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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Horsley Manor and other estates

    passed to Henry's cousin, Henry Willis , who took the surname Stephens. 86 Henry , who was rector of Little Sodbury and vicar of Wapley , entrusted the estate, on his decision to become a Trappist monk, 87 to Robert

    Barnwood GLOUCESTER AREA 1799

    in Stroud , who was succeeded, presumably at his death in 1613 , by his son Edward Stephens of Little Sodbury . The estate, later farmed from the dean and chapter on leases for 21 years renewed every few years,

    The borough of Stratford-upon-Avon Manors

    Combe left three daughters, Mary, Katherine, and Martha, married respectively to Thomas Wagstaffe of Tachbrooke, Sir Thomas Stephens of Little Sodbury , and Edward Clopton . 173 In 1663, four years before his death, he settled his estate, including the

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    Edw. (d. 1587), Edw. (fl. 1624, 1641), Edw. (d. 1706), Edw. (fl. 1724), Hen., (formerly Willis), Hen., rector of Little Sodbury and vicar of Wapley , John (d. 1679), John (d. 1704), John (d. 1778), Nat. (d. c . 1643),

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WALSHE, Nicholas (c.1534-68), of Little Sodbury and Olveston, Glos.

    (c.1534-68), of Little Sodbury and Olveston, Glos. Constituency Dates Gloucestershire 1563 Ofifces Held J.p. Glos. by 1559, sheriff 1561-2. Biography Walshe’s prospects as a younger son in a large family were poor until, in the summer of 1556, while the

    WELCHE, Arthur.

    of the time named Anthony Welsh can be distinguished, an exchequer clerk, a younger son in the family of Little Sodbury, Gloucestershire, and this one’s kinsman a Monmouthshire gentleman. The first had business dealings with the court of augmentations, where

    STEPHENS, Edward (1597-c.1661), of Little Sodbury, Glos.

    (1597-c.1661), of Little Sodbury, Glos. Constituency Dates Tewkesbury 25 Dec. 1643 Gloucestershire 1660 Ofifces Held J.p. Glos. by 1634-?49, sheriff 1634-6, dep. lt. 1642, commr. for assessment 1643-8, Aug. 1660-?d., sequestration 1643, accounts 1643, levying of money 1643, execution of

    HARTLEY, Winchcombe Henry (1740-94), of Bucklebury, Berks. and Little Sodbury, Glos.

    of Bucklebury, Berks. and Little Sodbury, Glos. Constituency Dates Berkshire 21 Feb 1776 111784 Berkshire 1790 12 Aug. 1794 Ofifces Held Lt.-col. N. Glos. militia 1793-4. Biography Hartley, who joined the Whig Club shortly after his defeat at the polls

    HARTLEY, Winchcombe Henry (?1740-94), of Bucklebury, Berks. and Little Sodbury, Glos.

    of Bucklebury, Berks. and Little Sodbury, Glos. Constituency Dates Berkshire 21 Feb 1776 1784 Berkshire 1790 12 Aug. 1794 Biography Hartley owned large estates in Berkshire and Gloucestershire, and was returned for Berkshire in 1776 and 1780 without a contest.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cote, with Owston-cusn-Newbold assnexed. Leicestershire. The 1Rev. Henry St. John Howard, B.C.L., of Downing College, Cambridge, late citrate of Little Sodbury, has been appointed to the incumbency of Pitloebrie and Blair Athsol, Perthshire. The Bishop~ of Lincoln has collated the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in a small village. Early ricers, coontre serrants; ncedlewort; one in family; wares £B16, no beer. 5,drrese The Rector, Little Sodbury, Glou-aeStershire.r W NTED. good COOK-GENERAL; chrie in iamily. Apply W Dr. Musgrare,1278, Belle Vue-road.___________ ETANTED. COOK-GENERAL; small, famnily; oeterencen Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    25. in a small Tilage. Early ris-'rs cotuiatrni-servants; needle7work; one~ in faw'ly; wragee £26. no b'elr. _Address The Rector. Little Sodbury. (touoestershirs. W¶ ANTED, cood COOK-rENIERAL; three in fatmlly 5pl 52_Dr. Musgrav-e, 179, Belle Vue-iood.__________ ANTED. C0OE-(tENEEAL; amalt fam;1v; references Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T. BAYLY, Brookeborpe Vicarage Rev. B. JiRstyl COOPEB, West Chiltington, Sussex Rev. HUSHr FOWLER, Gloucester Rev. J. G. HA5LtciC, Little Sodbury Rectory Rev. H. W. HIPPISLBY, Stow-on-the-Wold Rev. E. HoucmnrTcu, Gloucester Rev. ERSHINE KNOLLYS, Quedgeley Rectory Rev. S. LYsorIs, Hempstead Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T. BAYLY, Brookthorpe Vicarage Pev. R. JERnYN Coorsa, West Chiltington, Sussex Rev. HUGH FowLER, Gloucester Rev. J. G. HAsnucx, Little Sodbury Rectory Rev. B. W. HeISvEsr, Stoew-on-the-Wold Rev, E. HovLDITcH, Gloucester Rev. ExsxsN arENOLLYS. Quedgeley Rectory Rev. S. LysOnS, Heempstead Subscribers-only content

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