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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals Lorwing

    , a cell of Gloucester , on condition that the abbot of Gloucester renounced all claims to the church of Slimbridge . 2 Tanner, Notitia Monastica (ed. 1744), 148; Smyth, Lives of the Berkeleys (ed. Maclean), i, 69. Smyth, op.

    Houses of Benedictine monks The priory of Stanley St Leonard

    cell to that house. The endowment of the priory consisted of the churches of Ozleworth , Coaley , Arlingham , Slimbridge and Uley , 3 and in 1156 he added the church of Cam , 4 the church of Easton

    Frampton on Severn Frampton on Severn

    and Slimbridge combined to oppose encroachments on Slimbridge Warth and to resist abuses of the common. 32 At the inclosure of Slimbridge Warth in 1803 125 a. were awarded to Frampton . 33 A statement of 1800 menti oned Slimbridge

    Frampton on Severn Church

    Gloucester , 86 and lands in Slimbridge were bought yielding £33 a year c . 1790. 87 The inclosure award of 1815 replaced the vicar's tithes with an allotment of 38 a. in Slimbridge Warth and with corn-rents, 88 increasing

    Frampton on Severn Introduction Frampton-on-Severn c. 1800

    In 1668 a storehouse for the reception and sale of coal was built or proposed to be built on the Slimbridge side of Frampton Pill , 17 which was crossed as early as 1584 by a bridge called Warth Bridge

  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 8, 5 March 1646, 05 March 1646-05 March 1646

    Ordered to be communicated to the House of Commons, for their Concurrence. Ld Berkley to have Possession of Lands in Slimbridge. Upon reading the Petition of the Lord Berkley : (Here enter it.) It is Ordered, That he enjoy the

    Charles I - volume 424, June 18-30, 1639, 18 June 1639-30 June 1639

    with undue familiarity with one Jane Feverell, the wife of a fisherman of Slimbridge. He was further charged with erecting a pew in the cross pavement of Slimbridge Church, without the consent of the ordinary, by which the passage from Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 194, June 15-23, 1631, 15 June 1631-23 June 1631

    if the country would allow victuals and other content to Skimmington and his company, they would come to Frampton and Slimbridge, and throw open the new inclosures. They came to Frampton to speak with John Cage thereon, but he being Subscribers-only content

    Index, N, O

    775 (24). Newington Belhouse , Kent, 979: g. 1256 (1). Newington Green , Midd., letter dated at, 864. Newlese in Slimbridge , Glouc., g. 597 (17). Newman , Mr., clk., 213. -, , 337. -, Thos., g. 775 (19). Newmarket

    General Index, S, T, U, V, 01 October 1644-31 July 1645

    of the City of London, merchant Sleaford , co. Lincoln Slegge , , a cornet in the Royalist army, slain Slimbridge , co. Gloucester garrison of Slingesby , Col. Walter Smith , Capt. Mr. petition of Nathaniel Solomon Stephen, servant Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ESSINGTON, John (c.1667-1740), of Gossington Hall, Slimbridge, Glos.

    of Gossington Hall, Slimbridge, Glos. Constituency Dates Aylesbury 1710 1715 Ofifces Held Clerk of Mercers’ Co. ?1697–d.; gov. St. Thomas’ Hosp. 1719. Biography Essington’s grandfather (d. 1680) purchased Gossington Hall, Gloucestershire. His father served briefly as an alderman of Gloucester

    CHELMSWICK, Richard (d.1398), of Tasley, Salop.

    latter, a Cornish lawyer, remains a mystery. Through marriage he acquired the manor of ‘Seyntewey’ and property in Arlingham and Slimbridge in Gloucestershire, only to dispose of these holdings in the same year.From such inconsequential beginnings Chelmswick was within four

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    9 June 1801, 9 June 1801

    the Common Fields, Common " Meadows. Open, intermixed and Commonable Lands « and W afte Grounds, in the Parifh of Slimbridge, in " the County of Gloucefler; and for allotting and ex- " changing certain Lands, lying in the adjoining Subscribers-only content

    10 June 1801, 10 June 1801

    them, to meet on the fame Day, at the fame Place; and to adjourn as they pleafe. es th ths- Slimbridge TEnclofure Bill. Hodie ia vice lecla efi Billa, intituled, " An Act for " dividing, allotting, and enclofing, the Subscribers-only content

    11 June 1801, 11 June 1801

    Fields, B<, " Common Meadows, Open, Intermixed, and Com« '* monable Lands, and Wafte Grounds, in the Parifh " of Slimbridge, in the County of Gloucefler, and for " allotting and exchanging certain Lands lying in the " adjoining Parifhes Subscribers-only content

    20 June 1801, 20 June 1801

    Fields, Com- " mon Meadows, Open, Intermixed, and Cörtimon- " able Lands and Wafte Groundsj in the Parifh of " Slimbridge, in the County of Gloucefler, and for " allotting and exchanging certain Lands, lying in the " adjoining Parifhes Subscribers-only content

    20 June 1801, 20 June 1801

    and enclofing the Common Fields, Common Meadows, Open, In¬ termixed, and Commonable Lands, and Wafte Grounds, in the Parifh of Slimbridge, in the County of Glouceßer, and for allotting and exchanging cer¬ tain Lands lying in the adjoining Parifhes of Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the sentry-box. He was of a cheerfal disposition, and was on excellent terms with his comrades. Verdict, '1 Insanity."- At Slimbridge, a young woman, about 20, named Elizabeth Barley, put an end to her existence by shooting herself. She had Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    out of business. T. M. Clewes, Kiddermioster, gtocer. Sarah Jones. Rutabon, Denbighsbire farmer. W Fawkner, Kidderiajist'r, furniture dealer. S. French, Slimbridge, Glorcestersar-,: out of business. C. Dean, Bury, Lancashire, licensed vi tualler. S. P Hall Sht,-feld, lazor manufacturer. 1- W. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cooper, Jun., as-i B CO., Bedford Buldings, Cheltenhanm, house furaisleer Y SAMruEL Wcrrs.eAa iHAneracr, Cambridge Miills and Cambrld 7~ Farm, Slimbridge and Coaley, boths Gloucraterghiro, timber us .. cl hant, sawmill prenriet or, and farmer. b EuwAsw Avicesusco, trading as Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bar. LORD FITZHARDINGE'S HOUND8S-At a quartier to Mevli, Thursday .,., DcG. 11 ....... Hill Court, Saturday .,,. , 13 ...,,... Slimbridge Field. THE HERItEORDTaHIRE HOUTOS.-At halfpasl Tes. Thursday ... Dec. 11 ...... Callon Frome, 6aturday .... 13. Callow Gate. TiHIE Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BrimpefieldVillage. WOED FITZE1ABI)IiNGB'8 OUOINDS.-A a quarter to Elevm. This day . Feb. 23 .....,.The Ship.In (Alveston). Tuesday ...... 24 ....... Slimbridge Field. Thursday .,...,, 26. he ExArnsle Farm. Saturday ..,, 28 . Kennels. THtE HERBBBORDSHIRE HOUNDM-At hlttssul TVe Thisday da..... Subscribers-only content

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