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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Medieval Gloucester Town government, 1483-1547

    in the purchase of some former Gloucester Abbey and Llanthony Priory lands around Gloucester and lands in Herefordshire formerly of Aconbury Priory; 41 the Herefordshire lands and much of those around Gloucester were sold off over the next few years,

    Parishes Elmley Lovett

    Clifford . 41 John Lovett recovered seisin of twothirds of the manor against Roger de Clifford and the Prioress of Aconbury in 1274 -5. 42 The other third was no doubt held by his mother Isabel, who, then the widow

    Religious houses Introduction RURAL DEANERIES IN 1535 AND MEDIEVAL RELIGIOUS HOUSES

    High Street (formerly Spittle Street); 6 a hospital at Nesscliff presumably ceased to exist after it had been granted to Aconbury Priory in the mid 13th century. 7 Included below are accounts of four medieval almshouses. All survived the Reformation

    Index A - K

    Street Abergavenny (Mon.), 17, 45, 129 Abingdon ( Berks .), 128 Abloads Court , see Sandhurst Abrahams , Amelia, 335 Aconbury Priory (Herefs.), 56 Adam ap Howel , 376 Adam son of Roger , 371 Adam the Welshman , 371

    Index A-J

    Cleobury North , and Ditton Priors ), Aberdeen , Rowett Inst., Abingdon abbey ( Berks .), Ackers (formerly Coops), Jas., Aconbury priory (Herefs.), acres , n field, statute, and see strike's seedness Acton : Sir Wal., fam., and see Dalberg-

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    TRONEY, John, of Hereford.

    in the city on behalf of a servant of Richard Nash*, and on 1 May the same year, at nearby Aconbury, he witnessed a grant of land to the cathedral. From then on he regularly witnessed conveyances in Hereford, usually

    KERRY, John, of Hereford and Sutton, Herefs.

    to Trinity chantry in the church there, and a garden next to the Good Knaves inn, Hereford, once owned by Aconbury priory. He also leased several small items of land in and around Hereford and may, perhaps, have owned property

    CATCHPOLE, Henry I, of St. Peter's parish, Hereford.

    Hereford, formerly belonging to Bishop Trilleck. They obtained the necessary royal licence in March and another from the prioress of Aconbury in May 1379, but the conveyance was not to be completed for a further 13 years. In the meantime,

    ABRAHALL, John (at least 1389-d.1443), of Dewchurch and 'Gillow' in Archenfield, Herefs.

    several members of the Skydemore family and some 80 others, he had murdered two local men, abducted several others from Aconbury into Wales, there holding them to ransom, and, not least, resorted to horse-stealing and larceny. About this time as

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, A, 01 January 1635-19 June 1636

    hundred Abergavenny , Lord, see Nevill, Henry. Abingdon , Berks Abraham , Anthony Ackson , Thomas Aconbury , co. Hereford Acornebury , see Aconbury. Acton , Middlesex, papers relating to shipmoney statement of size of parish Acton , Joan information Subscribers-only content

    Entry Book, February 1661, 16-28, 01 February 1661-28 February 1661

    from same to same for same to George Lea, of the like office of the late priories of Dore, Clifford, Aconbury, and Wormsley, Killpeck, Lymbrook, Malvern, the monastry of Clive ("Sleeve"), et al ., and divers chantries, the priory of

    Index, A, 01 January 1660-31 December 1667

    212. -, Lord. See Nevill, G. and J. Abingdon (Berks), 121, 331. Abrathat , James, 121. Acomb Manor (Yorks), 133. Aconbury Priory (Hereford), 209. Act , Acts. See Parliament (Acts of); Indemnity; Assessments; Hearth; Poll; Settlement; Trade. Acton , Edward,

    Index, A, 01 September 1546-31 January 1547

    Wm., ii. g. 332 (39). Acaster ( or Alcaster) Selby , Yorks., i. g. 504 (47 p. 251). Accombury. See Aconbury. Achame , Yorks. See Acomb. Ackton (Aketon) , Yorks., ii. g. 648 (25 p. 335). Acland , John, ii.

    Charles I - volume 318, April 1-18, 1636, 01 April 1636-18 April 1636

    a grant to Alexander Gretton and his wife of some mills in Ludlow formerly belonging to the priory of Acornebury [Aconbury ] , co. Hereford, should pass, Gretton being servant to his Majesty and his wife servant to the Queen. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hereford, who was recently convicted by the ITereford 1county magistrates, and sentenced to three months' irpr'sonment for alleged poaching at Aconbury, appealed aeirsst the maoistrates' decision. After a lengthy heat-in -n which the apellaut set) up an alibi, the Court Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .,Lv. Thomas Thistlevaife licensed to oficinte in fthsDfocse 5 ori iverpool.E S1mith r v. W . F-; Perprtrol CLomate of Aconbury, Hereford. Patron, the Rev. IL P1. -.IL todinrtou. Sonthivell Be-v. L. Borrows, M-A-, Principal of Lichfield ZTeological College, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr Candler's fox-hounds, Monday,at Shrawley; Wednesday, at Croome Perry Wood; Friday, at Cotheridge-at half-past ten. The Herefordslsire hounds, Tuesday, at Aconbury Priory Friday, at Mordiford; Tuesday, 12th, at Ven Wood-at ten. The .lbrighton hounds, Tuesday, at Himley; Friday, at Apley; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Little Stretton-at uine. Mr Leche's fox-hounds, Tuesday, at Carden, at half-past tel. The Herefordshire houndsTuesday, at Vaun Wood; Friday, at Aconbury Priory-at ten. Mr Candler's fox-hounds, Mondav, at Crosrle, at half-past tel; Wednesday, at Bishop's\ vood,ateleven; Friday, at Lick-tv -at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    On Wednesday, at Monk Wood; and onl Friday, at Soetc'hley-at half- past 10. The Herefordihireh1ounds lsfli meet on Tues:ay'. at Aconbury Turn- pike; on Friday, at Dormimgton ; on Wednesday, 9th, at Wormliow Tump; - and onl l'riday, Ilth, at Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Henry Law Bamford, 6/11/1834

    Bamford Forename Henry Law Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 6/11/1834 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status Location Aconbury// OTHER INFORMATION Source HCRO, CA19/3 (Episcopal Register) (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Grey, Edward/Hereford 1832- 1837 Comment #50 p.a.

    Henry Law Bamford, 10/12/1835

    Henry Law Title Qualification BA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 10/12/1835 Office/Status Perpetual Curate Clerical Status Location Aconbury// OTHER INFORMATION Source HCRO, CA19/3 (Episcopal Register) (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Grey, Edward/Hereford 1832- 1837 Comment Patron Details

    Francis Hungerford Brickenden, 21/6/1820

    Francis Hungerford Title Qualification BD University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 21/6/1820 Office/Status Perpetual Curate Clerical Status Location Aconbury// OTHER INFORMATION Source HCRO, CA19/2 (Episcopal Register) (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Huntingford, George Isaac/Hereford 1815- 1832 Comment Patron

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