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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The hundred of Wherwell Index Map to the Hundred of Wherwell

    1 Between 1831 and 1841 the following changes were made. Abbotts Ann , of which only the tithing of Little Ann had been always reckoned in Wherwell Hundred, was wholly transferred from Andover Hundred (q.v.) thither. Chilbolton , formerly in

    Parishes Abbotts Ann

    The village is situated some distance west of the main road along the right bank of Pillhill Brook . Little Ann lies to the east and St. John 's Cross half a mile south. In Minster Field, on an elevation

    The hundred of Andover Index Map to the Hundred of Andover

    Shipton Bellinger , then in Thorngate, have been added to this hundred. Part of Abbotts Ann -the tithing of Little Ann -was as well in Domesday 2 as now in the hundred of Wherwell , but is described under Andover

    Parishes Bullington

    Edmond Boulter in 1695 . 6 Three years later Boulter and his trustees sold the manor with that of Little Ann to Cornelius Cornwallis of Earlstone (co. Hants ). 7 The tenure of this new purchaser would not seem to

    Parishes Burghclere

    early 18th centuries the Cornwallis family held Earlstone. Thus in 1698 Cornelius Cornwallis of Earlstone bought the manor of Little Ann , 54 and in 1721 Elizabeth Cornwallis owned Earlstone (see infra under 'Charities'). Admiral John Ambrose was holding the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Th W SZdbaru~y,COroemHotel, Pi ngeevinford, near Dudley. o02l0 ele- idION-PL.ATI Wonrkern and Bunkot-makiere Wanted.-Appy .g k. I Morris, 36, Little Ann. Street. ohoiy - 2 i[XT-WATEP, Fitter (peed) Wonted.-Apply, Nock, Andover St., rdq -1_ Ii. Fexeley Street. 09267 - j~TWILLERS Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    L Ssdbury, Cross H;tel, lKinitwinfotd, nearDudley. cIOm The and '40 IRON-PLATE Workers and Backet-makers Wanted.-Apply. H. If~ Morris, 36, Little Ann. Street. dO9- - 12 TfEWIOLLIIOS.-:Book-llespepr end Corresponding Clrk cr ties 0 Jeweller trade; one twho has been with a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1 l2 to ist ii Brosring. ; to l lee lie miors, N rect, c blusthave good churacter.-Apply, Woodnean, Little Ann - l Street. Deritend. c4794 a RE iS 'NAGEIR Wanted, for Hotel Luncsicoi Stores, centre of Mir- ISS } Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ballenoostl Hill. ch5hO frAN Wuuodtu, coge tO toll, to asscist in Broiut.;tl lol, uono M )jst ausiloo chooractu-.-Apply, Woodtnnn, Little Ann i ANCRtWantnit, feor Ifote l~ieunchoo Stores, cerotre oif Itir- L anouoglhas. Mnat be well 010 in every respect -Addrcess, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - John H. Gathiercole (49), m Hockley heathl, described as a manufacturer, and 'r George Shuttleivorth (21), a grinder, Little Ann Id Street, sere charged, thle formner with being In drunik, disorderly, alid fighting, sird the latter with s- being Subscribers-only content

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