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  • * Victoria County History *

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    one formed a junction with the old route from Littledean to St. White's at a spring known by 1679 as Pennywell , 93 but owing to its steepness traffic between Newnham and St. White's took a longer route through Littledean


    along Broad Street before forking for Callamore and St. White's . The route to St. White's formed a junction at Pennywell with a track running west from the Newnham road at Dean Hall 34 but in the later 18th century

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    KNAP, Thomas (d.1404), of Bristol.

    KNAP, Thomas (d.1404), of Bristol. Constituency Dates Bristol 1385 Bristol Feb 1388 Ofifces Held Bailiff, Bristol Mich. 1376-7; sheriff 1 Oct. 1379-80; mayor Mich. 1386-7, 13 Jan. 1391-Mich. 1392, 1396-7, 1399-1400, 1403-d. Ofifces Held Tax collector, Bristol Nov. 1377;

  • * British History Online *

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    Stanmore Magna

    have given rise to the proverb, "No heart can think, nor tongu e can tell, What lies between Brockley-hill and Pennywell." The manor . In the reign of Edward the Consessor, this manor was the property of Edmer Atule, the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    015433 IlROi Manufsuers.-Wanted by a practical Man, a Sltuation aa Operator onthe Paring qchlne.-Add ea, A. , 28 BRen Street, Pennywell Read, BristoL, ol208 1ROlNMONGEUK-Wanted. a Situation s Assistan' In the Fur. P ERM.1o M ena WfiadS -Alph, Plost Office, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ruld TImprovero Wvanted, Immediately. NPow -Ii. hut qold: wvoelhraen need ofoply.-APPlY tO H. S, Slocoibel Wholenoile Tin-ploto W~orkcr, Hing, Street, Pennywell Re"ad 13oistol. el7lIS rTIO0LttU EJ god latel, need to ellt Toy Trade, 0111 It .lMsnn:g I~rlOple.-Adrgso, J, 52, Daily Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Swinloes, out of busmess. I FRANCIS RtCIIARD HaENRY PlIOTIE}InoE, residing 2, Moreton Villas, Stapletos Road, and carrying on business at Pennywell Itoad Brickworks, Pennysvell Hoad, the St. Pisillip's Brick. D works, The Marsh, brick and tile manufacturer, and at the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    now Billinghlam, Durham, contractor. G eonu0cs JACKsON, Seaton, Ross, shoemaker. Jlorrer GULLYand ArarEirr GULLY, tradingasJ. and A. Gully, Havershamn Streat. Pennywell Roads, Bristol, bakers. UE.1onoc HALL, Park Street, Ilerefor'l, carpenter and builder. WrrLIrAae MATrruewES, Commercial Road, lNewpart, Slon. month, grocer, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    G. Small. I)lvidend, 4s. 7hi. in the pound, payable October 1, at AMr. Iharrinono, The Wardiwck, Derby. RocarUT Tu1NrIsMUL., 133, Pennywell Roaid, Bristol, licensed victualler, Dlvidenil, 4.s. lid. in thi pound, payable September 30, at the Official Iteceiver's, Bristol. Joimiis Subscribers-only content

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