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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Leonard Stanley Churches St.Swithin's church and priory site

    at £6 in 1291 68 and £7 6 s . 8 d . in 1535 . 69 Robert, Rector of Ozleworth and chaplain of Stanley , who was mentioned in the 13th century perhaps served the parish. 70 There was

    Houses of Benedictine monks The priory of Stanley St Leonard

    , 2 and it became a cell to that house. The endowment of the priory consisted of the churches of Ozleworth , Coaley , Arlingham , Slimbridge and Uley , 3 and in 1156 he added the church of Cam

    Houses of Cistercian monks The abbey of Kingswood

    £232 0 s . 4 d , 37 and were drawn from the demesne lands, the manors of Kingswood , Ozleworth , and Bagpath , Culkerton , the granges of Ilbery, Bagston, Redge, Hyll, Hazleton, Calcot , and land and

    List of illustrations Local government

    1561 the living remained vacant until the institution in 1564 of Philip Griffin , 29 who was also rector of Ozleworth in 1572 . 30 John Jones was said in 1584 to be neither graduate nor preacher 31 but Robert

    Rodborough Economic history

    death in 1664 , and Cherynges Mill was presumably that called Norrises at Dudbridge which his son-in-law James Small of Ozleworth leased to Stephen Dangerfield , clothier, in 1716 . 16 Small presumably held under a long lease, for Cherynges

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    POYNTZ, Sir Nicholas (c.1528-85), of Iron Acton, Glos.

    rent. In 1565 he sold some property in Ozleworth, where his father had built a manor house with materials from the dissolved monastery of Kingswood. The Berkeleys, who owned land at Ozleworth and Tockington, sold him part of their estates

    HUNTLEY, George (by 1512-80), of Frocester, Glos.

    he had served against the northern rebellion and in the Scottish wars of 1542-4. Huntley lived ‘scarce 40 paces’ from Ozleworth, one of Poyntz’s manors, and Poyntz acknowledged a debt to Huntley in his will. Both Members opposed a government

    POYNTZ, Sir Nicholas (by 1510-56), of Iron Acton, Glos. of London.

    him. Before he was set free, Poyntz was required to make an agreement with James Higgs over the manors of Ozleworth and Wotton Combe, Gloucestershire. Their quarrel was not, however, settled and Higgs sued him in the courts of Chancery,

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, O, 01 January 1540-30 August 1540

    -, -, abbot. See King, R. Osgorbie , Joan, p. 554. Osiander , Andrew, the Reformer, 814. Osilworthe . See Ozleworth. Osleger . See Olisleger. Oslinger . See Olisleger. Oslyger . See Olisleger. Osmaston , Derb, p. 567. Osmonde ,

    Index, N, O, 01 August 1545-31 December 1545

    Oxton , Midd. See Hoxton. Oxton , Yorks., ii. g. 1068 (19 pp. 537 8, 52). Oxton , Wm., ii. g. 707 (44). Oysterlowe , in South Wales, i. g. 1335 (15). Ozleworth (Woselworth) , Glouc., i. g. 465 (60).

    Index, U-Z, 01 August 1545-31 December 1545

    (2). Worwood , Wm., i. 538 (p. 255). Woryngston manor , Devon, i. g. 465 (52). Woselworth , Glouc. See Ozleworth. Wostley , Isabel, i. g. 465 (21). Wotton , Bucks. See Wootton, Ntht. Wotton (Wootton) , Glouc. ii. App.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Grafton Flyford. FexznAsaDnM;1ie, LOaD (at 12)-Tbis day, March 30, Xibley; Monday, April 1, Boswcutt; Toesday, 2, Standish House; Thursday, 4, Ozleworth ; Saturday. 6, Woodchester Park. ,FrLIsT Alm DENfElnon (at 12).-This day, March 30, Cwra. HxZsrsOnnDSmr.s, EAST (at 12j.-Monday, April Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mlill (to finish, tire season). ffrzusno~seoxs, Loan (at 12;.-Saturday, Aipril 13, Symonds. hall Firs; Tuesday, 16, Standish Park; Thursday, 18, Ozleworth; Saturday, 20, Wondchesrer Park. Fraer AXD DBXBIGR Cat 12).-Seturday.y April 13, Coed Coch. H arREonaDsaensE, k:AsT (at 12j,-Satorday, April Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Saturday, 20, Naff ord Mill (to finish the season). F'ITrHARIsNGEs'S, loaD (at 12).-Tuesday, April 16, 4 Standish Park; Thursday, 18, Ozleworth; Saturday, '20, '6 Woodohester Park. 4 HsaRreoRnDsmes, 'EAST (at 12).-Friday, April 19, 6 Checkley Common. 4. HFxonL'nosacmE, SOUTH (at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    12).,-This day, April 17, Weethley Wood;* Saturday, 20, Naffiford Miill (to finish tha season). -Fc'rzsAnocNGE'S, LGOno (at 12).-Thursday, April 1B, Ozleworth; Saburday, 20, Wooduhester 'Park. Hxsss'oausflRnu EasT (at 12).-li'rfdty, April 19, Checeley CoApmon. HEgrEa onsaD ts, Sop-r (at 132).-Saturday, April Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    or NErw 31oGIN, WE8TX0BLA2DX.The living of NewbigRin, near Penrith, has been presented to o the Rev. Isaau Walton, Rector of Ozleworth, Gloucester- shire. The patron is Mr. H. Crackenthorpe, Newbiggin 1b ' Hall, Westmoreland. , MR. I]LLINGWORTH, M.P., ON NATIONAL Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    8 March 1821, 8 March 1821

    The Earl of Liverpool presented to the House an amended Account in lieu thereof. A Petition of William Miller of Ozleworth otherwise called Ouzeleworth, in the County of Gloucester, Esquire, praying Leave " to bring in a Bill to dissolve Subscribers-only content

    18 April 1833, 18 April 1833

    trates and other the Inhabitants of the Parishes of Bever- stone, Nailsworth, Horsley, Avening, Kingscote, Newington Bagpath, Lasborough, Boxwell and Ozleworth, all situate in the County of Gloucester, whose Names are thereunto subscribed : And also, Upon reading the Petition Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 21 August 1810

    - - Frampton upon Severn Hill, or Hull - Kingswood Lashborough - - - North Nibley - Rangeworthy - Stinchcomb Ozleworth Stone Wootton under Edge D. HaivJcesbiiry : Alderly - - - - D. Stonehouse : Stroud - D. Cirencester; Subscribers-only content

    28 February 1833, 28 February 1833

    132 28° Februarii. A. 1833. Gloucester, Over, and Maisemore Road Bill, presented. Bepton Inclosure Bill, pre¬ sented. Report from Committee on Standing Orders; Cheltenham end Gloucester Road Petition. Walton Bridge Petition. Report from Committee on Public Petitions. Sir William Subscribers-only content

    Questions, 14 November 1800

    the Regifters of Almondibury, Arlingham, Afnelworth, Bagpath, Berkeley, Beverftone, Cam, Cowley, Dtirfle),Elberton, Filton, Hill, Horfield, Kingfcote, Nibley- North, Nymphsfield, Owlpen, Ozleworth, Slimbndge, Stinchcombe, Stone-Chapel, Uley, and of Wootton-undei-Edge. REGISTER of Baptifms and Burials of Elberton, defective from 3700101760, inclufive;— of Subscribers-only content

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