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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Cockersand Abbey

    higher than the level of the ground outside. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII, pt. xiii. The grant included the site, the Ryecroft , milne pasture, moss close, beggars' close and Claymoor ; the grange of Pilling and Cockshotts, & c., in

    Stringston Economic history

    . 78 The capital messuage of Stringston manor was let with 17 a. in 1434 . 79 Two fields called Ryecroft had been inclosed from Stringston Heathfield by 1519 ; 80 by 1620 other parts of the common were under

    Gloucester Protestant nonconformity

    1898 . 231 In 1955 the Ryecroft chapel was closed and its members transferred to the former United Methodist church in Stroud Road , which was renamed St. Luke's Methodist church. 232 The Ryecroft school building was sold and the

    Walsall Protestant Nonconformity

    later 1830s two members of Bridge Street were conducting Sunday services in a house at Ryecroft . In 1838 the Independent Sabbath School of Ryecroft and Birchills was formed under the auspices of Bridge Street , and its building, extended

    Parishes Huddington

    Worcester , a grant of land made to them by Roger the clerk of Huddington . The land lay in Ryecroft , Heringshame, Derhamme, Pichethorn, Frewinspit and Hemmingesik, 45 and, though the parish in which it was situated is not

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i iawn- derau en cenedl gael eo hanwybyddu, llawer llai em di- diystyru. Y cyfeilydd ydoedd Mr. Harry Chadwick, yr Ryecroft. Canodd y cor dan arweiniad Mr. J. Lloyd, it. "Pwy sydd yn y nef yn byw ?" Miss Ellen Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    out by several published letters. TURN-OUT AT ASiHTON-UtN'DsER-LYNE.-On Friday week the spinners in the employ of Mr James Buckley, Of Ryecroft, Ashton, turned out, in consequence, as hehy allege, of a reduction of wages.' During thle day the hands garaded Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aged two years and nine months, was playing so with some other children searto his parents'lhous'e, in 'al James Street, Ryecroft, ha attempted to "stand on his be head," in imitation of acme of the other children, but fell over Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Arms Inn, Eyecroit, on a il the body of Thomnas Beek Beck (23), engine-fitter, North i d Street, Ryecroft, whose death from the affects of an acci- t oe dent has already been noticed in the Post. The evidence we Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Board.-bMr. C. . Green was unanimously re-elected as vice-chairman. d MATRIuO~NIAL DISCORD.-At the Police Cour~t, yester. .~g day, Henry Highway, Ryecroft, was charged with assault- r ing his wifae, who said that, after some wvords, her husband .d struckr her Subscribers-only content

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