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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Quedgeley Local government

    no evidence of a separate manor court for Quedgeley before the Dissolution, and some matters at least relating to tenures in Quedgeley were dealt with at Llanthony . 6 Court rolls of Quedgeley manor survive for nine half-yearly courts of

    Quedgeley Education

    Quedgeley Education EDUCATION. There appears to have been a dame school at Quedgeley in 1693 . 67 The parish had three schools in 1818 : a Sunday school for 30 children supported by William Hayward Winstone , and two dame

    Quedgeley Charities

    Quedgeley Charities CHARITIES. Woolstrop had a small share in the charity of Giles Cox , founded by will dated 1620, from which up to 1823 the hamlet had received a total of £2. 79 The charity was regulated by

    Quedgeley Economic history

    which lay east of Quedgeley . Other fields were shared by Quedgeley with its neighbours, presumably for the same reason, Canmore , for example, with Elmore , and Whaddon 's Hill with Whaddon . 51 Quedgeley 's open fields, recorded

    Quedgeley Manors and other estates

    Quedgeley Manors and other estates MANORS AND OTHER ESTATES. It has been suggested 56 that Quedgeley , which was not mentioned by name in the Domesday survey, was represented by part of the 3 hides that were included in Gloucester

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HAYWARD, Thomas (1706-81), of Quedgeley, Glos.

    (1706-81), of Quedgeley, Glos. Constituency Dates Ludgershall 1741 1747 Ludgershall 1754 1761 Biography Thomas Hayward was brought in for Ludgershall in 1741 by his uncle, Colonel John Selwyn. Voting with the Administration in all recorded divisions, he was classed as

    HAYWARD, Thomas (1706-81), of Quedgeley, Glos.

    (1706-81), of Quedgeley, Glos. Constituency Dates Ludgershall 1741 1747 Ludgershall 1754 1761 Biography In 1754 Hayward was returned on the interest of his cousin George Augustus Selwyn. In Dupplin’s list of 1754 he was classed as ‘pro’ among the group

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

    first wife had produced a large family, a number of whom died in infancy. Six were buried at Hempstead, Gloucestershire, before 1549, and two had died earlier at or near Quedgeley, on his Lanthony property. No will has been found.[footnote]

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

    does not appear always to have resided at his family seat; two of his children were buried in 1538 at Quedgeley, where he is credited with the rebuilding of the manor house, and six others later at Hempstead. His receivership

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, Q,R

    Thomas, priest, 76. Quarell , David and John, yeomen, of Wormbridge, 64. Quarry , 926. -, called 'stone delff,' 723. Quedgeley , Queddysley, Glos., 118. Quethiock , Cornw., Hay, Myllehay, in, 414. Quidhampton , Quedhampton [in Bemerton ] , Wilts, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    18th, at Caerleon, J Jenkins, Esqa, ued 83-Oa the 18th, Mrs Daffus, Jamaica, in her 80th year-On the 1lth, at Quedgeley, in her 87th year, Mrs Hayward-On the 19th, at Haslemere, Xrs Simmotns, aged 8l-Oa the 21st, T Bidlake, Esq, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Engliehbleotifler of St. Jhlns Swansea ;" "Harriet S. FThee," and several other persons. Sn~oemNG AprRAY,:-A sad occurrence- happened& at i Quedgeley, near Gloucester, era Friday. A'nssrried womIXn named Ellen Barnett had been interfering with the children of Themes Merrett, and'he' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    toeAte. This day .... Mar. 28 . Tortwolth 6remn. Tuesdey .... ,, 99 ........ Iley. Thateday .... ,, 41 ........ Quedgeley Grte Saturday.... April ,,..... Kennels. THE EH EOUDMI= HOUffDS-At half.ae re. Thlsday...., . ..i...... Perrystore. Thuraday.- , 3 ...... Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mane-place, Sioanesrtreel Kelly, Miss Caroline Theoodula lellyvills, Queen's County, Irelad KellY, Willisam, 1S, Corawall-buildingu, Baths, pawnbroker Nerabory, Miss Emma Jane, Quedgeley, near Gloneester Kembory, John, Quedgaley, near Gloucetedr, yeuomm Xenabery Miss Mary A-, Quodgolcy, Gloucester Kemp, ?laws Clara, School of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at the Bell Hotel, Gloucester; public examination, July 18, at 112 a.m., at the Shire Hall, Gloucester. ELIZrA A. FRERs, Quedgeley, Gloucestershire, widow. First meeting, June 16, at 4 p.m., at the Bell Hotel, Gloucester; public examination, Jaly 18, at Subscribers-only content

  • * London Lives 1690 - 1800 - Crime, Poverty and Social Policy in the Metropolis *

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    Middlesex Sessions: Sessions Papers - Justices' Working Documents, 12/1780

    Smith Eliz St James Bristol Tothillfields Colnbrook Jno Machin Esqr 4 Novr. Smith Ann Do Do Do Do Slaughter Sarah Quedgeley Gloucester Clerkenwell Denham Rd Birch Esqr . Stephens Eliz Allsbury Bucks House Do B Kennett Esqr Sommerville Andw The

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