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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Compton Verney

    Parishes Compton VerneyCOMPTON VERNEY Acreage: 1,668. Population: 1911, 42; 1921, 85; 1931, 56. The north-western boundary of the parish is formed by the Roman Fosse Way, which is crossed near the southern edge of the parish by the road

    Parishes Kineton with Combrook

    . 109 In 1853 the hamlet, with part of Compton Verney parish, was constituted a separate parish, at first as a curacy under Kineton , but subsequently consolidated with Compton Verney . 110 The patronage was acquired from the executors

    Parishes Alcester ALCESTER Sketch Plan of town showing positions of ancient buildings 1938

    Chest ). The houses are shown on an estate map of 1752, formerly at Ragley (photostat, B.R.L. 379051). S.-on-A., Compton Verney MSS. 6992. A 'Piece of ground in Alcester in ye Shoprowe there on the Southe side of the Churchyard'

    The hundred of Kington

    . 1 It contained the parishes of Atherstone -on-Stour, Barford , Chadshunt , Charlecote , Chesterton , Comberton , Compton Verney , Ettington , Gaydon , Halford , Lighthorne , Butlers Marston , Moreton Morrell , Newbold Pacey , the

    Parishes Compton Wyniates

    in the hall. V.C.H. Warw . i, 311, n. 4. Ibid. 324. Mr. W. F. Carter identified this as Compton Verney . Ibid. 329. Mr. Round doubted this, apparently on the erroneous ground that ' Compton Wyniates does not afterward

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    VERNEY, Hon. John (1699-1741), of Compton Verney, Warws.

    (1699-1741), of Compton Verney, Warws. Constituency Dates Downton 1722 231734 Downton 5 Aug. 1741 Ofifces Held 2nd justice of Brec. circuit 1726-32; K.C. 1727; attorney-gen. to Queen Caroline 1729-37; c.j. Chester 1733-8; master of the rolls 1738-d.; P.C. 12 Oct.

    VERNEY, Richard (1622-1711), of Allexton, Leics.; Belton, Rutland and Compton Verney, Warws.

    Leics.; Belton, Rutland and Compton Verney, Warws. Constituency Dates Warwickshire 1685 Warwickshire 1689 Ofifces Held J.p. Warws. July 1660-d., Leics. 1662-Feb. 1688, Rutland 1680-bef. 1700; commr. for assessment, Warws. 1661-3, 1689-90, Leics. 1663-9, Rutland 1677-80; freeman, Portsmouth 1677; maj. of

    VERNEY, John (c.1652-1707), of Allexton, Leics.

    worthy and virtuous young gentleman’, Verney qualified as a barrister; but in 1683 he became heir apparent to the Compton Verney estate. His father made over Allexton to him, and he married an heiress. Lord Ailesbury (Robert Bruce) recommended him

    VERNEY, John (c.1652-1707), of Allexton, Leics.

    Having qualified as a barrister in 1677, Verney became heir in 1683 to the extensive Verney estates centring on Compton Verney in Warwickshire. Upon his marriage in 1683 to a Northamptonshire heiress, his father transferred to him a large estate

    FORSTER, Anthony (c.1510-72), of Cumnor Place, Berks. and Cripplegate, London.

    a staircase in Cumnor Place, the tragedy being ascribed to foul play by Forster and Sir Richard Verney of Compton Verney, Warwickshire. But Leycester’s Commonwealth was not circulated till 1584, and in 1560 the inquest jury ruled out foul play.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and void on the ground of bribery and corruption. gDbituarP. LorD WILLOUGHBY iE BROKE died suddenly at his seat, Compton Verney, in Warwickshire, on the 16th inst. in his eightieth year. Though he had been some time in an infirm Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WAiwcosor;nms (at 10.45).-This day, December 8, Gisurel is Tysoe Monilby, 11, Goldlcote; Tuesday, 12, Weston Honlie; d Thtirs8ay, 14, Compton Verney; Friday, 1b, Bourton Dlrt-house. 1 WA.swicoenuso, NoeTrH (at 11)-This day,. Decembbr 8b l flenlcy-in-Arden; Tuesday, 12, The Ktennels; Thursday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Li, Creesage Village; Friday, 15, Albrighton Hall. WAscwsosssIzES (at 10.45).-Monday, December 11, Goldicote; Tuesday, 12, Weston House; Thursday, 14, Compton Verney; of 1riday, 16,13curtoa Dirt-house, to WauARWICKSsIE, NORTH (at 11).-TtiesdaT, December 12, The rd Ilennels; Thursday, 14 Bourton Village; Friday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ii Arthur Middleton, clerk in holy orders. Charlecote ( 11 John Walter Lee, farmer. Combroke: William Mann, s- farmer. Compton Verney: No nomination. Claverdon: : it Albert Stiles, farmer. Clifford Chamibers : William it Thomas Jordan, farmer. Dorsington : Rev. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Children oth in Xorway," to the library of the society. Mr. J. E. yem Baelgll exhibited TFiola peniizla, from Compton Verney, use and 'estueae ruea, var. fsrllax, from Earl's Wood, both loft oew to the couutv JcBr-yis uclgiseosum, Ansty, Tortula Subscribers-only content

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