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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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