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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hope Bowdler HOPE BOWDLER c. 1842

    Hope Bowdler HOPE BOWDLER Comprising the manors and townships of Hope Bowdler , Chelmick , and Ragdon , Hope Bowdler parish (1,730 a., 700 ha.) 11 lies 3 km. east-south-east of Little Stretton , mainly on the south-facing slopes

    Parishes Dowdeswell

    Parishes Dowdeswell DOWDESWELL Fig. 2: Dowdeswell, 1882 Dowdeswell parish, which formerly included most of the hamlet of Andoversford , lies at the edge of the Cotswold escarpment 6 km. south-east of Cheltenham . It was recorded from the late

    Index K-Z

    Index K-Z K.N. Engineering , n Keay , Jas., Kemberton , Rog. of, Kemberton : agric., farms, n bdy., C.P., coal and ironstone, Halesfield industrial estate, q.v . iron, prot. nonconf., Kensington , South ( London , formerly Mdx.):

    Index K-Z

    Index K-Z Keay & Co. , and see Key keepers (gamekeepers) and parkers , and see foresters; lodges: park or keepers'; warrener Kemberton , Kempe, C. E. , Kempson, F. R. , Kemsey : Rob., Sim., Steph., fam., 'Kenbecleag'

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HOUSE OF LORDS.-ORIGIN OF THE TITL1V | - OF OUR DUKES AND MARQUISSES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. I Sra,-Allow me to congratulate the unparliamentary portiof Y readers on the adjournment of the two Houses. Allow Ie to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    H OLLIDAY, LXWI, AViD 00, UNDERTAEP AND 1UxuAL VURMSEaM. WA.RWIOK HOUSE, 'ul?" PRICPAID ADFRBTISMBMNTS VON O0Onm110 tiv Insertions of the casie of ADVERTISEMENSTS paioIuard below, the following re the charge. Twoha ile (nine worls to a line) ......... aa Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BOROUGH ON BIRMINGHAW. gLEOTIO X' OF 80HOOL BOARD, .2&rr NOVxEBE1t13, 1870. TEHOMAS PRIME Esquire, Ratmning Officer for .II the Boroagh of Biminsham, o do' herebj 4ve Notice, that I eb ra ca PPLLIlN3 BOOTHS or POLhlNCI PIACKS to be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PRIVATE CORRESPOiiDENNE. LONDON, Saturday. O-rE of the leading measures of the session received the coup de grace at the handsof Lord Cairns last night. Mfeasures for facilitating the transfer of land and for regulating the succession to real property Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SITUATIONS ~JN ~ -Wiitt~l. , irtovallla s. Uaproveri, and W ApJlD OUiimi jnil tirkir, 42. Xew trt'et. ed729 ---,f~_V~t~, jnnd.t~.arip~the experlenced Young IF... tili la'ty Drapivi an-1 T.-.iiiiiig Trade.- Al LAereimnl!5tj I ti u: lietStrt. W.A1vcrhampton. cU ',s oIe Subscribers-only content

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