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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Bisley Economic history Dangerfield's Stick Factory, Chalford 1875

    field adjoined Oakridge common on the south-east and extended up by the east side of Bisley village to adjoin Stancombe field; Stancombe field included the area north of the village and extended down into Steanbridge tithing, being bounded on the

    Bisley Hundred Bisley Hundred 1845

    1510 to the hundred of Bisley Cross 29 suggests that the ancient meeting-place of the hundred court was at the Stancombe cross-roads on the old Painswick-Cirencester road north-west of Bisley village, 30 and the name Wittantree which occurs near by

    Bisley Introduction Chalford Area c. 1840

    superseded by new turnpike roads. At Stancombe north-west of Bisley village the Painswick-Cirencester road was joined by the road from Stroud , which was turnpiked in 1823 . 38 The junction was named as Stancombe Cross in 1777 , 39

    Stroud Manors and other estates Lypiatt Park form in the early 18th century

    farm at the Vatch, part of Ferris Court , and Toadsmoor woods, and in Bisley the manorial rights and Copsegrove, Stancombe , Catswood, Calfway, and Chantry farms. 98 In 1821 the court for Bisley manor was held in the name

    Index K-Z

    , mills Staffordshire : coal trade, and see Lichfield ; Wolverhampton Stalman , Wm., lecturer of Rod-borough, Stamford (Lincs.) , Stancombe : Ric. of, Wm. of, Standish , John, rector of Rodmarton , Standish , Colethrop , vicar, see Yate

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, S, 01 January 1556-31 December 1696

    to his allowance of 200 l. per ann. , petition, & c., 311. Stamford , the Earl of, 455 (2). Stancombe , Henry, of Bristol, grocer (Customs), petition of, 342, 446. Standard pieces of gold and silver , 23. Standley


    xii, xvi-xviii committee, 196, 203, 223 Speen (Bucks.), 47 Staffordshire societies , 21, 39, 80, 97 Stairs , great, 125 Stancombe (Glos.), 46 Stanley , Sister, 30 Staton (Wilts.), 47 Starcross (Devon), 260 Starks , Sister, 21 Stepney , xv

    Index of Persons and Places, S, 01 January 1693-31-Dec-1996

    Stamp , Anth., ensign, half pay, 98. Stanborough , co. Devon, hundred of, duplicates of the assessments in, 747. Stamncomb (Stancombe), Hen ry, of Bristol, grocer, tobacco bonds, 435, 698, 761; coast bond, 1007. Standish , Patrick, reward for apprehending

    Index, S, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    Parva, Essex, 438 (4 m. 1). Stanburgh . See Stainbrough. Stanchowe , John, g. 1732 (24). Stancliff , Ric., 3598. Stancombe , John, 438 (1 m. 18). Standish , Joan wife of James, g. 1836 (11). Standlake (Stanlake), Oxon, rector

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dupey while in a state of unsound mind. At the Wellington Police court, yesterdav week, Thdomas Clor', a farmer, occupying Stancombe Farm., in the parish of Langford Bad- ville, and his wife, were charged with a series of aggravated assaults Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    placo has been op)cned to company since tht death of tlhe late duke. rd to Two miners, named Thomas mend Stancombe, wore ad. or of mitted to the iBarrow Hospital on Monlay night, suffering tiso from dreadfrsl injuries, caused by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wood, at 11. COVENTIW'S (EAL or),-This day, Ashton-nnder-Iill. at 11.30. FrTzrenancxo'ss (Lonn).-Ttis (lay, Stonelsoi-sc Court; Tlshrs day, Otzleworth Park; Saturday, Stancombe Part,, at 10.45. Lunnra.-1Vdnosday, Coddington Cross. at 10.45. I LunDLowV.-Thbi day, tdlungunford House; Satarday, Hanley lDingles, at 10. S0. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ofico, Devizes, yesterday, before Messer;. 1'. S. A. Locke (chairman), AV. Stancombe, snd P. P. Nisbet, t chiar~ge of arson was preferred by SSupersitenden' V ooalnsn of the SWilts Constabulary, againlst Mr. Pcpici of -AlIket Lavington, wiho for Imany years Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on the whole the accounts are more favourable than those of former years. In Devonshire, Mr. S. Cornisb, of ly Stancombe, states that wheat is an average, barley over on average, oats average, beans good, peas good, potatoes ail-iseased, green Subscribers-only content

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