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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Cumnor

    The church of St. Peter is at the south end of the village street. There is also a Methodist chapel. Blagrove Farm, which lies to the south-east and is reached by a footpath from the village, was the resid ence

    Parishes Street

    area of 51 a. of arable in the east field called Blagrove and 171 a. of arable in the west field called Leigholt, and 30 a. of pasture called Blagrove which appear to have been former woodland. At the same

    Eynsham Other estates

    he bought from the trustees of James Duberley , lord of the manor, a freehold farm of 164 a. ( Blagrove 's) worked from the later Redthorn House in Mill Street . He also bought freehold and copyhold land, including

    Parishes Wyrardisbury or Wraysbury

    John Simon . 86 He alienated the manor to John Blagrove of Cardiff Hall , Jamaica , who held his first court in 1807 . 87 The trustees for Blagrove 's daughters and co-heirs held a court in June 1828

    Eynsham Buildings Eynsham

    century it belonged to the Devalls 10 but later passed to the manorial lords and in 1801 was sold, as Blagrove 's Farm, to W. E. Taunton , who soon afterwards sold to the Swanns. 11 In the mid 19th

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fligh Parkin, Esq. only son of A. Parkin, Esq. Soli- citor to tle Pot-foftice, to Mary Charlotte, fourth daugtgter of.'- Blagrove, EFaq. ofAntkerwyke-tionnse, B deks. Nov. 26, Charles P. Cooper, Enq. of Littrn'ls-'Inn, Barrister- at-Law, to Frances, daughter of R. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    two bloekheads, who thought proper to hiss the performance. A solo of Mayseder was played on the violin by young Blagrove, in such a manner as to give promise of the highest excellence. Hummel played a fantasia on the Indian Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bloscheles, M,,ri, and LiTadley, with Orchestral accompaniments; and MB o rer's celebrated Conceltante for fosr Violis, by Messrs Mio, Wolff, Blagrove, and Eliasou. Mr Moscheles will play, for the first time, hs new MS., Concerto Pothetiqu, (first niventelat); a Brilliant Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Midsummer Aright's Dream, a composition ot tire most picture-que kind, abounding it tire truest poetry rlf mus c. The young Blagrove, with an excellent party, includirg Watts and Liiidley, piaved Mozart's lively quivitett in E flat in a highly finished Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in C, No. 6 -Mozart. Aria, ' Parto!' Mademoiselle Placci (La Cle- Smnza di Tito) -Mozart. Second Concertino, violin, Mr Blagrove - Mayseder. Duet, ' She blooms a fiow'ret,' Mr Hobbs and Mr Phillips (Jessonda) Spohr. Overture (Faniska) - - Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, B, 01 December 1702-31 December 1703

    Blackwall , H.M. ship, 737. Blackwater Swamp (Va.), 914, 981, 981 xii., 1176 iv. Bladen , William, 1031, 1061, 1190. Blagrove , Nathaniel, 433, 739, 929. Blair , James, Commissary (Va.), 103, 127, 944, p. 657. -, -, document signed

    General Index, B, 05 July 1613-03 July 1615

    340 Blackson , Robert, 45 -, Thomas, 45 Blackwall , 33, 323 Blackwell , Francis, 218 Blackwith , David, 80 Blagrove , John, 57 Blague , Cornwallis, 50, 325 -, John, 124 -, Mr., 324 Blake , Bartholomew, 219 -,

    Warrants, Letters, etc., 1742, April-June, 01 April 1742-29 June 1742

    Cumwood-y-Perveth, all in Llanbadarnfawr, co. Cardigan. Crown Lease Book VI. p. 139. Same to same from John Dalby and Antho. Blagrove. For extension of lease of the Ort and other lands and premises at Reading, Berks. Ibid. April 27 Treasury

    General Index, B, 16 May 1612-06 May 1614

    of the, 119, 318 Blackson , Richard, 331 Blackwall , 362 Blackwell , William, xv, 35 See also Blackman. Blagrave (Blagrove) -, Richard, 61 -, William, 414 Blague (Blage) -, Edmund, 297 -, Margery, 264 -, Mary, 324 -, Thomas,

    Sessions, 1613, 23 and 26 March, 20 October 1612-28 March 1613

    and six towels worth 2s. belonging to the said Lady Susan. Both not guilty. Delivered by proclamation. Prosecutors: Richard Blagrave [Blagrove ] , gentleman, and Thomas Thistlethwayte [Thesellthaute ] , yeoman, both of the same; both to give evidence also

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    9 May 1776, 9 May 1776

    Open and Common Fields, Downs, " and Commonable Grounds, in the Tythings or Liber¬ ties of Eaflbury, otherwife Ißury, and Blagrove, in the *• Parifh of Chipping Lamborne, in the County of Berks-" to which they defire the Concurrence of Subscribers-only content

    10 May 1776, 10 May 1776

    and Common " Fields, Downs, and Commonable Grounds, in the " Tithings or Liberties of Eafibury, otherwife Ißury, " and Blagrove, in the Parifh of Chipping Lamborne, in " the County of Berks." Ordered, That the faid Bill be committed Subscribers-only content

    14 May 1776, 14 May 1776

    Operand Common " Fields, Downs, and Commonable Grounds, in the " Tithings or Liberties of Erftbury, otherwife Ifiury, " and Blagrove, in the Parifh of Chipping Lamborne, in «« the County of Berks ;" was committed : " That they Subscribers-only content

    21 May 1776, 21 May 1776

    and Common Fields, Downs, " and Commonable Grounds, in the Tithings or Li- " berties of Eaflbury, otherwife Ifbury, and Blagrove, " in the Parifh of Chipping Lamborne, in the County of " Berks." " An Aft for dividing and Subscribers-only content

    21 May 1776, 21 May 1776

    Open and Common Fields, Downs, and Commonable " Grounds, in the Tythings or Liberties of Eaftbury, " otherwife IJbury, and Blagrove, in the Parifh of Chip- " ping Lamborne, in the County of Berks." **. 30. An A£l for dividing Subscribers-only content

 

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