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  • * British History Online * *

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    family, who was created Baron Hungerford of Heytesbury in 1536. 2. Sir John Hungerford of Down Ampney. 3. Sir Anthony Hungerford, also of Down Ampney, his son. Now neither of the two latter persons could be the knight alluded to;

    Cecil Papers, 1592, 01 January 1592-31 December 1592

    Mr. Stevens at Lyddyngton. To Lyddyard. Mr. St. Johns. Letters to the L. admyrall. Sept. 1. To Down Amny [Down Ampney ] . Hangerford. Sept. 2. To Cicester. Corden rendred to Co. Mor(ice). Sept. 4. To the L. Buckhurst. proclamation.

    Index, D

    town, castle and harbour of, 475. prizes brought into, 286. Dowche. See Dutch. Dowgle , William, letter from, 442. Down Ampney , 466. Down Co. , Ireland, commissioners for, 103. Downhall , William, letter to, 570. Dowring , Mr., 453.

    Index, D

    Dower . See Law and administration . Dowesby. See Dowsby. Dowman , William, 39 5. Down , Kent, 261. Down Ampney , Downeamney, Glos., 452. Down , East, Devon, Bugworth in. See Bykeworth. Down End , Dowenesed [in Puriton ] Subscribers-only content

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    William, Earl of Salisbury, 279 Hungerford , Anthony, factor to Arthur Jackson in Danzig 7 Hungerford , Bridget, of Down Ampney, co. Gloucester, recusant petition to King, 30 Hunmanby , co. Yorks. 174 Hunsdon , Lady. See Carey, Elizabeth Hunsdon

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Talbot lotel. Stonrbridge; public examination, Decem her 20, at 2.30 p mn., at the Ccurt-bouse, Stourbridge. WITLIAM uIlAixTs, Down Ampney, Gloucestershire, carrier and farmer. First meeting, December 22, at noon, at tre Official Receiver's, Swindon; public exami- nation. January Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cleverton. HORSES from Mrs. Bidwell (Warmiiisterm, E. Daw- kiis, Esq., R. A. Watkins, Esq., J, Sadler, Esq., Mr. Herbert (Down Ampney), Mr. Walter Green kC0Lsotns), Mr. -ell (Faringdon). Mr. Mitchell, Mr. Cooper, Mr. Andrews, and many others. Further entries cannot Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T H S. Feb. 12, at Slade End, Wallingford, MargaretteFrances, daughter of the late Rev. E. H. Payne, of Down Ampney, Gloucestershire, in her 76th year. Feb. 13, at Eynsham, Sarah Emma, wife of the late T. A. Dolley, of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the perseverance and enterprise of a private individual.- Mirning Paper. CATASTROPHE.-.Two DEATHs.- The following dreadful occurrence took place at Down Ampney, on Tues. day last. Mr. Pinniger, of that place, had purchased some oxalic acid at Cirencester on the Monday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Eaton-place, Lleat.-Gen. Sir J. Gardiner, K.C.B., Col. of the 6th tegt. o Foot.L PAYNE.-June 5, at the Vicarage, Down Ampney, Gloucestermhire E the Rev. B. H. eayne, M.A., aged 8 8. PIPER.-June 5, at Edward-street, Bath, T. Piper, Rsq. Subscribers-only content

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