2 edition of Goldney, a house and a family. found in the catalog.
Goldney, a house and a family.
P. K. Stembridge
Goldney house in Clifton, Somerset.
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Wiltshire. The Goldney family made their monies as weavers and clothiers in Chippenham in the sixteenth century. Henry Goldney was a member of parliament for Chippenham, and in was appointed the first "Bayliff" of Chippenham.
A 17th-century ancestor, also named Gabriel and a noted Freemason, left bequests in his will to provide "greatcoats for six poor inhabitants". Goldney: A house and a family [Stembridge, P.
K] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Goldney: A house and a familyAuthor: P. K Stembridge. The Goldney family's influence in Bristol can be traced towhen Thomas Goldney was sent by his father to Bristol from Chippenham in Wiltshire, to serve as an apprentice for seven years.
His son born inalso named Thomas, prospered as a grocer and in leased a country house in Clifton, now known as Goldney Hall. After the death of his father inThomas Goldney II purchased Location: Bristol, England, BS8 1BH. Document Title: Goldney: A House and a Family: Publisher: Burleigh Press: Publication Date: Document Type: Text: Publication Place: Bristol: Accession Number.
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It's beautifully written and a full Goldney immersive s: HISTORICAL NOTE: possibly based on a previous house of Built for the Quaker merchant Thomas Goldney, whose family a house and a family. book the important garden and grotto (qv), and recased for Lewis Fry by Waterhouse.
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