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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Tewkesbury hundred Upper division The hundred of Tewkesbury (upper division), 1845 Area around Moreton-in-Marsh , 1962

    Tewkesbury manor were four and a half hides at Stanley Pontlarge ; these, however, were not reckoned as owing geld with the other hides of the hundred, 1 and Stanley Pontlarge is not otherwise recorded as part of the hundred.

    Parishes Prescott

    Cockbury farm (103 a.), formerly a detached part of Winchcombe , 2 and in 1935 by the whole of Stanley Pontlarge (684 a.). 3 The history printed here, however, is confined to the area of 500 a. 4 that comprised

    Houses of Cistercian monks The abbey of Hayles

    They petitioned Wakefield , bishop of Worcester , to appropriate the church of Toddington , with the chapel of Stanley Pontlarge , to their uses, putting forward the usual pleas of religious houses in the years after the Black Death

    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Tewkesbury

    Tewkesbury consisted of lands at Stanway , Toddington , Lemington , Great Washbourn , Fiddington , Natton , and Stanley Pontlarge . 4 It has been conjectured that some of these possessions were the gift of Duke Oddo , who

    Index A - Z

    Marg., see Tame; Ralph, Earl of Stafford , 80 Stafford , Earls of, 84 Stanhope , Sir Mic, 117 Stanley Pontlarge , 186, 220, 223 Stanton , Godwin of, 19, 23 Stanton , 223-4 Stanway , 101, 145 n ,

  • * British History Online * *

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    Henry VIII, August 1540, 21-31, 21 August 1540-31 August 1540

    fee, of the manors of Paneswyke and Morton Valence, Glouc.; and all lands in Payneswyke, Morton Valence, Epney, Horsewarley, Stanley Pontlarge, Payneswyke Strode alias Strode Ende, Sponebed, Sheppescombe alias Shepecombe, Edge and Edgeworth, Glouc., which Thos. Crumwell, late earl of

    Henry VIII, March 1543, 26-31, 01 March 1543-31 March 1543

    Sir Ant. Kyngeston. Licence to alienate the manor of Morton Valence with its appurtenances in Morton Valence, Epney, Horsewarley, Stanley Pontlarge, Strowde alias Strowde End, Shepescombe alias Shepecombe, Edge and Edgeworth, Glouc., which Mary Kyngeston, widow of Sir Wm. Kyngeston,

    Index, S

    770 (iii). -, -, -, Margaret wife of. See Richmond. -, -, kt., of Beetham, son of George, 298. Stanley Pontlarge , Stanley and Pountlarge, Glos., 254. Stanmore , Stanmere, Great, Middx., 17, 627. -, Heynes Grove in, 627. Stanmore Subscribers-only content

    Index, S, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    letters to, I. 676, 729. -, -, account by, I. 433. Stanley , Wilts, abbey (supp.), I. p. 549. Stanley Pontlarge , Glouc., I. g. 346 (49). Stanley , Edw., I. g. 802 (73). -, John, I. 436 (f. 22).

    Index, S, 01 January 1540-30 August 1540

    Wilts, g. 942 (110). Stanley Field , Derb., p. 566. Stanley Manor , in Ingatestone, Essex, g. 282 (16). Stanley Pontlarge , Glouc., g. 1027 (3). Stanley Regis . See Kingstanly. Stanley , , 1028. -, (Stanle), Edm., 49: p.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BUTLER, Sir Thomas (1358-98), of Sudeley, Glos.

    Sudeley manors of Fairfield (in Belbroughton), Sherriffs’ Lench and Wyche, in Worcestershire, Dassett and Griff, in Warwickshire, and Toddington, Stanley Pontlarge, Wormington and Sudeley itself in Gloucestershire, their total value being assessed at £108 10s.1d. p.a. On 6 Dec. Butler’s

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (Kemerton), W. Dadfield and W. Dee (Twyning), T. Jackson (Kinsham), C. Stokes (Redmarley), T. Hill (Ledbary), 3. J. Morris (Stanley Pontlarge), J. Creese and R Shield (Bredon), G. Uorrit (Northway), W. Gaskins (Cleeve), G. Cramp (Woolerohill), J. Crump (Grafton), T. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Hyde Joe, Brown'; Pr~escott, H. Bead;- Reel, 'William11 Bairer ; Siowebill, 0. Hyatt ; Southam, no nomi- nation; Stanley Pontlarge, XV. W~alker; Stanten, J. Wisfiome ; stanway; J. Thomipson; Stideley hlanor, IV. BPI. Pardington.; Toddingten, Thomas Savage; Great Waeehbourdie, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    near Harewood; patron, the Earl of - Hareewood. Ig Rev. W. D. Stanton, M.A., vicar of Toddington, with 10 Stanley Pontlarge ; patron, Lord Sudeley. es Rev. Prederick Salter Stooke. late curate of Cradley, vicar xtof Wellington Heath, near Ledhur. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Vicar of Kickthorpe, Wakefield, to Incuiubency of Weeton, near Harewood. Rev. W. D. Stanton, to Vicarage of Toddington, with Stanley Pontlarge. Patron. Lord Sudcley. Rev. Frederick Salter Stooke, late Curate of Cradley, to Vicarage of Wellington Heath, near Ledbury. Rev. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DREADFUL MURDER IN SHROPSHIRE On Friday a Mr. Clerk was out with bis dog shooting over some land between Stircbley and Kemberton, ia Shropshire, and his attention being drawn by the dog to a ditch skirting the field, be Subscribers-only content

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