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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Augustinian canons The priory of Lanthony by Gloucester

    of Henry II Margery de Bohun, the daughter of Milo , earl of Hereford , gave the manor of South Cerney , 20 his son Henry gave the churches of Haresfield and Caldicote, in 1161 . 21 In 1198, Richard

    Quedgeley Manors and other estates

    Llanthony Priory , and although Margaret de Bohun later regained possession of her part in exchange for land in South Cerney , she restored it to Llanthony Priory before her death. 60 The priory retained the manor until the Dissolution.

    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of St Peter at Gloucester

    abbot and convent sought to obtain from Cobham , bishop of Worcester , the appropriation of the church of South Cerney , urging that they were oppressed by grievous burdens, and that ruin threatened the fabric of their church. 122

    Parishes Little Rissington

    208 and the parish was served by curates. Richard Wilbraham Ford , rector 1811-62 , was also Vicar of South Cerney , but he lived in Little Rissington and it was he that enlarged the glebe house. His successor, Robert

    Calne The town to c. 1800 Calne the Town in 1828

    Trowbridge , suggested that a castle stood at Calne : 63 the castle attacked by Stephen was probably at South Cerney (Glos.). 64 In 1086 Calne may already have been, as it was later, a market town on the main

  • * British History Online * *

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    Cases before the Committee, November 1653, 01 November 1653-30 November 1653

    677 156 431 455 31 March 1654. Two of the tenants of lands in South Cerney, and the trustees for the poor of South Cerney, petiti on that they or those under whom they claim enjoyed since 3 Edw. IV. Subscribers-only content

    Hampstead

    (1767); Godfrey Schreve, Esq. (1767); Robert Pringle, Esq. barrister at law (1768); Elizabeth, wife of Thomas Jones, Gent. of South Cerney in the county of Gloucester , daughter of Richard Coomes (1768); Mr. John Gretton (1768); Thomas Baddison, Esq. (1770);

    General Index, S, 01 June 1657-30 April 1658

    South , Fras Southall , Thos. Southampton or Hampton garrison at merchants of ships of stores, & c., at South Cerney , co. Gloucester Southern , Jas. Southern Expedition South Minster , co. Essex Southwark assizes inhabitants o f papers Subscribers-only content

    Cases brought before the committee, November 1650, 01 November 1650-30 November 1650

    and appraise Felles' estate, and the rents to be detained in the tenants' hands. 10 66 Thos. Remington, Sen., South Cerney, Co. Gloucester. 14 Nov. 1650. Vol. A No. or p. BOND 145 49 Information that he was in arms Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, September 1540, 26-30, 26 September 1540-30 September 1540

    of St. Peter, Gloucester, concerning the rectory of South Cerney. Mich. 32 Hen. VIII. P. 1 Large paper. Endd.: A note out of the records to prove the land in South Cerney part of St. Peter's, Ampney. 29 Sept. 90

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    unwed muslin woretonuseman, hll Buolnghail street. .-W. W,.tkin. Brampton mill, Church'toke, Shr-prhlle t' [Jamne. and Knight, Birmingbarso-W. Weeks, Jan., South Cerney, Gltuttlet 511ir,, builder. [Bevan., Bristol.-J. 1Hune11 and WV. T. Springford, llruorai,7i manuluettorer. [BrilItan and Son, Albion chambers, Bristal.-Ft. Flits Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on the Severn scheme, he did not believe It would crec be brought forward again; and also because the South Cerney Company were endeavouriug to bring the water of the Boxwelt Springs to the town, and would better state their Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his astonishment, and one of the andiedie salid, "Lookin the cabinetfIor the sprIngs" "6Yes .irir 'a wag, ' the South Cerney." This *ea followed lwth toars Of ldaughter. The remainder of the entertainme.nt was Relin on with, and al passed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    £40,000. Wtow is The Lord Ohancellor has presented the Rev, le Wren Liddell, BLA., og Christ Church, Oxford, Vi1 South Cerney, to tbe Rectory of Cowley, near hilt )f ham, vacant by the death of 'the Rev. V. Smith, i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    end JOUN DALE, Collingdon Road, Cardiff, shipwright8. WIe.LLIA3 HUMIPHRlEYS, Plas IMawelyn, Llanchair, Denbigh- ebire, farmer. M30llAEL SAUeNDERs, late of South Cerney, Gloucestershlre, now of Somerford Keynes, Wilts, farmerand shoemaker. MARY ANNan FoneTFRa, lialtwlhitle, Northumberland, seed merchant, florist, arnd milk dealer. Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    John Dumbell, 0/0/1561

    CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Dumbell Forename John Title Priest Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 0/0/1561 Office/Status Vicar Location South Cerney// OTHER INFORMATION Source CCC, MS 97 (Clerical Survey) Ordinary / Jurisdiction (Sede Vacante)/Gloucester 0- 0 Comment R: y M:nLP:Preaches: n PL: n

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