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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes West Wycombe

    Parishes West Wycombe WEST WYCOMBE Wicumbe (xi cent.); West Wycumb (xiii cent.); Haveringedune alias West Wycombe (xiii-xvii cent.). West Wycombe is a large parish on the Oxfordshire border, having an area of 6,542 acres. Of this acreage 2,999 acres

    Woolaston Introduction

    Woolaston Introduction WOOLASTON WOOLASTON is a parish of scattered hamlets lying midway between Lydney and Chepstow. Roughly rectangular in shape, it rises from the River Severn to the high ground of Tidenham Chase . The account printed here relates

    Woolaston Manor and other estates

    Woolaston Manor and other estates MANOR AND OTHER ESTATES. Before the Conquest Brictric son of Algar held two hides in WOOLASTON within Twyford hundred. 6 Unlike other estates of the great thegn the manor of Woolaston probably never belonged

    Parishes Hedsor

    Parishes Hedsor HEDSOR Heddesore (xiii cent.); Haddesovere (xiv cent.); Hedshore, Endesouere, Eddysore, Edsor (xvi cent.); Hedsworth, Essor (xviii cent.). Hedsor is a small parish opposite Cookham , presenting well-wooded precipitous banks to the River Thames , which bounds it

    The Hundred of Westbury 1 The Hundred of Westbury 1845

    The Hundred of Westbury 1 THE HUNDRED OF WESTBURY WESTBURY hundred lies on the west bank of the Severn in two separate parts. From the mid 17th century it comprised the parishes of Blaisdon , Newnham , Tidenham ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ASSIZES. KINGSTON, THURSDAY, MARCH 29. Jobre Connell, the milan who was accused of killing his mother by throw- ing a pair of bellows athier, as stated in our last Number, was found guilty 01 manslaughter, and sentenced to 12 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ROYAL lTALIAN OPERA, COVENT GARDRN. rVjIHF Directors of the Royal Italian Opera I beg scost respectfully to inform thle Nobility, Gentry, Sub- sorihero. enI the Public, tslet the Season of IS52 vil comulcuce en Saturday next, Marcll 27th. During Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    C HARILES MEEKING and Co. sell the vcry best CARPETS that are made. Prices are muol lower. 62 Holborn hill. d-IREAT WESTERN RAILWAY.- VTALTERATION,.fTIMLEonand AFTERthe Ist ofAPRIL The Morning Express Train will leave Paddington at 9s45 A.-D instead of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GUIDE BOOXS. Additions are still made to the number of Guide Books for those who confine their travels within bounds of the three kingdoms. The latest of Mr Murray's Handbooks, is the Handbook to South Wales (1). It sets Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I MTRI)S AND ATTMTED MURDEI I THE LONDON TRAGEDY. ;e, The painful tragedy which was perpetrated in Mans- ir feld Road, Gospel Oak, London, on Monday, has created at a sad impression among the residents. The identifica- he tion Subscribers-only content


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