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  • * British History Online *

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    Entry Book, November 1664, 01 November 1664-30 November 1664

    Thomas Bosine (Boseme), of Mitcheldean; John Ashton and Giles White, of Lydney; Anthony Hathaway, of Mitcheldean; Edward Parlour (Parlor), of Parkend; Thomas Griffith, of Yorkley; and Jsaac Tyler, William Tyler, Samuel Morgan, Edward Long, of Lydbrook. Ibid , XII. pp.

    Warrants, Letters, etc., 1731, July-December, 01 July 1731-31 December 1731

    Same to Charles Wither For works in Dean Forest, including removing Little Dean Lodge, repairing the Speech House, Ruar Dean, Parkend, Worcester and Blakney lodges. Ibid , pp. 404 5. J. Scrope to the Commissioners of Customs, Scotland. Conveying leave

    Index, P, 01 January 1730-31 December 1734

    Paris , 263, 650. Parishes in Scotland , large extent of, 33. Park , Francis, 359, 518. -, Hugh, 206. Parkend , 138. Parker , John, Consul at Coru a, 15, 160. -, -, Sheriff of Lancaster, 347, 633. -,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PROTHEROE, Edward (1774-1856).

    the Forest of Dean coal and iron industries. His principal collieries, connected by railways to extensive iron works, were at Parkend and Bilson; and by 1841 he controlled or leased about 30 collieries and about ten iron mines.[footnote] He died

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    journals falsely ascribe it to the excitement consequent on the agitation of the Reform question. A riot has occurred at Parkend, in the forest of Dean, near Monmouth, in consequence of a misconception of the foresters, with regard to their Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at West Brixton, D. Nisbett, Esq., aged 91-On the 7th inst., at Heswall, Mrs Whitehouse, 87-On the 9th inst., at Parkend, J. Ridley, Esq., 8c-On the 16th inst., at Greenwich, Mrs Longinore, 82-On the lithe inst., at Blackheath, J. 1'itar, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lands were Submerged, and entire acres of newly-cut grass swept away by the rushing wateirs. At Blakeney, Lydnoy, Lydbrook, and Parkend houses were flooded tQ the depth of tbree feet. A Nuneaton corroepondent states that the heavy and freauent rains Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    naelit dinner was served in athle Old Court Rloan,, Mr. J. Forster Browns presided, ased Mr. T. If. Deakin, of Parkend Collieries, filled the vice- c hair.-The (Chairosan proposed Success to the Coal and 0Irois Industries of the Forest," and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    funds to the I amount of £184,013. 110LUtN REM AINs.-A short time since some excavators I were at work near Parkend in digging time foundation for a I row of cottages at the works bf the Forest of Dean Iron Subscribers-only content

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