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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Rockbourne

    an d others, who in that year were paid £250 for keeping the king's race-horses in West Park and Cole Park . 62 It was purchased in 1762 by Sir Eyre Coote , the famous Indian General, and passed like

    Parishes Malmesbury

    Farm or Grange Farm, neighbouring farmsteads north-west of Cole Park . Lawn Farm , perhaps used as one of two lodges for officers of the royal stud farm in Cole park in the earlier 17th century, 176 is an L

    Parishes Norton

    . 1 On Speed's map of 1611 the name Coloparle, in error for Cole Park , was juxtaposed to the name Norton , and Cole Park , a house 2 km. SSE. of Malmesbury , was marked by no symbol.

    Twickenham Introduction TWICKENHAM AND TEDDINGTON before the inclosures in 1818 & 1800 respectively

    seems to have been at Heat hfield , by Whitton Road , and a little later, in the nineties, Cole Park was laid out with detached houses, and the smaller Perryn House estate followed. 33 Different reasons have been given

    County government 1530-1660

    as they were in any case yielding 'a continual provision of oats, hay, and litter to the studdery at Cole Park '. 224 This anachronistic and inefficient form of indirect taxation was modified still further in May 1594 . The

    Index A-Z

    , Sir Hen ., 167 Cole , John, coroner, 22, 27, 28, 29 n Cole , riv., 2, 250 Cole Park , in Malmesbury , 103 Coleman , Ric, M.P., 159 n Coleraine , baron, see Hare Colerne , 20,

    Parishes Hullavington

    JB 11/1/20 . Local inf.; inf. from Mr. Richards . Inf. from Mr. Rawlins ; Sir Mark Weinberg , Cole Park , Malmesbury . Eton Coll . Mun. 61/RR/A/10; above; below, church. Eton Coll . Mun. 179/5, progress notes, 1843.

    Feudal Wiltshire

    5 marks with 2 marks aid was paid to the sheriff when he held the tourn at Cowfold ( Cole Park ) in Malmesbury . He received 5 marks for the king's use and 21/2 marks sheriff's aid from Bradford

    Parishes Clyffe Pypard Clyffe Pypard , c. 1773

    to Hugh Audley , 1656. This document had in 1968 been returned to the owner, Capt. A.D.C. Francis of Cole Park . W.R.O. Will of Ralph Broome ; Wilts . Tracts, 166. For a descent of the Broome family, see

    Royal forests

    gave the Abbot of Malmesbury 2 bucks and 10 does to stock his park of ' Cowfold ' ( Cole Park ), 306 and in 1236 Fulk fitzWarin received a similar gift for his park of 'Halweston' (Hailstone). 307 Margery,

    Index A - Z

    372; Wm., 372 Coggeswelle , - (fl. 1365), 19 Coker , see Terumber Cole , E. K., Ltd., 204-5 Cole Park , see Malmesbury Colerne , Wm. of, abbot of Malmesbury , 11-12 Colerne , 18, 20, 327, 332; Doncombe

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