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  • * Victoria County History *

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    House of Knights Hospitallers The preceptory of Quenington

    7 s . 11/2 d . 8 The possessions of the preceptory included the manors of Quenington , Wishanger , Baunton , Calmsden and Hampenne in Gloucestershire ; of Bradwell , Gosford , Sutton , and Clanfield in Oxfordshire ;

    Harrow , including Pinner Harrow church

    the welfare of the poor. 41 Some, like Elias of Dereham ( c . 1205 to 1242) 42 or William Baunton ( 1390 to 1396) 43 became rector for their services as the archbishop's steward. Others, like Simon Offeham (

    Index A-J

    1326), Ralph (fl. 1326), Ralph (fl. 1355), Thos., fam., Bastian & Allen Ltd. , baths , public, see swimming pools Baunton , Wm., Rector of Harrow , Baxter, H. , Beaconsfield (Bucks.) , Beasley , Thos., Beauchamp , Ric., Bp.

    Milborne Port Milborne Port in 1839 Seal of Milborne-Port .

    a dwelling named the Cupola on a leasehold site. 22 Nineteenth-century workers' housing included Russell Place ( 1867 ) and Baunton 's Orchard, both in Kingsbury . 23 Larger private houses, several built by glove manufacturers, include the Knapp (

    Political history

    of the Hundred Rolls ( 1276 ) we can trace all the existing hundreds. They appear in that document as Baunton , Bulingdene, Dorkecestre, Langetre, Thame , Pouwedelowe (Ploughley), Ewelm, Bannebyr, Leukenore, Blokesham, Benefield, Piriton, Chadelington, and Wotton . A

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, B, 01 August 1535-31 December 1535

    1167. Balle , Jas., g. 504 (2). -, Robt., prior of Crutched Friars, 1168. Balnet , John, App. 12. Bampton (Baunton), Devon, 479. Banbury , Oxon, letter dated at, 117. Bangor , bp. of. See Salcot, John. Bangor , bpric.

    Stoke Newington

    to the memory of Thomas Parsons 30 , Esq. citizen of London, 1784; Anne Hamill, widow, his daughter; and Mary Baunton, widow, another daughter. The monument was put up by Jane, wife of Thomas Trundle, a third daughter. On the

    Index, B, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    Baughton , Cumb., I. g. 623 (81). Baumber or Bamburgh (Bawmburgh), Linc., I. g. 623 (4, 13). Baunton , Dors. See Bothenhampton. Baunton (Bawdyngton, Bawnton), Glouc., I. p. 553. Bavaria (Baviera), Duke of, I. 496. Bavaria , Dukes of, I.

    Index, P, Q, R, 01 August 1535-31 December 1535

    221). Peryent , Thos., sheriff of Essex and Herts (1535 36), g. 914 (22). Pester , , 719. Pestersheys , Baunton cum, Devon, 479. Peston , , 150. Peter , , 69. -, Dr. Wm., 741. Peterborough , prior of.

    Henry VIII, May 1543, 11-15, 01 May 1543-31 May 1543

    Thopsham, and a balinger of 15 tons; 7 mariners and fishers. Burtporte, a ballinger of 18 tons, and 14 names: Baunton, Adlyngton and Swyre, 13 names; Abbotes Bery, Langbrydy, and Langton, 18; Sutton, 10. Waymouth and Melcomb : balingers of

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GEORGE, Richard (1562-c.1613), of Baunton, Glos.

    GEORGE, Richard (1562-c.1613), of Baunton, Glos. Constituency Dates Cirencester 1601 Ofifces Held Feodary, Gloucester 1601; commr. to inquire into charitable uses, Gloucester and Glos. 1607. Biography George was lord of the manor of Baunton, an estate derived from and enlarged

    GEORGE, John (1594-1678), of Baunton, Glos. and the Middle Temple.

    (1594-1678), of Baunton, Glos. and the Middle Temple. Constituency Dates Cirencester 1626 Cirencester 1628 Cirencester Apr. 1640 Cirencester Nov. 1640 3 Nov. 1646 Cirencester 1661 Dec. 1678 Ofifces Held Clerk of the wardrobe 1637-d. Ofifces Held J.p. Glos. by 1639-?44,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    William Sanday, Radeliffe- 1-Trent, Kottitigham ; J. J. Godv it, Troy Farm, Sosuerton, Banibury Charles Clarlke, Ashby- de-la-Launde. Lincoln; E. Baunton, Broadway, Dorches- ter ; }rancis 1. Brown, Comptori, Newbury, Berks; John C. Clayden. Radwinter, Saffron Wa'lden, Essex Joseph Beach, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gloucester; 2nd, Robert Garne; 3rd, George Fletcher, Shipton Sollars, near Chleitepham.-11AMS OF ANY OTeR AGE Aax: 1st prize, Thomas Porter, Baunton, near Cirencester; 2nd, Robert Garne, Aldeworth; 3rd, George Fletcher, Shipton Sollars.-PrNe OFs FIVE SitEARLING Ewes: Ist prize, Thomas Walker, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    place being held in the 'former class bh "Mr,. Watkins, of Oinbersley, and Jn the latter by lur. Porter, of Baunton. The class of non.Leicesteri ewees is particularly good.. The judges.tako honourable . notice. of seven out ot the ten Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mes-s-. T. C. S. Kynierslcy, Baunton, Goodrick, and D. Mealius. SnoraLIFTING IN DiGBTII,-Jo0b Faer-el( (15), 20 Court, BMoor Street, ironcaster, and William OMa4field (15), Moor Street, nail cutter, were charged with stealing four pairs of stockings, the property of Charles Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A most brutal murder was commnitted near Wincauton, on Friday night. The perpetrator was Usiiil Baunton, a butcher, living at Bayford, and the victim Eliza Baunton, lis wife. On Friday thoy had been drinking together at the ililage public-house, and Subscribers-only content

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