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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Ashbury

    in a valley in and near Ashdown Park . 8 There are several other barrows situated on Idstone Down and elsewhere in the parish. 9 Roman remains have been found in Ashdown Park , 10 also an Anglo-Saxon iron axe-head

    Parishes Bishopstone Bishopstone c. 1758

    rights over the whole parish, from 1771 to William Craven , Lord Craven (d. 1791), who owned the neighbouring Ashdown Park in Ashbury ( Berks ., later Oxon .). It was held until his death in 1825 by Lord Craven

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    Militia camp, see Ogbourne St. George Arnold the falconer , 112 Ashbury ( Berks ., later Oxon .), 195 Ashdown Park , 7 Romano-Brit. settlement, 15 Ashe : Rob. (d. 1829), 97 Rob. (d. 1855), 97 Rob. Martyn , 97

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bulkelev, of a son. In Brunswick Terrace, Brighton, the lady of Capt. the Hon. M. J. Hennikter, R.N. of Ashdown Park, of a son. MARRIED. On Saturdays, the ead inst. by special license, at Felbrigg Hall, Viscouzot Ennismore, grandson of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    him on the Down, rubbed him dry, covered hin over with all the clothes and wrappers, and went to Ashdown Park for assistance Brandy and water was given to him, and he was put to bed, but never rallied, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Chief Justice's ,Noto- rious Client. 9. The Potato Blossom. An Irish Idyll. By Shiel Dhuv. 10. A Day at Ashdown Park. By A. H. M. 11. John and Jonathan. By John Baker Hopkins. 12. Players of Our Day. XI.-Miss Robertson Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    21, 1883), of the Right ion. Geotge Grimston, third Earl of Craven, Lord Lieutenant of Berkshire, Inte s of Ashdown Park, Berks, who died on December7 last, P. R- was proved on the 26th nlt. by the Right Hon. Evelyn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Whichnor Meadows near s Burton-upon-Trent, on Monday week, but the result was P only communicated to us at Ashdown Park, on Thursday P last. The running was as follows: Sebastopol beat Bront', h and Master Mocking Bird beat Chesterfield, Subscribers-only content

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