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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Index A-J

    Somerset , Mary Beconsall , Rob., Bedwyn , Great, plate adv., agric., alehos., Bedwyn Brail , see Bedwyn Brails bailiwick Bedwyn Brails bailiwick, q.v . Bedwyn common, woodland, Bewley Farm, and see (s.v. Bedwyn , Great) farms: Bewley farm Bloxham

    The Commons of Wiltshire in medieval parliaments

    constituencies begin to be revived. Bedwyn , Calne , Chippenham , Downton , Ludgershall , and Old Salisbury were all summoned again in 1360 -1 and all but Bedwyn and Ludgershall were represented. Men from Bedwyn sat in the Parliament

    Great Bedwyn GREAT BEDWYN c 1820 No. 12 Farm Lane The Old Barn At Wolfhall The Column Erected In 1781 The Neoclassical Greenhouse St. Nicholas's Church, Built In 1844

    Great Bedwyn Great Bedwyn GREAT BEDWYN c 1820 Great Bedwyn village stands 10 km. south-east of Marlborough and 7 km. south-west of Hungerford ( Berks .). 1 In the Middle Ages Great Bedwyn parish apparently consisted of most of what

    Index K-Z

    of, see Mortimer Margaret , ctss. of Richmond , market gardening , market house , see Bedwyn , Great markets , see Andover ; Bedwyn , Great; Grafton , East; Hungerford ; Marlborough ; Pewsey Marlborough , Alf. of, Marlborough

    Parliamentary history 1689-1832

    Bedwyn between 1702 and 1832 . Bruces were elected for these boroughs for the first time since 1689 in 1702 , when Lord Ailesbury's brothers, James and Robert Bruce , r epresented Bedwyn and Marlborough respectively. James's partner at

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    COMBE, John, of Great Bedwyn, Wilts.

    COMBE, John, of Great Bedwyn, Wilts. Constituency Dates Great Bedwyn Jan. 1380 Great Bedwyn Feb 1383 Great Bedwyn Nov. 1384 Great Bedwyn 1386 Great Bedwyn Jan. 1390 Biography A resident burgess of Bedwyn, Combe contributed 4d. - the lowest possible

    HOMMEDIEUX, Maurice.

    Maurice. Constituency Dates Great Bedwyn Dec. 1421 Biography Coming from an old-established local family, of which various members had served as foresters of Savernake, Maurice was perhaps a descendant of either Nicholas Hommedieux, MP for Bedwyn in 1362, or John

    PLOMER, William I, of Great Bedwyn, Wilts.

    William I, of Great Bedwyn, Wilts. Constituency Dates Great Bedwyn May 1382 Great Bedwyn Oct. 1382 Great Bedwyn Oct. 1383 Great Bedwyn Nov. 1384 Great Bedwyn 1385 Great Bedwyn Jan. 1390 Biography A resident burgess of Bedwyn, Plomer, whose name

    STUART, John, Lord Doune (1768-91).

    STUART, John, Lord Doune (1768-91). Constituency Dates Great Bedwyn 1790 6 July 1791 Biography Lord Doune was returned for the 1st Earl of Ailesbury’s borough of Bedwyn, but died 9 July 1791 at Drumsheugh, his father’s seat in Scotland, without

    STONEHOUSE, Francis (1653-1738), of Stock House, Great Bedwyn, Wilts.

    STONEHOUSE, Francis (1653-1738), of Stock House, Great Bedwyn, Wilts. Constituency Dates Great Bedwyn Mar. 1679 Jan. 1681 Great Bedwyn 19 Nov. 1694 1705 Biography At first glance a picture of inconstancy in his politics, Stonehouse was probably a Whig at

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Llangybi. ROBERTS-GRIFFITHS.-Ar y 23ain cynilsol, yn Jeru- salem, Llanerchyrnedd, gaun y Parch. J. Pritchard, Joseph Roberts, Tanygrisiau. Ffestiniog (gynt a Bedwyn Isaf, Llanfairtalhaiarn) :t Margaret Griffith, merch hynaf Mrs. Owen Griffith, Ty'nynant. Amlwbh. MX RWOLAETHAU. DAVIFES.-Ar yr '23ain cynfisol. bn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ihis dreati the hounds wvill not meet for somei time to come. Acurious faet bas been brought to light at Bedwyn, Wilts, WhesO an enmpty coffin was interred ill the parish churchyard by the clergyman, vith a religious service, the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Has nallural- abilities, lint little experience, and would if required pay, moderate premium.-J. G., care of Mr. IV. Evans, Groat Bedwyn, Hunger- .ford. c64Rf 'YEDICAIL-An M.D.. staying fortoight in Birmingham from - AfL 24th praxioso, would like Locamn Teoiens.-Address, 791, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to have been com- I mitted on the same journey between Hungerford and Greet. Bedwyn, the complainant being. Miss Abery, daughter of the postmaster at Great Bedwyn. Miss ;Abery is-employed as a telegraph clerk in the Hunger- ford Eost Office, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bedwyne " erks, was charged oithos gross assault on Fanny Clara Ahery, w"-lse travelwrs (on the Great Western Sailway betweea Bedwyn and Hungeriord. At the coclusion of the evidence for the t defence the jury returned a verdict of w Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Peers and baronets., 1872

    Clive , Visct Ludlow . Bureell, Waltee Sussex . Clive , Hon. Robeet H. Ludlow . Buxton , John Jacob Bedwyn . Olive, Edwaed B. Hereford . Buxton , Thomas Fowell Weymouth . Montgomery . Byng, Geoege Middlesex . Cockburn Subscribers-only content

    Peers and baronets., 1872

    . Yorkshire . Beading. Peeblesshire. Dublin . Monmouthshire. Brecon. Banffshire. St. Mawes. Morpeth . Flintshire. Donegalshire. Derbyshire . Boroughbridge . Perthshire . Carnarvonshire. Waterford . Bedwyn . Butland . Malton . Milborne Port . Heytesbury . Guildford . Aylesbury . Subscribers-only content

    An epitome of the antiquity, history, and claims of the Military Knights of Windsor., 1845

    and all the tithes of Bedwyn , Stoke , WTilton, Harden , Harden -Tunrige, Knoll , Pathall, Thisbury, East Grafton , West Grafton , Grafton Marten , and Wexcombe , parcel of the Prebend of Bedwyn in that county; as Subscribers-only content

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