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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Penton Mewsey

    under the Earls of Gloucester was no less than eight fees, and that they similarly gave their name to Meysey Hampton (co. Glouc.), the head of their holding, which passed like Penton Mewsey to the St. Maurs. In 1293 Nicholas

    Townships Westhoughton

    incumbent of Hornby . Author of Faith and Practice , & c.; afterwards vicar of Bednall . Rector of Meysey Hampton , 1869. Afterwards rector of Brindle . Previously vicar of St. Matthew 's, Bolton . Lond. Gaz . 31


    this time the bulk of the pack belonged to the country. 141 In 1934 new kennels were built at Meysey Hampton (Glos.) on land given by Captain S. Dennis of Down Ampney House . 142 For the season 1938-9 a

    Index A - Z

    378; Paul Ayshford , lord Methuen (living 1958), 390 Meux , Sir Hen ., 105 Meynell , Hugo, 372 Meysey Hampton , see Hampton Micheldevere , Rob. de, 441 Michelmersh ( Hants ), Kimbridge , 279 Middleditch , Mr., of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Rev. Canon Calvert Reetcr of Meyser Hampton, near Fairford, Gioucestershira, formerly Vicar of Hudderifield, which took place at Meysey Hampton Rectory yesterday. The deceased gentleman was born at Ayerham, Nottingham- shire, and was educated at Newark Grammnar School, where Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Simmonds Attlee,-M.A., Vicar of the parish and brother of the bride, the Rev. W. B. Calvert, M.A., Rector of Meysey Hampton, near Fairford, and Hon. Cavon of .Ripon, to Emnily, youngest daughter of the late Richard Attlee, of Holly House, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fifth Earl of Abiugdon, aged 8f. Nov. 9, at 8, Bridge-street, Danbury, William Cave, aged B0. Nov. 10, at Meysey Hampton, Fairford, Charles Hobbs, aged 70; deeply regretted.- Nov. 10, at 20, Park-street, Thame, Louisa, second daughter of Robert Fowler. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    42, itre James-street, Cowley-read, Oxford. lt Nov.-28, at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, by the R1ev, A. latd Hilton, Vicar of Meysey Hampton ,Gos, assisted by th Pro Rev. Motague VlliersVicar o St. Pul's, Knights. P bridge, JohnAbdy Cambe, oungest sonof JO. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at No. 1, Russell-place, Summe:. , hcwifeof Thomas WVilliams, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. AKERMAN-HOWSE.-April 12, at the Parish ft M.eysey Hampton, by the Rev. r. A. Ford, Willisa li{ Akerman, of Swindon, youngest son of tie late W: Akerman, of Subscribers-only content

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