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A letter, originallysigned The inquirer and addressed to the editor of the Bristol times and mirror, Nov. 8th 1899, on the life of Innys, who was a bookseller in London during the 18th century.
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Page - That all persons within the jurisdiction of the United States shall be entitled to the full and equal enjoyment of the accommodations, advantages, facilities, and privileges of inns, public conveyances on land or water, theaters, and other places of public amusement; subject only to the conditions and limitations established by law, and applicable alike to citizens of every race and. Redland Chapel The Monument in the Vestry erected at the expense of John Innys of Redland Court. Date. Artist. Unknown Artist. Collection. British Library: King George III . Drawings of a monument in the Vestry of Redland Chapel, erected by John Innys. It has inscriptions for family members, including his two sisters Martha (married to John Cossins Esq who built the estate and chapel) and Ann Innys. Also Nicholas Marissal and his wife Mary (sister to John Cossins) are included. John Cossins came from a wealthy grocer's family in London and he married the daughter. John Cossins came from a wealthy grocer's family in London and he married the daughter of a Bristol merchant Andrew Innys, settled in Bristol and bought the Redland Court estate. He replaced the old manor house with a fashionable classical mansion and he also built this chapel in a similar style.
Michael Innes was one of the greater writers who have ever lived. His real name was John Innes Mackintosh Stewart and he was born on Septem He died in the year Micheal Innes took his education from the academy of Oriel College and Edinburgh located in Oxford. John Innes was the son of Andrew Innes and Elizabeth Martin. 1 He died in , without issue. 1 He was a bookseller at London, England. 1 He lived at Redland Court, Bristol, Gloucestershire, England. 1. The chapel was built as a private chapel for John Cossins who had purchased the estate of Redland Court for his retirement in , having made his money as a grocer in London. He rebuilt the house in but as his health failed he was unable to get to his parish church at . John Cossins came from a wealthy grocer's family in London and he married the daughter of a Bristol merchant Andrew Innys, settled in Bristol and bought the Redland Court estate. He replaced the old manor house with a fashionable classical mansion and he also built this chapel in a similar style.
Please select a court and a time when you would like to play. Tennis can be booked at John Innes Rec, using one of the available membership packages, for the hourly rates of £ (for Adult Membership) and £ (Concessionary membership). Sylva Sylvarum or a Natural History in Ten Centuries, "ninth and last" edition, engraved frontispiece and additional title, ownership inscription of "John Innys , Redland Court, Glouc."upper cover detached [Wing BA; Gibson a-b], W. Lee, and are to be sold by George Sawbridg, COWLEY (ABRAHAM) The Works, engraved portrait, occasional soiling and light dampstaining [Wing C By the estate in Redland was purchased by a London grocer, John Cossins. He rebuilt the house and the nearby Redland Chapel at the time of his marriage to Martha Innys. Cossins’ new wife had inherited land in the Caribbean from her family. On the death of Cossins, she inherited Redland Court. His widow died at Redland, 11 December Baker, John Innes (). Second son of Slade Baker () and his wife Elizabeth, only daughter and heiress of Jeremy Innes of Redland Court (Glos), born 5 July Linen merchant at Bristol; member of the Bristol Society of Merchant Venturers; a subscriber to the Bristol Dock Co.,