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Michaelmas 1558: Gloucestershire: William Powell v John Launder late of Wesbury in the county aforesaid yoman, Debt 40s; John Gamond [late] of Byckenor in the county aforesaid yoman, Debt 40s; Stephen Jones alias Bocher of Lydney in the county aforesaid yoman, Debt 40s; Richard Hanley of Lydney in the county aforesaid yoman, Debt 40s; Matthew ……ton late of S’co Bryavello in the county aforesaid yoman, Debt 40s. Defendants have not come; had been ordered to be summoned; have nothing; to be taken, for octaves of Hilary [20 January 1559] Writ

6 October 1838: List of Passengers by the Honble Companys Steam Packet Atalanta from Bombay: ‘Lieut C T Powell H M 22d Regt

6 October 1839: List of Passengers on board the H. C. Steam Vessel Berenice to Suez: Mrs & Miss Powell

1 April 1840: List of Passengers on the Victoria from Bombay: Major S. Powell H.M.S. [Note:] Major Powell Dischd to Shore at Aden Sick

1840: Major Powell, passenger, 2nd class, from Aden to Suez

16 October 1845: English galliot Harriet, captain Powel [sic], at Antwerp, from London, with rice and peas

12 January 1854: A Correct List of the Poll, at the Election of a Knight of the Shire, for the Eastern Division of the County of Gloucester. Campden Polling District: Parish of Childswickham: Abode: Murcott, Worcestershire: Joseph Powell. Parish of Mickleton: Abode: Longlands Cottage, Mickleton: Walter Powell. Cheltenham Polling District: Parish of Charlton Kings: Abode: Kemerton: Samuel Powell. Parish of Cheltenham: Abode: Hatherley Street, Cheltenham: William Powell; Abode: Promenade, Cheltenham: George Powell; Abode: Ashton-under-Hill: William Powell.

27 October 1866: The Register of Electors to Vote in the Choice of a Member or Members to Serve in Parliament, for the City of Gloucester, for 1866-7. Occupiers of property in the parish of St Michael: John Powell, for a house in Bedford Street.

18 March 1880: Bill of sale by John Geach of Polperro, Talland, baker and dealer, and William Bowden of Polperro, Talland, farmer, in favour of William Powell; and a bill of sale by Henry Andrews, 2 Belair Place and back of Lockyer Street, Plymouth, cab proprietor, in favour of William Powell

25 March 1880: County court judgment against Samuel Powell, St Paul’s Road, West Smethwick, ironbroker

25 March 1880: Bill of sale by Annie Jane Mallett, 9 Back Street, Tavistock, lodging house keeper, in favour of William Powell; and a bill of sale by George Sloman, The Bullers’ Arms, Buckland Monachorum, innkeeper and tailor, and William Henry Sloman, 160 King Street, Plymouth, tailor, in favour of William Powell

15 June 1894: Junior Thames Yacht Club. This club sailed their annual match on Saturday last from Port Victoria to Harwich, the vessels engaged being:- Merry Maid, Mr Harold Simpson, scratch; Cetacea, Mr Marcet, 18m.; Buccaneer, Royal Engineers, 57m.; Day Dawn, Mr Cheffion, 68m.; and Moretta, Mr Willis, jun., 74m. It was necessary by the conditions of the match that they should sail in true Corinthian fashion, and according to the decision come to at the Lower Thames conference, “no paid hand to touch the tiller.” No extra paid hands were allowed, and the vessels had to take a flying start, crossing an imaginary line between Port Victoria pier and the Commodore’s steam yacht Wyvern. Yachts to leave the Gunfleet, West Rocks buoy, Cork Ledge buoy, and the Cork lightship on the port hand, and finish between Felixstowe pier and a mark boat flying the club colours. The race was a handicap on public form, and Merry Maid starting from scratch, allowed Cetacea 18m., Buccaneer 57m., Day Dawn, 68m. and Moretta 72m. Mr Powell, the Commodore, sent them away punctually at 6 o’clock in the morning, … June 11th: Racing on Monday at Greenhithe was fraught with danger and mishap, the two races contested by the club ending in “sails over.” There were two classes, 2½-raters and under and ½-raters. In the former, Sorceress, Mr Linton Hope, and Harrier, Mr C. E. Liles, only appeared at the station, Dona, Mr Frost Smith, and Eva, Mr W. J. Wyllie, being absentees; while the ½-raters were represented by Taffy, Mr J. Powell, and Eileen, Mr E. J. Goldsmith. The course was from the club to Broadness, up round a boat off Stoneness and back to club, three times round for the 2½-raters, and two rounds for the others. The wind blew stiffly from the north-west, when Mr Marcatt, the Vice-commodore, gave the signal for the big ‘uns at 4.15 …

29 January 1904: J. Powell & Son, 29 St Leonard’s Road, Windsor (late Mr C. Usher):

September 1909: Subscriptions for the Sunday School Treat: Magdala Road  –  Mr Rodway 1d, Mrs Powell 3d, Well-Wishers 6d, Mrs Hancock 3d. Total 1/1.

Advertisement: Powell Brothers, tailors

31 July 1914: Falmouth Visitors List: Boscawen Private Hotel: Mr and Mrs G. S. Davis, Miss Dowell, London; Mr Patrick Brown, Miss Brown, Streatham; Miss Evans, Cheltenham; Mr and Mrs Alexander Stephen, Miss Stephen, London; Signor Edoardo Salerni, Rome; Miss M. H. Marris, Birmingham; Mrs L. Cumine, Mr Cumine, Miss Cumine, Sedburgh; Mr W. H. Powell, London; Miss Joce, Miss E. Joce, Mr Owen Joce, Wimbledon; Miss Burbridge, Mrs Gordon, London.

2 September 1921: Postcard to Mr B Powell care of Mrs Piggot, 36 Margravine Road, Hammersmith: ‘Dr B   glad to hear you are having a good time but be careful at South-end  if you give the Lady the apple dont stop for the pip  so cheer up and dont get sea sick   from your ever blowing babies   [?]K C  Mrs’

January 1927: Candidate for membership of the Cyclists’ Touring Club: F. Powell, 4 Tontine Street, Cross Lane, Salford

July 1930: Some of the senior boys attended lectures by “Evoe” (E. V. Knox) on Parody, and Mr William Powell on Shakesperian Characters; and also went to see Journey’s End.

1 April 1931: representatives of the four Territorial battalions invited to the trooping of the colour of the First Battalion Sherwood Foresters at Shorncliffe: 5th Battalion: C.Q.M.S. J. Evans, C.Q.M.S. H.Barnett, Sgt T. Reynolds, Sgt B. Symonds and Sgt W. Hilliard; 6th Battalion, C.Q.M.S. C. F. Cooper, C.Q.M.S. R. Edge, C.Q.M.S. J. B. Spencer, Drum Major W. Hopkinson and Sgt G. W. Williams; 7th Battalion, Bugle-Major T. Allwood and Sgt E. Pritchett; 8th Battalion, R.Q.M.S. T. Powell, C.S.M. G. E. Bee, C.Q.M.S. E. M. Griffen and C.S.M. A. J. Bayliss.

July 1934: Cricket Club (Girls). Captain: G. Mawer. Vice-Captain: K. Shaw. Secretary: E. Smith. The team has been selected from the following: – G. Mawer, K. Shaw, E. Smith, V. Parkin, D. Powell, D. Gray, S. Thompson, L. Leafe, E. Kilner, E. Yorke, J. Denman, J. Chilten, C. Currie, M. Summerfield.

July 1939: Canon Powell, who took part in the Church Union Festival on Whit Monday, was very complimentary on the changes which had been made in our Sanctuary. He was delighted the architect had restored the floor to its original level, which, he considered, brought back the dignity which had been lost through the Victorian changes.

December 1945: Candidate for juvenile membership of the Cyclists’ Touring Club: S. Powell, 5 Clement Street, Nuneaton

12 June 1951: W. E. Powell, soprano, The Alexandra Choir

15 April 1953: County court judgments against Mr F. Powell, 15 Borringdon Terrace, Turnchapel, Plymouth; and against Mrs Margaret Powell (widow), 145 Gelligaer Road, Cefn Hengoed

4 October 1963, Lewis Powell, tenor Covent Garden Opera Chorus

7 March 1968: D. L. Powell, Northampton and England, Rugby player, playing for the East Midlands against the Barbarians

7 October 1968, linesman H. Powell (Stourport)