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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Eastington Nonconformity

    43 it is a stone building with tall round-headed windows. In 1824 a chapel was built on the road between Westend and Nupend 44 by Joseph Hill . It was intended for use by Primitive Methodists, but soon afterwards Hill

    Eastington Economic history

    a. or more; Alkerton farm was 100 a. and Westend farm and one other were each c . 130 a. 3 By 1839 Alkerton farm had grown to 178 a. and Westend farm to 183 a., while there were 4

    Shipton Moyne Economic history

    a.), Street (229 a.), and Home farm (182 a.). 62 The Westonbirt estate included in 1927 the smaller farms of Westend (167 a.), Clayfield (138 a.), and Hillcourt (98 a.). 63 Pastoral farming predominated in 1901 when c . 1,450

    Eastington Introduction Frampton-on-Severn and Stonehouse area c. 1965

    late 18th or early 19th century include Nastend Farm and a house with a pigeon-loft in a central gabled dormer. Westend , a small and less compact hamlet, was mentioned by name in 1449 , 57 and a house was

    Eastington Manors and other estates

    and died in 1836 . 68 In 1835 or later a large part of Hicks's estate, including Westend farm, another farm at Westend , and one at Nastend , was sold to the trustees of Henry Bengough , who held

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    week,L when Lord W. Lennox was at the races with a well-known Noble Lord Miss Paton'left Lord W.'s farm, near Westend, taking wivth her neittei jewels not clothes beyond those on her person, and claimed the protectioneof MrWood. Under such Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wemsley park, leaving the Ruislip reservoir on the left and Willesden church on the right. The stag, after leading through Westend, crossed over Primrose hill, into the Regent's park, skirting Hamp- stead on the left, and was taken, after one Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    suddenly of apoplexy, at the baths of Gastern in the Tyrol, on the 20th ult. FATHER DOMINIC, of Poplar House, Westend, Hampstead, died at Reading on Monday, of an attack of disease of the heart, which seized him in the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Elder, Henry Weston, Comrnerciai place, St Luke Ellis, Ohs. ldeaton,jan. 49 Harley st5eet lEllis, Edeeard, Great Winchester street Ellis, John, Westend, Pinner Ellis, Thomas, Esq. High street, Whitechapel Ellis, William, Stlines Ellison, Geo. Thos. 49 Upper Seymnour street Elwin, George Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COMTMERCIAL AND MONETARY. I [Fvro our City Cbiresyoct.1 z LOSDON, Monday EveninsZ. t Bank rate of discount since January 31, 1889, 3 per cent. There was again a good demand for money in I Lombard StrceEto-day, while the supply Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Henry VIII, May 1529, 26-31, 01 May 1529-31 May 1529

    Pat. p . 2, m . 26. 1. Henry Norres, squire for the Body. Grant of three tenements in "le Westend," Grenewiche, Kent, near the dock at Billyngysgate in Grenewiche, land in Grenewiche Marshe, called Bendysh, in Eltham, Charlton, Wolwich,

    London and Middlesex Fines, Edward VI

    Easter Ann o 3. James Downes, gentleman, and Stephen Muryell and John Bokenham, gentleman, and Elizabeth, his wife, and Margaret Westend. Premises in the parishes of St. Clement Danes, without the Bar of the New Temple, London, and St. Giles

    Index, H, I, 01 July 1560-01 December 1594

    47, 48. Chris.: bowman, p. 51; unfurnished, p. 51. Chris.: bowman, p. 53. Cuthbert: bowman, p. 52. (Hogson), Dobbie, of Westend: "Falkland" & c. bills on (1592), p. 516. Gawen: his arms, p. 38. Geo.: bowman, p. 52. Henry: unfurnished, Subscribers-only content

    Index of persons and places

    Nich., 19. Westbourn , 1, 5, 6. Westbury , Marg., 59; Rich., 59. Westby , Barth., 13. Westcote , 77. Westend , Marg., 72. Westfield , Rob., 114. West Ham , free fishery in, 85. Westminster , 5, 6, 7,

    Henry VIII, Addenda, Cromwell Period Papers

    the parish of Kingston-upon-Thames, Surr. Merton mon., Sur rey. 20 March. 106 b. Thos. Wolsaye, of Clayghton, Lanc. Tenement called Westend or Bankhouse in Clayghton and pasture called Cokshotes in Ellell, Lanc. Cokersand. 20 March. 107. John Foxer, of the

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.H.5482

    Employment: farmer Location: Hampsthwaite (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Thornthwaite (Thornethwait) : undefined Hampsthwaite (Hampsthwait) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: George Taylor [Taylor] Role: witness Details: male; 31 Employment: shoemaker Location: Fewston (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): West End (Westend) : undefined Fewston (Feweston) : ecclesiastical parish

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Thomas Smyth, 26/10/1594

    Liber Cleri Detail CCEd Record ID: 174960 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Smyth Forename Thomas Title Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 26/10/1594 Office/Status Curate Location Westend/Hereford Diocese/ OTHER INFORMATION Source LPL, Whitgift's Register I (Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Whitgift,

 

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