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  • * Victoria County History *

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    List of maps and plans

    43-4 ( 1831 edn.), 234 ( 1892 edn.), 234 ( 1905 edn.) " 222 15 The outer Barton Street and Tredworth area, 1883. Detail of O.S. Map 1/2,500, Glos. XXXIII . 3 ( 1886 edn.) " 228 16 Gloucester ,

    Gloucester Protestant nonconformity

    19th century the Congregationalists and the Wesleyan and Primitive Methodists consolidated the work of missions to the Barton Street , Tredworth , and Bristol Road areas by building chapels, 21 and the Countess of Huntingdon 's chapel was reopened for


    land was confined to the lowest slopes, in Tredworth and Markham fields on the north and south sides respectively. Matson and Upton shared Markham field with Tuffley and Whaddon and shared Tredworth field, which also took in much land between

    Gloucester Education

    Street and Tredworth schools, 293 and the city education authority used it for a few years after 1904 as an overflow school for Hatherley Road . 294 Tredworth school , at the corner of Tredworth Road and Tredworth High Street


    common meadows and open fields, lay to the north in Sud Meadow, to the north-east in the Bristol road and Tredworth areas, to the east on the slopes of Robins Wood Hill , and to the south-east in the Lower

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to Lady flatheTley. CurnIOus CASE OF ATTEMPTED SuiciDE.-A blind girl sixteen years old, named Maria Limbrick, livingwith her parents at Tredworth, has attempted to commit suicide by cutting her throat, and she is now in the Infirmary. Her father is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    O Plumbers, dc.-WANTED, by a young S1n, a SITUATIQY T as Plumber, Glacier, Painter, dc.-Addressl, l MT..J.-P,O 8 Moreton Street, Tredworth, Gloucester. el1liS DOMESTIO SERVANTS. ResIpectable young Person 'wishes an ENGAGEMENT aW At n ousekeepe. in small fuminy, or in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GCeaTiet, Bellevure, Clifton, oild Soke's Croft, Bistol physiotsil. J. SAIr:ENT, Upper Blstoen, East Dean, Gloucestershilre; fut asceert::ur. T. It. KENrGIIT, Tredworth, Gloneezter, brilier and dealer. XW. J. (iOuLrTes, LyIdlney, (;louestar,rhlre, arid of Saint Lawrence, E:iex, yeoman, lately In cpartnerhltip as Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    chemist. EDxuND TsroseAs, Wion Street, Bristol, refresimaent-house keener nud licensed victarller. lt WITLIERS, Elton, Westbury-on-Severn, farmer, T. TtUer, the younger, Tredworth, Gloucester, acstioneer. J. H~orncr.'r. Kiihosrn. Mddlese:e, and of Park Street, Bristol, uphaolsterer and aucetioneer 5nod ales of Park Street, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    os XTOUTH (respectable) Wanted, to take Charge of emall Bakery I LBusiness, and make himself generally useful.-Apply. 14, Moreton Street, Tredworth, Gloucester. c1USS Y1,7OTHWantedl, as Billiard-marker, and to make himoell ..generally useful- Coach and Horses, Mary Street. ui619 Y OUTH Subscribers-only content

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