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You searched for: Place: Beckhampton, Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Avebury Avebury and East Kennett c. 1840

    229 Beckhampton manor was held of John Wroughton in 1463 . 230 Before 1485 the lordship passed to Fotheringhay college, the overlord in 1495 . 231 Hilary of Beckhampton held Beckhampton c . 1190, 232 as did Hamon of Beckhampton

    Parishes Winterbourne Bassett The Winterbournes in the early 19th century

    16th century. 3 In the 17th century lands and tithes from Stanmore , formerly a detached but tithable part of Beckhampton chapelry in Avebury , passed to the lord of Winterbourne Bassett manor and the rector of Winterbourne Bassett respectively,


    Bincknoll Beckhampton : Hamon of, 95 Hilary of, 95-6 John of, 95 Ric. of, 95 Beckhampton (in Avebury ), 62-3, 66, 86, 89-92, 96, 98, 101-2, 184 agric., 99-100 Beckhampton club, 91 Beckhampton Ho ., 91, 100; and see Beckhampton

    Blackland Blackland c . 1844 St. Peter's Church from the south-east in 1806

    to a stud farm and sold it in 1928 to Frederick Darling (d. 1953), a racehorse trainer with stables at Beckhampton , in Avebury . In 1934 Darl ing bought an adjoining 37 a., and in 1953 his executors sold

    Roads Turnpike roads

    to Chippenham and then passing through Bradford . 24 The road to Bath branching from the Bristo l road at Beckhampton was marked as a secondary road; it was this road, however, which the early coaches followed and which later

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the Forest and Albert Victor, who ran a dead heat for second place, close, up with them being the Beckhampton colt, who materially improved apon his Lansdowne form. (trend Coup. snother performer at Bath, broke down at at Tattenhani Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    winner of the race, and her victory I he immensely popular. I certainly prefer her &e to that of Butterfly. Beckhampton is not Ithat bapprehend any danger from, and even d iurznon prove successful at Derby next week uld not Subscribers-only content

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    Lord William Beresford. The highly-tried Racing Cup did not take part in the Coventry Stakes, in which Good Mormnin compensated Beckhampton for the Epsom fiasco, although with Lester Beiff rather over- confident the issue was cut unnecessarily fine. I GaJicia Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sporting Life (Auru-r), Becihampton or Redstone; (Man on the Spot). Beclkhamerton. Sporting Chronicle (Kettledrum), Selected. Standard. Boy of Egrenticnd and Beckhampton. Daily Neows, Bay of Egremond. London Mail, Silverpoint. Moru:ng Herald. Bocoihampton. Morning Advertiser, Bridge E Mcypell Welter Handicap Plate Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    borne by the leniently-bandi- a capped Chypre, who has wintered *well, and has a cleared out the best of the Beckhampton horses. e Bondsmau, who was not backed on the only occa- s sion he appeared last year, is said Subscribers-only content

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