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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Standish Education

    Kelly 's Dir. Glos . ( 1902 ), 292. The statement in 1882 that the children went to school in Pitchcombe applied only to part of the parish: Glos. N. & Q . vi. 18. Bd. of Educ. List 21,

    Haresfield Church

    Abbey . Llanthony Priory , as rector, and the vicar also had small portions in the churches of Harescombe and Pitchcombe 83 which were described as chapels to Haresfield in 1341 , 84 but no later evidence of the connexion

    Standish Local government

    the part of Putloe in Moreton Valence ; Oxlinch tithing, three times as large as each of the others, included Pitchcombe , Standish Court, and Little Haresfield . 77 The parish became part of the Wheatenhurst Poor Law Union in

    Painswick Charities for the poor

    by a Mr. Loveday of London , was said to have been left to the poor, and Daniel Clissold of Pitchcombe was said to have left an annual gift of 20 s . to be shared by Stroud and Painswick

    Standish Introduction

    the east of the main part the parish included a portion of Pitchcombe village and 244 a. that were later the south-western half of Pitchcombe parish. South of Pitchcombe were 4 small detached parts, and over on the west was

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PERLE, John I (d.1402), of Dorchester, Dorset.

    in Gloucestershire, at Pitchcombe. In 1381 an inquiry had been held to see whether they might retain some eight messuages, 140 acres of land, six acres of meadow, 32s.8d. rent and a moiety of the advowson of Pitchcombe church, which

    PORTER, Arthur (d.1559), of Newent and Alvington, Glos.

    in the county he owned land at Newent, Lydney and Haggafield, and there are records of his buying property at Pitchcombe, Painswick and in the city of Gloucester, where by the end of Mary’s reign he had a joint share

    PORTER, Arthur (by 1505-59), of Newent and Alvington, Glos.

    chief messuage of the manor of Alvington, which he made one of his two chief residences. In 1544 he acquired Pitchcombe manor in Painswick. During the summer of 1547 Porter was named as one who had not compounded for knighthood.

    THROCKMORTON, John II, of Lypiatt, nr. Stroud, Glos.

    rolls of the manor of Dowdeswell show that John Throckmorton of Lypiatt, and his wife, held the manors of Corse, Pitchcombe, Frampton, Mansell and Rodmarton, and some land at Tetbury. He sold Rodmarton about 1597 to Robert Coxe for £800,

  • * British History Online *

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    Henry VIII, January 1544, 26-31, 01 January 1544-31 January 1544

    Temple to Arthur Porter. Site and chief messuage of Pitchcombe manor, Glouc, lands in tenure of Wm. Gardyner, and his family (named) in Pitchcombe, and a wood of 47 ac. called Pitchcombe Wood, St. Peter ' s mon., Gloucester ;

    House of Lords Journal Volume 6, 12 June 1643, 12 June 1643-12 June 1643

    Cogshall Batchelor in Divinity, Mr. Carter, Peter Clerke of Carnaby, William New of Estington Batchelor in Divinity, Richard Capell of Pitchcombe, Theophilus Bathurst of Overton Catervile, Phillip Nye of Kymbolton , Dr. Brockett Smith of Barkway , Dr. Cornelius Burges

    Index, P, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    832 (p. 467). Pistoja (Pistoye), in Italy, letter dated at, I. 794. Pistorius , John, the German reformer, II. 126. Pitchcombe , Glouc., I. g. 981 (20, 56). Pitman , Isabella, I. p. 558. -, Simon, I. p. 558. Pitminster

    Index of names and places, P, Q

    . See Pyrton. Pit . See Pitt. Pitcalnie (Pitcaline), Ross-shire, ii. 1155, 1394. Pitch , i. 467; ii. 848, 1217. Pitchcombe [co. Gloucester ] , i. 181. Pitcher , Thomas, of Whissonsett, ii. 630, 637. Pitchford , Captain, ii. 1063.

    Index of names and places, C

    M., i. 94. Arthur, Lord Capell of Hadham Hall, i. 609, 612, 1057, 1147, 1163, 1165. Richard, i. 116. of Pitchcombe, i. 181. William, i. 151, 235, 460, 545, 974, 1083, 1091. alderman of Gloucester, i. 1136, 1237; ii. 35,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    17 March 1829, 17 March 1829

    do lie on the Table. Upon reading the Petition of the Minister and Con- pitchcombe gregation of Protestant Dissenters meeting for Religious Chapel: Worship in Pitchcombe Independent Chapel, in the County of Gloucester, whose Names are thereunto subscribed : And Subscribers-only content

    5 May 1834, 5 May 1834

    reading the Petition of the Congregational hampton: Dissenters residing in the Parish of Minchinhampton, whose Names are thereunto subscribed : Pitchcombe: And also, Upon reading the Petition of the Congre¬ gational Dissenters residing in and near Pitclicombe, in the County Subscribers-only content

    Index, 18 December 1834

    House, Hackney; and Falmouth, 199, — Union Chapel, Poplar, 200. — Wirksworth % Ruscomb Chapel, Stroud; Old Chapel, Stroud; Minchinhampton; Pitchcombe; Tabernacle, Hanley; Bonsall; Thornbury ; Tewkesbury ; Stonehouse Chapel, Stroud; Stroud (Baptists); Painswick (Independents); Nailsworth; Uley; Painswick (Baptists); Devonport Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    311. (Moderator of the Relief Presbytery), 289. Peterchurcn, Peterwell, 311. Pethcrton, North, 393. Petherton, bouu ^ Pewsey, 311. Pimlico, 311. Pitchcombe (Two Petitwnty ^ Pittington, 319. Plaistow, 360. Plymouth, 311. H ^^g. Rehoboath Chapel, 311. Pontcfract, 393. Pontrhycly-»'^_ Pont-y-berem, 289. Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    Penzance, 1 • Peterborough, 270. Petersfield, 113. Peter's, Saint, («<? Thanet), 162. Petherton, South, 259. Pickering, 74. Jf> ' 142. Pitchcombe, 155. Pitsford, 202. Plymouth, ?u. - Pocklington, 86. Ponteland, 246. Pontesbury, 199. ^ / syllte, 214. Pontypool and Usk, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Liverpool, estate agents-E. Taylor and Co., Manchester, linen leech-thread mnanufacturers-Buckley and Taylor, Liverpool, general ironmongers-E. H. Durdon and T. Barrett, Pitchcombe mill, Gloucestershire, wood turners-G. Newton and W. Trelvar, Bristol, coal meychants-Duck and Henderson, Cleveland mews, coach painters-J. and J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    way back, Prisoner was next seen driving furiously away alone. He and NoYEs subsequently caroused at a public house at Pitchcombe, where they were arrested. Parron- ARD was committed for trial on a charge of wilful murder, and NoYEs as Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to, and July a, at 4. at thellridge water Arms inn, Manclheater.-Att. Cunliffe, gdanchtesteri William Carpenter, now or late of Pitchcombe, Gloucosterj clothier, to sur. May 29, at 5, St1. anod July 5, at I I, at th, George ionn. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Read & 7iloojen, Lon. ship.agenss. -- Augustine Aglin, Middlesex, d. c. - 17 Alexander Fulton, Greenvwich shhitiowncr _1 Samuel Wtsod, Pitchcombe, clother. -_ II Oliver & Herbert, Lon. coal-merchants.. --1I Robert Pickering, Liverpool, wine-merchant. - 19 . ltiotopher Shawv, It Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eligible for floar mills or for a woollen maeufac- pli and toly. Tha estate is copyhold of the manor of Pitchcombe, UP] ith subjoct to a qutit rent of 2s. per annum. Furthler particulars tug ,6no may be lad o1 Subscribers-only content

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