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You searched for: Place: "Kingston Deverill", Source type: Secondary sources

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Amesbury hundred

    part of Kingston Deverill . 20 The histories of the parishes are related below; that of Compton was given with Enford 21 and tha t of West Wellow with East Wellow ; 22 those of Kingston Deverill and East Winterslow

    Houses of Cistercian monks Abbey of Netley

    and Shamelhurst; and the manor of Waddon and the farm of Aisheley in Dorsetshire . 1 The manor of Kingston Deverill ( Wilts ) was bestowed on Sir Edward Seymour in the following year. 2 The reversion and rent reserved

    Parishes Hurstbourne Tarrant

    , son and heir of the latter, mortgaged it in 1664 for £2,600 to Edmund Ludlow , senior, of Kingston Deverill (co. Wilts .), but was unable to keep up the payment of the interest. 27 Consequently, Edmund foreclosed, and

    Warminster Church

    only services held in the town at that hour. 7 Millington Massey (later Massey-Jackson ) held the living of Kingston Deverill in plurality, 8 and although he lived in the vicarage at Warminster , seems to have performed few of

    House of Bonhommes Edington

    , all in Wiltshire , in 1361 . 35 In the same year the monastery acquired some rents in Kingston Deverill from John Husee, 36 and the life interest of Benedicta, relict of John de Mandeville, in the manors of

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    KIRTON, James I (d.1620), of Almsford Park, Som.

    Close. He had also acquired from Hertford lands in Sopworth, Wiltshire, and held further lands in that county in Kingston Deverill and copyhold lands called ‘Battes’ in Almesbury. The house in Little St. Bartholomew near Smithfield which he mentions in

    LUDLOW, Edmund (bef.1548-1624), of Hill Deverill; later of Maiden Bradley, Wilts.

    of great wealth and of £2,000 lands per year’. In the following year he purchased the neighbouring manor of Kingston Deverill, and later he became a tenant of assart land belonging to the Crown in the New Forest. He enclosed

    BODENHAM, Henry (1511/12-73), of Ebbesborne Wake, Wilts.

    died on 3 Sept. 1515 his son inherited this manor, held of the King in chief, and lands at Kingston Deverill, held of Netley abbey. In 1523 the boy’s wardship was granted to his stepfather Bartholomew Hussey, and he received

    FORTESCUE, John (d.1479), of Devon.

    and four manors in Hertfordshire; and before the fall of the Lancastrians he also acquired land in Wiltshire at Kingston Deverill, Trowbridge and Chippenham.[footnote]Although Fortescue had started to build up a practice in the central courts at Westminster and was

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