Charles Henry Plumb
Charles Henry Plumb, barón Plumb (Warwickshire, 27 de marzo de 1925) es un político británico, ex eurodiputado por el Partido Conservador, parte en aquel entonces de Demócratas Europeos. Fue presidente del Parlamento Europeo en el periodo comprendido entre el 20 de enero de 1987 y el 24 de julio de 1989, cuando Enrique Barón, del Partido Socialista Europeo, le sucedió en el cargo.
Líder de los campesinos ingleses, fue presidente de la National Farmers Union entre 1970 y 1979, año en que fue elegido eurodiputado. Permaneció en el Parlamento Europeo un total de veinte años. El 6 de abril de 1987 se le otorgó el par vitalicio de Barón Plumb de Colleshill, en Warwickshire.

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Charles Henry Plumb, Baron Plumb, DL (born 27 March 1925) is a British farmer who went into politics as a leader of the National Farmers Union. He later ...
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Farmers Weekly Lifetime Achievement Award 2013: Lord Henry Plumb
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British, Member, House of Lords; born: 1925; parents: Charles Plumb and Louise Plumb (née Fisher); married: Marjorie Dorothy Plumb (née Dunn), 1947; ...
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Charles Henry Plumb Plumb (Author of Impressions of Three MEPs)
Charles Henry Plumb Plumb is the author of A Yeoman Of England (0.0 avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews, published 2002), The Sixteen Satires (3.89 avg rati...
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Charles Edward Brownrigg was born on 3 February 1865 at Maryborough, County Laois, Ireland.2 He was the son of Thomas Marcus Brownrigg and Meriel  ...
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Buddies in the Saddle: Glossary of frontier fiction: H(habit – hickory shirt)
Below is a list of mostly forgotten terms, people, and the occasional song, drawn from a reading of frontier fiction, 1880–1915. Each week a new list, progressing through the alphabet, “from A to Izzard.
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Famous birthdays for the 27th of March. See which celebrities, historical figures, scientists and criminals were born on 27 March.
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Mathews' Bristol Street Directory 1871 Rack Hay, Back Street Raglan Place, Stapleton Road Railway Cottages, King Street, Bedminster Railway Terrace, Kingsland Road Ranger’s Court, Lamb Street Ranson's Court, Bragg's Lane Red Lane, Redcliff Meads Redcliff Back, Redcliff Street www.flickr.com/photos/brizzlebornandbred/sets/72157615761... William Baker & Sons, corn merchants www.flickr.com/photos/brizzlebornandbred/2060341010 Bram & Son, coopers, etc P. Rowe, steamship agent Harris & Sellick, rag merchants Thomas Davis, coal merchant Richard Cripps, wharfinger Lucas, Brothers & Co. Redcliff wharf Edward Mill Veal, vict, Carpenters' Arms (pub) 1816. William Lockwood / 1820. James Warbutton / 1823 - 32. James Jones / 1834 - 39. Elizabeth Jones / 1840. Thomas Kerslake 1842 - 44. Jane Prewett / 1847. William David / 1848 to 1853. Edward Johns / 1854 to 1855. Mary Johns 1856 to 1857. Gregory Davey / 1858 to 1860. John Mallett / 1861. Eleanor Mallett / 1863 - 75. Ann Osborne / 1876 to 1878. R. E. Veal 1879. Edward Veal / 1881. James Andrews / 1882. Fanny Andrews / 1883. James Pollard / 1885 - 87. Sarah Hughes 1888. Sarah Williams / 1889. George Nott / 1891 - 99. Henry Davis / 1901. Mrs. E. Davis / 1904 - 09. Elizabeth Hinton. Edward Johns was also a fire brick maker Redcliff Buildings, Redcliff Hill Redcliff Crescent (east, west, & centre) York Road, Bedmister Redcliff Hill, Redcliff Street to Bedminster Bridge www.flickr.com/photos/brizzlebornandbred/sets/72157615761... 1. George Gardiner, surgeon 5. John Coles, joiner 7. William Morse, surgeon & dentist 8. Henry Hart, ship surveyor and valuer 9. William John Knight, plumber & painter 10. Webb & Thomas, milliners 11. J. W. Willway & Co. dyers, Redcliff house www.flickr.com/photos/20654194@N07/2052840014 12. Charles Hanney, Co-operative Society Stores 13. John Hillier, basket maker 14. Mrs Tidcombe, earthenware dealer 29. Elizabeth Jane Harris, dyer John Tutt, hairdresser 14. John Webb, dairyman Mrs Bethell, dress maker 15. Cleophas Shaddick William Prowse, carpenter 16. Robert Long, saddler, etc 17. Josiah Harris, pawnbroker 19. John McCartney, currier 20. Charles Sherwood, baker 22. Frederick Harding, pork butcher 24. William Stone, paper hanger 25. Samuel Mansfield, boot maker 26. Alfred Martin, boot maker 27. Alfred Whittle, greengrocer etc 28. William Orchard, pork butcher 29. William Henry Richards, dentist & watch-maker 30. John Mathews, butcher. 31. George Williams, grocer 32. Robert Henry Smith, potato stores 33. John Thomas Wilkins, tailor 34. James Thomas, hay dealer 36. William James Hall, grocer 37. Aldred D. Collard, butcher www.flickr.com/photos/20654194@N07/2042727109 38. Charles Harrison, confectioner William Merrick, builder & professor of singing, Rossini villa 39. Theophilus Ackerman, druggist 6. Henry Thompson, saddler, etc 7. Mary Ann Garland, straw hat maker 8. John Peace Couch, boot maker 9. William Kirk, news-agent 11. William Frederick Sheppard, hatter 12. David J. Thomas, hosier 13. John Coates, watch maker 14. William Goulter, chemist 15. Albert Edward Flux, linen draper, etc 16. Elizabeth Jones, confectioner 17. Miss Sheppard, greengrocer 17. Robert S. Cole, plumber & gas-fitter 18. Henry Kent, butcher 19. Jacob Smith, confectioner 21. Joseph Henry Green Redcliff Girl's School - Mrs. Green, governess 22. Thomas Stephens, wine & spirit dealer 36. John R. Farler & Son, family grocers 37. William Heyman, oil & color-man 69. James Mantle, linen draper 71. William Clark Gobbett, linen draper 72. George Smith & Co. furnishing & lronmongers 77. James Venn & Son, tobacconists 78. Joseph Hooper, butcher 78. Farnham, Budgett & Co. tea dealers 47. Henry Charles Pope, confectioner 48. Rupert A. Weare, baker & corn merchant 49. Samuel Robert Long, spirit merchant 50. John Pitman, chemist and druggist 51. William H. Olive, pawnbroker & silversmith, etc 52. Thomas Fryer and Hallett, surgeons 53. Thomas Williams, linen draper 54. Henry Pugh & Son, family grocers Sheldon, Bush, & Co. patent shot & lead pipe manufacturers www.flickr.com/photos/20654194@N07/2059560841 58. Samuel Seex, grocer, etc 59. Joseph Stock, linen draper 60. Edward Lucas, boot maker 61. J. H. Manning, provision dealer 62. George Powell, stationer & news-agent 63. Henry Thorne, grocer and tea dealer 64 William Edwin Jones, boot maker 64. J . & W. E. Jones, house agents 65. Joseph Willis, butcher 66. John Hayland, hatter & silver lace manufacturer 67. Baker, Houghton & Co. ironmongers 68. George Gardner, boot maker 69. F. & C. Northam, tea dealers, etc 70. Mark Sellick, vict, Boar's Head & Redcliff Tavern (pub) On the corner with Jones’ Lane, the Boar’s Head narrowly missed demolition in 1936 when the new inner circuit road was cut through the bottom of Redcliff Hill. The pub then survived until 1941 when it was flattened by Hitler’s bombs. bristolslostpubs.eu/page149.html 57. William Turvey, vict, Ship (pub) The Ship Inn was re-built in 1860, it stood across the road from St.Mary Redcliffe Church and was next door to the famous shot tower, it once had stables and a coach house at the rear. A popular jazz venue in the 50’s and 60’s, the pub and the shot tower were demolished in 1968 to be replaced with office buildings. bristolslostpubs.eu/page168.html 70. William Rice, vict, Waggon & Horses (pub) Among the last buildings on Redcliff Hill to be demolished to make way for the new dual-carriageway in 1969. bristolslostpubs.eu/page170.html 35. John Crook, vict, Talbot Inn (pub) 1792. Lawrence Boucher / 1794. William Oldfield / 1800 - 06. Thomas James / 1816. William Sargeant / 1820 - 34. Ann Pillinger 1837 - 52. Ann Sinnett / 1853. George Sinnett / 1853. George Burgess / 1854. George Crook / 1855 to 1874. John Crook 1875 to 1877. Sarah A. Crook / 1878 to 1888. William Tudball / 1889. James Nash / 1891. William Eades / 1891 - 94. Ellen Eades 1896. Arthur Hulbert / 1897. Charles David / 1899 - 1904. Sarah Cox David / 1909. Ellen Jane Gray. 10. Mary Ann George, porter stores, vict, Albion (pub) 1871. Mary Ann George / 1872. George Cleverly / 1874 - 78. John Leakey / 1879 to 1891. Henry Peters / 1892 - 96. Dick Smith 1899 - 1901. Arthur Callaway. 6. ?. Clarke, vict, Hope & Anchor (pub) A coaching inn with stables and a large courtyard at the rear, this pub received a direct hit in the war and was burned to the ground. The site is now occupied by offices. bristolslostpubs.eu/page161.html 18. James Vincent, vict, Star (pub) Just three doors up from the Berkeley Castle, the Star is pictured here during the tenancy of Thomas Court, this is probably Mr. Court stood in the doorway. The Star ceased trading around the time of the first world war when the building was taken over by printers: The General Publishing Syndicate Ltd., who still occupied the building prior to its demolition in 1961. bristolslostpubs.eu/page245.html 21. Robert Oram, vict, Berkeley Castle (pub) The Berkeley Castle, and two doors down the hill the Lord Nelson, both these pubs disappeared in 1961 when the south east side of Redcliff Hill was cleared to make way for new flats and road widening. bristolslostpubs.eu/page147.html 23. James Potter, vict, Lord Nelson (pub) The Lord Nelson with its large Bristol United Breweries sign, and two doors to the left the Georges’ & Co. sign of the Berkeley Castle, all these buildings were demolished in the early 1960’s for road widening. bristolslostpubs.eu/page172.html William Sage, vict, Shepherd's Rest (pub) No.29½ Redcliff Hill (later No.113) 1867 - 68. Thomas Thomas / 1870 - 75. William Sage / 1876 - 79. Charles K. Parker / 1881 - 83. Joseph Sidaway / 1886. Mrs. Sidaway 1887. S. Hatherly / 1889. Walter Jones / 1891 - 96. Samuel Hale / 1899 - 1904. Betsy Browning / 1906 - 09. James Taylor. 35. Philip Thomas, vict, George & Dragon (pub) On the corner with Redcliff Hill. The pub was demolished in 1961 to allow for road widening as part of the second Bedminster bridge roundabout scheme. bristolslostpubs.eu/page158.html Redcliff Brewery No.107 Redcliff Street, built in 1640, this old building like many others in the area was lost in the blitz. The brewery entrance would have been at the rear of the building on Redcliff Back where there was once a pub called the Brewers’ Arm. bristolslostpubs.eu/page248.html Redcliff Mead Lane, Temple Gate to Cathay Sarah Station, shopkeeper E. Mackervoy, grocer and dairyman Henry Saunders, greengrocer Robert Batten, shopkeeper Bishop & Butt, brewers, Redcliff Mead brewery Jesse Reeves, vict, Neptune (pub) 1853. George Castle / 1861 - 63. John Bennett / 1865 - 66. Maria Bennett / 1867 to 1868. E. Ellbury / 1869 - 77. Jesse Reeves. Richard Bush, vict, Barley Mow (pub) 1865. John Poole / 1867. J. Smith / 1868 - 89. Richard Bush / 1891 - 1904. Stephen Bush. Redcliff Parade, Redcliff Hill (East) Redcliff National School (see comments below for schools in the Redcliff area). Thomas Randall, master of schools William Tremayne James Knight, lodging houses John Boon Richard Stock, butcher G. Symons Daniel Taber John Hannam, accountant Nathaniel May Mrs Reynolds, teacher of music George Jackson Mrs Prewitt William Fry, master mariner (West) William Middleton Gibson Richard & William King, African merchants Henry Arundell Day, M.D. surgeon Henry Brain John C. Cummins Donald Claxton Robert Long Robert William Ellis, surgeon ?. Helyer, dentist James Logan, surgeon, M.D. William H. Pugh Samuel John Harris William Hutchings Redcliff Place, near Redcliff Hill Redcliff Square, near Redcliff Hill Redcliff Street, Bristol Bridge to Redcliff Hill www.flickr.com/photos/brizzlebornandbred/sets/72157615669... 1. T.C. Stock, paper-hangings manufacturers 2-3. E.S. and A. Robinson, wholesale Stationers, printers, etc www.flickr.com/photos/brizzlebornandbred/2132253987 4. Finch and Godwin, wire workers www.flickr.com/photos/20654194@N07/2052839570 5. J. Hooper, poulterer 6. H. Hooper, victualler bristolslostpubs.eu/page141.html 7-9. H. Prichard & Co. oil merchants 11. Edwin Gale, grocer 12. Thomas & Joseph Weston, iron merchants 13. Wills & Co. tobacconists www.flickr.com/photos/brizzlebornandbred/sets/72157603345... 13. Jacob Saunders, glass and moulding warehouse 15. Elizabeth Butterwick, stationer & music seller 16. S. & J . Newman, cabinet makers W. Inch, japanner 17. Neat & Co. tripe merchants 17. Charles H. Chavasse, Birmingham goods warehouse 19. John Thomas, Sons & Co. wholesale grocers 20. Samuel Jacques Fear, plumber, etc 21. T. Bolwell, milliner 22. W. V. Lott, brush maker 23. George Taylor, wine & spirit merchant 21. A. & J. Warren, wholesale druggists 25. Elizabeth Bozley, grocer 27. Joseph Wacks, print seller 28. J. & S. Powell, cork cutters 29. Stiff & Fry, starch and blue makers 30. George Smith, butcher 33. T. Batson, boot maker 34-35. E. Fear, furnishing warerooms 36. ?. Thorne, cabinet maker 36. O. Ball, bellows maker 38. William Hudson, grocer 39. John Miles, earthenware dealer 40. Samuel Sweet, carpenter Elias Wills, currier John Jones Willie, japanner 41-42. Sanders & Ludlow, wholesale confectioners 43. William Wood, cabinet maker 49. C. R. Claridge, marine stores 51. William James Martin, boot maker 53. M. Kingston, vict. and builder 54. John Sturt, greengrocer 55. Charles Selfe Winterson, brass founder, etc 56. John Dando, furniture broker 57. Edward Fisher, outfitter 58. Robert Clarke Bartlett, milliner, etc Thomas Williams, plumber, etc 59. Jacob Joel, boot maker 60. E. Brison & Co. brush & bellows makers, etc (Later moved to Peter Street) www.flickr.com/photos/20654194@N07/6133055828 61. H. S. Willett, spirit vaults 62. J. Derham, butcher 63. Thomas Frankham, general dealer 64. Baker, Houghton & Co. wholesale ironmongers 65. H. B. Osborne, plumber, etc 66. Richard Pullin, pork butcher 67. ?. Cowens, eating house 68. R. Dadley, cutler 69. Newton, Son, and Heanes, brass founders 71. Frederick Brice, eating house 72. S. Nelson, butcher 73. J. King & Co. wholesale confectioners 76. W. H. M'Guiness, outfitter 77. George Davidge, hair dresser 78. George Mitchell, fishmonger 80. John Slade, wheelwright 81. William A. Pedler, stay maker 82. B. Lazarus, pawnbroker 83. Mrs M. Summers, milliner 72. Thomas Lane, butcher 73. T. H. Davis, linen draper 74. T. Hasell, grocer, etc 75. G. Grant, baker, etc 76. James Mee, boot maker 77. S. J. Cross, linen draper, etc 78. J. Atkins, watch-maker Thomas Atkins, stationer, etc 79. Boon & Son, ironmongers, etc 80. Alfred Isaac Davis, draper & milliner 81. R. & O. Warren, wholesale druggists 82. John O. Cummins, pawnbroker 83. Bees & Fear, wine & spirit merchants 84. T. Pearce, boot maker 85. M. A. Orchard, pork butcher 86. T. Dyer & Co. grocers, etc 87. William Gillard, fruiterer, etc Nathan Parkin, printer & stationer William Gray, glass and china dealer 88. Mrs Millard, servants’ registry 89. Billett & Co. outfitters 90. Edwards, Ringer, & Co. tobacco & snuff manufacturers. The firm of Edwards, Ringer & Bigg (Bristol) which is a combination of four old Bristol tobacco businesses, traces its origin to 1813 when William Ringer set up business in Bristol. www.flickr.com/photos/20654194@N07/2058988369 91. William Quick, bookseller 92. Edward Nott, confectioner 93. Jane Osborne, confectioner 94. R. C. Bartlett, bonnet warehouse 95. S. Holmes, boot maker 96-98. C. T. Jefferies & Sons, booksellers, printers, etc 100. W. A. Latham, currier and leather-cutter 101. J. & M. Warry, watch-makers 102. Richard Gibbs & Son, linen drapers 103. Elizabeth Clarke, confectioner 104. Harding & Co. wholesale stationers 105. J. Curtis, baker 106. John Cory Withers, hatter 107. Sykes & Co. brewers Daniel Sykes & Co. Ltd merged with Bristol United Breweries Ltd in 1897 and the brewery was closed down in 1898. For a list of south Gloucestershire pubs tied to the Redcliff Brewery in 1891 click on link www.gloucestershirepubs.co.uk/Breweries-Database-Tablevie... 108. John King, cabinet maker 110. Wills & Co. tobacco manufacturers 113. Peters and Taylor, tin-plate & galvanized ironmongers 114. Collins & Roper, druggists’ sundries dealers 115. Gerrish & Sainsbury, wharfingers ( is a term for a person who is the keeper or owner of a wharf). 116 J. & S. Gillard, rope and haircloth makers 117-120. Purnell, Webb, & Co. tobacco manufacturers & vinegar makers freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~cbennett/brist... 121. E. L. Box, seedsman 122. Thomas Taylor, druggist 123. E. Moore, tallow chandler G. & T. Spencer 124. Wansbrough & Co. wholesale stationers 125 J. B. Moore, soap & candle manufacturer 126. Isaac Davis & Son, carvers & gilders 127. J. C. Wall, railway depot 128. Edwin Jones & Co. Glasgow Iron Foundry blacksmiths.mygenwebs.com/iron-1.php 135. J. Green, cutler 136. Danks & Sanders, wharfingers & carriers, Bull wharf www.flickr.com/photos/brizzlebornandbred/7326771060 136. Griffith & James, slate merchants & slaters 137. Jonathan Bryant, tea merchant 138. W. Harding, fish curer 139. Aaron Diamond, tin-plate worker 140. Godwin, Warren, & Co. iron merchants www.flickr.com/photos/20654194@N07/2130787804 142. Turner, Nott & Strong, corn merchants 143. T. Fogaty, wharfinger 144. Mary Hooper, butcher 145. John Dennis, ironmonger 146. D. Harries, linen draper 26. M. Flower, vict, Queen's Head (pub) 1752. Charles Wood / 1792 - 1806. William Williams / 1816 to 1840. Samuel Rich / 1840 to 1857. Mary Ann Rich 1858 to 1871. Marshall Flower. 37. James Pye, vict, Little Ship (pub) 1775. John Dally / 1794. Sarah Devereux / 1800. Mary Bevan / 1806 - 16. George Oliver / 1820. Thomas Siviter 1823 - 28. Sarah Siviter / 1830 - 31. James Battle / 1832. William Thomas / 1834. ? Heath / 1837. Thomas Jones 1839 - 40. Mary Robertson / 1842. William Wilcox / 1847 - 71. James Pye / 1872 - 78. Henry George James. Sarah Gregory vict, Old Arm Chair (pub) 1863 - 74. Samuel Webb / 1874 - 77. Sarah Gregory. Samuel Webb was also a chair maker. 79. Ann Young, vict, Angel inn (pub) 1752. John Hill / 1794. Sarah Lovell / 1800 - 06. John Lovell / 1816. John Willis / 1820. Jennet Willis / 1822. Charles Parker 1823. Joseph Scott / 1825 - 32. George King / 1834 - 55. John Pearce / 1856. Edwin Pearce / 1858 - 66. John Young 1867 to 1875. Ann Young / 1876 - 77. George Wilcox / 1879 - 87. John Ehmann / 1888 to 1891. George Becker 1892 - 94. George Duggan / 1896. Lawrence Tooth / 1897. George Lethbridge / 1899. Edward Cranfield / 1901. Frederick Welsford 1904. Charles Hole / 1906. William Palmer / 1909. Frederick Wilkins. (for a glimpse see the Don Cossack). 74-75. G. C. Plumley, vict, Don Cossack (pub) On the corner with Portwall Lane. The Don restaurant by 1890 and later a temperance hotel the building was lost in the blitz. bristolslostpubs.eu/page154.html 70. T. Hill, vict, Old Fox (pub) Near the corner with Portwall Lane, the old building was pulled down in the 1870’s for road widening, and re-built in brick. bristolslostpubs.eu/page176.html George Wilcox, vict, Golden Lion (pub) The Golden Lion was at No.100 Redcliff Street and was one of many buildings lost in this area during the blitz. bristolslostpubs.eu/page160.html Redcross Lane, Redcross Street to Old Market Street Redcross Street, Ellbroad Street to Redcross Lane Mrs Caroline Butcher, dress maker Henry Densham, tanner George Burge, sign painter John Eastman Charles Augustus Dicker, broker Henry Edward Kear, machine maker John Dodge, marble mason William Pinney, cabinet maker George Morgan, poultry dealer Matthew Crowley, garden wire worker Samuel Collings, grocer William Gadd, grocer John Hazell, potatoe dealer James Collins, marine stores James Wheeler, grocer E. Honour, match maker Charles Dickson, beer seller William Hall Sidney Chard, chandler British School www.flickr.com/photos/20654194@N07/10476893215 John Douglas, machinist (Douglas Motocycles of Kingswood) www.flickr.com/photos/20654194@N07/3107607134 William Turner Beavis, plasterer, vict, Rose & Crown (pub) 1775. Elizabeth Hopkins / 1792 - 94. Roger Prosser / 1806. Grace Hoare / 1816. Ann Giles / 1832. John Norris / 1847. James Haines 1849 - 54. E. Webber / 1855. James Frampter / 1857. J. H. Phippen / 1860 - 61. John W. Rippon / 1865. Elizabeth Garland 1867. George George / 1868. Samuel Collard / 1869 - 89. William Beavis / 1891. Frederick Allen / 1896. Elizabeth Williams 1901 - 04. William Stevens / 1906 - 09. George Payne / 1914. Isabella Payne / 1917 - 23. George Payne 1924 to 1934. James Henry Lines / 1934 - 38. Samuel Woodruff Hollis / 1944. Marie Merchant-Locke 1950 - 53. Margaret Merchant-Locke / 1960. G. A. J. Wills. John Rippon was a baker and beer house keeper. Sarah Bending, vict, Hit or Miss (pub) 1861 - 67. Charles Gregory / 1868. J. Brain / 1871 - 78. Sarah Bending / 1879. Norman Richards / 1881 - 83. William Loney 1885 - 86. George Mills / 1889. Joseph Eyles / 1891. John Hobbs / 1892. Alfred Cantle / 1897 - 1901. James Harris 1904. Miss. S. Bates. Elizabeth Ann Organ, vict, Old Crown (pub) (Back Lane) Redcross Lane. 1816 - 20. Rachael Duckham / 1823. Thomas Duckham / 1826. William Blanchard / 1828 - 32. John Thorn / 1834. John Rossiter 1837 - 61. Thomas Rossiter / 1863. James Fish / 1867 - 71. Elizabeth Ann Organ / 1872 to 1875. John Southcott 1876 to 1898. Shedrack Potter / 1901 Frederick W. Lockwood / 1902 - 04. William Symes / 1906 - 44. George Ewans 1950 - 53. Mary Ann Ewans. On 30th November 1898, Shedrack Potter sold the Old Crown and adjoining dwelling house to Stoke’s Croft brewers R. W. Miller & Co. for the sum of £2000. Redfield Place, Lawrence Hill Redland Miss Frances Lisle, Redland Green house Theodore James, Grenville house Richard Castle, Richmond house John Robert Turner, Luccombe house John Llewellyn, Grove house George Weight Gwyer, Franconia house G. D. Whereat, Hillside house Rev. William Cartwright, Redland parsonage Richard Boucher James, Canowie house (Cold Harbour Lane) John E. Williams, vict, Cambridge Arms (pub) 1865 - 78. John Williams / 1882 - 83. William Whitmarsh / 1885 - 88. Mary Ann Rowlands / 1889 - 1909. Thomas Burridge 1914. Ellen Roberts / 1917 - 38. Cecil Geoffrey Cains Trudgen / 1944. John Harold / 1950 - 53. Harold Chapman / 1975. A. R. Wildman. William Gregory, Union cottage William Henry Budgett, Redland house Edward Payson Wills, Torweston house John Reynolds, Manor house James Gent Wood, Stanley villa Henry Wileman, Redland Knoll James C. Wall, Redland lodge Daniel Fripp, St. Vincent’s lodge George O. Edwards, Redland court William Balsdon Misses Balsdon, ladies’ school, Woodfield villa Mrs Elizabeth Williams, Elm villa Charles Webb, builder, etc. Malvern house Henry Robertson, Redland farm Redland Court Road, Redland Road Redland Green, top of Redland Road Redland Grove, Lower Redland Road to Lover's Walk Thomas Davis, Santa clara Samuel Burman, Hollybank James Clark Sampson Rieland G. Frederick Church, Claverham villa F. B. Fooks, Elmfield Henry Webb, Elmside Miss Thomas, Windsor villa, preparatory school ?. Townshend, York villa Redland Hill, top of Redland Road Miss Emma Venning John Lucas, Redland bank Mrs Sanderson, ladies’ boarding school, Redland hill house Henry House, Gothic cottage Mrs Lucy Vaughan William Saunders, Redland cottage Mrs Maria Humpage, Bellevue villa Samuel Wills, Redland villa Thomas Webster, surgeon, Malvern house Mrs Eliza Nutting, Castle Bellevue Abraham Champion, Castle Bellevue Redland Parade, Redland Road Redland Park, Whiteladies Road William Edward Matthews, Rosedale house Mrs Callcott, Redfield house . Richard Sanders, Glenthern lodge William Cromey, Camborne house George Thomas Bright, Rougemont house James Rowe Shorland, Greinton house Redland Park Road, 151, Whiteladies Road Redland Park Villas, Whiteladies Road Mrs Agnes Young, ladies boarding school Col. Charles Hutchinson John Bourne Henry William Sayles John Piggott Thomas Garner Grundy John Edwards, Runnymede house William Thomas Moseley, Thornbury house Edward Strickland T. Phillips, Stanley house Richard Ferris Rumsey, Bradley house Thomas Bush Sage, Brighton house Miss Hooft, Stanley house Miss Elizabeth Irons, ladies’ boarding school, Camerton villa D. Cunliffe, Cromer villa Col. Patton, Sandown villa Owen Smith George Palmer Hutchins, Henley villa George Thomas, Dartmouth villa ?. Kingswood lodge Rev. Henry Marris, Lyndhurst villa Redland Park Congregational Church Redland Road, Redland to Cheltenham Road Redland Road (Lower), Redland Road to Whiteladies Road John Mustey, greengrocer George M. Stansfeld, surgeon, The Shrubbery George Webber, Elm lodge Mrs Margret Williams, Somerset house Mrs Isabella Stewart, Eldon villa Charles Bennett, Wellington villa John York, Warkwood house John G. Thornton, Avenue villa Mrs Elizabeth Hoskin, Ross villa Henry Ashman, Belgravia J . Bryant. Chelvey villa William Bevan Warry, Chisbury villa William Blackwell, Rozel villa Henry Gillard, Avonleigh villa Col. Charles Waddell, Orchard villa Joseph Hartland, Tewkesbury villa James Willey, 2, Collumpton villas H. H. Hodge, 1, Collumpton villas John Davis, builder, grocer etc. Vale house J . Peters, butcher William Mustey, greengrocer (Bindon Place) 1. David Pickett 2. Samuel Hayter, dentist 3. Mrs Mary Morgan, lodging house 4. Joseph Goss 5. Mrs Annie Tedder Redland Side, Cheltenham Road Redland Terrace, Lower Redland Road, near Whiteladies Road 1. Rev. John Howard Hinton, M.A. 3. William James 4. Alfred Robert S. Hiley 5. Mrs Agnes Phillips 6. Henry William Britton 7. James Shaw Redland Vale, Redland Road Mrs Fowell and C. Watts, Albion villa Mrs Catherine M. Rudge Charles K. Rudge, surgeon Thomas Walters, St. James’s villa Thomas Griffin Robert David Douch Bartlett, Clifft villa Mrs Susan Westley, Shirley villa John Cox, Hillside lodge Mrs Evans, Eva cottage Gustavus Richard Lovell, Swiss cottage William Ball Palmer, Alma cottage George Davis, Clyde cottage E. Goodwin, Fairbank villa . (Sunnybank) Mrs John Lane, Cradley house Miss Pinchback, Sidney villa George Muschamp Edward Walton Claypole, Pendennis villa Joseph Lockey, Raymont villa Mrs Mary Randall, Donnington villa Edward Maish Alfred Hall, Erne Leat Red Lodge Court, Frogmore Cliff, Park Row Redlodge Place, Leopard Lane Red Rank, Lower Ashley Road Reece’s Court, 65, Hotwell Road Reeds Court, East Street, Bedminster Reform Court, Old Market Street Regent Buildings, Bishop Street to Sargent St, Bedminster Regent Place, St. James' Square Regent Place, Union Road, Dings Regent Place, Royal York Crescent Regent Place, Spring Street Regent Road, Coronation Road, to Bedminster Parade (Nelson Gardens) William Davis, grocer James Atkins Richard F. Cox, clerk Frederick Shortman, shopkeeper William Jones, grocer Daniel Hill, vict, Little Ship (pub) 1854 - 71. Daniel Hill / 1874 - 77. Stephen Hitchcock / 1879. Thomas Elbury / 1881 - 83. Ann Cook / 1885 - 87. Leonard Organ 1888 - 1909. Frederick George Aplin / 1914. Ellen Evans. Thomas Knight, vict, White Squall (pub) 1867 - 91. Thomas Knight / 1893 - 99. Thomas Nicholls / 1904 - 14. John Porter / 1917 - 21. Herman Gallop. William Knight, vict, Coronation inn (pub) 1831 - 34. Martha Yeates / 1837 - 44. John Yeates / 1849 - 52. John Parkes / 1853 - 54. Henry Chaffey / 1856 - 61. William Harrill 1863. Maria Harrill / 1867 - 69. William Marshall / 1871. William Knight / 1872 to 1877. William Selway / 1878. H. Kiddle 1879. Joseph Roberts / 1882 - 83. William Davis / 1886 - 87. Arthur Bishop / 1888 - 89. William E. Davis / 1891 - 96. James Hall 1897 - 99. Charles Pegler / 1901. Charles Lloyd / 1904. H. Hodge / 1906 - 28. William Sweetland / 1931. Frederick Burchill 1935. George Brown / 1937 - 38. Elsie Holley / 1944 - 50. Clara Batten / 1953. Alan Crane. Thomas Hill, vict, Robin Hood (pub) Queen Street. 1858 - 75. Thomas Hill / 1882 - 85. Jane Bass / 1886 to 1887. G. Mills / 1888. Betsey Mills / 1889 to 1891. Betsey Gully 1892. Thomas Veal / 1896 - 99. Elizabeth Veal / 1901. W. Wright / 1906. Thomas Plumb / 1909. William Pudner 1914. William Chamberlain / 1917. Rosa Annie Saunders / 1921. Emma Griffey / 1925 - 28. Matilda Jane Ashley. Regent Street, Boyce's Buildings to Clifton Regent Street, Clarence Town, St. Philips Sarah A. Doust, beer retailer John Spurrier, fly & break proprietor Mary Orchard, butcher Joseph C. Paul Gustaff Selund James Anford Osmond Williams John Yalland Thomas Williams Mary Dustan Thomas D. Jarrett, tax collector William Fox Thomas James Caleb Lee, beer retailer vict, Newtown Tavern (pub) 1867 - 89. Caleb Lee / 1891 - 96. William Evans / 1899 - 1904. Edwin Lentell / 1906 - 09. Richard Parker / 1914 - 28. John Leaman 1931. Frank Saunders / 1935 - 38. Gilbert England / 1944 - 53. Frederick Pegler. Elizabeth Tinsley, vict vict, Freemason's Arms Hotel (pub) Regent Street / Barrow Road (the Freemasons’ Arms was demolished in 1969) 1863. George Kinnerley / 1871 - 76. Elizabeth Tinsley / 1877. William Harding / 1878 - 79. Isaac Jefferies / 1885. William Higgs 1886 - 87. L. Morgan / 1889 - 91. William Baggs / 1892. Edward Roberts / 1894. Walter Whyatt / 1899. William Brown 1904 - 06. James Davis / 1909. William Withers / 1914 - 17. Frederick Curtis / 1921. Frank Ford / 1925. Edwin Tanner 1928 - 38. Clara Tanner / 1944 - 49. Henry Burt / 1949 to 1957. Reginald Gwinnell. Regent Terrace, Newtown Regent Terrace, St. James’ Square Regina Place, Stapleton Road Rennison’s Baths, bottom of Cheltenham Buildings, Montpelier Rennison’s Court, Hillgrove Hill Reynard’s Court, The Horsefair RI - RY - Bristol Street Directory 1871
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Yesterday’s Papers: Charles Henry Bennett (1829-1867), known as Cheerful Charlie
Nursery Nonsense c. 1865.
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our GREAT grandparents: John Henry Plumb
John Henry Plumb John Henry Plumb was born in Keggs Creek, Pottawattamie County, Iowa November 27, 1847. At the age of two years he crossed the plains with his parents, Merlin and Elizabeth Cleopatra Bellows Plumb.
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Covenant Zone: Meeting Strangers
"You wonder if you can ever make a difference", she said after a pause, a distant look in her eyes. "You do it week after week, and you wonder if you should stop.
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La Gran Pantalla: Elegantísimo Henry Fonda
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Black Country Territorials » Blog Archive » Biography
This is a post area for soldiers where no detailed information is held. If you wish to add to or correct the database entry, or provide detailed information on a man, please post a comment.
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JOHN BANKS' CIVIL WAR BLOG: Faces of the Civil War: Private Charles H. Walker
Charles Walker of the 8th Connecticut Infantry posed for this image in a photographic studio on Main Street in Norwich, Conn. , his hometown.
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