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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Great and Little Barrington

    part of Great Barrington south of the river was apparently intermingled with Little Barrington . The area of Great Barrington parish was 2,990 a., excluding a field of 7 a. that formed a detached part of Great Barrington within Little

    Faringdon hundred Introduction Index Map To The Hundred Of Faringdon

    the hands of the Abbot and convent of Beaulieu . In 1831 this hundred also contained the parishes of Great Barrington (partly in Gloucs.), Inglesham (partly in Wilts .) and Langford , Little Faringdon and Shilton (partly in Oxon .).

    Parishes Great Rissington

    of Great Barrington , who died in 1620 having made a settlement of the manors of Cokeseys and Niles 'commonly called the manor of Great Rissington '. 89 From then the manor descended with that of Great Barrington , 90

    Parishes Windrush

    belonged to the mother church of Great Barrington . About the end of the 12th century, following a dispute over the chapel of Windrush , the prior granted the tithes belonging to Great Barrington church to the vicar for an

    Slaughter hundred Slaughter hundred in 1845 Slaughter hundr ed (southern part) in 1962 Slaughter hundred (northern part) in 1962

    loss of part of Great Barrington soon after 1086, 21 of Caldicote at some date after 1220, 22 and of Aylworth between 1381 23 and the late 16th century. 24 The part of Great Barrington became a detached part of

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BRAY, William (1682-1720), of Great Barrington, Glos.

    William (1682-1720), of Great Barrington, Glos. Constituency Dates Monmouth 1715 15 Apr. 1720 Ofifces Held Cornet R. Horse Gds. 1700, capt. 1706; lt.-col. 7 Drags. 1711, renewed 1715. Biography Bray, whose family had acquired Great Barrington by marriage in the

    BRAY, Edmund (1678-1725), of Great Barrington, Glos.

    (1678-1725), of Great Barrington, Glos. Constituency Dates Tewkesbury Feb 1701 1708 Gloucestershire 22 June 1720 1722 Ofifces Held Freeman, Gloucester 1713. Biography The fortunes of the Bray family had been founded in the late 15th century by Sir Reginald Bray,

    BRAY, Edmund (1686-1725), of Great Barrington, Glos.

    (1686-1725), of Great Barrington, Glos. Constituency Dates Tewkesbury 1701 1708 Gloucestershire 22 June 1720 1722 Biography After sitting for Tewkesbury as a Whig, and contesting Cirencester unsuccessfully in 1713, Bray was returned unopposed for the county in 1720 following the

    WHARTON, Hon. Thomas (1648-1715), of Upper Winchendon, Bucks. and Danvers House, Chelsea, Mdx.

    conformed. In a state of intoxication he and his brother Henry forced the doors of the parish church of Great Barrington in the middle of the night, rang the bells, tore up the Bible, and ‘pissed against a communion table’.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SCOTCH SEQUESTRATION. H. P. Macdonald, Monkstadt, Isle of Skye,farmer, Friday, September 14. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. J. Numphris and J. Hicks, Great Barrington, Gloucester, letters of thrashing machines to hire-J. Aldred and IV. Brookes, Mtnelsoster. wine merchaats-J. and W. Pearce, Crewkerne, Somersetshire, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Forest, Yorkshire (value 4001.; population, 1,140), which Mr Rice held till 1810. In 1810, two familv livings fell in, Great Barrington, Gloucester hire (value 220l, popalation, 545), and Great Risington, in the same county (value 6501., population boo), to both Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mlaster of the Abbey, Cirencester, Esq.; John Edward Doringeton, of Lyaiatt Park, Stroud, Elq, ; Edward lIhys Wingllield, of Great Barrington, Burford, Esq. HEeLeForninitiE. -13Betojanin Laurance Sanders, of Street Court, Loomninster, Elsq., LL.Th; Alfred Salvey, of Overton. near Ludlow, Slsropel;ir, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pilrion, Gloucestersolire, timberoand eoelsmcrchanl. HirsnriTTA RIDLRn, Purton, Glocensteesleire, spinster, of no eceupatlnn. F. ALLEN, Wefsgate Street, Gloucestsr,.butcher. J. HeIEsore, Great Barrington, Gloscestershire, farmer. J. HAsiy, MossleY Green; West Dean, Gloucestershire, beer- lonrsO-leeper. Asic Beraoc,~ Coleford, Gloucestershire, Inkeeper and shop- keeper. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .lsiltstoit, Ion leakl r.. C. liesesosrt Party Street, solverlttmnptoe, engisse tender, for- u nierly csaorsernia.I r. V J. ATicsfeco, Great Barrington. Cloecesaerssire, farmer. r F. D.vs-v}, Grove Aveesne, liristoI, and of Portisiteod, hotel- keeper and general dealer. N. PAIrn2it, late Subscribers-only content

  • * London Lives 1690 - 1800 - Crime, Poverty and Social Policy in the Metropolis *

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    Middlesex Sessions: Sessions Papers - Justices' Working Documents, 01/1784

    Crosby Esqr Payne Saml CorkIreland Do Colnbrook Do Powell Susanna Hendon Middx Do Hendon Do Powlson John & Wife Great Barrington Gloster Do Colnbrook Robt Peckham Esqr Pickering Jno & Wife Wym fleet Lincoln Do Cheshunt Ht Bonham Esqr Quin

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