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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Rodborough Charities for the poor

    Rodborough Charities for the poor CHARITIES FOR THE POOR. Apart from the lost charity of Richard Cambridge mentioned above, the only early eleemosynary charity was that of Thomas Cam , merchant, who before 1764 gave a rent-charge of 50

    Rodborough Nonconformity

    Rodborough Nonconformity NONCONFORMITY. From the 1660s the Nailsworth Quaker meeting had a few members at Rodborough 27 and they presumably comprised the four nonconformists recorded in the parish in 1676 . 28 Presbyterians registered a house in 1701 29 and

    Rodborough Local government

    Rodborough Local government LOCAL GOVERNMENT. In the medieval period view of frankpledge and manorial jurisdiction over Rodborough was exercised by the Minchinhampton court, and Rodborough sent its own tithingman to the view. 58 Achards manor, however, in the 16th century

    Rodborough Education

    Rodborough Education EDUCATION. By 1700 Rodborough had a charity school called the Poor's school, supported by annual subscriptions, supplemented by endowments of £20 by Nathaniel Clissold , merchant of Smyrna , and £10 by Nathaniel Beard , clothier. Later the

    Rodborough Church

    by Rodborough to the Minchinhampton churchwardens in acknowledgement of the dependence, 74 and in 1749 the payment was said to be for the right of using the north aisle of Minchinhampton church, known as Rodborough 's Aisle. 75 Rodborough church

  • * British History Online * *

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    Suits and suitors

    Lord Mayor , 1605; President of Bridewell and Bethlem Hospitals, 1605 6. He was the son of William Halliday, of Rodborough, Gloucestershire. His widow, Anne, daughter of William Wincot, Esq., of Langham, Stafford, became second wife to Sir Henry Montague,

    Index, F-K

    hostelries, 402 Hall , Humphrey, 45 John, 489 Halliday , Sir Leonard, alderman, 495 William, alderman, 211 n William, of Rodborough, Gloucestershire, 495 n Halliwell and Finsbury , the prebendary of, 274 n John, 47 Halsey , William, 222 Halsted

    Charles I - volume 320, May 1-11, 1636, 01 May 1636-11 May 1636

    example, contains the return for the hundred of Longtree. John Olden of Shipton Moyne 1 2 6 James Stansfield of Rodborough 0 0 0 Charles Deane of Avening 1 16 0 Henry Fowler of Minchinhampton 1 10 0 John Ferreby Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 448, March 14-25, 1640, 14 March 1640-25 March 1640

    of that side, and practises conformity more out of awe than love; as do also (4) Stansfield, a lecturer at Rodborough; and (5) Guilliam, of Hatherley, a very popular man, and of parts sufficient, only he is guilty of three Subscribers-only content

    House of Commons Journal Volume 85, 3 May 1830, 03 May 1830-03 May 1830

    of Bisley , in the county of Gloucester ,-and, of Proprietors and Occupiers of public-houses of the several parishes of Rodborough, Minchinhampton, Horsley, Avening, Woodchester and Tetbury , and places adjacent, in the hundred of Longtree , in the county

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    10 February 1751, 10 February 1752

    " for repairing the Road from the Town of Cirer.ccfur " to the Town of Stroud, and that Part of Rodborough " Hill which leads to Dudbridge; and aifo the Road " leading from Cirencefier towards Bifley, fo far as Subscribers-only content

    14 February 1751, 14 February 1752

    " for repairing the Road from the Town of Cirencefter " to the Town of Stroud, and that Part of Rodborough " Hill which leads to Dudbridge; and alfo the Road " leading from Cirencefter towards Bifley, fo far as Subscribers-only content

    9 June 1779, 9 June 1779

    the Town of Stroud, and that Part " raifing a certain Sum of Money by Loans or Ex- « of Rodborough Bill which leads to Dudbridge; and alfo " chequer Bills, for the Service of the Year One " the Subscribers-only content

    9 March 1780, 9 March 1780

    to join the Turnpike Road leading from " Cirenceßer to Dudbridge, at or near Dudbridge, in the « Parifh of Rodborough; and from the Bridge at Nailf- " -worth, in the Parifh of Avening to -Minchinhampton <« Common; and feveral Subscribers-only content

    10 March 1780, 10 March 1780

    the Turnpike Road lead- " ing from Circncefter to Dudbri'ge, at or near Dud- " bridge, in the Parifh of Rodborough; and from the " Bridge at Nailfworth, in the Parifh of Avening to " Uinchinhampion Common ; and feveral Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ddechreuodd bregetha dan gyfar- wyddyd Mr. Rees. Symudodd Mr. Rees o Gasnewydd tua 1817 i gapel yr enwog Whitfield yn Rodborough, Sir Gaerloyw. Bu yn dra llwyddianus yrna, ac yin- welodd yn rheolaidd bob blwyddyn a'r Brifddinas, lie yr ymgasglai Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Painswick, and Chalford, a discharge of caunont and fire-artus was regularly kept up during the day. The fort guns on Rodborough hill were also fired, which were answered by cannons planted on Chalford hill, on the summit of which the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bloomsbury-sqnare. J. Barlcock, Shrivenham, Berksh. linen-draper. [Holme and Co. New-inn. J. Beard, Ludworth, corn-dealer. [Milne and Co. Temple. J. Wathen, Rodborough, Gloucestersh. clothier. [Blower, Lincoln's-inn-fields. Fridayt, Aprl .7. lJsoLvrzNTs.-G. Batton, Reading, chnainan. C. Fortnum, Nunhead-hill, Surrey, patent brickmaker. J. Crafier, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    six o'clock, as a young woman, named Louisa Latham, was returning ti-oe the I-am Mills, a ross Rodborough hill, to her home at Rodborough, near Stroud, she was stopped by a man nacned Isaac Dalby, who had been seen waiting Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Swaffield, Brilport and Lyme Regis, Dorsetshire, tailors-W. Seaward aad C. A. Sanders, lvirwgate hill, .aruen -S. Tanner and A.-K. Baylis. Rodborough. Glcu-c-tersbire, cmimon carri. rs-J 4lderson and R. Casoon, KiCgltou upon- Hull, proprietors of establobhments for insane persons-Bryan, Huwden, and Subscribers-only content

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