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You searched for: Place: "Great Rissington", Date from: 1700-01-01, Date to: 1799-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Great Rissington

    182, Great Rissington deeds, 1659-1812 ; cf. D 1388, Great Rissington estate terrier, 1775. Abbrev. Plac . (Rec. Com.), 214. Glos. R.O., D 1447, Great Rissington deed. G.D.R. Great Rissington terrier, 1705. Glos. R.O., D 1388, Great Rissington estate terrier,

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

    tithing of that parish, at Farwell Hill for the tithings of Maris and Lammaris in Windrush , and at Great Rissington for that vill. 46 In 1376 there was an additional view at Widford , 47 but by 1413 the

    Stonehouse Churches

    97 and in 1540 was Rector of Great Rissington ; 98 in 1548 Stonehouse vicarage was being farmed by the clothier Richard Fowler . 99 In 1554 Browne was deprived of Great Rissington because he was married, and he resigned

    Parishes Little Rissington

    of Little Rissington in 1536 . 14 Just sho rt of the bridge Leasow Lane 15 branches off towards Great Rissington . One of these roads was presumably the causeway mentioned c . 1180. 16 East of the village the

    Parishes Wick Rissington

    there which were held of him by Henry le Fleming, 57 lord of Great Rissington , but it is possible that there was confusion between Great Rissington and Wick Rissington. In 1231 William de Lucy held one-sixth of two knights'

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 6, Chapter 6 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    Inscriptions. On the North Side. Frances Smith , Wife of Samuel Smith , and Daughter of Simon Chadwel of Great Rissington in Gloucestershire , Decemb. 3. 1643 . Buried in a Vault with four Children. 'Tis Goodness makes immortal, not

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    vs phioce. The latter has not been shown alone. A handsome it pair presented by Mr. John Gamre, of Great Rissington, el l was awarded the second prize. I tl ia The Herefords number 143. forming a, larger contingent vi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    whole class was commended, The l first prize is won by a pair owned by Mir. J. Garne, St Great Rissington; but althiugh they are younger and di probably of better quality, they are not so evenly mnatched ai as Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    being very promising shorthorns. A well - bred white heifer, 19 months old, ex- hibited by Mr. J. Game, Great Rissington, easily carried off first prize; but she only fetched 34 guineas, at which price she was knocked down to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Walker, Student Gloucester Theological College. After the ordination the following were lieensod to euracies :-Rv. A. F. Bartlett to Great Rissington; Rev, R. F. Cory, Chippeub ami; ltev. J. Daslington, Dymock ; Rev. G. H. Dry, St. Gabrielts, Bristol; Rev. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    show. He has a long pedigree, and has won a very largo number of prizes. Mr. John Garme, of Great Rissington, Gloucestershire, another well-known breeder and exhibitor, *ars very successful with his short- horns. ie carried off the second prize Subscribers-only content

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