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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Farleigh Wallop

    Parishes Farleigh WallopFARLEIGH WALLOP Ferleye (Domesday); Farley , Farlega (xiii cent.); Farlegh (xiv cent.); Farlegh Mortymer, Farle Mortymere, Farley Mortimer (xiv cent.; xv cent.; xvi cent.); Farley Wallop (xvii cent.). The small parish of Farleigh Wallop contains 1,725 acres

    Parishes Cliddesden

    his History of Hampshire complained that Cliddesden was very bare from want of timber, forming a striking contrast to Farleigh Wallop , 2 and at the present day only 381/2 acres of woods and plantations are comprised in Cliddesden .

    The hundred of Bermondspit Introduction INDEX MAP to the HUNDRED of BERMONDSPIT

    OF DUMMER WITH KEMPSHOT HERRIARD SOUTH WARNBOROUGH ELLISFIELD NUTLEY UPTON GREY FARLEIGH WALLOP PRESTON CANDOVER WESTON CORBETT At the time of the Domesday Survey the hundred of Bermondspit consisted of the parishes of Candover, Herriard , Ellisfield , Nutley ,

    Parishes Over Wallop

    by the Wallop family, Robert Wallop of Farleigh Wallop (co. Hants ) being seised of it on his attainder in 1661 . 48 From this date it followed the descent of Farleigh Wallop in Bermondspit Hundred (q.v.), 49 the present

    Parishes Ellisfield

    for Robert Wallop , regicide, forfeited, with the manor of Farleigh Wallop , a farm called 'Dyer's Farm,' with lands in Ellisfield and Nutley , 35 which with Farleigh Wallop evidently descended to his son, as for upwards of two

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, F

    from, 345. Fane , Sir Thomas, lieutenant of Dover Castle, 423. letters from, 10, 30(2). Fant , Mr., 229. Farleigh Wallop (Farley) , [Hants. ] , letter dated at, 276. Farmer , John, a recusant of Leicester, arrested at Nottingham,

    Index, F

    Sir H., 446. Farden , de, , Governor of the fort of Isendike, 78, 81. Farfaxe , see Fairfax. Farleigh Wallop [Hants. ] , letter dated at, 355. Farley , William, bailiff, 457. Farmer , Rev. Father, 33. Farnworth ,

    Cecil Papers, November 1604, 1-15, 01 November 1604-15 November 1604

    more for you. And so I take my leave, hoping within two days to attend you myself. At the Farleigh Wallop, 13 Nov. 1604. Holograph. Seal . 1 p . ( 102. 18). Dr. Robert Soame to Lord Cecil (

    House of Commons Journal Volume 85, 16 March 1830, 16 March 1830-16 March 1830

    county of Lincoln ;-of Inhabitants of Saint Faith ;- of Fawley and Exbury ;-of Dummer ;-of Cliddesden ;- of Farleigh Wallop ;-of Quarley ;-of Grately ;-of Milbrook , in the county of Southampton ;-of Lord Viscount Deerhurst , Foreman of

    Index, U Z

    Walloon troops , 46. Wallop , Sir Henry, as Sheriff of Shropshire, letters from, 65, 204. his house at Farleigh Wallop, letter dated at, 276. Wallsingame. See Walsingham. Walmesley (Walmsley), Sir Thomas, justice of the Common Pleas, 36, 115. letter

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    parishes of Ea3t j Chevington, West Chevington, Bullocks Hall, Hadstone), Northumberland ; Cliddesden (comprising the parishes of i Chddesden, Farleigh Wallop, EUisfield), Hants ; Had- j denham (comprising the parishes of Haddenham, Aston Saudford), Bucks. Orders have also been issued Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    crossed on the level, representatives of the Earl of Ports- mouth and Lord Bolton, aud Mr. John Morris, of Farleigh Wallop, co-nlitionally supported the application.- The Chairman announced that the Commissioners had decided j to grant the order, the terms Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    take T T single-handed place in livery : country- ; age 26 : height sft. llin.; good character.- Dance, Farleigh Wallop, Basingstoke. AS FIRST FOOTMAN or Single-handed ; height6ft-; age 23 : good appearance and character ; can valet well- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1 7 0 Methodist) 110 0 H.-rriard 6 115 Braiut.y 11 10 2 11(1 Stockl .ridge 4 80 Farleigh Wallop 3 00 Holy Rood, Crofton 3 94 Ashmansworth 212 0 St. Faith's Mission Hurbridge 12 12 5 Church, Lec-on-the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I North Waltbam .... 458 4J miles bj 3 miles. 6314 Popham 104 ; Woodmancut. ....... 92 Uummer..... 383 Farleigh Wallop .... 108 Nutley 138 Preston Caadover... . 442 Bradley 103 lllsfield 245 Cliddesden 329 7 miles by 5 miles. Subscribers-only content

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