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  • * Victoria County History *

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    House of Knights Hospitallers The preceptory of Quenington

    Guiting and Bradwell and the church of Temple Guiting , worth in all 210 marks a year, were in the possession of Master Pancius, the king's doctor. 6 The church of Temple Guiting and the manor of Bradwell were probably

    House of Knights Templars The preceptory of Guiting

    monasteries in the diocese of Worcester to do penance, and their maintenance was a charge on the lands of Temple Guiting . 11 Dugdale, Mon . vii, 823. Ibid. Ibid. Addison, The Knights Templars , 93. Ibid. 459-559. Addison, The

    House of Knights Templars The preceptory of Sandford

    in Oxfordshire . Their lands, however, at Bradwell seem to have been under some other preceptory, perhaps that of Temple Guiting , Gloucestershire . After this Cowley and Merton appear to have been reduced to the status of camerae or

    Parishes Wasing

    Newport , Isle of Wight . He married in 1818 Charlotte second daughter and co-heir of George Talbot of Temple Guiting , Gloucestershire , and died in 1869 , when the manor passed to his elder son William George .

    Frampton on Severn Manors and other estates

    the late 13th century. 22 The Templars ' rights in Frampton , treated as part of their manor of Temple Guiting , passed through the Clintons and Huddlestons 23 to Corpus Christi College , Oxford , 24 which received 20

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    RUSSELL, Sir John (d.1405), of Strensham, Worcs.

    but in February 1399 William formally confirmed Elizabeth’s jointure in Maxstoke castle and six other manors in Warwickshire, in Temple Guiting (Gloucestershire) and in premises in Southwark (Surrey), and he promised not to trouble them further. As his side of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ..... Church Minshull. Saturday ...... 24 .....I Beliont, THE COTSWOLD HOUNDS. -At Eleven. This day .... Feb. 19 .... Temple Guiting. Wedneeday..,, 21 .... binsfieldVillage. Thursday .... 22 .... Weston Park, Broadway. Saturday .... 24 .... Hilcot Downs. ifR. DRAIE'S Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . Quemerford Gate. Saturday,., ,, 10 . Tle Monungot THE COTWOW HOUNDS,-At ELeet This day .... Mar. 5 ........ Temple Guiting. Wednesday.. ,,7 ........ Colesbourne Inn. Thursday 8.,, ....... Weston Park. Saturday.... 10 ......H. ailes Village. BR. DRAKE'S HOUNDS.-At a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2 .... yford. &Atuaday .. 20 .... Kiddington Gate. THE COTSWVDLD HOUNDSlii -Al Ei^Lsea This day ...Mar. 3. ..... Temple Guiting. Tnesdlay .. 203 .... Prinkinash Park. `Iloussetay.. 22..... Casidein Tell Barr. .iatinday .....Witlsisetoa. 173ID FITZHARDINGE S HOUNlDS.-At a qi'orter Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HOUNDS, at a suarder to flerou.-Saturday, Nov. 17, Walesby Village. TuE COTSWOLD IIOUNDS, at Elevenu. - Saturday, Nov. 17, Temple Guiting, Tue ielUH PRAlr 1TARRiosa, at 7e.elnv-Satuordoy, Nov. 17, Wlnster Toll Bar; Tuesday, Nov. 20, Taddington High oers Saturday, Nov. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Friday, Jan, 15, at Grafton Gate, near Beekfore: Tuesday, Jan. 10. at Crop. thorne Court; Friday, Jan. 22, at Temple Guiting (at Timeoee, eo'cloci;) Tuesday, Jan, 26, at eand Gate; Friday, Jan. 25, at. if Hinton Cross, 4 A French Subscribers-only content

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