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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The Liberty of Ely The medieval Liberty of Ely

    Barton Court of Ely . They contain mainly pleas of debt and covenant-familiar residual business of the hundred courts in the later Middle Ages; and extracts from earlier rolls preserved by Wren make it clear that the Barton Court exercised

    Parishes Milton

    Dent family (then resident at ' Barton Court '). In 1892 the Milton Manor Farm was acquired by Mr. Thomas John Jones , by whom it has since been sold to the Barton Court Estate Co. Ltd. It is now

    Parishes Wolverton

    Henry Worsley of Appuldercomb, 61 and had an only daughter and heir Elizabeth, who married Sir Jemmett Raymond of Barton Court (co. Berks .), and died in 1688 , aged seventeen, nine days after the birth of her only son

    Parishes Beedon

    here in 1545 . 42 Thomas Reade , their son, who with his mother purchased the manor, lived at Barton Court near Abingdon . He came into possession of the manor at the death of his mother in 1576 ,

    Parishes Kintbury

    Enborne with John Cheney of West Woodhay in 1542 . 24 From that time the manor was known as Barton Court and it followed the same descent 25 as West Woodhay (q.v.) until 1634, when the latter was sold by

  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 64, 21 May 1832, 21 May 1832-21 May 1832

    , in the Second Year of the Reign of His present Majesty, created Baron Amesbury of Kintbury, Amesbury and Barton Court , in the County of Berks , and of Aston Hall , in the County of Flint , with

    Charles II, April 1679, 01 April 1679-30 April 1679

    to New College, Robert Elwes, now scholar in the College of Winton, son of Sir John Elwes late of Barton Court, Berkshire. [ S.P. Dom., Entry Book 53, p . 552. ] April 6. Whitehall. Warrant to Sir Thomas Chicheley Subscribers-only content

    Index, B, 01 December 1672-31 December 1675

    of Lombard Street, 625. Barton , John, tidesman, London, 581. -, Mr., lease, Brigstock, 741. Barton (co. Cambridge), 511. Barton Court (co. Berks), 429. Barwick , John, waiter, Stockton, 724. Bas . See Le Bas. Basire , Isaac. Archdeacon of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    her off ivith his fiat liand, but never offered any viclence to her, The examination of ThOame1as !arriSen, of Barton Court, gar. denerj who saith, That otl the evening of the 2d of AiigAst he was returniing homnefrom Kititbnry, between Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    North Wales has now fallen. The deceased's second son, the Rev. James Dundas, succeeds to the Berkshire estate, of Barton Court, near Hungerford; he is the Vicar of Rintbury, Berks, a family living; only one of the daughters survives, who Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    manufacturer of bracs andIron bedsteads. EDWARD HALL, 19 Ball Street, Notherton, Worcesterehire, draper, bootmakedr,'anr grocer. BxSJAMN DBl Bn ouT, Barton Court, Colwall, Herefordshire, and The Chilet St. Joseph Blarritz, France, gentleman. Jossirn Bo6Tr, 5, iorgeley Reath, and Sprlig Street, both Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    than originally arranged. Two fine dog otters, one weighing 191b. and the other 211b.. have been trapped on the Barton Court estate of Mr. Hungerford. The otters had done much damage amongst the trout in that part of the Kennet Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Stanley Hill (at 11); Monday, 14. Four Oaks, Djmock; Wednesday, 16,Haeies lnd; Friday; 18, Barbers Bridge; Satur. day, 19, Barton Court. L rrow-(at 11).-This day, M~arch 10, llopton Wafer; Satur. day, 12, MunsiiFlo v. Slevsces,5 (at 12).-Thils day,' March 10, Subscribers-only content

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