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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Minchinhampton Protestant nonconformity

    preached on Minchinhampton common in 1739 and 1742; 82 the spot from which Whitefield preached became known as Whitefield 's Tump and was still preserved by his followers as an outdoor preaching-place in 1820 . 83 Whitefield influenced Thomas Adams

    Tidenham including Lancaut Manors and other estates

    The house was evidently TIDENHAM HOUSE which by the 1760s was owned, with an estate that also included Hanley farm, Tump farm at Sedbury , and a farm at Lancaut , by William Jones . 59 Jones went bankrupt while

    English Bicknor

    to Lydbrook in the late 18th century. 19 Lower Tump Farm, the older of the two, 20 had belonged to William Bennett (d. 1761) 21 and, to the south, Upper Tump Farm, formerly known as Lewis House , to the

    Parishes Castlemorton

    possibly during the 'anarchy' of Stephen's reign by a member of the Folliott family. Its position is marked by 'Castle Tump ' and its surrounding ditches in the village to the south of the church. Its defences were probably of

    Townships Rainhill

    married James Tatlock of Scholes , and their daughter Frances, who died in 1871 , married Joseph Beaumont of the Tump in Monmouthshire. Their son and heir, James Beaumont , sold the hall in 1881 to Lady Stapleton - Bretherton

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bick Stesirattcs, hiaPtry, ~.arder, two, litge Cellitr and two Wine Collnia, tEo S 0(itohens, Hont anti Cold Water 19vipldy, anti Tump - dso, o~vared T Perlteo~sai.Sabi, ouh-IoneAfa'sIlomn; Lanuvnlu'frout, T shend~tt by lofty, .wnlt grown elmsix largs Tcrnnis, Lawn, smnaller Lawin, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Nottieecham; iren Sawbesech, with three Circular Saws, ayfor haced or steam; set of Weston's Patent Pulleys, by Trengyc 50'Brotleers: Tump of HAY, d. Sale to commlenes0 all o'clk pronipil Catalogues to be obtained at the Auctioneere' Offices, Higls Street Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Acres eoch; Rick of WHEAT, of 41/ acres; part BRik of Old 1HAY, sboot 3i.e tens; ditto, abont nine tons; Tump of Clover, 51/. acres Scvedes; Two Acres White TURNIPS; ralcntity of Heay, in tmes;lockY Strw, twenty-four ba3g of RYe Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    necessitating its being dravn by tanks at a to cost of £400. a year. Furthser, the inflow from the to Tump rColliciv restricted the output of the coal. The *; (Chairmani: That point we cannot talke into con- sideratiom. Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BIretby 111 ; Saturday, 3, The lieU, tt'arton-under-N oedwood. ?iacl tTUBTssNrLe (at 11).-Thursday, January 1, The Hendre; Irrday. 2, The Tump, Rockileld. ';ruFora (at l).-Ti'his day, December 30, The Oakes Church aturday. Jnanuary 3, Quorn. IAD'OILqutIt REAND NVEST HixxaaoRxanIEt (at Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, T, 01 September 1615-31 August 1617

    recalled because of Corona Regia , 532, 538; throws difficulties in way of Stodder, 558. Tulleophelim , 240 n . Tump , the Cavalier, 160. Tunis , 12, 171. -, pasha of, 18. -, pirates at, 81, 82, 133, 341,

    Venice, March 1616, 16-31, 16 March 1616-31 March 1616

    foot. The archduke Maximilian had sent orders to Colonel Pethen to raise a regiment of infantry and to the Cavalier Tump to enlist 500 horse, so that everything points to war. But the most serious matter is the money provided

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