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You searched for: Place: "Andover", Source type: Secondary sources

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Alien houses Priory of Andover

    Alien houses Priory of Andover 36. THE PRIORY OF ANDOVER Among the various English gifts that the Conqueror bestowed on the Benedictine abbey of St. Florent, Saumur, was the church of Andover , with a hide and 14 acres of

    Parishes Andover with Foxcott

    Andover Great or East Field , Andover West Field , Andover Down , Andover Marshes , Enham Heath and Finkley Down were inclosed by a Private Act of Parliament. 28 The following place-names are found in documents relating to

    The hundred of Andover Index Map to the Hundred of Andover

    The hundred of Andover THE HUNDRED OF ANDOVER containing the parishes of; Abbotts Ann ; Amport ; Andover ; Foxcott Chapelry; Appleshaw ; Clatford , Upper; Fyfield ; Grately; Kimpton ; Knight's Enham; Monxton ; Penton Mewsey ; Quarley ;

    Parishes Knight's Enham

    militis (xiv cent.); Enam (xv cent.). Knights Enham is a parish bounded on all sides by Andover . There are three detached portions, all lying eastwards of the main parish. The total area is 794 acres. The soil is chiefly

    Parishes Weyhill with Penton Grafton

    caveat was issued that no grant should pass for holding a fair near Andover to the prejudice of Weyhill nor for removing that at Weyhill nearer Andover . 60 This, however, had little effect. At the fair in the following

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    Andover

    Andover Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the corporation Number qualified to vote: 24 THOMAS ASSHETON SMITH I 08 Apr. 1820 Sir John Walter POLLEN, bt. 08 Apr. 1820 THOMAS ASSHETON SMITH II vice Assheton Smith, vacated his

    Andover

    Andover Borough Background Information JAMES HAWLEY 13 Oct. 1586 EDWIN SANDYS I 13 Oct. 1586 HENRY READE 20 Oct. 1588 THOMAS TEMPLE 20 Oct. 1588 MILES SANDYS 1593 EDWARD BARKER 1593 EDWARD PHELIPS 1 Oct. 1597 EDWARD REYNOLDS 1

    Andover

    Andover Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the corporation JOHN TROTT 20 Apr. 1660 JOHN COLLINS 20 Apr. 1660 JOHN COLLINS 21 Mar. 1661 (SIR) JOHN TROTT 21 Mar. 1661 SIR KINGSMILL LUCY, Bt. vice Trott, deceased 31

    Andover

    Andover Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the corporation JOHN WALLOP 29 Jan. 1715 WILLIAM GUIDOTT 29 Jan. 1715 JAMES BRUDENELL 1 Apr. 1715 vice Wallop, chose to sit for Hampshire BRUDENELL 3 Apr. 1716 re-elected after appointment

    Andover

    Andover Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the corporation BENJAMIN LETHIEULLIER 16 June 1790 WILLIAM FELLOWES 16 June 1790 BENJAMIN LETHIEULLIER 25 May 1796 HON. COULSON WALLOP 25 May 1796 Thomas Assheton Smith 25 May 1796 THOMAS ASSHETON

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