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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Roads Turnpike roads

    road crossed Kingswood , a detached parish of Wilts . until 1844. This road passed through a corner of Marston Meysey parish in Wilts ., and also through Poulton , now in Glos. but formerly a detached part of Wilts

    Fifteenths and tenths, 1334

    Lus Hill (in Castle Eaton ) 33 4 Lydiard Millicent , and Shaw (in Lydiard Millicent ) 70 0 Marston Meysey 54 60 0 Marston , South 116 0 Moredon (in Rodbourne Cheney) 20 0 Rodbourne Cheney 20 0 Sevenhampton

    Poll-Tax payers of 1377

    /38/223 Highworth 134 /38/287 Inglesham 32 /38/229 Lus Hill (in Castle Eaton ) 41 /38/222 Lydiard Millicent 72 /38/218 Marston Meysey 51 /38/285 Marston , South 93 /38/226 Moredon (in Rodbourne Cheney) 16 /38/286 Rodbourne Cheney 44 /38/230 Sevenhampton (in

    Feudal Wiltshire

    fees or fractions of fees held of this honour in Pertwood Farms (in East Knoyle ), Over Wroughton , Marston Meysey , and Castle Eaton . The Earl Marshal had 10 knights' fees within the county and Robert Tregoz, eleven.

    Index

    Phil., 9 Marsh , John, 205; M. H. 123; Canon Mat ., 76, 123; Rob. Sutton , 169, 174 Marston Meysey , 27 Martin , Nic., 126, 128 Martineau , Denis, 78 Mary I , Queen, 31, 134 Mary ,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    COWBRIDGE (COUBRIGGE), Geoffrey, of Marston Meysey, Wilts. and Down Ampney, Glos.

    adjacent to Marston Meysey), he received a similar pardon, this time following litigation over a debt of �24 owing to Queen Joan and John Foxholes, who had been her receiver-general when Cowbridge had originally leased Marston Meysey. Cowbridge was to

    PARKER, Richard I, of Malmesbury, Wilts.

    1395, Parker again performed the same function, this time for Thomas George, the lessee of the royal manor of Marston Meysey, near Cricklade.[footnote]In the meantime, in 1392, Parker had bought a shop and a house at Malmesbury. He was still

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Union, West Bromwieb, Staffordshire. Rev. A. B. Pooles, vicar of Bathealton, Somerset. Rev. W. H. Ranken, vicar of Marston Meysey, Wilts. Rev. J. Smith, rsector of Kington Magna, rural dean of Shaftesbury.( Rev. George G. Taylor, B.A., vicar of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    vicar of Somerby, Leicester- shire. Patron, Mr. T. Johnson, of Leiceester. Rev. H. C. Smith, M.A. i vicar of Marston Meysey. Rev. J. Temple, B.A.; vicar of Bothenhampton, Dorset- shire. Patron, Sir Molyneux Hyde Nepeas, Bart, Rev. H. W. Wilson, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rev. G. Maclean, to Southrop V. Rev. S. T. Mosse, to Somerby V., Leicestershire. Rev. H. C. Smith, to Marston Meysey V. Rev. J Temple, to Botbenhampton V.. Dorset. Rev. H. W. Wilson, to Over Worton R., and Nether Worton Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to St. James's V., Dudley. Rev. A. B. Prole, to Batheaston V , Some-He's Rev. W. H. Rankin, to Marston Meysey V., Wilts. Rev. F. W. Robinson, M.A., to St. Peter's V., Leicester. Rev. W. Sandy, M.A., to Barton-on-the-Heath R., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    he ever had the slightest intercourse. - Morning Herald. The Rev. Meyrick Holme, M.A., to the Perpetual Curacy of Marston Meysey, Wilts, vacant by the resig- of the' Rev. John Judge Rclton. Patron, Rev. F. W. Holme. The Rev. J. Subscribers-only content

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