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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Speen

    of its tithings, Bagnor , lies north of the latter river. The parish consists of several townships or tithings: the township of Speen , which since the Conquest has been divided into three tithings; the township of Bagnor (Bagenore, xi-xiv

    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Poughley

    the churches of Chaddleworth and Kingston , the manors of West Batterton ( Wilts .), Peasemore , Curridge , and Bagnor , and messuages, lands, and tenements in thirty-two Berkshire parishes. 35 In January, 1527 , Edward Fetyplace, treasurer to

    Faircross hundred Introduction Index Map to the Hundred of Faircross

    With Leck-Hampstead And Winter-Bourne ; Frilsham ; Hampstead Norris; Peasemore ; Sandleford; Shaw -Cum- Donnington ; Speen With Speenham Land, Bagnor And Benham; Stanford Dingley ; Wasing ; Welford ; Yattendon ; Borough Of Newbury ; The hundred of Faircross

    Parishes Denchworth

    Poughley , who in 1241 gave it to Elias de Bagnor for scutage and an annual rent. 62 Elias, who was joint tenant with Hervey, was succeeded by John de Bagnor , who must have sold the estate to Rowland

    Parishes Chaddleworth

    Chaddleworth . 21 Abingdon Abbey . Argent a cross paly between four martlets sable . In 1218- 19 Henry de Bagnor and his wife sold land in Chaddleworth to Emma de Rokele and others, 22 and in 1236 to Alan

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    P. Touray, North street, City road, mustard-manufacturern. W. H. D. Edwards, St Thomas-in-the.tliffe, Sissex, grocer.: - BANXRUPTS. WV. H1. Stidolph, Bagnor mill, 'Berkshire, paper-maker. [Battye and Go2" .Chancery lane. J. Raywood, Barneley, linendraper. [Stocker, New Boswell court. W. Wells, Norwich, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sir Thomas Tyrwliit Jones, had a coach on it called the Pearl, which he both horsed and drove hirnself. The Bagnor coach, borsed by the Messrs Walkers of' Mitchel Grove, and driven in the first style by F4r John '~a~lker, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    S. Lenox, Liveixpol, sail tuaker-April 22, . Robjinson, Coventry, rthbob manTfactGrer-April 10, S. Wood, Manchester, merchant- April 14, '. Hart, Bagnor, Sussex, inakeeper-April 13, J, ano J. Nttr Cambridge, corn merclauws-APril 1r1, Tm . Brent, Bank'fop, Maclesheld, Cheshire, travelleir-ApriD 13, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    not go. She also told rue on the same day that Mr Lennox was gone to see his parents at Bagnor. After adnitting her name to be James, she said she was goig to marry Mr Lennox. Mrs James, after Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Clark, Cook's court, Cary street -.ili, et, Charles place, Drumsmond street, Euston square, coach builder. [Abrabalmes, Soutisampron buildings-11. R. Spicer, Bagnor Mtillo, snoat Newbury, Bocks, papermnalee. [Tucker, CI-meist lane-S. It. Krolsn, Bread street, Cheap- aide, merchant. [Linklacer, Sise lane-J. Dennett, Subscribers-only content

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