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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Chilvers Cotton

    Parishes Chilvers Cotton CHILVERS COTON Acreage: 4,056. Population: 1911, 10,492; 1921, 12,766; 1931, 13,269. The parish of Chilvers Coton lies to the south of Nuneaton , into which borough it was absorbed in 1920 . It is about 41/2 miles

    Houses of Austin canons Priory of Arbury

    the parish of Chilvers Coton , dedicated to the honour of the Blessed Virgin, was founded early in the reign of Henry II by Ralph de Sudley. The original endowment consisted of the church of Chilvers Coton , with two

    The borough of Nuneaton

    6,541 acres, formed a roughly L-shaped block lying to the north and east of Chilvers Coton , the northern limb of the L being some 6 miles from east to west and the eastern rather over 3 miles from north

    Parishes Astley

    1678 , but no date is given. 51 The Newdigate family had owned Arbury in the adjacent parish of Chilvers Coton since early in the 17th century. 52 The Newdigate baronetcy became extinct in 1806 with the death of Sir

    Parishes Bedworth

    5 miles north of the former place, with which it was connected by electric tramway prior to 1941. 1 Chilvers Coton on the north, Bulkington on the east, Exhall and Corley on the south, and Astley on the west are

    Parishes Burton Latimer Latimer . Gules a cross paty or . Plessy. Argent six rings gules . Croxton Abbey . Or a bend between six martlets sable .

    manor was purchased by John Harpur , on whose death it passed to his cousin Joseph Harpur , of Chilvers Coton (co. Warwick ). His son, Henry Richard Harpur , was succeeded in 1870 by his brother, the Rev. Latimer

    Parishes Wolvey

    third in 1691 ; 96 she or her daughter Mary and John Parker , son of Thomas Parker of Chilvers Coton , the husband of another of the heiresses, were jointly in possession in 1723 . 97 Later in the

    Shepperton The hundred of Spelthorne (continued) THE HUNDRED OF SPELTHORNE

    Shepperton ' in George Eliot 's Scenes of Clerical Life is not taken from Shepperton in Middlesex but from Chilvers Coton (Warws.). 76 MANORS. The manor of SHEPPERTON occupied the part of the parish which lies west of a line

    Townships West Derby

    . Inq. p.m . (Chet. Soc), i, 10, 11. Sir Richard Molyneux in 1562 purchased from Henry Acres of Chilvers Coton a capital messuage known as Ackers' hall and various lands lately held by Henry Fletcher , William Litherland ,

    The borough of Sutton Coldfield NEW HALL SUTTON COLDFIELD

    Peerage (2nd ed.), v, 326-8. His deputy in 1574 was Thomas Wayte : Add. Chart. 42366. Of Arbury in Chilvers Coton (q.v.), Lord Chief Justice of the Upper Bench , and M.P. for Tamworth in 1660 . M.P. for Tamworth

    Index A-J

    village, weaving ind., Answers (periodical), Antera of Cov. (fl. 1219), Anti-Vaccination Soc., Antony, Wm., n Arabia, Arbury Priory, in Chilvers Coton , Archangel ( Russia ), Archer , Andrew, Hen., Sir Sim ., Thos., ld. Archer (d. 1768), Col. -

    Index A-J

    Geo ., Earl of Jersey (d. 1915), and see Villiers Childmell , John, Chiltern Hills ( Berks .) , Chilvers Coton (Warw.) , Chilworth Street , see Paddington China , Chinnery, H. B. , Chippendale , Thos., Chippenham ( Wilts

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