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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Avening Nonconformity

    and 1845. 67 See p. 216. W. Winterbotham , Hist. of Baptized Church at Shortwood ( 1820 ), 55. H.O. 129/338/7/1/3. Winterbotham, Bapt. Ch. at Shortwood , 55. H.O. 129/338/7/1/3. Ex inf. Mr. F. Smith , chapel sec. Glos. R.O.,

    Nailsworth Nonconformity

    , Hist. of the Baptized Church Meeting at Shortwood ( 1820 ), 13-16. G.D.R. vol. 285B, f. 18. Winterbotham, Bapt. Ch. at Shortwood , 23. Ibid. 32-5. Ibid. 40. Newman , Shortwood Bapt. Ch ., 4, 6. Ibid. 6-7. Ibid.

    Minchinhampton Protestant nonconformity

    presumably, as later, attached to the Shortwood meeting at Nailsworth . In 1765 Benjamin Francis , minister of Shortwood , promoted the building of a meetinghouse at Minchinhampton , which was regularly served from Shortwood until the end of the

    Nailsworth Churches

    later called a vicarage, and the patronage was assigned to the bishop. The chapelry was based on All Saints , Shortwood , as the Nailsworth chapel remained unconsecrated, 39 but a few years later the Nailsworth chapel was demolished to

    Nailsworth Introduction Nailsworth Area c. 1850

    to Shortwood c . 1870. 55 Nailsworth had a friendly society by 1769 and a number of others succeeded it, including one for women formed in 1823 in association with the episcopal chapel 56 and one affiliated to Shortwood Baptist

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    7 April 1796, 7 April 1796

    Title and lntereft, remaining in His " Majefty, in and upon the Hayes or Walks of Sulehay, lc Fermes, and Shortwood and Morehay, in the Forefl of " Rockingham, in the County of Northampton, upon a «' full and adequate Subscribers-only content

    27 March 1829, 27 March 1829

    said Petition do lie on the Table. Upon reading the Petition of the Protestant Dissenters Shortwood: of the Baptist Denomination meeting for Divine Worship at Shortwood, in the County of Gloucester, whose Names are thereunto subscribed; praying their Lordships " Subscribers-only content

    Index, 10 December 1829

    Square; Bessels Green, Sevenoaks; Cappel-y-Groes and Ystrad ; Chichester; Mosley Street Chapel, Manchester; High Street Chapel, Newport, Isle of Wight; Shortwood ; Hyde, &c.: Unitarians of Leicester; of Honiton ; and of Colyton : and Fenny-Stratford, 298. — Christchurcli; Protestant Subscribers-only content

    3 December 1830, 3 December 1830

    " much Cruelty and Misery, Injustice and Oppression:" It is Ordered, That the said Petition do lie on the Table. Shortwood: Upon reading the Petition of the Members of the Church and Congregation of Baptists meeting at Short- iioood, in Subscribers-only content

    4 August 1834, 4 August 1834

    To-morrow. Upon reading the Petition of the Members of the Protestant Church and Congregation assembling for Divine Worship Dissenters, at Shortwood, in the Parish of Horsley, in the County of ghortwaod Gloucester, whose Names are thereunto subscribed; praying for Relief. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T. Mays, of Great Wigston, W. Bedford, of Narborough, and -Cusy, of Hallaton, and the Rev. T. F. Newman, of Shortwood, Gloucester- shire. There were present also Cyrus R. Edmonds, Esq., Aldermen Cripps, Richards; Town Councillors Austin, Baines, Eames, Manning, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and commlsslon agent. to CRARises HFIRa Y LOVELL, GQORGE LsivRLL, Cf1RLsH an LovnrL, Jan., and ALFRED LoViLL, trading as the Shortwood iea Cowlery Company, at Soundwell, near Kingewood, Gloucester, he colliery proprietors also separate estate of George Lovell. nd AzisEar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Library, Leadehliall Street, tonduiii. eltS UTANTED a SITUATION us Clerk. Excellent testhnotoils V and refcerncea from liresemlt employpr.-Address, 0. B., Shortwood, near Bristol. elG74 AS Clerk, or aOy sBltilsr posiliol,. Tlorouighly experiilncsd A Doubile eutry. First. elms refereces.-Address, I, Post Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    schoolrooms and pirivate houses -at wlicll breakfasts and beer had been given. Among these were the Painsw'ick School, liciscombe School. Shortwood Sehool, the Ncwv Inm, Nailswurts - the Plou is] SShoepseosub; the Ge"orge Newmarket; th iWhite H iltj Downend; the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Fenton Local Beard. -J. C. Drlrswr.-Westhsraid, Esq~.. Masnufactusrer, Hanlery, Chairman of the Staffor-dshire Flee Insurarsce (innatreory. John Beattie, Ensq., Shortwood, 'udluolegtoss Park ifid~ndlestir, Irircror of tire Loogton, Adderley G rcers, and Iluckrsall. .alallnvy Compesry. e George Biradfordl. Esq., J.l'., Subscribers-only content

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