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    Parishes Church Lawford

    Parishes Church LawfordCHURCH LAWFORD Acreage: 1,767. Population: 1911, 232; 1921, 271; 1931, 280. The River Avon forms the northern boundary of the parish, and on it, no doubt, was the mill worth 10 s . 6 d . which Victoria County History

    Parishes Newnham Regis

    small village, where it divides, one lane going to Bretford and one to the bridge over the Avon and Church Lawford . The decline of the village took place in the late 16th century, and is attributed by Dugdale to Victoria County History

    Alien houses Priory of Wolston

    plain and wood, in meadow and pasture. He also gave them the church of St. Peter of 'Ledleford' ( Church Lawford ), with its tithes and a hide of land. 2 In 1226 the abbot and convent of St. Pierresur-Dive Victoria County History

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    " 139 " Church " " Plan 140 Ladbroke Church , c . 1820 plate, facing 148 Map of Church Lawford , c . 1720 Leamington Hastings Church : North Door " 149 " " " Plan 153 Leamington Spa Victoria County History

    Parishes Stretton-upon-Dunsmore and Princethorpe

    regarded as an appendage of this earldom in its various creations. In 1235 it was reckoned with Wolston and Church Lawford at 21/2 knight's fees held of John Fitzalan, 8 Stretton by itself being a half-fee held of the same Victoria County History

    Parishes Newbold-on-Avon

    heirs put sheep on the moor. They were also allowed to cut turves up to the edge of the Church Lawford turbary, where they could not cut them. The thicket ( spinetum ) of Thurnmill was divided between the monks Victoria County History

    LEIGH, Francis (c.1579-c.1625), of Newnham Regis, Warws.

    left a bequest of £10 to his father, now an old man. Among other bequests was one of £4 to the churchwardens of Church Lawford for a gilt chalice for the ‘more decent and reverent administration of the holy communion’.[footnote] History of Parliament

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