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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Painswick Protestant nonconformity

    1972 . A Methodist Sunday school was held at Slad in 1815 7 but no further evidence of the sect there has been found. The Congregationalists opened a chapel at Slad in 1867 . 8 A Sunday school was built

    Painswick Education

    d . helped to meet expenses, Slad , and Stroudend. In 1877 a school board was formed for the parish to which the Painswick boys', girls', and infants' sections, and the Sheepscombe , Slad , and Stroudend schools were affiliated.

    Painswick Churches

    During the 19th century the growth of the outlying settlements resulted in the establishment of district churches at Sheepscombe , Slad , and Edge , and a mission chapel at Uplands . 47 At the Dissolution the advowson passed with

    Painswick Charities for the poor

    Hill by will dated 1824, 96 but no further record of the charity has been found. The ecclesiastical district of Slad received a bequest from Elizabeth Phillips (d. by 1851 ) who left £500, the interest to be administered as

    Painswick Economic history

    found recorded as a working mill later. By 1824 a mill had been built below Slad village where a stream from Elcombe joined the Slad brook. 37 The mill was owned by R. L. Townsend in 1839 and occupied by

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mwy a lyfrau o'r doshartb hwn yn ciel eu darllen yn Nghymiu, yn ol rhif y hoblngaoth, nag mewn an Slad arall ar y ddaear. Pe bai y dynihn galluocaf, dyagedicaf, a chyvmhwysaf yn bob ystyr i fod ya ath- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y fjed1 a Sylwodd Mr. Powell fod cynydd yn y cm Iyz- y au a gobeithiai y byddai cynydd e Slad y fod pob lie wedi tala i fyny yr hyn oe Sn dd d ledus yn ei amser. y. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I OR iNCIAL IN'rELLtiGNCEP. TI Os.aNIAtM lsq yecr.-FSvenI out of taxe!ve of the Jilry have signled thPe Itloiviltar letter to Mr. '[unrrs Ferrand, Coroner:- Sie,-WVe, the iniidersigned, meinbers of tile Jriiy etrlparielled to illql'ire into the calie of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a Verdict of" Nature P 'turned in his case. Steel had died in the Infirmary also, an hour after he Slad been admitted into it, of a decay of nature, as the Surgeon thought. ile was a vagrant, committed for Subscribers-only content


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