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    Parishes Dowdeswell

    cottages at Upper Dowdeswell by Hester 's successor Richard Coxwell -Rogers, seems to be the origin of a tradition that an early 19th-century owner moved the cottagers wholesale from Lower to Upper Dowdeswell . 96 Upper Dowdeswell , which formed Victoria County History

    Parishes Withington

    Colesbourne and Little Colesbourne ; 34 a part between Needlehole Lane and the boundary with Dowdeswell belonged to the Upper Dowdeswell estate; 35 and a part within Dowdeswell parish belonged to Dowdeswell manor. 36 From 1617 all three parts of Victoria County History

    Bradley hundred Fig. 1. BRADLEY HUNDRED 1845

    (Surr.) in the 19th. During the 17th century and the early 18th several of the larger houses, among them Upper Dowdeswell , Sandywell Park , Brockhampton , and Cassey Compton , were rebuilt in more modern styles for resident landowners, Victoria County History

    Parishes Shipton Oliffe and Shipton Solers

    1650 sold Nether Hampen manor or farm to Edward Rich . 288 Edward, who also acquired an estate in Upper Dowdeswell , was succeeded at his death in 1681 by by his grandson Lionel Rich , 289 who in 1714 Victoria County History

    Parishes Whittington

    junction was called Shaw (or Share) grove. 34 The road running south from the junction towards Kilkenny , near Upper Dowdeswell , was known as a salt way in the early 17th century. 35 The route up Ham hill was Victoria County History

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    Dowdeswell , 59, 64, 240 tithes, 65-6 trades, 62-4 Upper Dowdeswell , 47, 59, 69 estate, 47, 50, 52, 54, 59, 61-2, 64-5, 67-8, 197, 250, 257, 267 Upper Dowdeswell Manor , 7, 44, 54-5 Upper House, see Dowdeswell, Dowdeswell Victoria County History

    Entry Book, April 1690, 26-30, 01 April 1690-30 April 1690

    Mitchell of Cheltenham, co. Gloucester (dated April 30) as same for co. Gloucester : sureties : Lionell Rich of Upper Dowdeswell, co. Gloucester, esq., John Carter, senr., of co. Gloucester. (Warrant dated May 9 for his sureties.) (Commission dated May British History Online

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