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  • * Victoria County History *

    14 results from this resource, ordered by relevance. View more View all

    Parishes Swallowcliffe

    Sutton Mandeville towards Ansty which ran along the northern boundary in the 10th century 15 survived as a track in 1984 . Another possibly ancient road ran to join it from the Salisbury-Shaftesbury road near the boundary with Sutton Mandeville

    Parishes Teffont Evias

    218 In 1979 Teffont Evias with Teffont Magna was united with the benefice of Fovant with Compton Chamberlayne and Sutton Mandeville , Compton Chamberlayne was transferred to a new benefice of Barford St. Martin , Dinton , Baverstock , and

    Parishes Sutton Benger

    one of three in Wiltshire called Sutton : the suffix Benger, mistakenly derived from Berengar, the Domesday tenant of Sutton Mandeville , has been used from the later 14th century; in the late 15th century the parish was sometimes called

    Parishes Tisbury

    Sutton Mandeville , in the south-east with Swallowcliffe , and in the south-west with Semley ; a ridge is the boundary with Fonthill Bishop in the north; valleys in which streams sometimes flow are the boundaries with Sutton Mandeville in

    Parishes Chilmark

    only east-west road. A road diverging from the Chilmark-Fovant road towards Lower Chicksgrove in Tisbury , Sutton Row in Sutton Mandeville , and Ebbesborne Wake went out of use in Chilmark in the mid 19th century. 25 Archaeological discoveries of

  • * British History Online * *

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    Volume G 247, January 1648, 01 January 1648-31 January 1648

    the enemy, and now at 60 l ., the tenant paying the . Edw. Codrington. House and lands in Sutton Mandeville, late value 60 l ., sequestered Oct. 1645, let at 20 l ., then at 25 l ., now Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 265, April 1-19, 1634, 01 April 1634-19 April 1634

    William Snooke, Robert Lucas, Thomas Feltham, and Nicholas Harding, all of Sutton Mandeville in Wilts, respecting certain words spoken in sermons by Gabriel Sanger, parson of Sutton Mandeville. The words substantially sworn to by all the witnesses were: that those Subscribers-only content

    Acts of the Court of High Commission, 01 April 1635-30 June 1635

    clerks. Both defendants appeared, and were licensed to depart and appear by their proctor. Gabriel Sangar, clerk, rector of Sutton Mandeville, Wilts. Defendant to be examined before Saturday night, or else to be attached. Sir Richard [John ? ] Trevor Subscribers-only content

    General Index, D, 01 May 1672-30 September 1672

    house of, Lower Withington, Cheshire, licence to Lawrence, of Galway, merchant, statement by wounded by soldiers Salathiel, house of, Sutton Mandeville, Wilts, licence to Deanes , Ann, house of, Mardman (? Markham), Notts, licence to Dearsely , John, house of, Subscribers-only content

    General Index, S, T, U, V, 01 April 1633-30 April 1634

    Lincoln Sutton , co. Nottingham inhabitants, petitions of Sutton , Sutton , Edward, Lord Dudley Sutton-at-Hone , Kent, lathe Sutton Mandeville , Wilts Swaine , William Swale , Christopher, D.D., petition of Swallow , the Swallow-hole , near Surat Swanborough Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WEST, Leonard (by 1518-78), of Burghwallis, Yorks.

    youngest of Lord la Warr’s sons, Leonard West was bequeathed the manors of Hasilden and Sutton Mandeville, Wiltshire, and Bradell, Dorset, although they were to remain with his mother until he became 18. In 1539 he sold Bradell, and the

    ARUNDELL, Matthew (1532/34-98), of Wardour Castle, Wilts. and London.

    Earl of Pembroke, had escheated to the earl, but in 1570 Matthew Arundell repurchased it and the manor of Sutton Mandeville, Wiltshire; in the following year the 2nd Earl of Pembroke granted to Arundell and his two sons, in survivorship,

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Henry Fricker, 0/12/1738

    Forename Henry Title Qualification MA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Collation Date 0/12/1738 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Sutton Mandeville// OTHER INFORMATION Source Wiltshire Returns to the Bishop's Visitation Queri (Visitation Returns) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Barrington, Shute/Salisbury 1782- 1791

    Gulielmus Anderson, 15/6/1714

    60381 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Anderson Forename Gulielmus Title Mr Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 15/6/1714 Office/Status Rector Location Sutton Mandeville// OTHER INFORMATION Source W&SRO, D1/51/1 (Clergy call book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Burnet, Gilbert/Salisbury 1689- 1715 Comment + agrotat

    Augustine Hayter, 26/10/1698

    ID: 64518 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Hayter Forename Augustine Title Mr Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 26/10/1698 Office/Status Rector Location Sutton Mandeville// OTHER INFORMATION Source W&SRO, D1/51/1 (Clergy call book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Burnet, Gilbert/Salisbury 1689- 1715 Comment licensed

    Henry Fricker, 0/7/1783

    Fricker Forename Henry Title Qualification MA EVENT TYPE Date 0/7/1783 Office/Status Rector Location Sutton Mandeville// OTHER INFORMATION Source Wiltshire Returns to the Bishop's Visitation Queri (Visitation Returns) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Barrington, Shute/Salisbury 1782- 1791 Comment Former fellow of Wadham; serves

    James Hibberd, 29/8/1831

    Vacancy Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 110046 Linked to person: Hibberd, James 1790-1831 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Hibberd Forename James Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 29/8/1831 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Sutton

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    vicar of that place, and chaplain to tlle Butter, Bishop of Ripon. LEEI Same day, suddenly, at the Rectory, Sutton Mandeville, has be( Wiltshire CATHRsINE, wife of the Rev. JOHN WVNDHAnN , and sale at relict of Willtam. Charles Lowndee, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dispositions are entirely confined to tile aenbes- of his fmi H hasist d his freehold estates at fitton and Sutton Mandeville together with his manors and farms of Norringtou and Tree, in the county of Wilts, to his eldest sond, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ebrzabetil, Broad Gates, Teardley, near Birmingham V Rtone George, Folkestone, draper p Stone Harry, Dover, wine morohant Stone M'.aotln, Sutton Mandeville, near Saliobury, butcheer V Stone Martin. Button Mandeville, Wilts, butcher, and Goombos John M Borroogh, Bower Chalk, Wilts, farmer Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ;hn sonofCol. Tulloch,commnissarygenermI Madras WYNDHAK.-June 1, at Southsea, Mary, Wife of the er. T. Wyndham, S in rector of Sutton Mandeville, Wilts, aged 30 -- - of Printed and Puabished by WILott. A.Gate T. of to. h5, Fiet:strOet, ia the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Magnga otherwise Upper Teffnt, said Tellont Evias otherwirse Tefflont Etaitis, otherwise Lower Tef. to to foul, Compton, Fovaut, Chiksgrove, Sutton Mandeville, Budge if all Chilmaric, Ansty, Fonthill Gifford, Fonthill Bishop, East said Tiabury, Wardour, West Tisbury, Staple Tishury, Hazle. hare Subscribers-only content

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