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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Bishopstone Bishopstone c. 1758

    family, members of which took the profits until at least 1620. 58 In 1633 John Barnstone , the prebendary, leased the prebend to William Barnstone for lives which possibly survived the Interregnum. 59 In 1672 the prebend was leased to

    Parishes Everleigh

    of Hurstbourne, and complained that for 5 years Richard of Inkpen illegally took the profits of Everleigh rectory. 189 John Barnstone , rector in 1598 , was prebendary of Bishopstone in 1600 and a residentiary canon at Salisbury from 1634

    Index A-Z

    ch., 67 cath. ch.: canons, see Bampton , John; Barnstone dean and chapter (chapter), 126, 141, 172, 178, 220 deans, 179; and see Bildeston ; Younger prebendaries: of Bishopstone , see Barnstone ; Coker, Thos.; of Hurstbourne, see Jeffreys, John;


    G., 169 barn , aisled, 164 Barnes : John, 25 Thos., 25 Barnett , Capt., 80 Barnfield , see Preshute Barnstone : John, prebendary of Bishopstone , 6, 9-10 Wm., 6 Barons' War (13th cent.), see Marlborough Castle Barrett ,

  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles I - volume 239, May 18-31, 1633, 18 May 1633-31 May 1633

    that when Mr. D[ean ] is absent there is none that he can trust with the jurisdiction but old Dr. Barnstone, who is too old for it, except Dr. Henchman, who is not capable unless he may be in commons. Subscribers-only content

    General Index, B, 01 April 1633-30 April 1634

    Sir Francis, his son Barnstaple , Devon documents dated from mayor, see Delbridge, John. letter of merchants traine d band Barnstone , Dr. Baron , Dr. Robert, letter of Barradine , Henry, petition of Barrett , Edward, Lord Newburgh, Chancellor Subscribers-only content

    Index of places, A-J

    26. Barnesley , 18, 34, 48, 105, 107, 129, 140, 186, 202. Ould, 107. Barnoldswyckcotes , 62. Barnsley , 102. Barnstone als . Barkestone , 166. Barnyngham , 128, 193. Baronburgh als . Barmburgh als . Barnburgh , 45. Barrlebie

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o''lock On the even- ilg of Wednesday, the 13th January last, whilst the pro. secutor, a little boy, and Ur. Barnstone were standing in the shop, they were startled by hearing the smashing of a pane of glass In the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HAIFAX TOWN COUNCIL. A special general meeting of this body was held tfl Wednesday evening. Tile Meyon (Dr. Wightman) presided. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. SEIECOAT Moon, T~he Mam; stated that, ins reply to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    particular, within the last twelve months, as wiil appear from the following facts; - A small freehold estate, situate at Barnstone, two miles from Great Dunmow, con- sisting of a lath and plaster house, with moderate outbuildings, and 20 acres Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ; the Hon and Bey W. T. Kenyon and Mrs Kenyon and family, Mrs Rasbotham, Mr and Miss Hind, Mrs Barnstone, Mrs Sandbach and family, Dr and Mrs Jordison, the Misses Jordison, Mrs Deane, Miss Deane, Mrs Parker, the Misses Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    kerley. Mr J. T. Brooke, Mr W. G. Armitstead, Capt. Fox, Ist R.C.M. ; Mr and Mrs A Kelham, Miss Barnstone, Mr Chas. Congreve, Mr and Mrs A. Horton, Miss A. Barker. Miss H. E. Congreve, Cap. Massie Taylor and Subscribers-only content

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