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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Overton

    1977 . 137 West Overton farm, 705 a., was owned in 1977 by Mereacre Ltd. 138 The site of the manor's original farm-house is unknown but may have been opposite West Overton Farm. 139 West Overton Farm, called Overton House

    Parishes East Kennett

    1924 when the older children were transferred to schools in Avebury and West Overton . Most of the pupils at East Kennett school then came from West Overton and West Kennett . 153 In 1978 there were 54 children on

    Houses of Knights Templar Preceptory of Temple Rockley

    ) to the Knights Templars in 1155 -6. 1 They had already been given 2 hides in Lockeridge ( West Overton ) by Miles, Earl of Hereford , and other parcels were given about the same time by William Beauchamp

    Selkley hundred Selkley hundred c. 1841

    tithing of Richardson, and Winterbourne Monkton . The tithings in other parishes were Broad Hinton in Broad Hinton parish, West Overton , Lockeridge , and Shaw in Overton parish, and Catcomb in Hil marton parish. 1 This volume contains the

    List of maps

    early 19th century, based on the inclosure award map ( 1815-16 ) of the townships of East Overton , West Overton , Lockeridge , and Shaw , and the chapelry of Fyfield in the Wiltshire Record Office, a map of

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, S, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    (Shawo) [in Old Windsor ] , Berks, g. 709 (14), 1948 (31, 63), 2137 (18). Shawe , Wilts [in West Overton ] , 436. Shawowerk , i.e . Shawe and Wark. Shayll or Shayle, Edmund, son of John, 438 (2

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cal- stone, near CUlue. Died, on Tuesday last, after a short illness, Ellen, third daughter of Mt. Pnraphrey, of West Overton Farm. Died, at Falmouth, Jamaica, on the Ist Novem- ber, Quarter-Mazier James Hayes, of the 371h regiment, having served Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SOUTHAMPTON MAIL STEAM SHIPPING. -„ Peninsular and Oriental Company. and r ■i an J or '> Captain G. 8. Brooke, from Alexandria, Malta, with the maile, passengers, and cargo from arH ? lh,ceß > aleo those from India, China, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SOUTHAMPTON MERCANTILE SHIPPING. VESSELS DISCHABGrjra. At the Town Quay.- Bee, Emma, Wave, and Eliza, from Newport, general. Vivid and Robert, from Cowes, general. Orlando, from Portsmouth, deals. Fowey, from St. Brieux, potatoes. At the Docks.- Le Cog, Le Pere.and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LONDON MARKETS. LONDON CORN EXCHANGE, MONDAY. The arrivals last week were unusually small. Exports, 2347 qrs. of oats. English wheat arrived, 3 19 i qrs. ; foreign 15,87* qrs. With a very short supply this morning, especially from Kent Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IMPEKIAL PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF COMMONS.-THURSDAY. Mr. D. Griffith gave notice that he should on Mon \ day next ask tbe Heme Secretary whether the names of the proposed commissioners to inquire into the subject of Ritual- ism would be Subscribers-only content

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