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    Parishes Claines

    and after passing Perdiswell Park it meets at Barbourne the Kidderminster road , which enters this parish at Hawford . The two roads, when united at Barbourne , cross the brook at Barbourne Bridge where Charles II first halted after Victoria County History

    Parishes White Ladies Aston

    1346 it was stated that the Prioress of Whistones held a fifth of a knight's fee in Aston Bishop and Barbourne which 'Ralph de Wilymet' once held. 31 The estate of the nunnery also included h alf a hide at Victoria County History

    The city of Worcester City churches and advowsons

    1812. There are six other churches within the city bounds, but outside the walls. The church of ST. STEPHEN , Barbourne , was built in 1862 mainly at the cost of two ladies named Lavender, and has a small tower Victoria County History

    The city of Worcester Introduction and borough

    Foregate Street and the tithing of Whistones, it descends slightly to the Bever Burn , from which the suburb of Barbourne derives its name, and then divides into branches which make respectively for Stourport and Droitwich . To the left Victoria County History

    WESTON, John (d.c.1433), of Coventry, Warwick and Worcester.

    £10 annually in 1431, when he was described as ‘esquire, of Warwickshire’. Weston’s holdings in Worcestershire also included land in Barbourne, Northwick and Whistones. As his last appearances in the central courts and on the Warwickshire bench took place in History of Parliament

    WOOD, John I (d.1458), of Northwick, Worcester and Wolverley, Worcs.

    It was quite likely through marriage to John Weston’s widow that Wood came in the 1440s to hold land in Barbourne and Whistones in Worcestershire and more at Weston-under-Wetherley, Alne and Stoneleigh, in Warwickshire, most of which had previously belonged History of Parliament

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