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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Send with Ripley

    be the origins of Papworth and Dedswell. Alured's property in Send followed the descent of his Herefordshire estate at Ewyas Harold . 8 Robert de Tregoz married Sibyl daughter of Robert de Ewyas, 9 and about 1207 confirmed the endowment

    Parishes Shalbourne

    hands of Hugh Lasne. 114 This manor with other of Hugh's estat es passed to Robert de Ewyas of Ewyas Harold , whose only daughter and heiress Sybil married Robert de Tregoz. 115 Her son Robert succeeded to his mother's

    Parishes Teffont Evias

    , when Harold of Ewyas granted its tithes to St. Peter's abbey, Gloucester , to endow a cell at Ewyas Harold (Herefs.). Harold's son Robert of Ewyas (fl. 1147) confirmed the gift 214 but c . 1160 the priory was

    Parishes Lambourn

    Com.), 227. Pipe R. 4 John, m. 1; 4 Hen. III, m. 14. See Wantage . Bannister, Hist. of Ewyas Harold , 26; Nicholls, Topog. and Gen . ii, 131; Hoare, Hist. of Modern Wilts . iv (1), 110. a

    Feudal Wiltshire

    Wallingford certainly belongs to this period and so does the honour of 'Ewias' the caput of which was at Ewyas Harold (Herefs.). In 1242 fees or fracti ons of fees in Norton Bavant , Upton Scudamore , 'Cannings' and '

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BERE, Kynard de la (d.1402), of Kinnersley, Herefs.

    with his fellow executors long after 1398, acting as a witness in 1400 when Abergavenny acquired the honour of Ewyas Harold. In February that year he was also called upon to help investigate an attack on one of Abergavenny’s Warwickshire

    CLANVOWE, Thomas (d.1410), of Hergest and Yazor, Herefs.

    de la Vache, Sir John Cheyne I* and Sir Thomas Latimer† transferred ownership of Clifford’s castle and lordship of Ewyas Harold to William Beauchamp, Lord Abergavenny. Cheyne and Latimer were also ‘lollard knights’ and the latter was an especially notorious

    MORRIS, Edmund, of Kingsland, Herefs.

    retainers, John Throckmorton*. About this time, too, but on his own behalf, he was suing Griffin ap Harry of Ewyas Harold on a plea of debt in the court of common pleas. In February 1424 he obtained the lucrative office

    WALWYN, Thomas II (d.1415), of Hellions in Much Marcle, Herefs.

    entered. During 1400 he was a trustee when Beauchamp acquired (from Sir Lewis Clifford) the castle and lordship of Ewyas Harold, with its appurtenant manors in Wiltshire and Somerset, in exchange for two manors in Kent; and he was also

    CHEYNE, Sir John I (d.1413/14), of Beckford, Glos.

    one of a group to whom as feoffees to fulfil his will Clifford conveyed the castle and lordship of Ewyas Harold (Herefordshire), and 11 years later he was named as overseer of Clifford’s will.Perhaps what most appealed to Cheyne in

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, E, 01 January 1679-31 August 1680

    note about information against Ewelme Hospital , Governor of. See Hyde, Dr. Ewin , Thomas, note of receipts from Ewyas Harold and Dulays , pretended vicar of Exchequer , the, messengers of, neglect of, in dispersing proclamations 30,000 l . Subscribers-only content

    General Index, D, 01 January 1679-31 August 1680

    pension to, stopped Sir William, Garter King of Arms, order to Duke , Charles, pass for Dulays . See Ewyas Harold. Dumbar . See Dunbar. Dumblane , Bishop of. See Ramsay, James. See also under Edinburgh. Lord. See Osborne, Peregrine, Subscribers-only content

    General Index, P, Q, 01 January 1679-31 August 1680

    company of, to do duty at Tilbury Fort to march to Westminster John, pass for Lewis, pretended vicar of Ewyas Harold and Dulays, cause against, mentioned (Pryce), Owen, commission to Richard, pass for Mr., linen-draper, person apprehended for killing Mrs., Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, February 1679, 01 February 1679-28 February 1679

    desiring a commission of review in a cause between him and Lewis Price, who pretends to be vicar of Ewyas Harold and Dulays but was never instituted or inducted, for certain pretended tithes, pretended to be due to him. [ Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    merchant and brick and tile manufacturer. e- FInBscis J. WVEsvsu, Weston-super-Mare, tea dealer .d and grocer. 't Jooi PAstnz'rs, Ewyas Harold, Heefurdehuce, .s butcher. le TiTus H. PARsEE, Newort, solidtor. ar GCti'FITrr DAVIES, iissilo, Pembrokes* ia butcher and merchant. n Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    vas indicted for committing a rape upon Meary Alll Titloy, a girl 10 years old, at A village named Ewyas Harold, on the 8th January. On that aftetioao the little gii was sent by hor mother, a small farmer, to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    separate estate of H. Harrison; also separate estate of J. Kirk. J . Giusal:s, ChcAterflcd, tobacco manufacturer. J. Iwicirsose, Ewyas Harold, Hlerefordshire, railway cone tractors mlanager. E. DOCIjEI, Brooiny EHill, Bclmont-iu-Clehonger. Hereford- shire, farmer, ELIZABETHa WaVILES, Chapel Ash, Wolverbannpton, milliner Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MNs'RsLe, (at 11.30).-ThIi day, March 23, Bramshall; Satur- dea, 25, Esgemorotc- e;orrarvessIrux (at 111.-This day, March 23, The Cedars, Ewyas Harold (at 12); FrIdaY, 24, Llanellee. EUTL&ND's, Duhss o-(at 121--Friday, March 24, Cold Harbour, i SnsRowianmnn (at 10.46).-Frlday, March 24, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    weeks. some seess. SupveLwie ipllUnTrs oY Tau.nrs.-Yestorday ant old woman was found in a shed in a brickyard at Ewyas Harold, Hlereford, under circumstances leading to the sup- positiou that site had been murdered. The dedeasad had gone to tlts Subscribers-only content

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