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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Sparsholt

    Gerold , lord of Kingston Lisle . 80 It has since followed the descent of Kingston Lisle 81 (q.v.), and possibly was never treated as a separate manor. It has certainly been merged in Kingston Lisle 82 for more than

    Chimney Manor

    Baskerville (d. 1777) of London . 59 He left it to Abraham Atkins (d. 1792) of Clapham (Mdx.) and Kingston Lisle in Sparsholt ( Berks .), 60 who in 1786 vested a part (266 a.) in trustees for the support

    Wantage hundred Introduction Index Map to The Hundred Of Wantage

    in 'Sudtone' Hundred 4 (now part of Ock). Since 1831 parts of Denchworth have been placed in Ock Hundred. Kingston Lisle and Fawler in Sparsholt have always been in Shrivenham Hundred. Index Map to The Hundred Of Wantage The grant

    Shrivenham hundred Introduction Index Map To The Hundred Of Shrivenham .

    to Uffington . 25 The portion of the parish of Sparsholt lying in Shrivenham Hundred became the chapelry of Kingston Lisle , which ecclesiastically remained attached to Sparsholt in Wantage Hundred. 26 The private franchises within the hundred were, as

    Parishes Compton Beauchamp

    79 From this time until the close of the 17th century Hardwell followed the descent of the manor of Kingston Lisle (q.v.), passing into the hands of the family of Hyde . Columbars. Argent a chief gules . Foliot. Gules

  • * British History Online *

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    Henry VIII, June 1534, 16-20, 16 June 1534-20 June 1534

    Portuguese, p. 1. Sealed. Add. 19 June. 856. Leonard Smyth to Lord Lisle. R. O. I have been at Kingston Lisle and Paynswike with Mr. Aylmere, where we viewed your woods, both within the park and without, and have sold

    Henry VIII, March 1534, 1-5, 01 March 1534-05 March 1534

    offers 120 l. She may perceive that this ruffling has done no hurt. My lord's counsel heard not about Kingston Lisle this term. Plain answer was given in Michaelmas term that lord Lisle would not part with possession unless he

    Henry VIII, February 1538, 6-10, 01 February 1538-28 February 1538

    if any such thing be it is very secret. I will move Mr. Dudlay about the wood sale of Kingston Lisle, and, when God sends me to Frystock, I will do my best for your profit. At the end of

    Henry VIII, February 1538, 16-20, 01 February 1538-28 February 1538

    bought will be necessary for you, wherein I think he will give a pennyworth. Button calls upon me for Kingston Lisle, and so does Popley for answer of the free chapel. If you get it I would be Mr. James'

    Index of Subjects, M, 01 January 1693-31-Dec-1996

    Cultram. Holmer. Hornsea. Huntercombe. Irthington. Isleham. Kedewen Usceviend. Kedewen Ustweid. Kenilworth. Kerry. Kethinock Forest. Kilcrea. Kilford. Killaton. King's Land. Kingston Lisle. Kirkandrews-upon-Esk. Kirkoswald. Kirton in Lindsey. Knight Elington. Landbeach. Laverton. Lazonby. Lea. Leven. Leverton. Leyton. Liddell. Liskeard Park. Llanerchydol. Longstowe.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HYDE, George (c.1570-1623), of South Denchworth and Kingston Lisle, Berks.

    of South Denchworth and Kingston Lisle, Berks. Constituency Dates Tamworth 1597 Berkshire 1601 Ofifces Held J.p.q. Berks. 1601. Biography The Hydes, an old Berkshire family, had long been settled at South Denchworth and Kingston Lisle near Wantage when George Hyde

    HYDE, William (by 1496-1557), of South Denchworth, Berks.

    following 20 May, Hyde estimated the yearly value of his estates at £198. His acquisitions included the manor of Kingston Lisle, Berkshire, of which Sir John Dudley had sold him the reversion in 1538, a transaction leading to some dispute

    COVENTRE, John I (d.c.1430), of Devizes, Wilts.

    to Robert Long*, and in the following December he acted as a trustee for Nicholas Wotton† of lands in Kingston Lisle and Kingston Blount, Oxfordshire.[footnote]Like his father and other members of the family, Coventre was a prosperous clothier, trading well

    HYDE, John (?1774-1832), of Castle Hyde, co. Cork

    The Hydes of Castle Hyde were a branch of the Berkshire family that owned land at South Denchworth and Kingston Lisle and had supplied Members for the county, Abingdon, St. Germans and Tamworth between 1553 and 1601. Arthur Hyde (d.

    SEYMOUR, Sir John (1473/74-1536), of Wolf Hall, Wilts.

    Wilts. 1512, 1514, 1515, Wilts. and Salisbury 1523, musters, Wilts. 1513, loan 1524; other commissions 1502-d.; steward, manor of Kingston Lisle, Berks. bef. 1513; forester, Grovely, Wilts. Feb. 1526; groom of the bedchamber 1532. Biography Although the Seymours were already

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rth, G. HI. Wale, Esq., to Katherine, daughter of D. Perese, Esq.-Oh the 9th, E. M. Atkins, Esq., of Kingston Lisle, Berks, to Mary, daughter of General Johnson-On the Sth, J. Vallance, Esq. of Essex street, Strand, to Elizabeth, daughter Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    countered a moat intelligent and obese old gentleman, full of information and facetiousness, landlord of the only public-house In Kingston Lisle, and, moreover, baker, and grocer, and blacksmith. His home-brewed ale was ex. cellent; and as I sat in his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CORRESPONDENCE. NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS l7Ccn anllsiers to questions are not (qivein i$ thce course of a dav or tiro, the questioners qVill please to undeinatand that we use cun(able to suppwly the iufornseu io asked for. Alt letters intended Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    --8 7- Japan .. - 810 StOsytbe.. . - 87 ITin Charles - 810! F by Sterling - Cherry Kingston Lisle 4 810 Duchess . .. - Nscsutiv - - 8 10 3.30.-A Swnxswrsrs of S sovs each, with 100 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    while hunt- ing with the Old Berkshire hounds ,vesterday. The, meet was at Windmill House, Wantage, and when near Kingston Lisle Mr. KY;Fn, who it ;is supposed was seized with a fit, fell from his horse an4 broke his neck;. Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Not given Robins , 16/7/1789

    Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Robins Forename Not given Title Mr Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 16/7/1789 Office/Status Curate Location Kingston Lisle// OTHER INFORMATION Source W&SRO, D1/51/8 (Clergy books 1789) (Liber Cleri) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Barrington, Shute/Salisbury 1782- 1791 Comment

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