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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Axford

    two tithings, Axford to the west and Ashridge to the east. 2 Axford village was presumably in Axford tithing and on or near its present site. Ashridge tithing presumably included the manor house and farmstead of Axford manor, Axford Farm,

    Parishes Nutley

    it from the south at Axford , which, with its two fine old thatched farm-houses of the farms of Upper and Lower Axford , is partly in Nutley and partly in Preston Candover . Leaving Axford Lodge , the residence

    Poor parishes of 1428

    represented by any substantial settlement although a few have prospered in later years. The tax collectors authenticated their return for Axford by adding to the name of the sole inhabitant, one Robert Erle , 'nisi unus inhabitans'. Unless otherwise stated,

    Parishes Ramsbury Ramsbury c. 1828 Ramsbury : the east front of the earl of Pembroke 's house, c . 1567

    Afterwards the circuitous route between Ramsbury and Axford was made easier by a cutting at White's Hill and shorter by a new north-south road north-west of Axford Farm, 27 and the road through Axford became the main Ramsbury-Marlborough route. The

    Parishes Preston Candover

    which comes northeast from Northington and the two other Candovers , and runs across the parish to enter Nutley at Axford and continues uphill to Farleigh and thence to Basingstoke . As the road enters the village the farm buildings

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a ynong man whot put an end tn 1 enre by hanging himself on Tutsday night, in the , ,fVrtX Axford, grqIcer, on lutdgiite-hilf, where the 6ee3e . siinpuman. It appeared that the de- ea'ed was sitt iane. bo; an-d Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AGRICUL'I'URAL DIS l'RESSES. WORCESTERSIiIREN MEETING. Q1i the 81h ins. a County Nleeti g took place at the Guifd'iall, ')I cester,-the Hi jSio e liiT in it eCliai r,-whian varius reso- altiens weere ndopYed; and anong thein, one for Reform, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lady married. With this view, she got acquainted with a person, who- was a friend of the Lightfoot family, named Axford, and who lived- at that time o Ludgaehill. This person consented to pay his addresses to Miss Lightfboto and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and seemed very smuchaffected.--Tbe jury returned a-verdict of Nate sgilfty. TmaL ON 0rRCrMeTsAr1AL EVIDENCE-At Wells, on Monday, HI. Hellier, alias Axford, was indicted for the wilful murder of 'Thomas George, at Nunney, on the 3rd of April, by cutting him' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    are much gratified' in being atst-o announcs;-upols) reliall'ear tbhority, that bbh' Lord Chanaeslor has appebntedl Mr. Rupert Kettle, of the Axford nirdoit, Judge uithe oounty Court oL! WVrceests-, upon the resignatiol ek, oUr. TArksam, the late Judge, 'rimo'has retired' is Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Willimus Robins, 27/10/1604

    Robins Forename Willimus Title clerk Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Appointment Date 27/10/1604 Office/Status Schoolmaster Clerical Status Location Axford// Location OTHER INFORMATION Source SRO, D/D/Vc 68 (Subscription Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Still, John/Bath & Wells 1593- 1608 Comment

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