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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Chaddleworth

    Journ. Berks . Arch. Soc . i, 18, 42; Cowell, Interpreter ; Blount, Law Dict . ( Nelson 's edit.); Tomlin , Law Dict.; Wite's Mag . April 1785 ; Spectator , 614, 623; Barclay , Engl. Dict. under 'Bench';

    Index J-Z

    1422, another), Todd: Helen, m. - Pechell, W. G., s. of Wm., Wm. (d. by 1838 ), toll and team, Tomlin , Wm., vicar of Ulrome , Tonge : G. B., Ruth, m. - Danby , Thos., rector of Beeford

    Ancient earthworks

    at a point in Berring's Wood 570 yds. north-west of its end in Hark Wood and 130 yds. south-east of Tomlin 's Gate. Here as before the ditch would appear to still face eastward, and is of the same width

    Index K-Z

    Tickill: Agnes, see Spencer Rob., Tickner , Thos., Todd , Benj., Tollington Park , in Islington : nonconf. (protestant), sch., Tomlin , John, Tomlinson , Chas., Tooke , Thos., Topsfield , Ric. of, see Richard Tottenham , boro., chs., farm,

    Forest of Dean Settlement CINDERFORD AND RUSPIDGE 1880 LYDBROOK AREA 1880 FOREST OF DEAN 1994 PARKEND, BREAM, AND YORKLEY 1880

    the clearing in 1834 97 and their number increased later. 98 Some way to the north-east, within the woodland at Tomlin , there were at least three cottages in the early 1770s 99 but only a single abandoned house in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thie decree mnight be produced; and consequently the Petitioners liad, failed to prove their allegations. In a i ote to Tomlin and Raithby's edition of the statutes, it was stated, that the decree liad neither been enrolled, nor was it Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    him for trial.-Mr Carter was committed to Newgate. MARYLEBONE. Vfb0TLAroNr-On 'Monday, Thomas Heammings, 17 years of age, apprentice to MWr Tomlin, baker, Clarence gardens, Regent's park,was charged with having violated his master's daughter, a delicate-lacking little girl, eight years younger Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Almondbury, YorkIhire, storekeepers-J., J , and W. Bagshaw, Dowshueo, Yorishire, brasstounders; a.n far as regards John Bagshaw- Petty, W$ood. and Tomlin, Threadneedle street, grocers-C. Widddw oand Jane Currev, Leigh, Lancashire, grocers-l'. Mitnes and J. Metecalfe, lalifax, Yorkshire, wo'alcomubmakers -3 Waller Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Trelawney, CaPtnin Harry, Mertford street Tuvlor, Mcnry, Paellocall bt Thorne, James, Miacsbey house, South Lambeth Thorne, Charles, Conmmercial road, Pilunice Tomlin, Jobte, Finchley Valli, Frederick, Haymarket Vane lord Harry, Grosvenor place Verreyv Charles, Esq., Hanover street Warburton, Jcltn A., Esq., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    E. Kirk, Carnaby street, drapers. [Ashurst and Son, Cheapside. E. Weddell ad 'J. E. Shelton, Bridge place, City road, booksellers. [Tomlin, Bar- nard's Inn, olborn. J. Bell, Lower Thames street, City, fish factor. [Elmlsle and Co. Moorgate street. A. Warrand, Subscribers-only content

 

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