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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Crudwell

    to judge from its name. Quelfurlong farm, 454 a. c . 1755, was mainly a dairy farm; Oatridge farm, held 1734-9 by Daniel Oatridge , a Tetbury cheese factor, may also have been a dairy farm. Six other farms were

    Parishes Oaksey

    in 1956 -7. 106 OAKSEY MOOR farm and LOWER farm, later Lower Moor farm, were bought in 1716 by John Oatridge (d. 1744), from whom they descended to his son Robert (d. 1754), and to Robert's daughter Anne. She, from

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    de Dunstanville , 69, 197 Humph., 69, 197, 200-1 Llewellins & James , 158, 203, 228 Lloyd : Anne, see Oatridge John, 180 Lloyds Bank Ltd ., 147 Logistics Command , 55 Lombard , Wm., rector of Brinkworth , 23

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A verdict of "Suicide whilst f temporarily insane" was returned.-A similar verdict 1 was recorded in the case of Elizabeth Oatridge (56), Sherlock Street. Deceased had lived with ber daughter during the last five weeks, but prior to that she Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    happened is a one-storcy erection, containing two small rooms. In these rooms occupation was afforded for three fnle, named William Oatridge (49), Hall Street; James Ferguson (45), Bridge Street; and Thomas ooeper. In the inner room the process of loading Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wood, county tlehtmiajor i,,thearmy 3 of Nunnn Elias Sturley ( epreseitatives Oft, late of West-hill, Bury St Edmusids, deceosed on- Oatridge Edmund, Worcester, provision dealer Ogilvie Henry, Portobollo, Edinburgh, na gentleman Oldhaim Mrs. Mary Dunbar. 11, George- ter yard, Lombard-street, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sym oer Nunri ffliss Sturley irepresentatives ofl, Do eon-. late of West-hill, Bury St. Edmnunds, SYm 3 deceased Suitt it- Oatridge Edmund, Worcester, prevision TasyI dealer "pi .ges, Ogilvie Henry, Portobello, Edinburgh, Tayl gentleman bri ster Oldham Mlary Dunbar, II, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MR. G.LADSTONE'S RESOLUTIONS.I Mr. Gladatone has addrossed the following latter to Mr. J. R. J'olly, T.P., chairman of the Liberal party at Green.. wioh, where a public meeting of tbe electors .took ,lAes last evening lia support of the Subscribers-only content

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