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  • * Victoria County History *

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    New Forest hundred Index Map to the Hundred of New Forest .

    , Pi1ley, Battramsley , Wooton , Burley , Linwood , Godshill , Nova Villa , Fritham , Canterton, Minstead , Bartley , Lyndhurst , Brockenhurst and Brookley. 3 The hundred remained practically unchanged until 1662, 4 but between that date

    Parishes Stanton St . Bernard

    his daughter Susan inherited the land. She married Jonathan Cope (d. 1694) and afterwards John Bartley . Susan died in 1697 and despite some dispute Bartley was able to keep the land until 1724. 68 He had by then arranged

    Ruardean

    and then turning northwards for a short distance to Bartley 's (formerly Bereslys) Oak , which in 1787 marked the county boundary. 12 Land to the north between Dry brook and Bartley 's Oak , part of the Crown's ancient

    Parishes Eling

    is a large parish, lying low in the valleys of the Cadnam River , the Blackwater and the Bartley Water , including Bartley , Newbridge , Wigley and parts of Cadnam and Ower . It co ntains 5,551 acres of

    Edington

    for nine years at £400 a year. 61 In 1784 Hurst , South Down , Housecroft, Ivymill, Parsonage, Ballard 's, Bartley 's, Shores, and East Down farms were all of over 100 acres. The copyhold and lands let on long

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cota Hngainiiaitl Jones, ehwarelWYr, :BebeL, yr 2a. 6c. s'eostin o B ley, Talysan 2s. 6e ei a'r coseta. Yr oedd Bartley mor feddw nos Fladwrn n fi y bu aid eidgaio i'r Wo&vp ar ecerj a dilyn- Gy wyd ef Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sillobu, * Dora Williams,alanciwyd. Canwyd amnywiddasnatr$n rhagoral- yr ystod y cyfaffad gar, Miss Vaughan, Plsa-. each, Trefnant, atii1. E.Roberts a Bartley, DMibybh, a- Mr. . Lloyd,,Bryribed. Trefriant, a chwarid iyar-yr 4adrmoniin gemwMissDii<A. Paty -Wiliams,:Dinbych. Add- arnwyd y buddngwyr Ag ysnoedoa Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mae rhazol- ygood y pytatws ye well nag y gwelwyd hwy er's blyn. yr yddoedd. 'ye; Lladdwyd gof o'r eSw Bartley ar y rheiifforad ger Ia Llandduals, Colwyn, prydrhawn dydd Sadwrn. Yim- D y ddengys fod-y dyn yn cerdded ar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Anne Roberts, Nant ; 3ydd, Jane Jones, Moel Park. Canwyd amnryw ddarnau yn ystod y cyfarfod gan Howelfryn, a Mri Bartley a Jones o Ddinbych. Chwareuid ar yr har2noeniur yn swynol iawnz gan Miss :Roberts, High Street, Dinbych. Arwisgwyd y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    532 o erwal, am ,000 a ddoleri; nls gellir ei phryna yn awr am 60,OO o ddoleri. N'id oedd fferm Bartley, 75 a erwan, yn w.7erth and 8,000 a ddoleri chwe' mis ye ol, ond yr - wytheos ddiweddat gwrthodwvyd Subscribers-only content

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Book 1, page 23 (1570)

    ☞ Item, pag. 1545. in the story of the Duke of Somerset, where it is sayd that at the returne of the Earle of warwicke out of Norfolke ther was a consultation amongest the Lordes assēblyng them selues together

    K. Henry. 8. The storye and life of the Lord Cromwell. Iuggling with Idolles.

    other felowes, and so was dismissed.Frier Barteley casteth away hys Friers coule.To the lyke exāple also perteineth, that when Frier Bartley after the abolishing of Friers and Monkes woulde needes keepe hys Friers weede still for hys vowes sake, the

    K. Henry. 8. The story of the Lord Cromwell. Iuggling with Idols.

    of his other fellowes, and so was dismissed.Frier Barteley casteth away his Friers coule.Hereunto also pertaineth the example of frier Bartley, who wearing still his friers coule, after the suppression of religious houses, Cromwell commyng thorough Paules churchyard, and espieng

 

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