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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Gatcombe

    three brothers, but in 1086 it had passed to William son of Stur. 7 The overlordship was annexed to Carisbrooke Castle (q.v.) until it lapsed in the 17th century. 8 The lands of William son of Stur passed to his

    Parishes Mottistone

    ft. high, with another fallen one near it. MANOR The manor of MOTTISTONE was held of the honour of Carisbrooke Castle . 6 Before the Conquest four thegns had held it, but in 1086 William son of Azor held it

    Parishes Chale

    in memory of Shakespeare . 12 MANORS The manor of CHALE has always been held of the lord of Carisbrooke Castle . 13 In 1086 William son of Stur held the manor, having succeeded the Saxon tenant Chetle. 14 At

    Isle of Wight Hundred of West Medine

    and waif and free chase throughout the Island. The king had no coroner in the Island, the constable of Carisbrooke Castle fulfilling that office. 20 The courts for the hundred of West Medine were held in the time of Henry

    Parishes Godshill

    Sir James died in 1538 , 28 and Henry VIII , attended by Thomas Cromwell , then constable of Carisbrooke Castle , is said to have visited his son Richard Worsley at Appuldurcombe in that year, 29 so that by

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Monday 13th July 1846

    5 we drove out in the large char à bancs, with Charles & the 3 eldest Children, going round Carisbrooke Castle , by a lane we had never been before, & from which one has an excellent view of the

    Tuesday 13th May 1845

    again drove me & Charles out, to within a mile of Newport , getting a very fine view of Carisbrooke Castle , which is beautifully situated above the town. Walked a little when we returned. - Dinner as yesterday. -

    Monday 19th July 1847

    riding, & I, the Ladies & the 6 other Gentlemen driving in the 2 char à bancs. Went to Carisbrooke Castle , where we got out. The evening was fine & the country was looking beautiful. - Dinner as yesterday.

    Friday 4th August 1848

    was giving the Children their lessons. We drove in the afternoon with Victoire, Bertie, Alice, & Affie, going to Carisbrooke Castle , where we got out, come back by 7, Victoire was delighted with the drive. The people cheered us,

    Thursday 27th July 1854

    over the grave of Charles Irst's poor little daughter Elizabeth, who died a year after her Father's execution, at Carisbrooke Castle , aged 14. It was a pleasant evening. - The Dss of Sutherland (come for 2 nights) the addition

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ducks - - Fieldin - Uls1te-r - - Hotland - - The Dedication - _ Richter - - - Carisbrooke Castle - - Nasmyth - - View at West Cowes - - ditto - Annette and Lubin - - Richter Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    obvious state reasons the fact is not avowed. How this delusion could have continued, after King Charles's captivity in Carisbrooke Castle, is astonishing, but the na- tives account for that by pointing to his unhappy end." We shall have the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    opets carriages to Sandisow, Shanlklin, Ventnor, Blackgang, anml Caris- broake. They breakfasted at Steephill, Caustle Ventnor, and lined at Carisbrooke Castle, where the two parties met. Aeldresses of welcome uwerc delivered by the Mayors of Nevwport and lyde, and speeches Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by the Dowager Lady Cbnrnhill and the Hon. Ethel Cadogan. The Princess Beatrice, attended by Miss Cochrane, drove to Carisbrooke Castle on Wednesday, and inspected the collection of work made by the ladies of the Isle of Wight Guild, of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Hon. Marn Hurhes. HEr royal Highness | rincess Beatrice, attended by Miss Minnie Cochrane, dvrovo to Carisbrooke Castle, and inspected the collection '.r work made by the ladies of the Isle of Wight Guild, of which her Royal Highness Subscribers-only content


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