1 edition of Brief account of Charles Dunsdon, of Semington, Wilts found in the catalog.
Brief account of Charles Dunsdon, of Semington, Wilts
by printed for the Tract Association of the Society of Friends... in London
Written in English
|Series||Tract Asssociation of the Society of Friends -- no.54|
|Contributions||Society of Friends.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||36|
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Descendants of George and Jane Chandler Who Emigrated to Pennsylvania from Wiltshire, England In Notes on Wiltshire names. The place-names of Wiltshire, their origin and history. Account of Charles Dunsdon, of Semington, Wiltshire, England.
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Parish Register Of Durneford, Wilts: Ab Anno Ad Annum ()Format: Paperback. BABINGTON, CHARLES CARDALE (–), botanist and archæologist, was born at Ludlow on 23 Nov.His father, Joseph Babington (–), at the time of Charles's birth a physician, afterwards took holy orders.
He had a fondness for botany, contributed to Sir James Edward Smith's ‘English Botany,’ and taught his son the elements. Charles Bullington is on Facebook. Join Facebook to connect with Charles Bullington and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to Wilts book and makes the world more open and tion: Manager.
GENERAL SUMMARY. The towns of Ashton-under-Lyne, Stalybridge, and Dukinfield, appear to extend over a space of about statute acres. They contain the following places of worship: Ashton. Stalybridge. Dukinfield.
Total. Episcopal. 2 2 15 Dissenters. 8 7 7 22 Catholic 1 1 2 10 10 9 29 The parish of Ashton contains Episcopal Churches and Author: Edwin Butterworth. A MEMORIAL service was held at Christ Church, Esher, yesterday for racehorse owner and successful Surrey businessman, John Dunsdon, who died last month at the age of 60, writes Graham Green.
Dunsdon, who lived in Ewhurst, was the brother-in-law of Josh Gifford and had his horses with the late trainer's son Nick. The Milton Abbey Local History group is fortunate indeed to have access to three of these books. Thanks to a team of volunteers in Canada, Australia and England we have now completed the transcription of the first of these books which covers the period - We now have 18 records in a.
Spurgeon's Service at Surrey Gardens London was all astir with talk of the young preacher Charles Haddon Spurgeon. He lacked the flowery, elaborate sentences of most preachers, but his simple directness spoke to the hearts of his audience.
Some Account of the Rev. Charles Allen, Rector of St. Anne, Sutton Bonington, By Rev. Buckland, M.A. Rector of St. Anne's. THE "Common Place Book" of this priest living in the second half of the 18th century, which is the property of Mr.
Edward Hall, ofPark Grove, Barnsley, throws a light on the state of the church in the. Their son Joseph, who became an attorney in London, married Mary, the daughter of John Bond and his wife Susannah Rundell, 29 Mar. Joseph Neeld junior, the eldest of their eight children, followed his father into the law, being formally apprenticed to him, 20 Jan.
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ROBERTS, SAMUEL (–), social and political reformer, better known by his initials ‘S. R.,’ was the eldest son of John Roberts (–) [q. v.], and was born on 6 March at the (independent) chapel-house, Llanbrynmair, Montgomeryshire. Site Use Site Area ha Local Plan Reference (if applicable) N/A Current site use: • Amenity land Previous use: • Amenity land Capacity Category • Greenfield Site Characteristics Topography • The site is level Access: • Access to the site could be from Bulford Hill, although the site access is on a bend.Richard Handfield Titherington, British editors.
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