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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Tetbury Education

    Romney 's School. 96 Elizabeth Hodges of Shipton Moyne by will dated 1723 gave £30 charged on Lorridge farm near Stinchcombe to augment the charity schools of Tetbury , and a small augmentation to the charity was made by Matthew

    Leonard Stanley Introduction

    of Stinchcombe , comprising Lorridge farm (213 a.), 2 the estate of the hospital of Lorridge or Lorwing granted to Leonard Stanley Priory in 1225 ; 3 in 1882 and 1884 Lorridge farm was transferred to the parishes of Stinchcombe

    Houses of Benedictine monks The priory of Stanley St Leonard

    £106 17 s . 17 Its possessions included rents in the vill of Stanley St. Leonard , in Slimbridge , Stinchcombe , Easton Grey and elsewhere, the manor of Lorwing, the rectories of Cam , Arlingham , Coaley , Stanley

    Nailsworth Nonconformity

    the venue for the monthly meeting for central Gloucestershire , including Cirencester , Painswick , Tetbury , Nailsworth , and Stinchcombe . Nailsworth meeting had a high proportion of poor members and various legacies for their support were left to

    Rodborough Manors and other estates

    Mill , Minchinhampton , settled the estate on the marriage of one of his sons, John Pinfold , later of Stinchcombe . John sold it in 1665 to Giles Pinfold , clothier, who was apparently the same Giles who settled

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Elertro-platedl Goads, Old China, fir, 219 NB1-The RESIDENCB to be LET, with Immediate posesaion. The Bankruptcy Act. 1113,-le G. E, STINCHCOMBE, Grocer. 40, Parade, jBtrminglinam-UnreserrailiSale of Stock of excellent GRIOCEiIES, large buaintity of Thinend Provisions. of approved -v 1y RDSO,&B~AOO Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the, and the girl handed over to hbr uncle, Mr. Thomas Stinchcombe. 'Vihe above facts having been proved in evidence, Oramnpton expressed a wish that Emma Stinchcombe should be ex- amined as a, witness. Mr. Bawle, however, stated that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Day .... Nov.21 . , Alveston Ship. Tuesday.... 22 ........ Hare and Bounds (Gllertet Road). Thursday ,, 24 . , Stinchcombe Field. Saturday.26....... Keonnels. THE HzEEFORDSHIBE HOUNDS.-At haM-past Ten. Thits day. ..,NoT. 21 .., Canon Fro-ne. Thursday 2 ..... 24 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Quarries. LOaD FITZrrAFscVNo'8 HouxNDs, at a quarter to EleBen.- This day, Nov. 18, at Quedgeley Green: Thursday, Nov. 19, at Stinchcombe ; Saturday, Nov. 21, at Itangeworthy. EMIL FITccw.LIAX'S HOUNDS, at half-past Tea-This day, Nov. 18, at W~ickersley Bar; Friday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Saturday, Nov. 21, at liiduote Stone Quarries. LORD FITZIIARDINOGES iloUND, at a quarter to Eleven.- This day, Nov. 19, at Stinchcombe; Saturday, Nov. 21, at Rauge- worthy. EAR.L FlTzwrLLIANC4 SHtouNDS, at half-past Team-Friday, Nov. 20, at Warinsworth. LON. G. FlTzWvL1JAM'B Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Index, 20 October 1831

    ; and Ayr Youths Society, 402. — Glendale Ward; Tipperary; Inistioge and Clonamery; Limerick; Wethersfield ; and North Nibley and Stinchcombe, 407. — Bandon; Denny; Newry; Johnshaven ; Hackney; Broughton ; Hastings ; Midleton; Stromness; and Presbytery of Dunblane, 408. Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 3 November 1803

    Cloth ; the ancient mode was, as is now underftood, to have been by hand. Mr. John Wallington, Clothier, at Stinchcombe in Glouceflerfhire, upwards of 30 years, being examined, faid, That he knows only of one Gig Mill now in Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 5 December 1809

    - - Curacy of Great Hutton Curacy 011 orcett- - • Rectory of Plumstead - Curacy of Llangoen Curacy of Stinchcombe - Rectory of Easington - - - Curacy of Pountley Curacy of West Doniland Curacy of Blaenporth - Rectory Subscribers-only content

    Questions, 14 November 1800

    of Almondibury, Arlingham, Afnelworth, Bagpath, Berkeley, Beverftone, Cam, Cowley, Dtirfle),Elberton, Filton, Hill, Horfield, Kingfcote, Nibley- North, Nymphsfield, Owlpen, Ozleworth, Slimbndge, Stinchcombe, Stone-Chapel, Uley, and of Wootton-undei-Edge. REGISTER of Baptifms and Burials of Elberton, defective from 3700101760, inclufive;— of Horfield, in Subscribers-only content

    Abstract of the answers and returns made pursuant to an act, passed in the eleventh year of the reign of His Majesty King George IV, intituled,"an act for taking an account of the population of Great ..., 1833

    - - Parish Owl pen ----- Parish Ozel worth ----- Parish Ttocklmmpton - - (f) - Parish Slimbridge ----- Parish Stinchcombe - - (rf) - Parish Uley Parish Wotton-under-Edge (•!) - Parish RISLEY Hundred. Bisley ------ Parish Edgewortli - - Subscribers-only content

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