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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Newnham Nonconformity

    1814, and 1822, and in 1825 David Prain , minister, registered two houses; 56 there was a chapel near the Soudley iron-works in 1839 . 57 The Newnham and Blakeney Tabernacle was an Independent chapel founded in 1825 ; 58

    Newnham Economic history

    by the Lower Soudley iron-works, ½ mile further up the Soudley brook and, like Ayleford , on the Hayhill estate. The iron-works owned by Edward Jones that were rated in 1824 95 may have been at Soudley rather than at

    Forest of Dean Introduction FOREST OF DEAN : BOUNDS 1840

    in its southern Soudley brook forms a long winding valley through the east part. Blackpool brook, so called by 1282 , 7 carves another deep valley through the south-eastern edge of the high land to meet Soudley brook at Blakeney

    Forest of Dean Local government and public services

    An underground drainage and sewerage system built for Cinderford and Ruspidge between 1876 and 1878 emptied into Soudley brook at treatment works above Soudley . 47 The system was extended later and the sewage works were enlarged several times before

    Eyton upon the Weald Moors Manor and other estates

    and Soudley (d. 1701). 16 On Soudley 's death without issue the estate passed to his uncle, the Revd. John Eyton of Wellington (d. 1709), 17 who was succeeded by his son Soudley , a minor. 18 On Soudley Eyton

  • * British History Online *

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    Chantry Certificate, 1548, City of London

    a chantry priest at St Paul's; total deductions 1 3s 4d. Clear remainder 3 10s p.a. Memoranda: 180 communicants. Thomas Soudley, rector, receives 18 13s 4d p.a. There are no other priests except his curate. 20. [m. 5d ] St

    Index of person and places

    Somerton , Thomas, priest, 40n, 211 Somner , Henry, 220 Soper Lane , 21, 43 Sopland , William, priest, 90 Soudley , Thomas, priest, 19 South Mimms (Midd.), xxxii bis . 117, 190b Southwark (Surr.), xii(n); St Mary Magdalene, 219;

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A BROOI;.-At the Little- def dean olicc Court yesterday. EmInna Mariln, an unfortunatc. pat was charged with' being d6unrhk at Soudley on thi 20th 'con 3 lust. James Griffiths and Geor-e Hart, of bradley, were clai ae tharged at tie Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE IRON TRADE OF SOUTH STAFFORD-: SHIBRE AND SHROPSEIRE. The following particulars of the number of furnaces in blast in this distrio, also in Shropshire and the Forest of Dean, are extracted from the circular of Mr. Samuel Griffiths, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .......... Lawley ............ Lightmoor.......... Madeley Court...... Katir ............ Lilleshalt .......... Madeley Wood .... Stireley .......... Newnham .......... Park End ......... Soudley ........... i a 3 2 2 4 5 4 S 2 4 2 2 .3 4 3 3 3 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fetched £3. Os. end £3. Gs. Gl., cash, long weight, at the works here. Forest of Dean, both Cinderford and Soudley, were in good request, and a brisk business was done in both, at £4. cash, delivered here. 2,000 toins Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DEAN. SOUDLEY IRONWORKS. TO BlE SOLD BY AUCTION,. Y JAMES KAIN at the Spread Eagle Hotel, Glonoes. ,,,S!ter, on THURSDA Y, the 15th day of November next, at Four o'Cok in the afternoon- all those BLAST FURNACES, situate at Soudley, Subscribers-only content

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