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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Analysis of Bishop Compton 's census of 1676 Ongar Hundred

    Massey 77 .. 3 80 Theydon Bois 100 .. .. 100 Theydon Mount 99 .. .. 99 Weald , North, Bassett 263 .. 1 264 Total population Engl. Hist. Doc . viii (ed. A. Browning ), p. 411. The compiler

    Analysis of some medieval tax assessments Ongar Hundred

    53/4 39 4 Theydon Garnon 33 55 6 55 31/4 Theydon Mount 7 35 11/4 33 11 Weald , North, Bassett 12 31 91/2 42 71/4 Total 432 £68 1 6 £66 6 3 TABLE II TAXES ON MOVABLES, 1433

    Parishes Oakley

    came to John Bassett , his son by Basilia, but his title was disputed by Fulk son of Luvet. 24 In 1182 it was in the hands of Gilbert Bassett , 25 guardian possibly of William Bassett , John's son,

    Hospitals St Nicholas , Nantwich

    Wich Malbank was divided on the death of William, the third baron, the advowson of the hospital descended through the Bassett and Burnell families and in the mid 14th century came into the hands of the Lovell family where it

    Kintbury Eagle hundred Introduction Index Map to the Hundred of Kintbury Eagle

    with Whatcombe ; Hampstead Marshall ; Hungerford with Eddington , Hindden, And Sandon Fee ; Inkpen ; Kintbury ; Ketcinbe Bassett ; Letcombe Regis with East; Challow And West; Challow; Shalbourne ; East Shefford ; West Shefford ; West Woodhay

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BASSETT, James (c.1526-58), of Umberleigh, Devon and London.

    efforts to obtain a living for Bassett. Even though Cranmer refused a dispensation for him to hold a benefice, a prebend was found for him in September 1538. John Hussee, Lisle’s factor, considered that Bassett was ‘meeter to serve the

    COURTENAY, James (1522/23-92), of Upcott, Devon.

    public affairs except under Mary.[footnote]It was probably to his Bassett mother that Courtenay owed his Catholicism, and the influence of his uncle James Bassett is discernible in his political career. Bassett was his fellow-knight in the Parliament of November 1554

    BASSETT, Robert (1574-1641), of Umberleigh, Devon.

    BASSETT, Robert (1574-1641), of Umberleigh, Devon. Constituency Dates Plymouth 1593 Ofifces Held J.p. Devon 1597, dep. lt. 1600. Biography Bassett was returned to the first Parliament after his marriage to the daughter of a judge, one of the executors of

    BASSETT, John II (by 1513-51), of Llantrithyd and Pencoed, Glam. and the Inner Temple, London.

    of the peace issued for Glamorgan in February 1536. After the Union Bassett emerged as a leading figure in the county, being described by Leland as ‘Master Bassett of Pencoed, a man of £40 land hard by the New Park

    BASSETT, Arthur (1541-86), of Umberleigh, Devon.

    BASSETT, Arthur (1541-86), of Umberleigh, Devon. Constituency Dates Barnstaple 1563 Devon 1572 Ofifces Held J.p. Devon from 1569, sheriff 1574-5. Ofifces Held Commr. grain 1578; dep. warden of stannaries by 1580. Biography Bassett was one of the close-knit group of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn y firm yna, sef Mr. Balfour a Mr. Williams. Presbyteriad oeddynt. Yr oedd Mr. Balfour yn byw I ys Bassett, ac yn aelod o'n heglwys ni yno. Yr oedd yE feb yn ngbyfraith i Dr. Roxburghe, o Glasgow. Yr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jones gao foneddigea o Lerpwl. Daeth cynulliad mawr 0 gyfeilliouk yughyd i brynii, ac yn en plith Mr. A. Balfour, Bassett, yr hwn a brynodd yn helaeth ar gyfer ei CAristmnas treat i blant ei longwyr yn Liverpool, yr hwn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i osod Jones, Llangan, yn eu mysg, oddieithr i chwi ddwyn i mewn In eraill, megis D)avies, Castellnedd; Williams, Lledrod; Bassett a Howells o Forganwg, &c. Daeth Peter Williams allan i gynorthwyo gyda'r Diwygiad yn gynar yn ai hanes; dechreuodd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -- ti'ltE EX, AMIA-NER. _i -~'DN Fs nR-a>tsia 2. ,, vria tllStr Se;;ion npeneJl pi) Thiiedav ax With th.P ' l t S ieep( from lie Thlrone is al-r, OF I ,, ccs~ rodne xion .-a x rfy ciiriiu Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    M7r. 'UjOR.ACE TPwtSsl-IiJis Petition has been disa odel, niP his rival Mr. AlONvY has been declared the S\L&ilhr forWoi i-tenil Bassett. Whnit is to berome of the Youcci-boe \J. P. ? And what. savs a friend behind, Wou Id biltke Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    21 June 1820, 21 June 1820

    for inclosing Lands in the Tythings of Woodshaw, closure* " Greenhiil, and Nore Marsh, m the Parish of Wootton " Bassett, in the County of Wilts" was committed, The Earl of Shaftesbury also made the like Report Great B^' from Subscribers-only content

    23 June 1820, 23 June 1820

    " for inclosing Lands in the I'ythings of Woodshaw, " Greenhill, and Nore Marsh, in the Parish of Wootton " Bassett, in the County of Wilts." And albeit the said " Acts, by you Our said Subjects the Lords and Subscribers-only content

    15 July 1820, 15 July 1820

    " Common Field Lands in that Parish, and in the Pa- " rishes of Calne, Calstone, Wellington, and Compton " Bassett, in the County of Wilts." 55. " An Act for inclosing Lands within the Parishes of " Upper Gravenhurst, Subscribers-only content

    29 July 1822, 29 July 1822

    were divided " amongst those Co-heirs: Ralph Basset of Sapcote " was of a younger Branch of the Family of Bassett of " Drayton: His Son Simon was never summoned to l Dugd.382. " Parliament: His Grandson Ralph was summoned Subscribers-only content

    29 March 1824, 29 March 1824

    to which George Heneage Walker Heneage, and others, are Respondents; setting forth, " That John " Walker Heneage, late ofCompton Bassett, in the County " of Wilts, Esquire, deceased, at the Time of making his ** Will, and of his Subscribers-only content


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