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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Sambourne

    Parishes SambourneSAMBOURNE Acreage: 2,218 (2,175a. or. 9p. according to local information). Population: 1911, 441; 1921, 431; 1931, 624. Sambourne forms part of the ecclesiastical parish of Coughton , though it has been a separate civil parish at least since

    Warminster Schools

    infants' school in 1904 . 39 At Sambourne there were separate boys' and girls' schools. In 1890 combined attendance at the Vicarage Street and Sambourne Schools was 350. 40 In 1923 the Sambourne school was re-organized as a senior mixed

    Parishes Coughton COUGHTON COURT Sketch plan [ Plan of Coughton church ]

    Court, forms the boundary between Coughton and Sambourne . Thundering Brook, which rises near Alcester Warren and runs into Cane Brook , may be the 'torrent called Corremore' which ran between Wike and Sambourne in the 13th century. 2 In

    Parishes Aston Tirrold

    Dorothy upon her marriage, about 1610, with Sir Henry Sambourne , kt., of Moulsford , 46 who had a grant of view of frankpledge 21 June 1616 . 47 In 1649 Sambourne , with his son Henry, conveyed the manors

    The borough of Reading Manors

    taken after the death of her son Drew Sambourne the manor was held of the Abbot of Reading 'as of Canape Manor .' 32 The correct tenure had evidently been lost. Drew Sambourne 's heir was Margaret the daughter of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CrwolSyn JonGlet Kenn3y Meadows, Richar DyeJohnLa, oy ddiweldaraeb, Mr. John Tenniol, Mr. Du Maurier, I Mr. Cbaries Keene, Mr. Linles Sambourne, a Mr. 9 !larry Furnies, c. YD Crane Court f tb, y'dec reca c |yd argraffu yr Illustrated London Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    English. (Feap. Svo, pp. iv, 05, is. 6d.) Langrmans. Fenton, E. Dens-Military Men I Have Met. Illustrated by E. Linley Sambourne. (Svo, pp. x. 219, 7s. 6d.) Tinsley Brothers. Griffiths, Robert J.-An Introduction to the Study of School Manage- ment. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Nimmc. PollardsH.) H-The Miner's Son.(Fep. o, pp. 2s.) NigmmO. Punch's Pocket Book foer1873, Illustlrated byJohn Tunniell Charles R KEeene, L. Sambourne, &c. 124mo, pp. 192, Is. Sd.) Punch Office. Reuse Edward.-History of Christian Theology in the Apostolic Age. Translated by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    they are old or young, will find it capital read- ing. It is crowded with very comical woodcuts by Alr Sambourne. Mrs Sugden's " family edition " of The Arabian Nighlis Entertainment (Routledge) has been prepared for the benefit of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Illustrations by F. Barnard, J. Proctor, Matt Stretch, Gordon Thompson, and Vignettes, &c., by W. Brunton, A. C. Corbould, Liuley Sambourne, WG. Smith A. H. Wall. and others. 500 op. super royal 8vo. "A splendid collection."-Ceeds Mercury. CASSELL, PETTER, and Subscribers-only content

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