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    Book 6, Chapter 6 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    this frail Life) successively within three Years after him. Mary Hooper , third Daught er of Edward Hooper of Hurn Court in the County of Southampton , Esq; March 30. 1696 . With her lie interrred two Daughters of Catharine John Strype's Survey of London Online

    Parishes Chilworth

    him only a few months, and Chilworth passed to a younger daughter, Anne wife of Edward Hooper , of Hurn Court , 20 and f rom them to their son Sir Edward Hooper , who held the manor in 1676 Victoria County History

    Christchurch ( Christchurch Twyneham) Introduction, castle and manors

    the information concerning Hurn Court was kindly supplied by the Earl of Malmesbury from title deeds in his possession. The crypt in Christchurch Priory Church belongs to the Earls of Malmesbury as lords of Hurn Court . V.C.H. Hants , Victoria County History

    Parishes Milton

    leaving a son John, 31 upon whom the manor devolved. He in 1595 sold it to Robert Odber of Hurn Court , 32 who, however, does not seem to have owned it at his death in 1614 . 33 In Victoria County History

    Parishes Bramdean

    71 until the death of Catharine Venables in 1789 , when it descended to her kinsman, Edward Hooper of Hurn Court , formerly M.P. for Christchurch , who only occasionally visited it, and bequeathed it on his death to the Victoria County History

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