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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Chiseldon Chiseldon c. 1773

    Snodshill. Badbury Wick , which lies about a mile north-west of Badbury , may once have been a larger settlement. A few cottages are shown here on a map of 1773. 47 But in 1967 there was only Badbury Wick

    Parishes Winterbourne Monkton

    in 1333 -4 and smaller amounts were supplied to Badbury in Chiseldon , Mells (Som.), and Ashbury ( Berks ., later Oxon .). In the 14th century the flocks of Badbury , Ashbury , and Winterbourne Monkton were managed together.

    Rodmarton Churches

    Brathel, the rector of Rodmarton , was granted a dispensation to hold an additional living in plurality. 81 John of Badbury , rector in 1270 , had letter s of protection before embarking with the king on crusade. 82 John

    Kingsbridge hundred The hundred of Kingsbridge c. 1840

    Elstub (see above). In the same year the Bishop of Bath was said to have withdrawn the suit due from Badbury ( Chiseldon ) for the past 35 years . Stephen Longespee, the Prior of St. Swithun's, the Abbot of

    Colleges Wimborne Minster

    the defence of his kingdom and the vindication of religion marched into Dorset , and encamped at a place called Badbury , where there was a castle at no great distance from Wimborne. The courage of AEthelwold then apparently deserted

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BATHE, Thomas (d.c.1428), of Wanstrow, Som.

    of Holy Trinity church), and owned lands in Dorset (his widow held the manor of Bradford in the hundred of Badbury), but he preferred to reside in Somerset.[footnote] In 1404, described as ‘of Wanstrow’, he obtained the Exchequer lease of

    HANNAM, John (c.1574-1625), of Deans Court, Wimborne Minster, Dorset, and London.

    1601 Weymouth and Melcombe Regis 1604 Ofifces Held Duchy of Lancaster lt. in Holt and Badbury chase, Dorset 1594; j.p. Dorset temp. Jas. 1, sheriff 1614-15. Biography Hannam had considerable Dorset estates and was a benefactor to Wimborne Minster. He

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesdaly, June 14. WAR OFFICE, JUNK 14. 15th Light Dragoons-lMajor W. H. Ball, from half-pay Unattached, to be Major, vice J. MpQreee, who exchangese Capt. G. WV. Key to be M~ajor, by purcha-e. vice Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wiltshire Downs ; here,.! too, the white horse standard was forced back by Arthur's! warriors till the crowning victory at Badbury. Those British villages, now mere rings of stone, mere dimples in the turf, i were torn down by the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Madeley, W. Box, J. Hearn- shaw, and J. W. Ratei; Messrs. B, Gem, T. IL Aston, E. Solomon, B. He Badbury, R Healey, J. Wilson- Browne, J. Williams, H. Manton, S. Aston, J. Lowe, ho. The annual report of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SB LECTIONS.-NUtsery 18 or 41; Donrdugton, 18 or 87; Handicap, 6 or 18; Selling, i0; Hurdle, 41 or 11. Refer Badbury, DSASTROUS FIRE AN;D HEROISM OF . A MBOY. The Orkney nai brings partleulars of A dsastrous fir In thie Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of bacsn. I think Masr. and Mrs. MBylne might havea won a place with Fichard Wlright and his wife, of Badbury, who won the prize in 1445; Stephlenl Salel and Co., of Ayston Parva, in 1467 ; thie Fuller pair, Subscribers-only content

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