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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Minstead

    evidently the John referred to in 1348 -9 when Margaret wife of Roger de Bettesthorne of Bisterne died seised of 2 carucates in Bisterne held of the heir of John de Minstead , namely, either Juliane or Thomas. Inq. p.m.

    Parishes Ringwood

    the chapel of the Blessed Mary at Bisterne , endowing it with lands in Bisterne and Poulner . 153 The advowson remained in the hands of th e lord of the manor of Bisterne . 154 In 1535 the clear

    The hundred of Ringwood Index Map to the Hundred of Ringwood

    is treated with Milford in that of Christchurch . Certain parts of Ringwood are not in the hundred. Burley with Bisterne Closes and Burley and Woodgreen , extra-parochial in 1831 , belong to the New Forest . North Ashley is

    Parishes Sock Dennis

    John Berkeley (d. 1428) and Elizabeth his wife settled the property on their son Maurice (later Sir Maurice ), of Bisterne ( Hants ), and Beverstone (Glos.). 74 Sir Maurice died in 1458 leaving Sock and other lands in trust

    Parishes Sedgehill

    Margaret. 60 Margaret married Roger of Bisterne 61 and it is probable that after her death in 1349 her Sedgehill estate descended like one in Minstead ( Hants ) to her son John Bisterne 62 (fl. 1380), to that John's

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MILLS, William (1750-1820), of Bisterne, Hants.

    (1750-1820), of Bisterne, Hants. Constituency Dates St Ives 1790 291796 Coventry 17 May 1805 291812 Ofifces Held Dir. E.I. Co. 1778-85. Ofifces Held Sheriff, Hants 1803-4. Ofifces Held Capt. Christchurch vols. 1794; col. New Forest vol. cav. 1806. Biography Mills

    BETTESTHORNE, John (c.1329-1399), of Bisterne, Hants and Chaddenwick in Mere, Wilts.

    (c.1329-1399), of Bisterne, Hants and Chaddenwick in Mere, Wilts. Constituency Dates Wiltshire Feb 1388 Hampshire Jan. 1390 Ofifces Held Commr. of inquiry, Som., Dorset June 1374 (forfeited goods), Hants July 1376 (extortions of Richard Lyons†), Oct. 1379 (trespasses of soldiers

    MILLS, John (1789-1871), of 22 Hill Street, Mdx and Bisterne, Hants.

    22 Hill Street, Mdx and Bisterne, Hants. Constituency Dates Rochester 1831 1834 Ofifces Held Ensign Coldstream Gds. 1809, lt. and capt. 1814, ret. 1814. Ofifces Held Verderer, New Forest 1820-d.; capt. S. Hants yeoman cav. 1824. Biography Mills was the

    BERKELEY, Sir John I (1352-1428), of Beverstone castle, Glos.

    and Worcestershire - indicates a man of considerable wealth. Indeed, as John Smyth pointed out, the Berkeleys of Beverstone and Bisterne, of whom John was the ‘stock-father ... long flourished in great eminency with opulent possessions, little inferior to this

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Road. Soall Beath. %Tojsa4,t.-Ou the MUth inst., at Derby, Sovhie ll'owler. wvife of AUfre o P. Morgan, of Eyneham Rall, Bisterne. HRat, and eldest and only sorvisiog daughter of tl'e late J. C. Wo0dhil. of E}dg, hooston. Fxrsgm-Oo the 11tb Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The heaviest salmon which has been landed this year from the Hants Avon waas killed the other day on the Bisterne wate:, near Ringwood. It was a fine clean-run fish, and weighed thirty-three pounds. The Dfuke of Leeds, fishing at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Holy Trinityq Broudesleyv; Vicar X of Dartford, Kent-patron, the Bishop of Worcester. X Rev. E. M. Wilkinson, curate of Bisterne; Vicar of Si Milford, Hampshire. Rev. F. C. Williamson, curate of 7t St. Gabriel's, Pimlico; Vicar of Aiohford, near-Staines, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    &T lE MONEY MAIAKET.i I~~ I he 17s 6d again bid for the Balsl (s} for oarly springe- and lBs for Dallube. Ba.llev ste&dy, unclaangedit 10;d 30r &alzz-Fox&ni&n prompt; 18s id <asl;edsteunlers ol ne r crop, xvhicll lrould rome Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Edwin Lovell, Esq. of' a son-On the 17th inst., in the Close, Salisbury, the lady of John Mills, Esq., of' Bisterne o a MARRIED. seon-On the 15th inst., at Duiwich, Mrs. Courage, of a -on-On the 20th inst., at the Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, B

    Besynbe , Besyunbe, Margaret, daughter of John, of Norwich, 487. Betcote. See Bedcote. Betenson , Thomas, clerk, 844. Bettishorne. See Bisterne. Bettys , Bettis, James, 841. -, Robert, butcher, 751. -, Thomas, 353. Betunson , Thomas, clerk, 844. Bevercotes , Subscribers-only content

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