• Broad Street, Littledean
  • The Triangle, Cinderford
  • Symonds Yat
  • Viney Hill Church
  • Mitcheldean Town Hall
  • Ruardean
  • Coleford
  • Lydbrook Viaduct
  • Central Lydbrook
  • Hill Street, Lydney
  • Broad Street, Littledean
  • The Triangle, Cinderford
  • Symonds Yat Rock and Railway
  • Viney Hill Church
  • Mitcheldean Market Hall
  • Ruardean
  • Coleford
  • Lydbrook Viaduct
  • Central Lydbrook
  • Hill Street, Lydney

HINDERS LAND and DOCKHAM,formerly extra parochial, now form the parish of Hinders and dockham in the Western division of the county, Saint Briavels hundred, Westbury-on-Severn union, and Newnham county court district. Hinders Lane is 4 miles south-east from Newnham station on the South Wales railway, 9 miles north-west from Ross, 11 from Monmouth and 128 from London.  

 

William Blanch Brain, esq. of St. Annals Lodge is chief landowner. 

 

The area is 8 acres; rateable value, £421; the population in 1871 was 369.

 

Letters from Newnham, via Cinderford, which is the nearest money order office.

 

RESIDENTS

Brain Wm. Blanch, St. Annals Lodge

Baldwin Levi, Shopkeeper

Smith Thomas, farmer Dockham farm

Tingle Jane (Mrs.), shopkeeper

Wood William, Swan Hotel

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