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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes All Cannings

    's death was settled by Geoffrey Provender , possibly the son of William Provender , and Joan's cousin, on the marriage of Hugh Provender , perhaps his son, and Margaret Pleistow. 85 Hugh Provender held the land until the 1390s

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    places; and see Baptists; Calne , cemetery and free ch.; Congregationalist; Independents; Methodists; Plymouth Brethren; Presbyterianism; Quakers; Salvation Army; Unitarianism Provender mill , see Quemerford , mills (Upper) public houses , see Calne , inns; Quemerford , inn or alehouse

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    213 Clappen , R. J., 247 Clare , Wm., 249 Clarence , duke of, see George Clarice : Gillian, see Provender John, father of John (fl. 1329), 24, 141 John (fl. 1329), 141 John (fl. 1350, ? another), 141 Clark

    Calne Economic history Pig-singeing apparatus manufactured by E. W. Maundrell Lower mill c . 1900

    standing in 1515 ; the other was called New mill, stood above the mansion house, was later called Upper or Provender mill, and was probably that built in the early 1590s . 78 Both mills descended with the Chiverses' land

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at my Office. Tenders and Samples to be sent Into me before noon WEDNEsDAY ErrT, December 27, endorsed " Horse Provender." The Corporation do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or a7ny Tender. rJOHN T. AYRES, Borough Surveyor Town Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a stone-kiln there, and was suffocated, Fanny Catherine, lady Knatehbull, mother of Lord 1 Brabourne, died on Christmas Eve at Provender, Faver. z sham, Kent, having nearly complaied her 90th year. t Arthur Stone, aged one year, was admitted to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PUBLO AMUSEMENTS,, HfEIATRR RtOYAL, BIRMIGIA.T LAST NIGHT of Mr. FRANK EmERY'S CONPANY. in-4 Hill eIlkding Miss M.AUDE BRANSCO-4IE,, the DE ROSA BALLE91t - COMPAN'Y.,&-. In the OPERATIC URLESQUE, by Fuarle, S atoa Ofteribiscl,, " LA VIF; oce, LIF'E IN Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the town. HiBEr. FLETOSEII, MD., Chairman ofc Committee. 78 WmcXAso HlALL., Hlonorary Secretary. 389S GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY. CONTRACT FOR HORSE PROVENDER. Ts.iE Directors of the Great Western Railvay LCompany will receive Tenders for the supply of HORSE PROVENDEIA, as cInder:- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    easeh Of lee hours from Eleven till Three. Saturdays from Ten till One. 3123 OERAT WESTBEW RAIZWVAY. CONTRACT FOR HORSE PROVENDER. T'HE Directors of the Great Western Railway TkCompauy will receive TELNDERS for the Supply of HORSE PROVINDE , asunder:- Subscribers-only content


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