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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Vernhams Dean

    datum-being reached on its northern boundaries. The village lies to the west of the parish along the road from Hurstbourne Tarrant to Great Bedwyn , but the church, vicarage and the two manor farms, recalling the fact that the manor

    The hundred of Pastrow Index Map to the Hundred of Pastrow

    situated partly in the parish of Hurstbourne Tarrant and partly in that of Vernhams Dean. Faccombe , which at this time included Tangley , was in the hundred of Titchfield 7 ; Hurstbourne Tarrant , which comprised Vernhams Dean, was

    Parishes Hurstbourne Tarrant

    Parishes Hurstbourne TarrantHURSTBOURNE TARRANT Esseborne (xi cent.); Hesseburna, Esseburna regis (xii cent.); Husseburn, Huphusseburn, Hussheburn (xiii cent.); Husseburne Tarrent (xiv cent.); Husband Tarrant, Uphusband (xviii cent.). Hurstboume Tarrant, a large parish containing 4,841 acres, is situated about 41/2 miles

    House of Cistercian nuns The abbey of Tarrant Kaines

    the good of his soul and the soul of Eleanor, queen of England , 'our consort,' his manor of Hurstbourne Tarrant in Hants for the service of half a knight's fee. 11 The year following the bishop's death the abbey

    The hundred of Basingstoke Index Map to the Hundred of Basingstoke

    name in Domesday Book, being at that time included in Maplederwell (q.v.). 'Clere' ( Kingsclere ) and 'Esseborne' ( Hurstbourne Tarrant ) are also entered under Basingstoke Hundred (ibid. 456), but this is due, apparently, to an error for they

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -n. force the law, sucii peopile as the rleferdanits wioul n'vi be kept iu their iproper places.-Tohnir Jeningirirs , Hurstbourne Tarrant, Hants, and Jose1rh Pliililis, Mf dt- street, Alcester, hlauwkvers, were surriorlled for . siniil:ui offetoce at the samn tise Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the George Inn; that on Monday last he had a horse and gig, in which the prisoner drove himto Hurstbourne Tarrant, five miles, so that he might look at his horse he had left there. The prisoner pretended to go Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sea View, 161c of Wight. NO BES-FORT1SCUE.-Junf 2 , at Kingaton Church, by the Rev. G. Alder, Vicar of Hurstbourne Tarrant, Hants, J. Nobes, Esq., of Vsieh-street, Somthsca, to Ann, daughter of G. fortcscue, Esq., of the same placc. READE-THORNTON.-Jona Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING. REVILW OF THE TWO-YLR-IOLDS OF 1860. No. L TO TE3 011 OP OF N DADtY nWM. Sm,-However exciting the pas racineaao . may have been Asa whole, it cannot be saidth old cenetabhve contributed their fair share tow Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Andover, and intersected ab In part by the Basiugetoke and Salisbury Railway, in the parishes de of Andover, Tangley, Hurstbourne Tarrant, Klnights Enhanm, and at Verhaim, viz.: ' Lot 1. A capital Family Restience, known an Hatherden House, i dltuate Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Minute Book, March 1669, 01 March 1669-31 March 1669

    him [Long ] the order. Mr. Nathaniel Ludlow's docquet is considered, being for a grant of the manor of Hurstbourne Tarrant, & c., co. Southampton. The bill, signed by His Majesty, is to be sent for and sent to the

    Index, H, 01 January 1669-30 November 1672

    Strange Capt. E.; garrison (including order for pay, & c., of), 2, 32, 195, 954, 1129, 1132, 1145, 1170. Hurstbourne Tarrant (Hants), 45. Hursthill Lodge . See New Forest. Hurt , William, Collector, Dartmouth, 585, 595. Hussey , Christopher (petition),

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    John Powllerd, 21/5/1558

    Surname Powllerd Forename John Title Mr Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason natural death Date 21/5/1558 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Hurstbourne Tarrant// OTHER INFORMATION Source HRO, 21M65 A1/25 (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction White, John/Winchester 1556- 1559 Comment

    Edmund Shawe, 30/5/1546

    DETAIL Surname Shawe Forename Edmund Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason natural death Date 30/5/1546 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Hurstbourne Tarrant// OTHER INFORMATION Source HRO, 21M65 A1/23 (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Gardiner, Stephen/Winchester 1553- 1555 Comment

    John Meryvall, 11/9/1546

    Surname Meryvall Forename John Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason natural death Date 11/9/1546 Office/Status Perpetual Vicar Clerical Status Location Hurstbourne Tarrant// OTHER INFORMATION Source HRO, 21M65 A1/23 (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Gardiner, Stephen/Winchester 1553- 1555 Comment

    Richard Arch, 29/12/1552

    resignation Date 29/12/1552 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Hurstbourne Tarrant// OTHER INFORMATION Source HRO, 21M65 A1/24 (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Ponet, John/Winchester 1551- 1553 Comment The Rector of Hurstbourne Tarrant was also Prebend of Hurstbourne Tarrant in Salisbury Cathedral

    John Jeffrey, 3/7/1596

    CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Jeffrey Forename John Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason resignation Date 3/7/1596 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Hurstbourne Tarrant// OTHER INFORMATION Source HRO, 21M65 A1/28 (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Day, William/Winchester 1596- 1596 Comment

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The Herald of peace and international arbitration., 1846

    was kindly granted by the Mayor, and the petition against calling out the Militia, was unanimously and heartily adopted." Hurstbourne Tarrant , Jim 15. "Walk¬ ed to this village, when about 80 or 100 villa¬ gers formed my audience. I Subscribers-only content

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