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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Powick

    part. 4 The upper part has been rebuilt in brick. South of the village along the Upton road , at Stanbrook , is St. Mary 's Benedictine Abbey , a nunnery removed here in 1838 from Salford Priors in Warwickshire

    Parishes Wooburn

    remaining fee of the Deyncourts in Wooburn was held in 1235 by William Fisher , John of Elmeden, Thomas of Stanbrook and the other half by the heirs of Ralph of Medburn , 199 but no later trace of these

    Houses of Benedictine monks Abbey of Evesham

    relics, see the story well told in St. Egwin and his Abbey of Evesham , compiled by the Benedictines of Stanbrook , near Worcester . Harl. MS. 3763, fol. 63; Cotton MS. Vespas. B. xxiv. f. 74b. Harl. MS. 3763,

    Townships West Derby

    held, in exchange for the release of a right to common of pasture in the earl's waste between Tunbrook and Stanbrook , and Tunbrook and White Moss , but saving to the prior and his successors estovers of reasonable turbary

    Parishes Corse Corse , Hasfield and Tirley , c. 1797

    is recorded as that of a hamlet of Corse in Bigland , Glos . i. 425, though not elsewhere; cf. Stanbrook Farm, near the bridge, and the name William de Stauntebrige: Pleas of the Crown for Glos . ed. Maitland

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    or three or foar Rteams (IUifeir- ',lnsleitc, bya Ladys, near Crithelic ehsR1el, at any of utndermosn- tinned places: Little liflalveri, Stanbrook, roadway, Evesliani. or p d. esrounelingtnefglibourhood.-Ae~lalre, 429, Daily Foot, cR282 - T ERSlGNERS.-The OCeaSiocIal Ser2vices ofL clever Designer lIe- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a servant, and made their escape. They have not yet been captured. A new abbey has just been commenced at Stanbrook, near Worcester, for the muns of the Benedictine Order. Messrs. Pugin, Ashley, and Pugin, of Victoria Street, Wcstminster, are Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ;y BINoLEY--Fearnley, 29, Main-Street. SHEFFuELD-Mrs. Tusrton, 16, St. James's Row. di .d WVENTIVOaTH-Cooper. Seedsman-Street. SELBIY-Ei. Hare, Gawthorpe-Street. Pi Ad GAaORAVE-J Stanbrook, Draper. RIL-CALL--R. Itull. re GisauaN-Westhy, Old Hall. la ~d The Company continue to appoint Agents in those Towns where Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WnTny~-T.Lorraine, near the Railway Station. SILY near Bradford-51r. Dean, Uhoumist. W: BrINGLxy--Vearnley, 29,Main-Street. SlIEFIRLD-Ers. Turton, 16, St. James's Row. GAssuaAVIC-J Stanbrook. Draper. RICCALL-lt. Rtuff. SC x-GISBURN-Westby, Old Hall. co - The Company continue to appoint Agents in those Towns where Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    assaulting a game watcher in the employ of G. J. Yarhurgh, Esq., of Heslington Hall, of the name of Arthur Stanbrook. The complainant for come time pest has been obnoxious to the poachers of the neighbourhood, several of whom he Subscribers-only content

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