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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Brockenhurst

    1868 , and consisting of parts of Rhinefield and Wilverley Walks in the New Forest , which were extra-parochial before the passing of the New Forest Poor Law Act of 1866. Field-names which occur in the 16th century are: Westsetley

    Parishes Arkengarthdale Bathurst. Sable two bars ermine with three crosses formy or in the chief .

    of New Forest is mentioned in the year following. 6 The farm of the owner of Richmond 's lead mines in the Forest of Arkengarthdale was £20 in 1527 -9. 7 When Middleham , Arkengarthdale , New Forest and other

    Parishes Linwood

    Linwood containing 780 acres belongs only to the New Forest Hundred by its insertion in that hundred in 1831 . However, its return was then given under Wood Green in Godshill tithing ( Fordingbridge parish), and it has since been

    New Forest hundred Index Map to the Hundred of New Forest .

    New Forest hundred THE HUNDRED OF THE NEW FOREST containing the parishes of; Boldre ; Bramshaw ; Brockenhurst ; Linwood ; Lyndhurst ; Minstead 1 At the time of the Domesday Survey the Hampshire portion of Bramshaw , Brockenhurst and

    Parishes Lyndhurst

    , 278-80. Ibid. 280-1. Cal. S. P. Dom . 1689-90 , p. 20. Ex inform, the Hon. Gerald Lascelles , steward of 'the manor of Lyndhurst and the hundred of Redbridge ' and deput ysurveyor of the New Forest

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HINXMAN, Joseph (?1701-40), of the New Forest, Hants.

    HINXMAN, Joseph (?1701-40), of the New Forest, Hants. Constituency Dates Christchurch 1727 21 Mar. 1740 Ofifces Held Woodward and keeper of New Forest. Biography Hinxman owned the manor of North Hinton, near Christchurch, for which he stood unsuccessfully in 1724.

    BURRARD, Harry (c.1707-91), of Walhampton, nr. Lymington, Hants.

    1763, 1770, 1776, 1779, 1781, 1791; riding forester of the New Forest 1754-d.; dep. lt. Hants 1754; gov. Calshot castle 1761-87; bow-bearer to the King in the New Forest. Biography Surrendering to a brother a post in the customs[footnote] which

    SMYTH, Sir Robert, 3rd Bt. (c.1659-1745), of Upton, West Ham, Essex

    Constituency Dates Andover 1695 1698 Ofifces Held Commr. felling trees in New Forest, Hants 1694–?1712. Biography The fortunes of Smyth’s family had been made by his great-grandfather, a successful London merchant. His grandfather bought Upton and several other estates in

    BURRARD, John (1646-98), of Walhampton, nr. Lymington, Hants.

    Ofifces Held Freeman, Lymington 1667, mayor 1672-3, 1692-5; commr. for assessment, Hants 1677-80, 1689-90, wastes and spoils, New Forest 1679; ranger, New Forest 1689-d.; gov. Hurst Castle ?1689-d.; lt.-col. of militia ft. Hants by 1697-d. Biography Burrard’s family had been

    HOBY, Thomas (1642-c.1707), of Breamore, Hants.

    Marlow Mar. 1681 Salisbury 1689 1698 Ofifces Held Verderer, New Forest c.1689–aft. 1694, commr. of inquiry into encroachments 1691; freeman, Winchester by 1695. Biography The Hampshire estate which came to Hoby on his marriage, lying as it did only some

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mae Mr. Heath mewn rhaa I o'i lyfr yn tynu darluu nodedig o swynol, o brydferthion e "Scenery y New Forest," 20 ye myned aWr darllenydd am grnwydriadau dyddorol i Brockenhurst, Lymington, 4 Burley, Bramble Hill, a Stoney Cross, a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of tile Lords of h~s 'vfiesty s Privy Coincil, an Elder Brother of Iiat Irinitiy h:iouse, Vercherer of the New Forest, lants,,and IMember of l'arliamettt for Chlristicihorh! I !-Al all early petiod of iIl- -ife his aritlinetical talemts recomieneided him Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for the wintgr graiii. the oaks and beechies ttelt theifuiuts, which in the forests thatt still remain, particularly the New Forest in Iampsliire, fornish a luxurious repast for the swiue, wit9 feast of an evening ini as pompoos a maliner Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    her injured husband. A shockiiig murder wns perpetrated on Tuesday night last, at a plaice called Xewton-bottom, in the New Forest, on Margaret Howard, the daughter of a little farmer, by a fellbw of the name of Isaac Briz- zard, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at his koese Above-bar, So- '- ampton, at an advanced age, Col. Heywond4 Deptty Warden,'Rangeri and Woodward, o[ -he New Forest, anld Al-emnber of the Corporation of Sfuthatputon. Ile 'as an old aequaiutanceof his Majesty and the Ros al Fa- Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 4, Chapter 2 Suburbs without the Walls. The Buildings. Inmates.

    so may the King deface any Buildings, that may be for his Safety. As it was done, when the New Forest was first made. The Commissions for suppressing of Hedges, Ditches and other such Inclosures, to the Hindrance of Artillery,

    Book 6, Chapter 3 The PALACE.

    Ranger of Windsor Forest . Keepers of Windsor Park , great and little; Greenwich Park ., Hampton-Court Park , New Forest , and Sherwood Forest . Surveyor General of his Majesty's Houses, Castles, Lordships, & c. Surveyor of his Works.

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Wednesday 16th May 1838

    the Christening of Col: and Lady Catherine Buckley 's little boy, who is to be christened down in the New Forest , where they lived. I said the child was to be called Victor, which I thought an ugly name;

    Tuesday 18th December 1838

    there was a long letter from Mr. Sturges Bourne to him about the state of the deer in the New Forest , which he must send to me by and by. &c. Lord M. said: “I dare say it'll do

    Tuesday 18th December 1838

    . There was a long letter from Mr Sturges Bourne , about the state of the dear in the New Forest , which he says he must read to me by & by. Took leave of Ld M., which always

    Monday 17th December 1838

    received no education whatever; she was a Miss Ogle ; “Those girls ran wild in the New Forest , riding those New Forest ponies” that all she knew was her own doing; there was a Mr. Gilpin , a Clergyman,

  • * Science in the Nineteenth-Century Periodical *

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    An Old Badger, 'Farewell to the New Forest', Punch 58 (1870) p.171

    Punch 58 (1870) 171 Farewell to the New Forest An Old Badger An Old Badger U Poetry Environmental ism, Industry, Pollution, Human Development, Progress Responding to proposals to enclose the New Forest, Hampshire , the poet expresses the hope that

    Anon, 'The Use of the New Forest', Punch 59 (1870) p.85

    The Use of the New Forest Anon U News-Commentary Environmentalism, Meteorology, Ecology, Botany, Cultural Geography, Government, Politics Begins by warning that England lost 'fifty millions by a failure of the hay crop in consequence of the drought', which is a

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.G.1489

    sentence Outcome: Date: 1/9/1570 - 6/7/1571 People & Places Participant: Alan Bellingham [Bellingham] Role: plaintiff Details: male; armiger Location: New Forest (New Forrest) : undefined Cannot identify Participant: Henry Prockter [Proctor] Role: prosecution proctor Details: male Employment: Notary Public Participant:

 

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