This set of over 40 inventories for Twyning, at the northern tip of Gloucestershire, between the rivers Severn and Avon, has been transcribed by vo
Hartpury Probate Inventories, 1632-1790
About half of the parish of Old Basing lies on chalk, with the sands and gravels of the Reading beds running through the centre of the village from
Dummer is described as being in the county of Southampton, the old name for Hampshire and is located 8 kilometres/6 miles to the south-west of Basi
The former iron foundry in Hook run by the Gower family on the London Road, opposite the Old White Hart Inn started production in 1826.