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    Parishes Aston Cantlow [ Plan of Aston Cantlow church ]

    Parishes Aston CantlowASTON CANTLOW Acreage: 4,894. Population: 1911, 896; 1921, 878; 1931, 820. Aston Cantlow is an extensive parish, about 51/2 miles from north-west to south-east, stretching across the valley of the Alne . The main village, consisting of

    Houses of Austin canons Priory of Maxstoke

    of the church of Yardley , which had been assigned to them in 1307 . 12 The advowson of Aston Cantlow , followed by the appropriation of the church, was among the further endowments, the prior and convent of Studley

    Parishes Bearley

    by Wootton Wawen and Langley , on the east by Snitterfield , and on the south and west by Aston Cantlow . The western boundary is formed by a stream running out of Edstone Lake ; this may perhaps be

    Parishes Bentley

    have granted land in Bentley , outside the limits of the park and outwood, to John de Wilmcote of Aston Cantlow at a fee farm rent of 5 marks. 15 This rent was reduced by Sir Andrew de Asteley to

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    9 " High Street and Church Great Alne : Church Plan 25 Arrow : Ragley Hall Plate, facing 30 Aston Cantlow : The Gild House " Church Plan 39 Beaudesert : Church, Exterior plate, facing 46 " " Interior "

    Houses of Austin canons Priory of Studley

    such custody. 3 William de Cantilupe, who succeeded his father of the like name, gave the canons lands in Aston Cantlow to the value of £10 per annum for the support of a hospital for impotent folk at the monastery

    The hundreds of Warwickshire

    which gave its name to the latter was on the top of a well-marked hill in the parish of Aston Cantlow . The name was long preserved in ' Pathlow House ', shown on many Warwickshire maps, such as Thomas

    Parishes Billesley BILLESLEY HALL Sketch Plan

    but it remained a separate parish in fact. From the main road a by-road runs past the Hall to Aston Cantlow , with a fork westwards to Haselor , and south of the Hall another road comes in from Wilmcote

    Parishes Spernall

    Arrow near the church, where the present bridge replaces a ford, and continues up the hill to Shelfield and Aston Cantlow , the eastern portion of it being known as Burford Lane . About a quarter of a mile beyond

    Parishes Temple Grafton HILLBOROUGH TEMPLE GRAFTON Sketch plan

    of certain rents in Hillborough as part of his manor of Aston Cantlow . 100 The overlordship, like that of Ipsley , descended with the manor of Aston Cantlow at least down to the reign of Elizabeth. 101 It was

    Parishes Haselor [ Plan of Haselor church ]

    are the much restored village stocks. At Walcot , which lies along a double bend of the road to Aston Cantlow , there are also several timberframed houses. On the south-west side of the road near the second turning is

    Parishes Ipsley [ Plan of Ipsley church ]

    the fee descended, 12 passing to the Beauchamp and Neville Lords Bergavenny, 13 in right of their manor of Aston Cantlow . William Hubold occurs in 1130 , 14 and Hugh Hubald held Ipsley about 1170. 15 In 1199 Henry

    Parishes Studley GORCOTT HALL LOWER SKILTS, STUDLEY Sketch plan [ Plan of Studley church ]

    his tenants there were quit of suit at the hundred and county courts as they attended his court at Aston Cantlow . 102 The Hastings , later Earls of Pembroke , remained mesne lords of these lands, which were later

    Parishes Fillongley

    Nat. Biog . G. E. C., op. cit. (2nd ed.), i, 24 and n. Though he held Snitterfield and Aston Cantlow (q.v.) at his death in 1411 : Chan. Inq. p.m. 12 Hen. IV, no. 34. Ibid. 14 Hen. VI,

    Parishes Great Alne

    end of the parish, close to the river, the main part of it along the road from Alcester to Aston Cantlow and Henley-in-Arden . The church and Manor Farm lie north of the road near the west end, approached by

    The borough of Stratford-upon-Avon Churches and charities Plan of Stratford-on-Avon Church Plan of Gild Chapel, Stratford-on-Avon

    f. 138a'; & V.C.H. Warw . ii, 123. John de Stratford had been rector of Stratford . As at Aston Cantlow and Salford Priors . The latter was almost certainly used for a beacon to guide travellers crossing the ford.

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