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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Westbury Manors

    form part of the Edington lands until the Dissolution. In 1543 Bratton was granted to Sir Thomas Seymour of Sudeley Castle (Glos.), brother of the Protector, who had already acquired the bulk of the Edington property. 41 After Seymour's execution

    Parishes Bishop's Cleeve Beckford and Bishop's Cleeve area, 1964

    been its builder and died in 1547 . Either Huddleston or his father, also John (d. 1513), steward of Sudeley Castle , bought Goodman's estate, which descended to the second John's daughter, Eleanor, later wife of Kynard de la Bere.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the charity. The 1167. 16s. 6d. yesterday included a donation of 250., sent by J. C. Dent, Esq., of Sudeley Castle, who is on the Con- tinent. But the increased price of tickets this year, although probably it made a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    qarter to SU" This day .....lFb. 7 ....... Dutton Hal. THE aOTSWOLD HOUNDS,-Mehal-past Pets This day. ,,,,, Feb, 7.......... Sudeley Castle, ZORD FITZ1AEDUqGNS HOUNDS.-At a quarter Co Waesm. Thisdy d. Feb. 7...... Kennels. THE HEREFORDSHIRE HOUNDS.-At half-gst te, This day. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of that suin, Ammong the donations included in the above £856. were £50. from J. C. Dent, Esq., of Sudeley Castle, £20. from Earl Ellenborough., £15. each from Earl Bathurst and 14ev. Sir Lionel Darell, and £10. each from the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    next Provincial Grand Lodge for Worcestershire will be held in the city of Worcester. Mr. J. C. Dent, of Sudeley Castle, has presented to Gloucester Cathedral a lectern, of exquisite workmanship, the cost of which was £250. We (Worcestersh'ire Chronicle) Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Esq., Raglan Ionse, Brorusgrevo, CORBETT, GEORGE, Esq., Foregate Street, Worcester. CHRTLER, JOHN, Esq., Wychbold, Bromnsgrove. DENT, JOHN COUCHER, Esq., Sudeley Castle. ner Winch- DEAKIN, J. B., Esq., Tettenllmll Wood, Wolelrhacmpton. ELLIOTT, H. W., Esel., Elnufield, Selly Oak, nelsr Birminigham. ELLIS, Subscribers-only content

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