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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine monks The priory of Stanley St Leonard

    became a cell to that house. The endowment of the priory consisted of the churches of Ozleworth , Coaley , Arlingham , Slimbridge and Uley , 3 and in 1156 he added the church of Cam , 4 the church

    Gloucester Topography, 1547-1720

    Street , which has a carved wooden fireplace with the date 1650 and the arms of the Yate family of Arlingham , 6 has the most decorative timber front in the city. The major changes in the city during the

    Fretherne and Saul Manors and other estates

    built up a considerable estate centred on Fretherne Court. Most of the estate, amounting to 676 a. and extending into Arlingham , was sold in 1919 , following the death of Sir L. E. Darell. 63 The purchaser, Alfred Daniels

    Newnham Introduction Newnham 1969

    absence of a long jetty on the Arlingham side meant that the passengers often had to be carried across the mud on men's backs. 30 After Newnham station opened in 1851 cattle from Arlingham were ferried to the railway until

    Frampton on Severn Church

    the Bishop of Gloucester , 76 the patron in 1968 . Since 1952 the Vicar of Frampton has also served Arlingham parish. 77 The vicar's portion was valued at £4 6 s . 8 d . in 1291 78 and

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, A, 01 February 1689-30 April 1690

    Jacob Argyll , Archibald, Earl of Countess of Argyllshire Ariaens (Aryiens), Gervert Neellie Ariens , Peter Ariesz , Jacob Arinstoun Arlingham , Abraham Arlington , Countess-Dowager of Earl of Armagh Armar , William Armesia (?), Archbishop of Armistoun , Laird Subscribers-only content

    Warrant Books, May 1708, 11-20, 11 May 1708-20 May 1708

    custodiam lease under the Exchequer seal to Simon Harcourt & Dame Eliz his wife of several lands & tenements in Arlingham Co Gloucester, part of the estate of John King alias Blackney outlaw. Ibid. [? ] The like of a

    Book 1, 1655

    August 1655 [turned over to M r Braithwayte Clothworker ] . 3 John Heyward the sonne of Thomas Heyward of Arlingham in the County of Gloucester husbandman hath put himselfe app r ntice to Thomas Atkinson master of the Company

    Cases brought before the committee, November 1650, 01 November 1650-30 November 1650

    Gloucester in 1643, he was taken prisoner by the Parliament soldiers when going to Berkeley, coming over the passage to Arlingham, and sent to Gloucester Castle. G156 409 413 Major John Childe, or Chiles, Northfleet, Kent. 2 Nov. 1650. Vol. Subscribers-only content

    Entry Book, April 1674, 01 April 1674-30 April 1674

    14 0 Same for the scite of the manor of St. Augustine's, near Bristol, and for the several manors of Arlingham, Bradford, & c., paid by the Dean and Chapter of Bristol 85 10 0 Same for divers chantry lands

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CHELMSWICK, Richard (d.1398), of Tasley, Salop.

    of the latter, a Cornish lawyer, remains a mystery. Through marriage he acquired the manor of ‘Seyntewey’ and property in Arlingham and Slimbridge in Gloucestershire, only to dispose of these holdings in the same year.From such inconsequential beginnings Chelmswick was

    WESTWOOD, Hugh (by 1500-59), of Chedworth, Glos.

    offspring the bulk of his lands and goods passed to his nephew Robert Westwood; his widow received the manor of Arlingham, on the banks of the Severn (which she had probably brought to the marriage), with cattle, sheep and household

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    4 December 1800, 4 December 1800

    Grounds, and alfo the " Open. Fields and Meadows, and Commonable and in- " termixed Lands within the Parilh of Arlingham, in the " County of Gloucefler ;" to which they defire the Con¬ currence of this Houfe. Ds. Grenville, Subscribers-only content

    5 December 1800, 5 December 1800

    to attend Com¬ mittee on Froviftons. E. Bathurft et al. Leave for a Bill: Bill read. Arlingham Enclofure Bill. Sunning Road Bill. To acquaint them, That the Lords have agreed to the faid Bills, without any Amendment. Upon reading the Subscribers-only content

    31 December 1800, 31 December 1800

    Wafte Grounds, and alfo the Open Fields and " Meadows, and Commonable and Intermixed Lands " within the Parifh of Arlingham, in the County of " Glouceßer." 23. " An Aft for naturalizing Chriftoph Weltje." To thefe Bills the Royal Subscribers-only content

    27 March 1810, 27 March 1810

    a Tunnel or Road under the River Se- " vern, from the Parifh of Newnhatn to the Parifh of " Arlingham, in the County of Gloucefler;" to which they defire the Concurrence of this Houfe. The faid Four Bills were, Subscribers-only content

    29 March 1810, 29 March 1810

    maintaining a Tunnel or Road under the " River Severn, from the Parifh of Newnham to the " Parifli of Arlingham, in the County of Ghucefter" Archiep. Cantuar. Ordered, That the faid Bill be committed to the Consideration of the Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Meanly, Bloxwich, Staffordshire, butcher. Attorney, Mr. Hilkt, Surrey-sireet, Strand. T. Riley, Weduesbury, Stnffordsl~irecarpenter. Attorney, Mr. Hunt, Surrev-street, Strand. J. Merrelt, Arlingham, Gloceqtershlire, cattle-dealer. Attornies, Messrs. Vizard and Blower, Linvoin's-inn-fields. IL Armstrong, Worcester-sireetl Uninn-sireet, Borough, hat-ma- .nufacturer. Attorney, Mr. Meot, Elssex-steeet, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Arriving on the other side of the river he told one of the ferry- men he should be crossing to Arlingham at night, and desired he would wait up at the ferry-house to put him across, which the ferryman promised Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PROPERTY, unmsely : THE SEVERN BANK HOTEL; A DWElLING HOUSE (fsrrmerly known as the BRIAR HOsrjL; Anid ilic NEWNIIAjI acd ARLINGHAM FERRY across the River Severn, cnd Appiertenauces. , The Severn Bank Hotel was erected rather nesro than a RYear Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    uindermentioned PRIOPERIV, niamely:- THE SEVERN BANK HOTEL; A DWELLING HOUSE (formerly krnown an thne BEAR HOTEL); Arid thle NEWNIOAM anld ARLINGHAM FERRY acroos the River Severn, and Appnirtenances. The Severn Bank Hotsl was erected ratiner more than a year ago. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the 28th ult, were: Thomas Llewellyn Lloyd, Wrex. , ham, Denbighehire; Joseph Hunt, Hopwoo&, near Liver. pool; Edmund Burton Bavenhlll, Arlingham. near Stone- house; Francis Hlollingehead, Coventrzy -Alexander Milt- c hell,! Birminghamn; HenDry William I angley Browne, West Bromwrlcb, of Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The tocsin: or, Slavery the curse of Christendom, 1825

    Morrison had been listening to their conversation for some time, when he turned from them to say something to their mother. ", I met Frank Arlingham , and Mr. Walk - cjr, this evening ;" said he. "They tell me Subscribers-only content

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