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  • * Victoria County History *

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    CORRIGENDA

    ' Rodley ' read ' Ruddle ' " " 54 b , line 20 from end, for 'Cherdington' read ' Shurdington ' " " 55 a , line 7 from end, for ' Rodley ' read ' Ruddle ' "

    Parishes Oddington

    the see. 73 In the final settlement of these disputes in 1157 the abbey ceded Oddington , Condicote , and Shurdington to the see of York . 74 Oddington remained one of the archbishop's manors, 75 reckoned with his lands

    Painswick Introduction Painswick 1972 Painswick Old Town Hall and Parish Buildings Before 1840

    the road through the town again became the main route when a new road was built from Prinknash corner through Shurdington to Cheltenham . 29 Plans to build a bypass for Painswick town were shelved during the 1930s 30 and

    Parishes Dowdeswell

    Edward Gilbert Rich (d. 1753), who devised the estate in trust for his daughter Mary. She married Robert Lawrence of Shurdington , but under a provision of her father's will Upper Dowdeswell passed at her death in 1761 to her

    Index A - Z

    153, 169, 176, 182, 194, 203, 213, 229, 247 Shrewsbury , Duke of, see Talbot Shropshire , estate in, 130 Shurdington , 89, 94 Simmons , Anne, 174 Simms , Thos., 250 Simon son of Poyntz , 167-8, 170 simony

  • * British History Online * *

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    Errata

    read Nicholas, Charles, and Roger. 3212, line 29, for Edw. Carleton read Edw. Charleton. 3259, line 18, for Shardington read Shurdington. 3322, col. 1, to Ashe, John, letters to, add 1083. 3358, col. 2, dele Carleton, Edw. 3366, col. 1, Subscribers-only content

    Cases brought before the committee, December 1649, 01 December 1649-31 December 1649

    and has been convicted of delinquency, and that Major Geo. Gill owes him 20 l . 21 327 John Edwards, Shurdington, City of Gloucester. 24 Dec. 1649. Vol. A No. or p. Information that he is a delinquent, was in Subscribers-only content

    Kensington

    house there to be near his father's court. In 1668, Hale-house appears to have been inhabited by the Lawrences of Shurdington in Gloucestershire 59 ; in 1682, it was in the occupation of Francis Lord Howard of Effingham, whose son

    Cases before the Committee, May 1650, 01 May 1650-31 May 1650

    with Col. Hacker about his non-delivery of the certificate. I 77 591 24 May 1660. Information that John Edwards, of Shurdington, rode in Lord Chandos' troop, with sword, pole-axe, and pistols, in 1643, before and at the siege of Gloucester. Subscribers-only content

    Index, S, 01 August 1545-31 December 1545

    Suss. See Shulbrede. Shuldham , Norf. See Shouldham. Shurborne , Dors. See Sherborne. Shurborne or Shurbourn , Yorks. See Sherburn. Shurdington , Glouc., i. g. 465 (39). Shurley. See Shirley. Shutford (Shuteford) , Oxon, i. g. 465 (47). Shuttle Changer

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    shower of shells fell a short time since in immense quantities. 31r Sier, baker of this town, was going to Shurdington, when, about half way, he was literally covered with them. Some of them are now in his pos- session.- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SITUATIONS VACANT (coned). Wvaistd: mast have good style: lire in-doors- S:Ung age. salary. reference. 7966, Daily post, o224 pl W ~7~ ~anted.immetliatl2, wt d -ntagham :-errd n etp'riotneel prcdaltio irst-25 n Wad.a thoroughly proetleal iMillener; most . ...... ..i.-oer Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rhurdlngion, were brought before the Magistrates it the Police Court, yesterday, charged rvith being disorderly on the public hcighwvay at Shurdington, also wvith assaultiegr Thomas Cooke, the parish constable, and damaging, his clothes to the extent of i0s. The prisoners Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the London Inn, and spent the rest of the day in out-door sports. The clubs held at Prestbury, Leekhamp. ton, Shurdington, Nag's Head and King William Inns, in Cheltenham, and at other places, turned out, and appeared thoroughly to enjo Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    but little damage was occasiloned to the building, whicb is uninsured aud is in the occupation of Mr. Saddler, of, Shurdington. The fire is said to have been caused by the room hoving leeconle overheated.. The heat enters the room Subscribers-only content

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