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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Bray with the borough of Maidenhead Introduction, borough and manors

    except one messuage called Berkeleys in Earley . 245 Probably Lowbrook was already in the possession of the Martyns of Athelhampton (co. Dorset ). John Martyn held it in 1426 , 246 and left it at his death to Thomas

    Parishes Yeovilton Yeovilton , 1838

    The estate was further divided during the 14th century. By 1316 the holder seems to have been Robert Martin of Athelhampton (Dors.), to whom it may have passed by marriage; 38 Robert Martin and Ralph of Yeovilton shared one fee

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    assizes of bread and ale , 46, 59, 77, 145-6, 192, 228, 245, 261 Astrop ( Northants .), 88, 102 Athelhampton (Dors.), 167 Athelney , 155, 176 abbey, 5, 9, 23, 157, 159, 161-4, 187, 213 abbot, 148, 159-63; and

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MARTIN, Thomas (c.1530-83), of Park Pale, Tolpuddle, Dorset.

    the Dorchester area since the reign of Edward I or even earlier. By the Tudor period, their principal seat was Athelhampton, enlarged by Sir William Martin into a splendid manor house towards the end of the fifteenth century. Besides this,

    MARTIN, William, of Dorchester and Winterbourne St. Martin, Dorset.

    tail-male, with successive remainders, on their sons Robert, Richard and William, at the same time disposing of his manor of Athelhampton in such a way that after his own death it should pass to one of these three in preference

    FITZJAMES, Leweston (c.1574-1638), of Leweston, Dorset.

    and there bound with James Hannam, a wealthy cousin of Thomas Hannam, and Henry Martyn of the Dorset family of Athelhampton. In 1596 Sir Walter Ralegh wrote to Sir Robert Cecil from Weymouth, complaining of one ‘Fitzjames, known to be

    KEILWAY, Francis (d.1602), of Rockbourne, Hants.

    of his local residence. There was, besides, a connexion with the Wallop family: Keilway’s aunt Elizabeth married Robert Martin of Athelhampton, Dorset, and their daughter was mother of William Wallop. In a letter to Sir Robert Cecil in 1601, Keilway

    FARINGDON, Thomas (d.1444), of Tincleton, Dorset.

    to hold the manors of East and West Tincleton. It was not until her death, in 1482, that the estate passed to Faringdon’s daughter Iseult, wife of Sir William Martin† of Athelhampton, who was by then aged at least 48.[footnote]

  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles I - volume 159, January 22-31, 1630, 21 January 1630-31 January 1630

    of Totteridge, co. Herts. Jan. 59. Brief on the part of Thomas Pope against Dr. Bradish, respecting the tithes of Athelhampton, in the parish of Piddletown, co. Dorset. Jan. 60. Brief in the same cause on the part of Dr. Subscribers-only content

    General Index, A, 01 July 1629-31 March 1631

    , the document dated from Assurance Office , London Asteley , Mr. Aston Aston , John, warrant to Sir Roger Athelhampton , co. Dorset Atkins , John Atkinson , Lieutenant Anthony Mary, alias Laxton, paper as to descent of her Subscribers-only content

    Index of names and places, A

    758, 853, 968, 1085, 1209, 1239; ii. 37, 972. son of Henry Ashurst, of Ashurst, i. 875. Ashwelhamston . See Athelhampton. Ashwell (Ashwel), i. 181. co. Rutland, ii. 981. Ashwell (Ashwel): Thomas, i. 1240; ii. 474, 759. alderman of Norwich,

    Index of names and places, B

    1372. Bruen : Calvin, i. 962, 1079. alderman of Chester, i. 1235; ii. 31, 294, 462, 659, 969. John, of Athelhampton, i. 544. Jonathan, i. 1079, 1235; ii. 462, 1063, 1064, 1321, 1365, 1428. Brugg , Elizabeth, widow, ii. 263,

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Thomas Highmore Stephens, 24/10/1744

    Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason cession Date 24/10/1744 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Athelhampton// OTHER INFORMATION Source BRO, Ep/A/5/1/2 (Institution Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Butler, Joseph/Bristol 1738- 1750 Comment Instituted to Athelhampton and Burleston in one entry

    John Marsh, 24/10/1744

    EVENT TYPE Type Institution Date 24/10/1744 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Athelhampton// OTHER INFORMATION Source BRO, Ep/A/5/1/2 (Institution Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Butler, Joseph/Bristol 1738- 1750 Comment Instituted to Athelhampton and Burleston in one entry Patron Details PATRON SUMMARY Patron

    Giles Meech, 2/2/1789

    Forename Giles Title clerk Qualification BA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 2/2/1789 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status Location Athelhampton// OTHER INFORMATION Source BRO, EP/A/1/2 (Act Book 1782-1810) (Episcopal Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Wilson, Christopher/Bristol 1783- 1792 Comment

    Giles Meech, 31/1/1789

    Meech Forename Giles Title Qualification BA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Appointment Date 31/1/1789 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status Location Athelhampton// Location OTHER INFORMATION Source BRO, EP/A/10/1/10 (Sub book 1767-1802) (Subscription Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Bagot, Lewis/Bristol 1782- 1783 Comment

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the free-trade policy Of the country." Moved by Mr. H. OSBORNE, of Weeford Park, Tasnworth; seconded by Mr. G. WOOD, Athelhampton, Dorchester- "That, strongly holding these views, this meeting is deter- mined to persevere by every available means in demanding Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Colonel Blandy Jeukins, Kingston House, Abingdon; Captain Henderson, Dundee; Mr. Arthur E. Dyson, The Hollies, Timperley: Mr. G. Wood Homer, Athelhampton, Dorset; Mr. R. E. Horwood, Drayton Beauchomp, Tring ; Mr. C. J. G.. Hulkes, Little Hermitage, Rochester. Mr. A. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bright, of Maldon, to Laura, youngest daughter of Mr. Richard Pledger, of Beeleigh, Maldon, Essex. On the 2t>tb ult., at Athelhampton, Dorset, Dr. Maurice Schulhof, of Brook-street, Orosvenor-square, Member of the Royal College of Physicians, London, and third son of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ult., at St. Leonard's, Nazing, Essex, Augusta, widow of the late James Frederick Bury, Esq. On the 2nd iust., at Athelhampton, Dorset, in her 61st year, Sarah, only surviving daughter of the late J. Vaizey, Esq., late of Star Stile, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .THOUSAND FLEECES of bigh quality Down Wool, and about Two Packs of Lamb Wool. Apply to Mr. Geoege W. Hobheb, Athelhampton, Dorchester, Dorset, ___i______________--__--------------_----- __-----»-----------------------i TWO Practical Men in the Extract Trade are Open to meet with a Person with Subscribers-only content

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