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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hermitage The 'Priory' hermitage of Blackmoor

    hermitage of Blackmoor HERMITAGE 18. THE 'PRIORY HERMITAGE ' OF BLACKMOOR 1 Obscure though the early history of this house is it may reasonably be assumed that, originally a hermit settlement in the heart of the forest of Blackmoor ,

    Cannington Local government

    between the four tithings of Cannington , Chilton , Combwich , and Rodway . 36 Blackmoor , however, was said to be in Adscombe tithing in 1389 . 37 Orchard tithing, recorded in 1455 , 38 may have been an

    The parish of Selborne

    the village are mostly modern, but opposite the lodge gates of Blackmoor House are two quaint half-timbered and thatched cottages certainly belonging to the seventeenth century. MANOR BLACKMOORBLACKMOOR was part of the ancient demesne of the crown as pertaining

    Selborne hundred Index map and introduction INDEX MAP to the HUNDRED of SELBORNE

    and the west part of East Tisted , including Rotherfield Park , and on the east Oakhanger , Oakwood , Blackmoor , and Woolmer, are included in Alton hundred. 5 In another map of about the same date Faringdon was

    Cannington Manors and other estates Plan of Cannington Court

    on pilasters. BLACKMOOR was held by Aelfric in 1066 and by Ansketil of Roger de Courcelles in 1086 . 15 In the late 12th century Geoffrey of Durleigh confirmed a grant by his father Durand of land at Blackmoor to

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SALMAN, Robert, of Calne, Wilts.

    1414 Calne 1417 Ofifces Held Commr. of arrest, Wilts. June 1408. Ofifces Held Verderer of the forests of Pewsham and Blackmoor, Wilts. bef. June 1430. Biography Probably a relation of a namesake who, while living at Heddington, three miles south

    CAPLYN, John (by 1516-68/70), of Southampton.

    in the closing years of Henry VIII’s reign a purchase made by him was referred to the stannary court at Blackmoor. During the 1540s he was frequently in Cornwall on official, as well as private, business, and his service under

    MORE, Nicholas, of Wells, Som.

    had been granted Margaret’s wardship and marriage along with custody of her inheritance (two messuages, a watermill and land in Blackmoor, Ashbrittle and Atherstone), had sold these to Richard Cressebien, who now alleged that although he had offered the girl

    HALSWELL, Nicholas (c.1510-64), of Halswell and Goathurst, Som.

    plate and household stuff and a considerable amount of livestock. In return, she was to assure her own manor of Blackmoor and lands in Cannington to their son and heir, Robert. The three younger sons were provided with leases, annuities

    BAYNTON, Sir Edward (by 1495-1544), of Bromham, Wilts.

    warden aft. Jan. 1538; doorward, Devizes castle, keeper, Devizes park, steward, lordships of Marlborough, Rowde and Devizes, lt., Pewsham and Blackmoor forest, Wilts. 1526; steward, Malmesbury abbey, Wilts. by 1531-5 or later; keeper, borough of Old Sarum 1531; warden, Chippenham

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BMuch, Liverpool, merchant-March 4, T. Birns, Deigitton, Otuddersfield, Yorkshire, iron merchant-March 4, W. Moore, Bradford, Yorkshire, innkeeper-March 4, E. France, Blackmoor Foot, near Linthwaite, Yorkshire, joiner and cabinet maker-March 4, J. B. Sharp, Bisgley, Yorkshire, worsted spinner-March 4, J. Ainley, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    simple means; the poetical harmonies, so to speak,-as in the relation to each other of some of the scenes in Blackmoor farm, or at its gate, or on the moor. The development of character, again, is natural although artistic. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    anly English ground whatever; that the honey- buzzard has deserted Selborne Hanger, and the raven is no more found on Blackmoor; that the chough no longer breeds on the sides of Beachy Head. It is consoling to find, how- ever, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    property was found upon him when apprehended in Liverpool. On the 22nd of March he assisted in a burglary at Blackmoor, near Leeds, in the house of Mr. Thomas Shires, farmer. On the day previous he was at Manor Heath, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    20 July 1831, 20 July 1831

    ^.1831, Vale of Blackmoor Roads Bill. " the Roads from Liverpool to Prescot, Ashton and <( Warrington, in the County Palatine of Lancaster¦." Ordered, That the said Bill be committed to the Consideration of the Lords Committees aforenamed: Their Lordships, Subscribers-only content

    25 July 1831, 25 July 1831

    Earl of Shaftesbury made the like Report from Vaje of the Lords Committees, to whom the Bill, intituled, " An Blackmoor '¦' Act to continue and amend an Act of the Fifth Year Roads Biii. " of His late Majesty, Subscribers-only content

    26 July 1831, 26 July 1831

    Roads Bill: &c. Bill. Rothbury Inclosure Bill: Kirkby-in- Kendal In¬ closure Bill a me, rs Liverpool Roads Bill: Vale of Blackmoor Roads Bill: e- in Hodie 3a vice lecta est Billa, intituled, " An Act to amend an Act of Subscribers-only content

    30 July 1831, 30 July 1831

    " and other Roads, in the Counties of Dorset and " Somerset, so far as relates to the Vale of Blackmoor " Turnpike Roads:" " An Act for making and main- " taining a Turnpike Road from the South End Subscribers-only content

    Index, 20 October 1831

    State or Interest of the Parties since the Proceedings on the former 5 Athenry; Vide Athenry. Blackmoor, Vale of, Road Bill; Vide Vale of Blackmoor. Bloomfield, Lord ; Claim of, to vote at Elections of Peers for Ireland; Vide Ireland. Subscribers-only content


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