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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Brightwell

    Parishes BrightwellBRIGHTWELL Beorhtwille (x cent.); Bristowell, Bricstewell (xi cent.); Brictewell, Bretewell, Brithwell, Brygtwell (xiii-xv cent.); Bretwell, Britwell , Bryghtwell (xv-xviii cent.). The entire area of Brightwell is 2,064 acres. There are 1,306 acres of arable, 610 acres of grass,

    Parishes Sotwell

    but is clearly identical with Slade End in Brightwell (q.v.). In 1354 and in 1362 the whole was said to be held of the Bishop of Winchester as of his manor of Brightwell by service of 12 s ., 63

    Parishes Chearsley

    84 The property seems to have come into possession of the Brightwell family by the 15th century. William Brightwell of Chearsley is mentioned in 1434 , 85 and Walter Brightwell , who died before 1468, was seised of six messuages

    Parishes Salford

    , Oxford , charged by the will of Dr. Woodward , dated 4 June 1675 , on a farm at Brightwell , Herts ., for binding out of poor children apprentices, born in the parish of Salford , male or

    Parishes Little Sombourne

    Edward I gave him licence to grant the manor of Hampteworth of the annual value of £10 to Ralph de Brightwell for life, and at the same time gave him permission to make good any defect out of his manor

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