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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Eversley

    Little Bramshill . But the fact that Little Bramshill comprises the Park points to the identification of Hugh de Port's estate with Great Bramshill , for Thomas de Foxley obtained licence to impark land in Bramshill (i.e. Little Bramshill )

    Parishes Stratfield Turgis

    as the manor of OAKLANDS , followed the same descent as the manor of Bramshill until 1499, when it was expressly excepted from the sale of Bramshill to Giles , Lord Daubeney, being retained by William Essex and Elizabeth his

    The hundred of Holdshot Index map to the hundred of Holdshot

    was 30 hides, sh owing a decrease of 12 on the assessment of the hundred made before the Conquest. Great Bramshill in Eversley and the rest of Heckfield were in Bosmere Hundred, 3 while the Hampshire portion of Stratfield Mortimer

    The hundred of Basingstoke Index Map to the Hundred of Basingstoke

    not known, but it was probably near Bramshill and Stratfield Turgis , for in 1264 Henry Turgis granted a messuage and a carucate of land in Somershill for life to Henry de Bramshill (Feet of F. Hants , Hil. 48

    The hundred of Odiham Index Map to the Hundred of Odiham

    remained till 1831. 7 Before 1841, however, it was transferred to the hundred of Bermondspit, in which Herriard lies. 8 Bramshill , a tithing of Eversley , was also in the hundred of Odiham in the 13th century, 9 but

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HENLEY, Sir Robert, 2nd Bt. (bef.1655-81), of Bramshill, Hants.

    2nd Bt. (bef.1655-81), of Bramshill, Hants. Constituency Dates Bridport Oct. 1679 Biography Henley was probably only just of age when he succeeded to an estate worth £4,000 p.a. but heavily encumbered with his father’s debts. He paid off few or

    COPE, Monoux (c.1696-1763), of Bramshill, Hants.

    (c.1696-1763), of Bramshill, Hants. Constituency Dates Banbury 1722 1727 Newport IoW 1741 1747 Biography Cope was returned for Banbury on his family’s interest, succeeding his kinsman, Sir Jonathan Cope. In the next Parliament he sat for Newport on the government

    HENLEY, Andrew (1622-75), of Bramshill, Hants.

    (1622-75), of Bramshill, Hants. Constituency Dates Portsmouth 8 May 1660 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Hants 1653-4; freeman, Portsmouth Apr. 1660, Winchester 1661; j.p. Hants July 1660-d., commr. for assessment Aug. 1660-d., col. of militia ft. Nov. 1660-?67, dep. lt. 1661-7; commr.

    COPE, Sir John (1673-1749), of Bramshill, Hants.

    John (1673-1749), of Bramshill, Hants. Constituency Dates Plympton Erle 1705 1708 Tavistock 1708 1727 Hampshire 1727 1734 Lymington 1734 1741 Ofifces Held Dir. Bank of Eng. (with statutory intervals) 1706–21; commr. Equivalent 1707–15. Biography Despite having been effectively disinherited by

    COPE, Sir John (1673-1749), of Bramshill, Hants.

    John (1673-1749), of Bramshill, Hants. Constituency Dates Plympton Erle 1705 1708 Tavistock 1708 1727 Hampshire 1727 1734 Lymington 1734 1741 Ofifces Held Director, Bank of England 1706-21 (with statutory intervals); commr. of the equivalent 1707-15. Biography Owing to a matrimonial

  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles II, Undated Petitions 1667, 01 November 1667-31 December 1667

    a third reference, two previous ones having failed, on the disputes between himself and Sir And. Henley, of Eversley and Bramshill, co. Hants, where he is rector, who accuses him of riot, for speaking earnestly about a vagrant whom he Subscribers-only content

    Venice, August 1621, 1-14, 01 August 1621-31 August 1621

    the ground of old age and incompetence. Public Record Office. Venetian Transcripts . This occurred on the 3rd August at Bramshill. The unlucky keeper, Peter Hawkins, got behind a deer, which leaped up, and the arrow struck him instead. Cal.

    Charles I - volume 148, August 1629, 01 August 1629-31 August 1629

    for a Star Chamber fine. In Sec. Coke's absence the Lord President recommends his suit to Sec. Dorchester. Aug. 12. Bramshill. 44. Henry Earl of Holland to Sec. Dorchester. At the request of the King of Sweeden, Capt. Carmill Douardt Subscribers-only content

    General Index, B, 01 July 1629-31 March 1631

    , Richard Braintree , co. Essex Bramford , co. Suffolk, document dated from Brampton , co. Hereford, document dated from Bramshill , co. Hants documents dated from Brandenburg Brandling , Robert, sheriff of North umberland statement by Brandt , J. Subscribers-only content

    Index, B, 01 March 1625-31 December 1626

    Wm. letter to Bradstreet , Mr. Bragolona , the Braintree , document dated from Brames , Arnold, petition of Jacob Bramshill document dated from Park, document dated from Bramson , Richd. Bramston John, Serjeant Brancepeth Brand , Nicholas, petition of Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    has to do with the publicpress.' The Royal party went on Tuesday to view the very curious old mansion of Bramshill, the seat of Sir John Cope. The Duke of Wellington showed his own ad- miration of the place by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    any lady fascinating enough to tempt him into matrimony. At a short distance from Strathfieldsaye, I saw the seat of Bramshill, inhabited, I believe, by a Sir W. Cope. The peculiarity about this house is that it is said to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    make an offer of composition, and it waa therefore relolved to wind up the eatat ie hiquidation,-The creditors of Thomas Bramshill, landlord of tbo Globe Inn, Billton, have agreed to necept , a composetion of 1s. in thie pound, payable Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and from Hartle- ly pool Hough. arThe fine old family ostates of Sir John Cope are now in the market. Bramshill is one of the most perfect speci- to mens of an Elizabethaer house in England, and is situated i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the lhedive that he will not arrive in London until after the Archduke Francis Ferdinand of Austria has left England. Bramshill, a fine old Elizabethan house, the residence of Sir Anthony Cope, in Hampshire, is the reputed scene of the Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Freedom of land, 1880

    entail, men had any fear of being unable to hand down to a remote posterity the products of their fortunes in lands and houses. Burleigh , Hatfield , Longleat , Audley End , Holland House , and Bramshill , and Subscribers-only content

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