp (Woolerohill), J. Crump (Grafton), T. Halsey (Newent), J Wells (Hampnett), - Piunegar (Chiseldon), f. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the gnrc-ish of ASHOFIURCOH, irs the corursie of Otoueeeelor, cbeat lrcef-a-ruilc diertrit frose lice AschurceA Staffs,;. KNOWN AS THE " NORTHWAY ESTATE," THE " NEWBURY ESTATE,` .Eitieeced ire tse patisiih of GRENDON BISHOP, ina the corlmfity of lBerfer~tf, clove to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EORSale. prime now Perry, reeked into buyars? own nooks. 4d. F5.'per gallon. delivered, free on rail at Asbichurcla.-AyppY, NY. CFreeman, Northway, Aselclurh, Tewkesbnry. c1014 - 1~OR Sle, ,OOft. of ')rln. and l,ftlft, of %'in. stort-link Crane F.LCh'atio of OL~owmnor Iron; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hambleton; Thursday, 3, Carlby Windmill (at 12); Saturday, 6, Beaumont Chase. Cetnoomr (at 11),-Tuesday, February 1, Alfrick Pound; Thursday, 3, Northway Rouse, Ashehureh ; Saturday, 5, Drakes Broughton. CuNARDne, Sen B. (at 11).-This day, January 31,. Kibworth; Thursday, February 3, Subscribers-only content

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