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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Freshwater

    Afton , xvi cent.), which in 1086 belonged to the king. 46 Its overlordship followed the descent of Carisbrooke (q.v.) until these rights lapsed in the 17th century. 47 Of the immediate tenants William de Afton died seised of

    Isle of Wight Hundred of West Medine

    Chale , Chillerton , Atherfield, South Shorwell , North Shorwell , Kingston , Bowcombe , Mottistone , Brook, Compton , Afton , Thorley , Ningwood , Shalfleet , Park, Carisbrooke , Watchingwell, Northwood and Calbourne , and separate courts were

    Parishes Shalfleet

    of Afton in Freshwater , for in 1431 , when the manor is next mentioned, it belonged to John Holcombe of Afton , 98 who had married Agnes the widow of William Ringbourne. From that date it descended with Afton

    Parishes Brighstone ( Brixton )

    with a twelfth of a fee in Celerton held at the same date of the same overlord by Richard de Afton . 66 John de Kingston 's holding belonged at the beginning of the 14th century to Jordan de Kingston

    The borough of Yarmouth

    £4,000, has three landing-stages and is 700 ft. in length. The town is well lighted and supplied with water from Afton . There is a town hall with an undercroft on the west side of the square bearing the inscription

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EmilyMacleod, in the 76th year of her age. on TueSday se'nniglit, in tite prime of life, Robert Hicks, Esq., of Afton ILoUse. Islc of Xislt. His death was occasioned by accidentally running a rosc tIis beihts co his fingers, which Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE LITERARY EXAMINER. Peasant Life ini Sweden. By L. Lloyd. Tinsley. Mr Lloyd has written a very pleasant volume detailing the life and habits of the Swedish peasantry, and giving a connected account of their religious and other festivals. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wntvtd; otust li -Addd r-'} orktincoi-Ulorirl, Wnleerhsaciptan. rcle56 -dd Ulu~ OC0AOIBUILf)EUli.-OoadIaialter Vants Place, coa write ndJItl A ~2_ tin-Pbior 26,PhllpsStreet, Afton Itoad. d0ll ,fos - fly IZVntdnlexaincdCah-mt.Apiy -1C0AC1{MAKnEoES. nlued oo gepijraticalr Workiing ori 6' C for abrimbeset H'iltahinten: IL alo. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IBERAL it .1)'[MSTRATIONS Al . I * ' ' COANNOCK BCHASE. MEETING ATTPELSALL. i Yesterday anf qpen;air, neeting in sopporbtof the- Giovera- meont took' plseo6'on thec 66fm6on at Pefsall, and despite the ) bitterly old*Wid thereowas a good attbendance, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    t r Iy Kiensingtonl, N :r The appeal to the Paris Cour de Cssiation in tes,,* the vessel Falls of Afton (Glasgow to Calcutta) hi LI rdecided in favour of the salvors, the award of s francs being upheld. h Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    STEWART, Alexander (c.1739-94), of Afton, Ayr.

    (c.1739-94), of Afton, Ayr. Constituency Dates Kirkcudbright Stewartry 16 Aug. 1786 16 Dec. 1794 Ofifces Held Lt. 37 Ft. 1756, capt. 1761, maj. 1771; lt.-col. 3 Ft. 1775; brig.-gen. (America) 1781-3; col. 1782; maj.-gen. 1790; col. 2 Ft. 1793- d.

    STEWART, Alexander I (c.1739-94), of Afton, Ayr and Cairne, Wigtown.

    I (c.1739-94), of Afton, Ayr and Cairne, Wigtown. Constituency Dates Kirkcudbright Stewartry 16 Aug. 1786 16 Dec. 1794 Ofifces Held Lt. 37 Ft. 1756, capt. 1761, maj. 1771; lt.-col. 3 Ft. 1775; brig.-gen. (America) 1781-3; col. 1782, maj.-gen. 1790; col.

    STYUECLE, Richard (d.1440/1), of Merston and Chewton Mendip, Som.

    Styuecle may have served on one last royal commission in Somerset in 1439,[footnote] but he died shortly before 28 Nov. 1441. His line continued at Afton in Devon through the marriage of his younger son, Hugh (d.1457), to an heiress.[footnote]

 

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