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  • * Victoria County History *

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    List of maps

    116 Turnpike Roads 257 Railways and Canals 281 Braydon Forest 445 Chippenham and Melksham Forests 447 Selwood Forest in Wiltshire 449 Savernake Forest 451 Chute Forest in Wiltshire 453 Clarendon and Melchet Forests 454 Clarendon Park 455 Grovely Forest 457

    Houses of Gilbertine canons Priory of St Margaret , Marlborough

    to pasture 16 oxen and 4 cows daily in Savernake Forest . 16 He showed especial interest in the fabric of the priory. He gave 30 rafters out of Savernake Forest to repair its houses in 1223 . 17 In

    Hospitals St Thomas the Martyr, Malmesbury

    in 1231 , when the king granted it letters of protection 1 and authorized a gift of wood from Savernake Forest for building purposes. 2 The following year there was another royal gift of wood for rebuilding the chapel of

    House of Trinitarians Priory or hospital of Easton

    two sisters, of whom one married Henry Esturmey and the other Sir William Drueys. The Esturmeys, hereditary wardens of Savernake Forest , inherited for nearly two centuries the advowson of the hospital; 5 in 1250 Sir Geoffrey Esturmey gave to

    Introduction

    , and there was probably colonization from Great Bedwyn and Collingbourne Kingston . On the north-west the woodland of Savernake forest, and on the south-east that of Chute forest (until 1544 including Hippenscombe ), belonged to the Crown until the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lord Napier of Magdala has arrived at the Buchingham Palace Hotel, Buckingham Gate. The Marquis and Marchioness of Lansdowne arrived in town on Wednesday from Bowood, Wilts. Maria Marchioness of Aylesbury has arrived at Savernake Forest, Marlborough, from Gunton Park. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    has been sustained by Mr. - Godding, of Briiuslade. It seems that eleven heifers and steers vere turned into Savernake Forest, Marlborough, L and seven of them were afterwards found dead, having, it e is supposed, been poisoned through over-feeding Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    number of valuable beasts lost by Mr. Gadding, Brim- a, slade, Marlboroughl, through their over-feeding oil acorns t ill Savernake Forest M r. Maidment; and Mr. Redman, two aoth~er farmers living near there, have experienced similr tmisfortune. Professor Robertson, of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1883. RECEIVING ORDERS. N ThteSoA COLZ, The Warren, Savernake Forest, Wi N JEISnERT Caaxnss MAWnSLAY, Bedford, lately reiding at Hurst1 Berkshire,ateVentnor, Rants, at Weymouth,r and at Cirencestor, gentleman. Jois M Y, C~ommercial Road, Newrporit, Mom., a~nd London and North-Western Wharf, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yearling filly by Frogmwor out of Ethel bas been named The Orphan. The Berkshire Stakes, at Abingdon, 'and the Savernake Forest Stakes and Two and Threeyear-old Stakes at lMaylbo. rough, close to-morrow (raesdayl. The Wolverhampton Handicalpof 20sovs, each, to whioli Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Henry VIII, June 1543, 26-30, 01 June 1543-30 June 1543

    Margaret beside Marlborough, Wilts, with certain of its lands (including a mill called Portemyll) in and about Marlborough and Savernake Forest; lands in Sutton and Thorpe Arnolde, and in Cosbye, Leic., which belonged to the late mon. of Pratis, Leicester;

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