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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Basingstoke

    its position which first gave the vill importance and made it, rather than the neighbouring vill of Basing or Old Basing , the head of the hundred. A market was already established there at the time of the Domesday Survey,

    Parishes Basing or Old Basing

    Parishes Basing or Old Basing BASING or OLD BASING Basinges (xi cent.). Basing is a parish lying to the north-east of Basingstoke , and covering about 5,300 acres. It is watered by the River Loddon , which rises west of

    Climping CLIMPING c. 1875

    and timber gatehouse incorporating both a late medieval building from Loxwood in Wisborough Green and a 17th-century house from Old Basing ( Hants ), and a one-storeyed timber-framed and thatched cottage from Bignor which was converted to contain the electricity

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    METEYARD, Moostridge. TRIRD PRI, 6s., AWARDED TO COTTAGERS' CLASS. Loughbarough. CLASS D.-SINtLES. FIRST PRIZE, ls1., AWARDED TO WV. TAPEOUSE. Old Basing, EBaingstoke. SECOND PRIZE, i., AWVARDED TO J. METETAD, - THIRD PERLE, 4s., AWARDED TO l Heastridgc 1 DIR, B. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    inquest en the fae Of body of Mr. Robert Hutton, about twenty-four years of his age, who resided at Old Basing, near Basingstoke and who gre .committed suicide oct the previous afternoon by drowning no himself in a ditch near Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ileading, held an inquest oCl tile bofy ot Mr. Rlobert Ilutton, about twenty-four yLears cf age, ao resirhed at Old Basing, ussr :aeiiigstole arc cli osnuitted suicide on thie previous afternoon by drowning himself in a ditch near Coley-parik1,leadeg. Err Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hart and Jeseph, Webber-row, Blackfrlars-road, metal dealers. 21 Frost and Davis, Clapham-road, Lambeth, carpenters. E1. and B. M. Vines, Old Basing, BIuingstoke, and elsewhere, millers, Mf Hart and Batchellor, Aldermanbury, woollen warehousemen. Ai Crippa and Kamester. Clewer-green, near Windior, butter Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hall; at a quarter before eleven.., South Woli-Monday, South House Bar; Tuesday, Hareby; Thurs- day, Grisby; at eleven. Vine-Monday, Old Basing; Thursday, Pamben Forest,; Saturday, Dean Gate; at half past ten. Vale of White Horse-Tuesday, Trouble House; Thursday, Swindon Town; Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Stephen Davies, 13/7/1832

    Stephen Title clerk Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 13/7/1832 Office/Status Stipendiary Curate Clerical Status Location Old Basing// OTHER INFORMATION Source HRO, 21 M65 E6/1 (Curates Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Sumner, Charles Richard/Winchester 1827- 1869 Comment Stipend

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