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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Randwick Nonconformity

    14 and John Wesley preached there in 1739 and 1742. 15 A group of Whitefield 's followers were meeting at Roadway Farm in 1747 , 16 and William Vines , a Randwick quarryman influenced by Whitefield , became a local

    Randwick Introduction

    and on the west there is a four-centred arched wooden doorway and a projecting casement window supported on carved brackets. Roadway Farm is a rectangular 17th- or 18th-century house of rubble with stone-mullioned windows with dripmoulds. The Kings, mentioned in

    Randwick Economic history

    lying close to Randwick village on the east was shared with Ruscombe (in Stroud parish). 99 Moor field, west of Roadway Farm, 1 the only field mentioned in the extent of 1267 when the demesne had 15½ a. there, 2

    Stroud Churches

    £200, raised by Bond and his supporters in the parish, secured a further augmentation from the Bounty and by 1737 Roadway farm in Randwick had been acquired for the living and produced a rent of c . £30. 12 In

    Romano-British Somerset Index Fig. 99. Brooch from Wolvershill, 1/1;. Fig. 100. Brooch from Irchester . Fig. 101. Roman Finds at Clevedon . Fig. 102. Winsford ( Exmoor ).

    Stoke sub Hamdon. -See Stanchester. Stoke Trister . -See Bayford (alleged villa, p. 320). Street [near Glastonbury ] . - Roadway in the marsh near the churchyard: p. 350. Potsherds (Samian and other) found in and near the churchyard [

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i teseued with great diffloulty.-At Cowes a gentleman . named Scodding, aged 77, was blown into the water from i Roadway, and was drowned.-In the neighbourhood of I IAthelney and Longport in 'Somerset, which is to a great extent under Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with the two 3IESUAGHS in the rear tbscressf and a portion Of the D ISits of adjoining MESSUAGE, wriths the Roadway or Enrsty leadhing ci i thereto. LOT 6.-Thse FREE, HOLD MESSUAGE, DWELLING HOUSE, H and PREMISES, Issing Nos. 20 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wvith the tee MESSUAGES in the rear thereof, andi a lirertil of the Site of adjoining MESS CAGE, woith the Roadway or Entry leading thereto. LOT 6.-The FRIEEHOLD MSESSUAGE. ])WELLTNG MOUSE, eind PRHEMISES, being Non. 20 and 21, King Street, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    toge~therwoith the twor IMISSUAOES in the race thereof, and a portion of the R, Site of adjoinisg MIESSUAGE, with- the Roadway or Entry leading el, thereto. LOT 6.-The FREEHOLD MESSUAIGE, DWELLING HOUSE, be~ cod PRE51LISES, besing Nos. 20and 21 KonglStreet, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    so4me short time since to Mr. .'ihomas 'Weght, for wbsat is nowa well knowan as thle Bed- 'plate Iron ~Leper Roadway, and upon which 100 miles per hour may beiperformed with nerfeet ease and safety.,- It iss appicbletoallslscrptela ~f ril Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    172 Reynolds , Brother, 48 Richards , Sister, 9-10, 28 Rev. J. J., 249 Rickmansworth (Herts.), 260 Righteousness , 59 Roadway (Glos.), 46 Robinson , Robert, 79 Rogers , Mr, 237 Ronneck (Glos.), 47 Rosoman Street , Clerkenwell, 109, 197

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