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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Frocester Introduction

    5 which passes through Downton to join Wickster's brook. The wood mentioned at Frocester in 1086 6 was probably Buckholt Wood on Frocester Hill ; the wood was recorded by that name (meaning a beech wood) in the 13th century,

    Frocester Manor and other estates

    Ducie . The estate, which in 1839 comprised 572 a. mainly in the south-east of the parish and including Buckholt Wood , 7 then followed the descent of King's Stanley manor in the Moreton , Reynolds, and Leigh families 8

    Parishes Mottisfont

    I carucate of land in Oakley by Mottisfont , pasture in Oakley meadow and pannage for thirty swine in Buckholt Wood to Peter le Tannere and Margery his wife for life, with reversion to Adam de Bukesgate and Eugenia his

    Parishes West Tytherley with Buckholt

    immediately after the deaths or surrender of the aforesaid.' 135 In 1673 the wood called the East Bailey of Buckholt Wood was granted by Charles II to Robert Challoner to be held for twenty-seven years from 23 August 16 76,

    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of St Peter at Gloucester

    abbot purchased from Laurence de Chandos 55 acres of arable land in Brockworth , 40 acres of meadow, and Buckholt Wood , covering 300 acres. 91 John de Felda's successor, Reginald de Homme, found a debt of 1500 marks in

  • * British History Online *

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    Corrigenda

    Hall read Hill. " 453 " 10 from bottom for Masters read Musters. " 469 1st column line 27 Buckholt Wood, grant of, read 122, 222, 454. " 482 1st " " 29 for D'Ailvergue read D'Ailvergne. " 505 2nd

    Appendix

    pp. 307 313. July 16. Treasury warrant to the Surveyor General of Crown Lands to amend the particular of Buckholt Wood in order to the lease thereof to Thomas Smith ut supra p. 122. Warrants not Relating to Money XVI

    Minute Book, May 1672, 01 May 1672-31 May 1672

    Shaftesbury, Lord Clifford, Sir John Duncombe. Petition from Capt. Robt. Chaloner praying a lease in reversion of part of Buckholt Wood, co. Wilts and Hants, called Eastwalk, now in grant to William Fenwick. Referred to Sir C. Harbord. ( Out

    Warrants etc, September 1700, , 06 September 1700-28 September 1700

    extension of lease to Thomas Smith of the wood known as the East Part of Buckholt Wood or the East Walk of Buckholt Wood in Co. Southants. and Wilts. and containing 486 acres; at the ancient rent of 40 l

    Entry Book, July 1672, 16-31, 16 July 1672-31 July 1672

    a particular and ratal of a parcel of land in cos. Wilts. and Southampton, called the East Walk of Buckholt Wood, with a view to a lease thereof to Capt. Robert Challoner. Warrants Not Relating to Money III. p. 121.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The purchasers and respEictive tenants of Lots 1, 2, and 3 will be c entitled to the Herbsge of Buckholt Wood, i cornurors with ail o others having the lice right. I Lor 4.-Twvo COTTAGES, with the Garden Land behind Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    £144. The purchasers and respective tenants of Lots 1, 2 and 3 wffl be entitled to the herbage of Buckholt Wood, in common with aU others having the like right. Lot 4. Two COTTAGES, with the garden land behind the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    £144. The purchasers and respective tenants of Lots 1, 2 and 3 wiU be entitled to the herbage of Buckholt Wood, in common with aU others having the Uke right. Lot 4. Two COTTAGES, with the garden land behind the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    £144. The purchasers and respective tenants of Lots 1, 2 and 3 wiU be entitled to the herbage of Buckholt Wood, in common with aU others having the like right. Lot 4. Two COTTAGES, with the garden land behind the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    horsemen ; but having crossed at the I imp Bridge, they again came up with the hounds at the Buckholt Wood ; reynanl being then very much pressed, proceeded a> a rapid pace close by Welsh Newton House, ami on Subscribers-only content

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