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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Wonston OLD RECTORY WONSTON

    Sutton Scotney . 49 He died seised of the manor of Sutton Scotney in 1597 , leaving a son and heir John aged twenty-two. 50 Licence to the latter to enter into possession of the manor of Sutton Scotney was

    The hundred of Barton Stacey Index Map to the Hundred of Barton Stacey .

    Barton Stacey , Bransbury , Colemore , Headbourne Worthy , Kings Worthy , Newton Stacey , Norton Valery , Sutton Scotney and Wonston . 2 The land assessed amounted to 171/2 hides and 1 virgate, but Barton Stacey , of

    Colleges St Elizabeth , Winchester

    36 deacons and 47 priests. We find that in 1346 the college held one knight's fee in Norton and Sutton Scotney , a twelfth part of a fee in Clerewodcott, one fee in Culmeston and half a fee in Botley

    The hundred of Buddlesgate Introduction INDEX MAP to the HUNDRED of BUDDLESGATE

    The vills of Boyatt, and Shirley in Millbrook , were still included in the hundred of Mainsbridge, 18 and Sutton Scotney and Norton Valery in the parish of Wonston in that of Barton Stacey ; 19 Cranborne , also in

    Houses of Austin canons Priory of Southwick

    belonging to the priory at the dissolution were: the manors of Southwick with the rectory, Newland , Hannington , Sutton Scotney , 'Moundesmer,' Preston Candover , 'Oldfishborne,' Farlington with a fishery, Denmead Molens, Clanveld and Aldbourn, Weralles in Dorchester with

  • * British History Online * *

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    Henry VIII, January 1544, 26-31, 01 January 1544-31 January 1544

    ; Wyllyton manor, Soms., St. John ' s of Jerusalem and Templecomb preceptory ; the manors of Hannyngton and Sutton Scotney, Hants, Sowthwyke priory ; the rectory of Esse, Soms., with the advowson of the vicarage, Taunton priory ; closes

    General Index, S, 01 April 1640-31 August 1640

    Speaker , the, see Glanville, John. Spelsbury , co. Oxford Spencer , Anne Mr., rector of Scaldwell Wm., of Sutton Scotney Spenlow , Robt. Spier , Henry, of Reading Spiller , Sir Henry, J.P. for Middlesex Spiller , Sir Henry, Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, January 1540, 1-10, 01 January 1540-10 January 1540

    East Kennet, the manors of Baberstokk and Fooffownte, otherwise Fovent; also the manors of Ha ( sic, i.e. Hanyngton) Sutton Scotney, Moundesmere, Old Fishbourn, Demmedmoleme, Prior's Dean, Culmere, Stubbington, and Hoo, in co. Southampton, late of the priory of Southwyke;

    Acts of the Court of High Commission., 01 April 1640-30 June 1640

    Less, London. The like. Jan. 22. Thomas Wiborowe, rector of Pebmarsh, Essex. Appeared and was sworn. William Spencer, of Sutton Scotney, co. Southampton, yeoman. Appeared, was sworn and admonished. Jan. 22. Vol. ccccxxxiv. fol. 48 b . John Knowlden, of Subscribers-only content

    Index of names and places, H

    665, 1071. Samuel, ii. 1373. William, ii. 470, 667, 1327, 1372. William, Lord, ii. 270. Harward , Robert, of Sutton Scotney, i. 450. Harwell , Henry, alderman of Coventry, i. 977. Harwell Wood , co. Worcester, ii. 262. Harwich ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hotcler and cowkeeper. BANKRtUPTCIES ANNULLED; Geo. Addison, 1, Catherine Place, Bath, gentleman. Date of %d).ndication, U)ctober 22,1878. Gee. Turner, Sutton Scotney, Wonston, Hants, blacksmith. Date of adjudication, February 5, 1872. Wtm. Jackson, Store Street 31ills,_jtancheater, yarn doubler Date of adjudication, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4 W. Whtitehral, Bath, eeal-nierclantr. - C,j ''. Baker, IVailbortough, linen draper. .0: SR.'Ctlild Walthame, fariner.e - S1). WIard, Sutton Scotney, ittikeeper. - 5 T. Itiride, hiverpool, nerchanit. - 6 J. Boeavai, Old Cavenldishi street, uiro-merchatIt. - 2n T. ilereditlit, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and far~ner, Creaet Witley C~roby W., late lireised vuetnaller, Wynsoswdd Bnck P.. Osacririist, Frasehincham Ears y Tnruner 0, blnekinzil, Sutton Scotney, Sonthnmpton a Wiiht T. tr-.ller sd draper, ConeyCtrest, Yorh Binge s, F., rmihltv.iebt anzd euginee~r, Nsrtb-strest, twrve ts Co;"prser Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    receive £360 per annuum out of the estate of the late Lord, to be repaid in case of the Sutton Scotney property comning to lin under a codicil, or in the event of the property not coming to him, for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his death the testator was the owner of the Childerly Hall estate, in Cam. bridgeshire, of 1,072 acres; of Sutton Scotney, in Hampshire, of 1,200 acres; of Peasmore, in Berk- shire, of 800 acres; of Kilgate Forest Lodge, Sus- sex, Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ENGLEFIELD, John (d.1402/3), of Englefield, Berks.

    brought him estates further afield, for his wife, Nicola Devenish, had already inherited a moiety of the manor of Sutton Scotney in Hampshire and the manor and advowson of West Chelborough in Dorset, and was destined to take possession of

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