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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Compton

    the king, 100 who in 1545 granted the farms of West Compton and Langley to Edward Fettiplace , 101 who died seised in 1549 . 102 With Langley West Compton came to Richard More . 103 From the Mores it

    Compton hundred Introduction Index Map to the Hundred of Compton

    century 3 the hundred apparently comprised only the parishes of Aldworth , Brightwalton , Chilton , East Ilsley , West Compton and West Ilsley . Yattendon had probably been annexed before this date to Faircross Hundred, and Brightwalton , though

    Parishes West Ilsley

    then descend together. The Prioress of Kington (co. Wilts .) had lands in Hodcutt appurtenant to the manor of West Compton , which she conveyed in 1291 to Robert Burnell, Bishop of Bath and Wells, 93 and they seem to

  • * British History Online *

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    Henry VIII, January 1511, 01 January 1511-31 January 1511

    master of the hunt in Ewelme park; steward of the manors and lordships of Buklande, Hartford, Langley, Astonthorold and West Compton, Berks; as held by Anthony Fetiplace, dec. Richmond, 27 Dec., 2 Hen. VIII. Del . Otford, 7 Jan. P.S.

    Henry VIII, March 1545, 26-31, 01 March 1545-31 March 1545

    Stanmer and Bedon, Berks., and the advowson of the vicarage of Bedon, Abendon mon .; and the farm in West Compton, Berks, and lands called Buttons Sawes in Hampsted Norres, formerly in tenure of Ric, Clerke and afterwards of the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Holdrarortb. P~ark Averue, ilaworth. At home June 1'7, 20. and 21. No cartis. DIED. Av-~zcsSOw.---On the 25th Inst.. at West Compton Rectory. Mtacden Newton. agedl 49 yeats. the Bev. Een.-y Willam Athrinn, }LLR, formerly vicar of Old HilL. BATISs.-On the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Taunton, vicar of St. George's, Claines, Worcester; patron, he the Vicar of Claines. es, Rev. Septimus Hobbs, rector of West Compton, rector of of Compton Valence; patron, Mr. Robert Williams, of Dor- chester. eg Rev. William Rowe Jolley, M.A., rector Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Brighton. c Rev. Randolph 0. Marriott, curate of St. Michael's and e the Blind Asylum Chapol, Bristol; rector of West Compton, s near Dorchester. Patron, R. Williams, Esq. Hon. and Rev. Edward Victor Robert Powys, LL.B.; c rector of Achuroh-cum-Wigsthorpe Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    farmhouse, out-buildings, and premises; also a farmhouse and homestead, with the rich dairy and orchard lands thereto belongg, at West Compton: about 50 acres of improvable lu d Qu'een Sedginoor, 11 acres adjoining Winding Lake, in the parish of Pyle, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    w/ith theifarmhouse out-bu~ldlngs, and premiseS; alsoa farmhouse Dnid honiesteaci, wfith the rich dairy and orqhalrd lands thereto belonging, at West Compton; about 30 acres ofimrprovable land in Queen Sedgm~oer, l1l acr~es adjoinng Wlinding Iake, in the parish of Pyle, and Subscribers-only content

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