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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Eyford

    John and Walter in 1346 held 1/4 fee once Roger Delamare 's. 56 The sons, who retained connexions with Aston Somerville , one of the Musard estates 57 and the place from which they apparently took their name, enlarged their

    Parishes Bishampton

    the same way as Kington , though little is known of their tenure of the manor. William Somerville of Aston Somerville was dealing with land at Bishampton in 1429 -30, 49 and in 1561 John Somerville held 'the manor of

    Parishes Hinton on the Green

    rectors held other livings also, though sometimes of near-by parishes: in 1667 and 1701 Sedgeberrow , 190 in 1772 Aston Somerville , 191 and in 1814 Willersey . 192 In 1786 Francis Mills was resident at his other living at

    Parishes Birlingham

    time of Guy Beauchamp , John's widow sold it to Masculine Musard, who sold it to the parson of Aston Somerville , by whom it was sold to James D'Abitot (Add. MS. 28024, fol. 170 b ). In 1315 it

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ward, by which Messrs. H.,Burlingham ;to aid T. White are returned unopposed. No nomination e has been received for Aston Somerville, and that for Cow ) Honeybourue, came to hand too late. In the parishes - where there are contests Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T~OR~ SALjE-INKS AN~D PUB LIC-HOU8EB UGlBeorho lRcle;dig og respoectbie trade. Boent C'AB,' Zi5. In5going £1 1.-Bake. . non St eet,. SUBURIKAX Beorhouse, occupyinig a splendid corner position in remst S. lol-PoPrilited aud respcctatble neighbourhood. Hiss for years station do0ne Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Earl of Warwick, WaVrwick c Castle; 2, Mr. W. Wynn, Ryon Hill, Stratford-on-Avon; c 3, Dir. E. J. Webb, Aston Somerville, Broadway; reserved, E Sir C. F. Smythe, Bert., Weetton Orange, Henley-in- 1 Ar-den. Ten ewe lambs: 1, Tire Earl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Class 8. For the five beat cross bred or short-wool Theave3, £3., Mr. Bandell; second lreomium, £2,, Mr. Crowther, Aston Somerville; highly commended, Mr. BAldvin.- Class 9. For the best long-wool Ewe Lambs, £2,, Mr. S. Hurnt, Harvington; second prenmiam, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lench, Richard Tandy- Aldligton, *Thomas Walter Blythe; All Saints' (Evesam), John Collins and A.; H. Wright; Ashton-underH-ill, -*John Baldwyn; Aston Somerville, Nathaniel Tovey; Aston Sabedgec *William Coldicott; Badsey, *William Byrd; Bretforton, John Wadhams; Broadway, Samuel Taylor and Benjamin Burrows; Ohildswickharn, Subscribers-only content

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