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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Sunningwell

    hamlet of Bayworth , passing a quarry mentioned in 1436 -7. 13 Bayworth was the residence of the Baskerville family in the 17th and 18th centuries, but their mansion-house is no longer in existence. The first Baskerville of Bayworth was

    Parishes Chilton

    the Paynels and was held in the first half of the 14th century by John Paynel. 52 The manor of Bayworth , which was also held by John Paynel, was granted by him in 1324 to his uncle Hugh Paynel,

    Parishes Seacourt

    25 Edw. I , no. 2. In 1313 he conveyed the lands which had been held by the Seacourts in Bayworth (q.v.) to Richard de Polhampton. They were then held by Richard de Shupene and Mariota his wife for life

    Parishes Preston Bissett

    [Mauger ] de Cowley 81 of a messuage and lands. 82 In 1258 Mauger de Cowley combined with Henry de Bayworth (who in 1252 had acquired a carucate of land in Cowley from Roger de Gray 83 ) to bring

    Houses of Benedictine nuns The priory of Littlemore

    de Sandford granted 10 s . a year from Wytham , Berkshire ; 6 the priory also held tithes in Bayworth (in the parish of Sunningwell ), and Lambourn , Berkshire ; land in Sydenham , and Garsington , Oxon

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WOOD, William I, of Newbury, Berks.

    Abingdon abbey, and in the following year they obtained a royal licence to alienate to the abbey the manor of Bayworth and other premises, the purpose of the grant being to provide daily services for the welfare of the abbot

    CHILDREY, Thomas (c.1350-1407), of Childrey, Berks.

    Hockwell in Hertfordshire, which she held jointly with her husband. In 1390 the Childreys conveyed to trustees Elizabeth’s manor of Bayworth in Sunningwell, in order that it might be granted to Abingdon abbey for the purpose of maintaining a monk

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    10 February 1723, 10 February 1724

    of Sir J^oZw Stonhoufe Joa,-?"'J, ronet, Lord of the Manor and Patron of the Parifh l°"v Church of SunningHJsell cum Bayworth, in the County of BllL Berks, and the Reverend Mr. Jo^/z Pehyfion Re'ftor of the faid Parifh, Chriflopher Blower, Subscribers-only content

    11 February 1723, 11 February 1724

    vice leela eft Billa, intituled, " An " to enclofe the Common Fields and Commons of Sun- " ningwell cum Bayworth, in the County of Berks." The Houfe (according to Order) proceeded to take into further Confideration the Petition of Subscribers-only content

    15 February 1723, 15 February 1724

    One Thoufand Seven Hundred Twenty-four." Sunningwell Commons to enclofe, BUI. Hodie 2a vice leela eji Billa, intituled, " An A£t to enclofe the Common Fields and Commons of Sun- ingwell cum Bayworth, in the County of Berks." Vol. Uu DIE Subscribers-only content

    28 February 1723, 28 February 1724

    to whom the Bill, intituled, " An Adi: to enclofe " the Common Fields and Commons of Suningwell cumB'M " Bayworth, in the County of Berks," was committed : " That they had gone through the faid Bill; and made Subscribers-only content

    3 March 1723, 3 March 1724

    lefta eft Billa, intituled, " An Aft to " enclofe the Common Fields and Commons of Sunning- " well cum Bayworth, in the County of Berks." The Queftion was put, " Whether this Bill Ihall " pafs?" It was Refolved Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    closed with service in the church, when) Dr. Berry, of Wolverhampton, preached to a large congregation. A VERY SAD CASEM-Alberb Bayworth Thuriburn (52), an M.A. of Cambridge University, and at one time assistant mathematical master at King Edward's School, was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THEFT BY A NWAEl TATLORrAt Rutland Quarter Sessions, yesterday, Thomas Yates (62), tailor, Newark, was sentenced to four months' hard laboir for stealing a money-box and £10, the property of J. T. Bayworth, Rykhal, with whom be Lad been lodgine. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    line, by which a fine young woman, in her 23d year, met with almost instantaneous death. The train which leaves Bayworth, a village about ten miles to the north-west of Leicester, at 6 P.m. arriving at Leicester at seven, consisted Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    above excellent Stock. Catalogues of Messrs. King and Adkin, Auctioneers and , at Agricultural Valuers, Vantage end Abingdon. 'L. aruy "BAYWORTH" FARRM , SUNNINGWELL, i, J. About reidwr(kr bethieen O.rford arid Abbrydon. d) A. Messrs. RING and ADRIN from A Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his late ef employer, Mr. George Parker, for leaving his service w without leavc.-The ease was dismissed. Frunk East, of Bayworth, was summoned by Mr' thi Thomas Lasntiig, a farmerof thesame place, fora similar oiffeoe.-Defendant it appears left the team Subscribers-only content

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