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    Parishes Remenham

    Parishes Remenham REMENHAM Rameham (xi cent.); Rammeham, Ramenham (xiii cent.); Ramendham (xiv cent.); Rammiham (xv cent.); Remaham, Remnam (xvi cent.). The parish of Remenham is situated in a bend of the Thames on the slope of the chalk hills Victoria County History

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    Middlesex Place(s): Clements Inn (Clements Inn) : undefined Participant: James Coleman [Coleman] Role: witness Details: male; 68; Gentleman Location: Remenham Hill (Remenham Hill) : undefined Described as 'near Henley upon Thames' Place(s): Pontefract (YorkshireWestRiding) Pontefract (Pontefract) : undefined Former residence Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858

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    SEEDS. to ~~~~~~~~~~hs th JEI:FERIES' ye ar an be be tbhe Fi be JE FF E R iES Fhi, SEED STORES, sh th OXFORD. rof WEDDING PRESENTS. I A LARGIE AND VARIED STOCK pr( IN ~~~~~~~~pr( BRASS, ORMOLU, n Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    SEEDS. 1J EFFE R I ES' ~~~~~~~~~~~] JEFF ERIES' E SEED STORES, OXFORD. D WEDDING PRESENTS. 1 A LARGE AND VARIED STOCK BRASS, ORMOLU, c CABINET, & LEATHER WORK. a AN"lIN CHINA AND GLASS, AT SPIERS & SON'S, 102 Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    BURY, OCTOBER 23. tr Notices of BlRTHS, MARRIAGES, or DEATHS are received at the office of the " Bury Post," for in- sertion in any foreign, London, ur pro vincia newspaper. MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. tS" Announcement* of Marriages, &c, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    SritTES. Dec , at the Vicarage, Southminster, tho lady of the Rev <j. .. Berkeley, of a son. Dec 12, at the rectory Bowers Gifford, in this county, the wife of the Rev W. W. Tireman, of a daughter. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    BIRTHS. < Dec. 20th. at Rochford, the wife of Geo. Frederick Seymour. Lsq.. of a son. Dec. 26th, Mrs. William Randall, of Great Dunmow, of a son. Dec. 28lh, at Marsh House, Walthamstow, the wife of Mr. John S. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    HIGH WATER Al LONDON-BRIDGE IHI3 DAY. I Morning 3-23 | Afternooa 3 -10 j To-Morrow. Moraing 3 -57 | Afternoon 4 -10 | BIRI'HS. ! Allen.- On the 29th inst., nt 35, Ebury-street, Chester-square, j ilu- tvii.. of ,J. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    BIRTUS. Barrow.- On the 25th inst., at 44, Harley-street, the wife of Captain K. Bairow, of a daughter. Braniireth. - On the 27th inst., at Barham Lodge, Weybridge, the wife of Captain Branireth, R.N., of a daughter. Brooks. - Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    §i_ihs. &arnt.ops, ani «IX SHILLINGS EACH INSERTION, EY CHEQUE OK P. 0., CROSSED LLOYDS BANK, Limited (TWTNINGS BRANCH), AND MADE PAYAELE TO E. E. PEACOCK. BIRTHS. v!^nER.- 0 n the ?Cthinn., at Lynton, Watts'-avenne, Rochester, ' me »'Utr wl Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    '"^.V-'D HEAD LAUNDRYMAID of three ; also THIRD f\ A i , TrNDRVMAID.-A P ply l_ad, Digby, Min__r_e, Cern- *&____!___. ■ ___ _ •^r_njU 7 NDRYMAID WANTED where three are kept * II 1 :,,,, and cv " , Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    NAVAL AND MILITARY INTELLIGENCE. The Admiralty have ordered the return of the battleship Anson from the Mediterranean to Devonport to pay off, and to be refitted at a cost of £11,000, probably to relieve the Collingwood a. guardship at Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    _^_k^p__¥____-_^sa_*_ Ciaverton ßtreet, London, S.~_-\ iwoaennam.- Mrs. Nutiuan. 41, Tear. ; good f^^J^j^^^^j^^ H G^atdl^^^^^ Tottenham -our'-road' roo °"' good "■Wea.-Mrs. May. 26, have good personal character -A^n'nlfltw'r___f be ' ,tro *_*an_ write _Jly Mrs. jn_^^_^^^^gg3S_^^g. « WffH LMi^'^A Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    - " -_-_-»fiips WANTED in a gentleman's family, npper m fi-TPP 1 *! -, __ - _._,_ about 21 : must be willing to assist '...- _-t?* r '"i l -.7,-_'«-ages given- Amily, to-day after two . »»i-i-- V.orr.'H Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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