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D9757/1 1830 - Letter from Sarah Overbury to Josiah Overbury Letter 1 of 2:

"September 20th 1830

My dear Josiah,
As Mamma is dining at Mr Barnards I am going to write a note to you
I have sent you a pair of trousers with your best hat in your hat box and if Mr Ellis will find your *** shoes in time I shall send them also - I had a very quick head last evening in drinking tea with Mr Hale I think I seriously *** speak to *** ** *** *** my before Hannah and Anne black jacket with him this morning and mammas and pappas [HOLE IN LETTER] with him today. To you dear we have *** of him
I only wishest you would have shared our pleasures but we shall all have and find that it will be our lot to sacrifice pleasure and study and we shall always be able to look back with more satisfaction on the parts of our life where we have made such sacrifices than when we have acted contrarily.

I shall be *** when Saturday Evening since it seems a very long for you to be away from us - I hope you will [HOLE IN LETTER] as you can be away from home - And believe me
Yours very affectionately,

Sarah Overbury"
Gloucestershire Archives
D1571/T41 Newnton Burials Register Extracts First Side
18th June 1839
Newnton Estate

Arts: of the Burials of Mr Thos White Mary his wife Thos and Henry their sons and Mary Ann Daur of theirs

Second Side

Burials in the Parish of Long Newnton in the County of Wilts in the year 1825:
Name: Mary Ann White No. 49.
Abode: Newnton
When buried: 1825 January 29th
Age: 16 years
By whom the Ceremony was performed: Wm Bliss M. A. Offl Minr

These full Extracts from the Register Book of Burials in the Parish of Long Newnton - in the County of Wilts, are truly copied, this 10th day of June 1839, by me
Edmd Wm Estcourt

Burials in the Parish of Long Newnton in the County of Wilts in the years 1828 - 1831 - and 1832 -

Name: Thomas White No. 74.
Abode: Gloucester
When Buried: 1828 July 26
Age: 44 years and 7 months
By whom the Ceremony was performed: Revd Chs Earle

Name: Henry White No. 93.
Abode: Tetbury
When Buried: 1831 June 17th
Age: 44 years
By whom the Ceremony was performed: Revd F.C.B. Earle

Name: Mary White No. 103.
Abode: Newnton
When Buried: Oct 6th 1832
Age: 77 years
By whom the Ceremony was performed: Revd Chs Earles

Name: Thomas White No. 104.
Abode: Newnton
When Buried: Oct 19th 1832
Age: 79 years
By whom the Ceremony was performed: Revd Chs Earles
Gloucestershire Archives
D1571/T41 Newnton Baptism and Burial Extracts Sheet 1 - Side 1
Copy Certificates of Burials of
Mary Ann White
Thomas White
Mary White
Henry White
Thos White

Side 2
Page 18
Baptisms solemnized in the parish of Long Newnton in the county of Wilts in the year 1826

When Baptized: 1826 July 16
Child's Christian Name: Caroline Sarah daur of
Parents Name Christian: Thoams and Elizabeth Jane
Parents Name Surname: White
Abode: Woodchester
Quality Trade or Profession: Gentleman
By whom the ceremony was performed: Baptized on the 5th day Febry 1815 as by Certificate from the Revd John Green Curate of Hull Acrington
Publickly received by Wm bliss

I certify that the above is a true copy from the Register of Baptisms belonging to the Parish of Long Newnton, Wilts, extracted the 25th day of April 1842
By me
Edmd Wm Estcourt

Sheet 2 - Side 1

Copy Extracts of Burials from the Register Book of Burials in the Parish of Long Newnton in the County of Wilts

Name: Mary Ann White No. 49.
Abode: Newnton
When buried: 1825 January 29th
Age: 16 years
By whom the Ceremony was performed: Wm Bliss M. A. Offl Minr

Name: Thomas White No. 74.
Abode: Gloucester
When Buried: 1828 July 26
Age: 44 years and 7 months
By whom the Ceremony was performed: Revd Chs Earle

Name: Mary White No. 103.
Abode: Newnton
When Buried: Oct 6th 1832
Age: 77 years
By whom the Ceremony was performed: Revd Chs Earles

Name: Thomas White No. 104.
Abode: Newnton
When Buried: Oct 19th 1832
Age: 79 years
By whom the Ceremony was performed: Revd Chs Earles

Name: Henry White No. 93.
Abode: Tetbury
When Buried: 1831 June 17th
Age: 44 years
By whom the Ceremony was performed: Revd F.C.B. Earle

These extracts from the Register Book of Burials in the Parish of Long Newnton in the County of Wilts are truly copied this 18th day of June 1839 by me

Edmd Wm Estcourt
Gloucestershire Archives
D1571/T41 Long Newton - Valuation of Lands to be exchanged c1800 Side 1
Valuation of Lands to be exchanged with Thos Estcourt Esqr and Mr Thos White
Newnton

Side 2
Valuation of Lands and Timber of T Escourt Esqr in the Parish of Newnton to be given in exchange for Lands of Mr Thos White of the same Parish

[VALUES NOT TRANSCRIBED]
Hancockes Close
Mr Costars Little Orchard (late Sellwoods)
Mr Pitts Garden
Orchard adjoining belonging to Farmer Andrews
Agborn Leaze
T Escourt Esqr Land at 28 years
Timber
House in the occupation of John Mitchell
Sealys Field (On Strodlands)
Gloucestershire Archives
1776 Poll List for Tetbury Residents of Tetbury qualified to vote in the 1776 election of a knight for Gloucester.


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