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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Couprt Bcu-w To DEA¶E-News reached 3 Hereford on Saturday of the shocking death of an aged a couple living at Walterstone, a hamlet among the Black i Mountains. An old man named George Pitt, believed f to have been at Subscribers-only content

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    NEWTS OF THE DAY. - AND JOURNAL. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1886. Prince ALEaXrANDEr of Hesse arrived at Dover from the Continent yesterday, arnd left for London. He has come over to attend the Royal christening. Yesterday, at Altriricham, F. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rooker. The Rev. P. 0. Lewis, an old student, has been presented to the rectory of Oldcastle and vicarage of Walterstone ; the Bishop of Liohfield has presented the Rev. G. W. Johnson to the vicarage of Holy Trinity, Short Subscribers-only content

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    labour, and undergo one year's police supervision, for having stolen 4WJb. of horse-hair, the property of Thomas Hyblrt, i of Walterstone, on June 28. A charge against j the same: prisoner of having committed an assault on Rosanna Alice Powell, Subscribers-only content

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    Joseph Boucher, alias Griffiths, labourer, Clodock; Thomas Jones, labourer, Walter- stone; and Charles Lewis, a farmer's son, Walterstone, were brought up at Abbeydore Police Court, yester- day, on the charge of having feloniously, by assault and exposure to cold, caused Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The manors extend over many thonessid actess1gEkwy- prise partm of the parishes and townships of Siicihaelchirt I fl1o tsr Ulodork, Walterstone, St. Margaret's, Essyas, Hsareldj, RillsW hamolet of Fwddwg Crallewali and Liseveyno thle RAW,sdtle Blalck Moumotams, Maesoeds, &c., in the Subscribers-only content

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    at this day remaineth (1572),near Abergaveny.o" Alterennes, or Altrynis, the anicent seat of the Cecils, is in the parish of Walterstone, on the borders of Monmouthshire, near the junction of the River Hothny with the MIonaow. Richard Cecil, father of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Borrowash, has been appointed rector as of Oldoastle and vicar of Walterstone, Monmouthshire. s' Messrs. Walker and Slater, of Derby, have secured the contract for the re-erection of Be rkley Lodge, the residence of Mr. Hamar Bass, M.P. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The malors extend over many thousand acores, and comprise parts of the *t. parishes and townships of Stichaelclinrcha, Eaclty, Clodock, Walterstone, St. Mlargaret's, Ewyas, Macold, Llaneillo, the hanilet of Psvddwg Creasivoll and Llalnveyno, the Hatterill Hiills, BlaWk Mountains, Mlaescocdls, &c., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to Ditton Prvors V Rev C. W. Howis, to Pleshey V, Essex Rev P. C. Lewis, to Oldcastle R, and Walterstone V Rev J. F. Merry, to Rollestoue V, Notts. Rev J. J. Murley, to St. Merryn V Rev R. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    John's college, to Sarah Maria, eldest daughter of the Rev. M. Morgan, Vicar of Walterstone, Herefordshire. On Friday sennight, at Tydd St. Giles, near Wisbech, Robert Norman. Esq. to Susan, third daughter of the late Benjamin Carrington. Esq. of Little Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in a Leinator newspaper. News reached Hereford on Saturday of the shock- ing death of an aged couple living at Walterstone, a hamlet among the Black Mountains. An old man named George Pitt, believed to have been at least seventy Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    per G. J. Ginever, Esq. do 5 0 0 Carter, Esq 18 0 o Miss Clarke, do 5 0 0 Walterstone, per Rev. Members of Waterloo M.Morgan 11l 3 Club, do 3 3 0 Old Castle, per ditto 0 14 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The manors extend over many thousand acres, and .nipns. parts of the parishes and townships of Michaelchur. h •_■_'■ Clodock. Walterstone, St. Margaret's, Ewyas, Harold, Ua; the hamlet of Fwd.lwg Crasswall and Llanveyno, thi- H .■■ ,-j Hills, Black Mountains. Subscribers-only content

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    quantities. The manors extend over many thuiiiand acres, and comprise parts of the parishes and townships „[ Michaelchurch, Escley, Clodock, Walterstone, St. Margaret's Ewyas, Harold, Llancillo, the hamlet of Fwddwg Crasswall mli Llanveyno, the Hatterill Hills, Black Mountains. Maescoeda <,-•■ Subscribers-only content

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    over T77 : " v -- I acres, and comprise parts ot the parishes ami , *°^i Michaelchurch, Escley, Clodock. Walterstone s f r 1 ** 11 ?" I Ewyas, Harold, Llancillo, the hamlet of Fw t idw_ ,'■ '' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    James's, Barrow-in- Furness ; rural dean of Dalton-in-Furness. Esfikassk, Rev. R. T., M.A., curate of Horsham ; vicar j of Walterstone, Herefordshire - patron, Mr. I*. B. | Barnebv. Fowler, Rev. H. B. S.. 8.A., curate of Fladbury; vicar of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    devises the Oldcastle estate, in the parish of Oldcastle, Monmouthshire, and the parish of Walterstone, Hereford- shire, with the advowsons of the livings of Old'castle and Walterstone, and the Clater Park estate, in the county of Hereford, to the use Subscribers-only content

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    Crowmarsh Gilford, Oxon- patron, the Hon. Florence Barrington. j Espinasse, Rot. R. T., M.A., rector of Oldcastle ; vicar of Walterstone, Herefordshire - by dispensation. j Evans, Rev. E., 8.A., curate of St. James. Norlands, Notting-hill : chaplain to her Subscribers-only content

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    SitevS 7l i__ n . Fr ? m dying in 1595, settled his land ■S_tJ___L£___ 7*?' in the parish of Walterstone Hereto, it- yB _? ai _ *_ be Cecil, the first Lord Salisbur," "ihere "£ °I_ S, ****, consanguinity, Subscribers-only content

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