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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Owslebury

    . 32 Charles I granted Brambridge to Gilbert Welles in 1636 , 33 and his widow married Sir William Courtenay , who was a recusant and compounded for his Brambridge estates in 1648 . 34 Brambridge remained in the Welles

    Parishes Little Sombourne

    11 By the end of the 16th century the manor was in the possession of the family of Welles of Brambridge House , being held by Gilbert Welles in 1552 -3. 12 This Thomas, son and heir of Gilbert, was

    Parishes Twyford

    the River Itchen flows along the north side of the park, Brambridge Lock being at the junction of several of its tributaries. One of the rooms in the old Brambridge House was fitted up as a Roman Catholic chapel in

    Parishes Chilcomb

    Avington , Easton , Ovington , Tichborne , Kilmeston , Stoke , Otterbourne , Twyford , Coldhannington, Nursling , and Brambridge hamlet. Dugdale, Mon . i, 210; Leland , Coll . i, 613. Birch , Cart. Sax . ii, 96.

    Parishes East Meon East Meon Church

    daughters, Elizabeth, Anastasia who married William Sheldon 140 of Winchester in 1728 , and Frances who married Alexander Wells of Brambridge in 1733 . 141 Elizabeth and Frances both died without issue, and consequently the whole manor became vested in

  • * Who Were The Nuns *

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    Marie Gawen

    Details Marie Gawen in religion Marie Joseph Born in Brambridge Died 1696 15 Feb in Bruges mother Gertrude Bluet father Thomas Gawen

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    O'Connell, M. Baillie, James E. Hawkins, J. H. O'Grady, Hon. Col. S. Bernard, Col. Haudley, W. F. Osborne, Lord Frs. Brambridge, Ed. F. Hulse, James Paget, Thomas Blamire, W. Harty, Sir Robert Parnell, Sir Henry Blankney, W. Heathcote, Sir G. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thomas' c, by Dendea- Sir F. Johnstone no f by Man Blackbird (31b) at Arms-Ribbon (S ) Mr. H. hoWiloper's Brambridge (31b) The CRAWLEY PLATE Of 50 Soya (Uannsicp 1 ; winners e0tra. T.Y.0. ago at lbag s l Salliet Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lifeboat- Whifhler-Hlermeone Al Bistura Baron Rothschlild's Sister to she leMr. Gordon's Antwerp Tomato or Mr. Cordlon's Sunshade - *Mr. Ruff's Brambridge lg Dkce of lamnilton's Pladd n *'Ar. ltulf's Sea Breeze pa 'Mr. Ifeathsote b Ampleforth Mr. Saille's Yermak lie Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Scimiltar ilaron Retlischildes 'Sic, to bile. Crawfsird's Acton Toccato Mr. Crawsflcrcl's Lociceridge Baron Rothlchlildlo IRowssabac Lord Facoihuossl Wlciterchahpel Mr. Rccft's Brambridge 'Lord Falmouthc's Stromboli Mr. Snvilo's irs. to Itavioli Mer. tlobert's Glenclinond Aite. Saves~hesTc Rlsajah l)clcke of liamilton's V'tld Oats Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CQater, and little Nell iBonIby), also ran-Bltting : 3 to I agst Sister to meil.t * to 1 earl a4st Brambridge and Vertumna coll 7 to 1 'gat lesedos, tO to 1 eachmagst Alpessatockandjthe lioosedia tlly (at first 2 to Subscribers-only content

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