Historical Description Direct link to this section Malmsbury is an ancient town, pleasantly situated on the side of a hill, round which the Avon flows, nearly in the centre of the hundred to which it gives name, at the north-west extremity of the county, on the borders of Gloucestershire, about five miles from Tetbury. Malmsbury has at different periods borne the following appellations: The remains of the ancient abbey church plainly shew that it must have been a very magnificent structure, equal to the most of our cathedrals. Malmsbury is at present a large, well-built, populous town, carrying on a considerable trade in the manufactory of woollen cloth. Here is an Almshouse for four men and four women, founded by one Mr. Jenner, a goldsmith, of London.

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Under Booth’s leadership, so-called ‘Mission Stations’ were opened along Whitechapel Road and as well as engaging in evangelism, Booth’s new converts began to care for the poor and needy. The work also began to be expanded to towns outside of London. In the Christian Mission changed its name to the Salvation Army. In the Salvation Army opened a women’s rescue home in Whitechapel, thus beginning their era of social work.

The church has sections dating from various eras since the Normans, and The Goodfords installed an Italian mosaic floor at one end. Western Gazette – Friday 30 March Western Gazette – Friday 30 March The Church of St Vincent’s, Ashington.

Name[ edit ] The suburb takes its name from the offshore reef first noted during a coastline traverse by Assistant Surveyor James Cowle in Although the modern-day name is spelt with a double ‘n’, the rocks are thought to have been named after Quin, who emigrated to Western Australia in , where he was appointed as an Assistant Surveyor on his arrival. He occupied this position for 22 years, carrying out most of his surveys in the Gingin – Moore River area, before passing away in July The general area on the coast opposite the rocks was referred to as Quinns Rocks by the Wanneroo Road Board when they requested the survey of a road that led there in November Later, the place also came to be called “Wanneroo Beach”.

An alternate origin of the name is after Mick Quinn, a sheep tender who worked for the Mindarie Pastoral Company in the early s. Early shack owners were restricted to no more than 48 hours in their shacks at one time without further permission from the Road Board. The first permanent residents appear to have been in The Caravan Park was built at the south end here in Leppinus, formerly of Merredin , was one of the 7 original shack owners at this site; he had to move his shack three times due to extensive erosion.

Shack owners put down their own bores and usually ran on pan system toilets. During the s, an increasing number of shacks lined the ocean front. Leasing of the beachfront reserve was phased out towards the end of that decade. Four applications to build were approved in March and a major sale on 10 June saw nearly blocks purchased.

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THE distraught friend of a rough sleeper who died in a Taunton car park on Boxing Day has questioned how such a tragedy could happen in 21st Century Britain. Fellow homeless man Charles Gorst woke at around 8pm on Tuesday to discover paramedics working on his friend, known only as ‘Scotch’ Alan, on the top floor of High Street Car Park. Alan, originally from Glasgow and who has been in Taunton for ten years, was rushed by ambulance to Musgrove Park Hospital , where he was pronounced dead.

Mr Gorst, 47, who was brought up in Liverpool and came to Taunton in , said he believed the cause of death was hypothermia. I had a quilt, but Alan didn’t have anything except the clothes he was in. We were wet through.

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Historical Description Direct link to this section Wincanton, a small but very neat town, built on the declivity of a hill, commanding a beautiful and extensive prospect of the adjacent country. The inhabitants carry on a considerable trade in serges and stockings, as also in cheese, great quantities of which are brought here from the neighbouring towns, and sold to dealers from London.

The market is on Wednesday. The great road through Salisbury to London from the West of England passes through the town, which is called a borough, but has no chartered corporation. Edward Ellis, of Exeter: Stavordale, included in this parish for ecclesiastical purposes, gives the title of viscount to the Fox-Strangways family, Earls of Ilchester. The church of S. Sedding, architect, of London, and consecrated August 15, , is an edifice of stone in the Perpendicular style, with pierced parapets and pinnacles, and consists of chancel, nave, north and two south aisles, chapel, vestries and an embattled western tower, with pinnacles, dating from the reign of Edward II.

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Etymology[ edit ] The Pilbara Aboriginal Language Centre Wangka Maya says that the name for the Pilbara region derives from the Aboriginal word bilybara, meaning ‘dry’ in the Nyamal and Banyjima languages. The Pilbara Creek originally spelt “Pilbarra” is a tributary of the Yule River , a significant river in the region. Settlements along the coast at Cossack , Roebourne and Shellborough were established over ensuing decades as agricultural and pastoral centres. Mining in the area started in in Wittenoom Gorge, and following the discovery of iron ore in the Hamersley Ranges in the s, the area became pivotal to the state’s economy and towns built to accommodate mining and allied services boomed.

Aboriginal people[ edit ] Burrup rock art The Aboriginal population of the Pilbara considerably predates, by 30—40, years, the European colonisation of the region.

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The general consensus of the comments lean towards the mid ‘s as the date of manufacture of the bottle. The Snow’s has been found in privy’s dating from the mid ‘s and also from privy’s dating to the era. Snow is reported to be in Marysville from to and then moved to San Francisco. It is not known for certain that this was the same product, or even the same person” I had a chance to visit with Warren Friedrich yesterday and our conversation turned to the Snow’s bottle and how to try and put a manufacture date on the bottle.

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History Origins of the village and it’s name Chilton Cantelo is a village and parish in Somerset, situated on the River Yeo 5 miles north of Yeovil and 4 miles east of Ilchester in the South Somerset district. The parish also includes the village of Ashington. The first part of the name Chilton has been, variously, translated as meaning ‘the young nobleman’s settlement’ or Chilton: In this instance the word Chils meant junior monks.

Muchelney Abbey owned the land and the junior monks farmed around Chilton whilst the older monks worked the land around Hinton. The second part of the name is from William de Cantilupe or Cantelo and his descendants who held the manor between and

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