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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Lyneham Lyneham , c. 1773

    called ' Bradenstoke ' by the 12th century. 6 It was here that Bradenstoke Priory was founded in the 12th century. 7 Probably throughout the Middle Ages, and certainly in the earlier 16th century, the name ' Bradenstoke ' seems

    Parishes Seagry

    Rot. Hund . (Rec. Com.), ii (1), 272. Bradenstoke Cart . (W.R.S. xxxv), p. 68. Ibid. p. 69; Bk. of Fees , ii. 730. Rot. Hund . (Rec. Com.), ii (1), 272; Bradenstoke Cart . (W.R.S. xxxv), p. 70. Feud.

    Hospitals St John the Baptist , Wootton Bassett

    of Bradenstoke , 5 miles to the south-west. At the same time Thomas Wroughton , clerk, who had been collated to the hospital by the duke's father, was given licence to grant the house with its endowments to Bradenstoke .

    Parishes North Aston North Aston , 1843

    Bradenstoke priory were virtually the only landowners in the parish by the late 15th century. In 1484 John Anne obtained a 30-year lease of the priory's lands and shortly afterwards began to inclose much of the parish for pasture.


    and flint chequer-work. LESSER ESTATES. The small estate granted to Bradenstoke Priory by the earls of Salisbury was held by the priory until the Dissolution. In 1409 property of Bradenstoke in Wilsford was being leased to the Prebendary of Wilsford

  • * British History Online * *

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    Henry VIII, November 1536, 11-15, 11 November 1536-15 November 1536

    Signed . Pp . 2. Add .: Lord Privy Seal. 13 Nov. R. O. 1054 . Wm. Snow, minister of Bradenstoke, to Cromwell. I thank you for your great goodness in the preservation of our house. We and all the

    Index, B, 01 August 1535-31 December 1535

    letter dated at, 721. Bradenstoke (Bradstock) priory, Wilts, 139, 160, 622. -, prior of, 139. Bradforde or Bradforthe, Bartram, 752. -, Roland, 752. Bradshawe . Mr., 1114. -, Thos., g. 1063 (12). Bradstock . See Bradenstoke. Brakenbury , , 836.

    Henry VIII, November 1544, 26-30, 01 November 1544-30 November 1544

    Grace his wife and John their son. John Byggys, Alice Legh and John Slade; and all possessions of Bradenstoke priory in Chippenham, Bradenstoke ; a cottage & c., in Holme in Spaldingmore, Yorks., in tenure of Thos. Perker, Nonnburne Holme

    Henry VIII, October 1546, 21-31, 01 October 1544-31 October 1544

    site, etc., of the late priory of Bradenstoke, Wilts, the house called le Pryors Lodging, and all buildings, gardens, & c., within the said site, certain closes and other lands specified in Bradenstoke within Lyneham parish, Wilts, and the woods

    Index, E

    197 (xiii). -, in garrison of castle, 958. priories, founder and ordinary of, 503. - See also Arbury; Beauvale; Boxgrave; Bradenstoke; Bradwell; Canterbury (Christchurch); Carlisle; Castle Acre; Chalcombe; Chartreuse; Coventry (3); Davington; Durham; Ely; Farne; Holywell; Kyme; Lanercost; Lanthony by Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sunp y tmes f1 -iit publicatiou NVith a list of tho Ahbott of nu n tO .2 the Priors of Bradenstoke, with the perle offie.-I. T. HAEsxi, Ijaifax. A CIHARTiRt DvrE-Cait any of our ruilC eorrespondents suiple tmlo exaet date Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Wales show that it existed before the time when the manor passed into P posession of the house of Bradenstoke, and especially the principal entrance, where we have the semicircular arch decorated with the bird's head alternately with the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ashley. Ashwell, Bamborough, Bampton. Barton.-on-Huinber, Bath, Battle, Beau- lieu, Beckley, Bedlington, Beverley, Bishop's Sut- ton, Bishop's Waltham, Blisworth, Bosworth, Bowes, Bradenstoke, Brampton, Bridgenorth, Brill, Bristol, Caldbeck-in-Allerdale, Cambridge. Canford, Canterbury, Carlisle, Chertsey. Christchurch, Clarendon, Colchester, Corfe, Cottinghamn. Craike, Darlington, Devizes, Ditton. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    numerous other small occupations the fwhole extendling over 201 acres, sand includinog the remains ci the line old Abbey of- Bradenstoke. There are several sites, exceed- 01 ingly eligible for the erection of a residence, commanding rextensive views ofl a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CHURCH AND CHAPBL NEWS. The Convocations of Canterbury and York are pro- rogued to Friday, 22nd February . The Rev. Charles Garrett's mission is to have trans- ferred to it the Mont Pleasant Wesleysn Chapel, Liver- pool. A new Subscribers-only content

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