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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Colleges Marwell

    an annual gift of fifty quarters of grain. This was to be given by the rector of the church of Bishopstoke on the five feasts of St. Michael , St. Nicholas, the Purification, SS. Philip and James, and SS. Peter

    Parishes Bishopstoke

    Parishes BishopstokeBISHOPSTOKE Stoke, Stoches (xi cent.). The parish of Bishopstoke , as originally constituted, covered about 3,430 acres of land rising from west to east from the arable lands round Great and Little Eastley farms, a height of 40

    The hundred of Fawley with the Liberty of Alresford Introduction INDEX MAP to the HUNDRED of FAWLEY and the LIBERTY of ALRESFORD

    LIBERTY OF ALRESFORD CONTAINING THE PARISHES OF OLD ALRESFORD KILMESTON TICHBORNE AVINGTON MARTYR WORTHY WITH CHILLAND TWYFORD BISHOPSTOKE WEST MEON CHERITON WITH BEAU- WORTH MEDSTED WIELD MORESTEAD WINNALL 1 CHILCOMB OVINGTON EASTON OWSLEBURY WITH BAYBRIDGE THE LIBERTY OF ALRESFORD EXTON

    Parishes Otterbourne

    into an aqueduct, runs down to Allbrook , and after taking a circuitous course to the east goes south to Bishopstoke , and thence to Southampton Water . Allbrook itself, once a hamlet of only one or two cottages, has

    Railways

    on that through Bishopstoke , was sanctioned in 1848 . 35 This left the L. & S.W.R. near Basingstoke and followed a course slightly west of Stephenson's 1837 route through Andover and Grateley to join the Bishopstoke branch just outside

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thus proved. The experiment had no been before tried until 72 miles were completed, when ,he apparatus was applied at Bishopstoke about a fort.- night back. In Mr Wheatstone's experiments no per- ceptible time was occupied in transmission. Among many Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the magistrates, aldermen, and councillors of the borough were also invited. The party from London left the railway at the Bishopstoke station, and forming an immense cavalcade, proceeded from thence in procession till it reached Southampton, where, at the entrance Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    left Portsmouth on Sunday evening, at seven o'clock, comprising sixteen carriages, containing about 700 persons, met with an accident at Bishopstoke. It appears that the three last carriages, comprising, a third class and first class, and the guard's van, on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    causing the death of an excursionist, occurred on Monday at Bishopstoke. An excursion train left Salisbury that morning for Southampton and Portsmouth, calling at the intermediate stations. On arriving at Bishopstoke it was necessary to detach thb carriages in order Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    went to Basingstoke, and next day walked to Winchester, a distance of eighteen miles The day following he proceeded to Bishopstoke, and thence to Southampton, Gosport, and Portsmouth, and remained in the neighbourhood of Portsmouth till the 29th of Januay Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, B, 01 October 1594-31 December 1595

    50, 51, 79, 84, 92, 106, 107, 122, 148, 177, 210, 215, 250, 254, 291, 333. in commendam , 369. Bishopstoke (Stoke Episcopi), farm of, 55. Bishopthorpe , letter dated at, 226, 505. Bislick (Bislike), in Cleves, 328. letter dated

    Index, S, 01 October 1594-31 December 1595

    Florence, 438. Stockes , John, 355. Stode . See Stade. Stoke , letter dated at, 503. Stoke Episcopi . See Bishopstoke. Stone , Mr., schoolmaster to the Lord Admiral's sons, 194. Stonecrafte , in Northumberland, 460. Stonehouse ferry , near

    Henry VIII, November 1530, 21-30, 01 November 1530-30 November 1530

    Hants; same date, John Hurte, to the rectory of Upham, ibid.; 26 Nov. 1530, Wm. Ermyght, to the rectory of Bishopstoke. R. O. 17. Indenture between Wolsey and the town of Beverley, by which the burgesses having obtained Wolsey's pardon

    Volume G 247, April 1648, 01 April 1648-30 April 1648

    in arms. Rob. Cully, in arms, poor. Ann Godwin, R. Wirral Tything. Wm. Say, in arms. Wm. Beacham, in arms. Bishopstoke Tything. Sir Edw. Ford, in arms. Rich. Stubington, R. Thos. Butcher, R. Ouselbury. Sir John Arundel, in arms, and Subscribers-only content

    Cases before the Committee, November 21st-30th, 1645, 16 November 1645-30 November 1645

    begs reference to counsel of his title to the manor of Barton Peverell, and messuages and lands called Barton Peverell, Bishopstoke, & c., co. Hants, purchased by his father in Easter term, 12 Car., of Henry Philpott, then of Thruxton, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    26 June 1820, 26 June 1820

    Open and Common Meadows in the " Parishes of Bishopstoke and South Stoneham, in the " County of Southampton, and certain Commonable and " Waste Lands in the Manors orTithings of Bishopstoke, " Great Allington, Little AUington, and the Honor Subscribers-only content

    27 June 1820, 27 June 1820

    adjourn as they please. i Bishopstoke, Hodie 2a vice lecta est Billa, intituled, " An Act for &c. Inelosure « allotting and inclosing certain Open and Common Mea- " dows in the Parishes of Bishopstoke and South Stoneham, " in Subscribers-only content

    28 June 1820, 28 June 1820

    and Common Meadows " in the Parishes of Bishopstoke and South Stoneham, in " the County of Southampton, and certain Commonable and " Waste Lands in the Manors or Tithings of Bishopstoke, " Great Allington, Little Allington, and the Honor Subscribers-only content

    30 June 1820, 30 June 1820

    Common " Meadows in the Parishes of Bishopstoke and South " Stoneham, in the County of Southampton, and certain " Commonable and Waste Lands in the Manors or Ti- " things of Bishopstoke, Great Allington, Little Allington, " and the Subscribers-only content

    4 July 1820, 4 July 1820

    and Common Meadows in the Parishes " of Bishopstoke and South Stoneham, in the County of " Southampton, and certain Commonable and Waste " Lands in the Manors or Tithings of Bishopstoke, " Great Allington, Little Allington, and the Honour Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Thomas Fygge, 8/12/1556

    Fygge Forename Thomas Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason (Other) Date 8/12/1556 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Bishopstoke// OTHER INFORMATION Source HRO, 21M65 A1/25 (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction White, John/Winchester 1556- 1559 Comment or Atkyns,(Emden); also chaplain

    William Armytt, 20/10/1545

    DETAIL Surname Armytt Forename William Title Mr Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason natural death Date 20/10/1545 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Bishopstoke// OTHER INFORMATION Source HRO, 21M65 A1/23 (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Gardiner, Stephen/Winchester 1553- 1555 Comment

    Thomas White, 26/6/1551

    White Forename Thomas Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason natural death Date 26/6/1551 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Bishopstoke// OTHER INFORMATION Source HRO, 21M65 A1/24 (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Ponet, John/Winchester 1551- 1553 Comment Bishop of Ossory

    Thomas Jeffrys, 14/1/1605

    Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Jeffrys Forename Thomas Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason resignation Date 14/1/1605 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Bishopstoke// OTHER INFORMATION Source HRO, 21M65 A1/29 (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Bilson, Thomas/Winchester 1597- 1616 Comment

    Thomas Jeffris, 1/11/1573

    Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Jeffris Forename Thomas Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason resignation Date 1/11/1573 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Bishopstoke// OTHER INFORMATION Source HRO, 21M65 A1/26 (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Horne, Robert/Winchester 1561- 1580 Comment

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BUTTON, William II (1526-91), of Alton Priors, Wilts.

    was left out of the will and William was named sole executor and residuary legatee. Button was buried, as he had asked to be, at Alton Priors, and brasses were set up to his memory there and at Bishopstoke, Hampshire.[footnote]

 

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