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  • * Victoria County History *

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    English Bicknor

    English Bicknor ENGLISH BICKNOR The Rural parish of English Bicknor lies 8 km. ENE. of Monmouth on the boundary with Herefordshire and Monmouthshire. 2 It is bounded on the north by the river Wye and like Welsh Bicknor , the

    St. Briavels Hundred ST. BRIAVELS HUNDRED 1840

    St. Briavels Hundred ST BRIAVELS HUNDRED St. Briavels hundred was created between 1086 and 1220 , probably before 1154 to provide an administrative structure for the area then within the Forest of Dean . 1 The history of the

    Gloucestershire Record Office accumulations

    Gloucestershire Record Office accumulations SELECT LIST OF ACCUMULATIONS IN THE GLOUCESTERSHIRE RECORD OFFICE Deposited Collections D 23 Probyn family of Newland D 33 Machen family of English Bicknor D 34 Bell and Hall charities of Newland D 36 Colchester-Wemyss

    Forest of Dean Churches Holy Trinity Church And School, Harrow Hill , Built in 1817 .

    Forest of Dean Churches CHURCHES Before the 19th century the royal demesne land of the Forest of Dean was extraparochial and had no churches. Newland church, the rector of which was entitled under grants of 1283 and 1305 to

    Forest of Dean Introduction FOREST OF DEAN : BOUNDS 1840

    Forest of Dean Introduction THE FOREST OF DEAN The Forest of Dean lies in west Gloucestershire in the angle formed by the rivers Severn and Wye as they approach their confluence. A large tract of woodland and waste land

  • * British History Online *

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    Treasury Books and Papers, May 1744, 01 May 1744-31 May 1744

    Treasury Books and Papers May 1744 May 1744 May 1. Whitehall, Treasury Chambers. 75 . Present : Mr. Chancellor of the Exchequer, Mr. Compton, Mr. Gybbon, Earl of Middlesex, Mr. Fox. A Petition read from Edmund Field, of London,

    Index, E, 01 January 1741-31 December 1745

    Index E E Eabourne (Ebourne) , Bourne, sheriff of Warwick, 410, 418, 626. Eadon (Eaden) ( alias Elsden), Daniel, 22, 120. Eades , Thomas, 45. Eales . See Eeles. Earl Marshal and Deputy . See Marshal; Effingham, Earl of.

    Hornsey

    Hornsey HORNSEY. Name and etymology . The name of this place has undergone a very material change. From the thirteenth to the sixteenth century, public records call it Haringee, Haringhee, or Haringey. About Queen Elizabeth's time it was usually

    Report on the Charities of the Haberdashers' Company, Part II

    Report on the Charities of the Haberdashers' Company Part II HABERDASHERS' COMPANY. PART II. Hamond's Charity. Edmond Hamond, by will of the 25th February 1638, gave 400 l . to the Company to purchase ground for building almshouses for

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DISTRICT NEWS. D)UDLEY. Tinte MIAGkISTRACv.- The return of the Magistrates' Clerk shows that more than £40. profit has been realised from fines, after paying disborsements and salary for the opresent quarter. 1 FSITAIsNrt AND RE'IrVINC VFntiiEs.--At the Police Office, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LONTDON GAETTE.-JAAY 29. THE BA4NKRUTPTCY ACTS 1883 AND 1890. RECEIVING ORDERS CArmrLEs LisaveoOD Carlton Road, late Lorne Road, both Kirlkey, Lowestoft, wheelwright. RCtiowxno Ros, sen., Riattl'sdeu, Suffolk, becrhouse- keeper and dealer. THOM3ALS ELLIS, BUnwell, Norfolk, farm'r. SAMUEL BLUNDELL, St. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND. CONF1FMATsoi,-o IN A WORKHOUSE.-The Bishop of Lilandaff, on hearing from the Rev. T. Theophilus, vicar of Trodegar, that there were several old people, inmates of the workhouse, who were pre- pared for confirmation, but would Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IMPERIAT PAJRLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS-TUFSDAY, SEPT. 28. The second reading of the Royal Gardens bill was moved by the D1)ck of WELLINGTON. Lord I3ROUGHAM pranounced an eulomium on his Noble Friend who was lately at the head of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    w'OURT AND FASHION. THE QUEEN'S VISIT TO COWES. Her Mfajestv and Prince Albert accompanied the King of the French on Monday to Gosport, when, owing to the boisterous weather, he returned to his dominions by way of Dover and Subscribers-only content

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