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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Broom

    The Feathers , Tinker's Bush , Great Kite Furlong , Mins Yard Field or ' Little Gain ,' Hazel Wicket Sling and Little Coney Gree . The cross-roads at one boundary of the parish are called Hackman's Gate , formerly

    Parishes Bulford

    camp. Permanent red-brick barracks were built on a grid pattern either side of Marlborough Road c . 1910. From 1914 Sling barracks to the north replaced the tents and housed the New Zealand forces. The barracks were all called after

    Forest of Dean Local government and public services

    part of the Forest piped water was supplied from Upper Redbrook from 1931 in a scheme incorporating a reservoir at Sling and a tower at Yorkl ey . 57 In 1965 the undertakings of East and West Dean rural districts

    Parishes Frankley

    place-names are Grandynneslone Road, 6 Whickeweye, 7 Bynghameslond, Berghenlond, Slowlond, Hullefeldes, 8 Brande Ground , 9 Hoblets, 10 Jounax, Hobacre, Sling , Welsh Meadow, Sollycroft, Kettles, Grumbling Leasowe , Price's Wood, or Priests' Wood, Ravenhays Wood, Scotland Lane , and

    Parishes Stanway Stanway, 1962

    streams which join the River Isbourne start in the parish, one flowing west along the north boundary, another called the Sling stream flowing north-west through Stanway village, and the third, the Withybrook , crossing the south part of the parish

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1, Mary J. Hugbes, Pencastell; 2, 'M. A. LewisTa5yfron. 6. Darllen difyfyr a rai dan1 5 oed; 1, william Hughes, Sling; 2, J. R. Jones, Pendinas; - 3,John Lewis Tanyfron. 7. Can gan John Jones, Penyffriddoedd. S. Beirnmad. ;aeth ar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y : rhestr a Oodir yn rhai o'r papyrnu. Coinwn YAdd& Am r yr- Qwen Hugbes,mob i Mr. Owen Hughes, Sling, yt rybiea yn Mbone y Twreh flyny.Odafu, alprbahgon I glandog a obryf. Robert Parry, .ab i't dik dar Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dcriad zhew t La->r oeddyoa 1 ynglio mwn:Iyn ,yu . agos i 1eheeta. Arfon. Meiblon oeddynt i Mel. Roiert Perry,, Sling, sc Owen Eftas, Waengefai. Bawyd m mawryi. 6riau cyn dod s hyj i'w vrY.if:. a Xs Ola d'weddaf, bu Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Faith. The tendency of the present day is to discard Con- fessions of Faith, and to regard churches that Sling to them as creed bound and fossilized. Every churdh must have a creed whether formulated or not. A' creed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ddaa gapel bychain, prydferth ya a ystod y fiwyddyn, sef un yn Llanfiliangel, ger Llangoed, b a'r llall yn y Sling, yn agos i Beaumaris, a thebyg yw y y gwelir yno eglwysi wedi en syfydiu cyn'bo hir. I a Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    3 March 1803, 3 March 1803

    43 Geo. III. Journals of the Houfe of Lords. 47 IE Jovis, 3° Februarii 1803. Domini tam Spirituals quam Temporales prsefentes fuerunt: Epus. Ellen. Epus. Ciceflrien. Epus. Rofferu Dux Clarence. Ds. Eldon, Cancel- larius. Dux Portland, Prasfes. Dux Norfolk Subscribers-only content

    10 March 1823, 10 March 1823

    Parks, Heyner's Gardens or " Cherry Orchard, Part of Orchard above the House, " Gaston's Square Piece, Sling next Hewitt's Garden, " Sling next Gaston's, and Syden Lane Rick Yard, con- " taiiiing altogether Thirty-three Acres or thereabouts, " upon Subscribers-only content

    2 April 1824, 2 April 1824

    Little Parks, Heyners Gardens or Cherry Orchard, '' Part of Orchard above the House, Gaston's Square '< Piece, Sling next Hewitt's Garden, Sling next Gaston's, 'c and Lyden Lane Rick Yard, containing altogether 33 " Acres or thereabouts, upon and Subscribers-only content

    2 April 1824, 2 April 1824

    other Lands in the said Bill mentioned, and called or known by the Name of Garston Square Piece, and the Sling next Garston's ; and that he had since the 14th of November I8O7 holden and occupied, and then held Subscribers-only content

    14 May 1830, 14 May 1830

    to " Brighton ; and not being able to work ; I had my Arm <e tied up in a Sling at the Time, and had no other « Means." " Was that at the Time you lost your Arm Subscribers-only content

 

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