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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Augustinian canons The abbey of Oseney

    or four of the canons in any of its rectories; 21 but this custom, if ever followed, was soon discarded, Bibury in Gloucestershire and Kiltevenan in Ireland being the only churches that were served by canons; finally in 1481 the

    Winstone Manors and other estates

    Two 18th-century barns survive among the out-buildings. Dom. Bk . (Rec. Com.), i. 169v.-70 The manor of Winson , in Bibury , was also held by Ansfrid de Cormeilles in 1086 and considerable confusion between the two manors has arisen:

    Parishes Coln St. Dennis

    separate portions, to Hugh Westwood 37 of Chedworth , the founder of Northleach grammar school and of the almshouses at Bibury . 38 In 1542 the Crown granted the freehold to William Sharington, 39 who sold the manor to Hugh

    Sport

    receive permission to include particulars of the races in the official Calendar . In what year the Bibury Club transferred its meeting from Bibury to the Burford course cannot, by reason of its private character, be ascertained. There is reason

    Parishes Wick Rissington

    not wholly satisfactory rectors culminated with Robert Knollys , rector 1614-41 , who also held the livings of Hampnett and Bibury , 196 and against whom his parishioners of Wick Rissington alleged that he had neither read prayers nor prayed

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pennant, Cardiganshire, shopkeeper. .. Tu eeil, Tenterden,'Kent, draper. r. CIhandler, Breedan, Worcestershire, weaver. p. potter, Uikeston, Derbyshire, tallow-ohandler- T. DaVis, Bibury, Gloucestershire, dealer. IV. Brown, Milford, Pernbrokeshire, sail-maker. J. Davis, Bristol, tanter. C. Flawet, York, vintner. -. . N'iciolsou, Plymouth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . . . . 1,226 9 I1 1 122 Barwick in Elmet Yorkshire . . 1,352 33 3 16 135 Bibury. Gloacestershire 1,023 13 1 6 102 Bingham . . Nottinghamshire 1,0s 44 4 8 150 Bothall . ... . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    have known the Princess Bariatinski since she was twelve years of age. In the autumn of 1830 she came from Bibury, Lord Sherborne's seat. She would, up to the month of Novem- ber, get into the carriage with a low Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    On the 5th inst., at Brixton place, Brixton, Mrs H enry Knight, of a son. On the 5th inst., at Bibury, the wife of the R1ev. Henry Ssaow, of a daughtet. On the 5th inst., at Leytonstone, mlrs T. Renolds Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    reputation of being among the most pleasant of the season. Stockbridge, for all the decline in the popularity of the Bibury Club and the almost total extinction of the race of "gentlemen riders," always has been, and still is, one Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    25 February 1767, 25 February 1767

    " monable Places within the Parifli of Bibury, and " Manors of Bibury Ofney, and Bibury Northumberland, " and the Hamlet or Vill of Arlington, all in the faid " Parifh of Bibury, in the County of Glouceßer;" to which Subscribers-only content

    25 February 1767, 25 February 1767

    Commonable Places within the Parilh of " Bibury, and Manors of Bibury Offney, and Bibury Nor- " thumberland, and the Hamlet or Vill of Arlington, all " in the faid PariÖi of Bibury, in the County of Glcu- " ceßer." Subscribers-only content

    2 March 1767, 2 March 1767

    and Commonable Places within the Parifli " of Bibury, and Manors of Bibury Qfney and Bibury " Northumberland, and the Hamlet or Vill of Arlington, " all in the faid Parifli of Bibury, in the County of " Gloucefler." Ordered, Subscribers-only content

    5 March 1767, 5 March 1767

    and Commonable Places within the Parifli " of Bibury, and Manors of Bibury Oßney and Bibury tC Northumberland, and the Llamlet or Vill of Arlington, " all in the laid Parifh of Bibury, in the County of " Gloucester," was Subscribers-only content

    9 March 1767, 9 March 1767

    Commonable Places, within the Parifli of " Bibury, and Manors of Bibury Qjfhey and Bibury Nor- " thumberland, and the Hamlet or Vill of Arlington, «f all in the faid Parifh of Bibury, in the County of " Gloucefler." Eenith Subscribers-only content

 

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