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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Alien houses The priory of Brimpsfield

    Alien houses The priory of Brimpsfield 16. THE PRIORY OF BRIMPSFIELD The alien priory of Brimpsfield was a cell of the Benedictine monastery of St. Wandrille in Normandy . 1 Although no exact information exists about the founder and the

    Stonehouse Manors and other estates

    of Brimpsfield 87 probably held Stonehouse from the de Clares during the 12th century and early 13th. In 1227 Hugh, son of Walter Giffard , had land there, 88 and in 1248 Iseult the widow of Ellis Giffard of Brimpsfield

    Miserden Manors and other estates

    William , held the manor in dower until her death in 1745 20 when it passed to Windsor Sandys of Brimpsfield , a cousin. Windsor died in 1754 and was succeeded by his son Browne who died unmarried in 1761

    Medieval Gloucester Crown and Borough: Military History

    Simon de Montfort. It was involved in an early incident in the disturbances when, in 1263 , John Giffard of Brimpsfield , Roger de Clifford , and other local dissidents successfully laid siege to the castle in an attempt to

    Miserden Church

    who was not in orders in 1576 . 92 William Wolley, rector 1636-70 , 93 held Miserden in plurality with Brimpsfield until at least 1650, 94 and in 1658 the parliamentary commissioners considered uniting the benefices. 95 Samuel Rich succeeded

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, B, 01 January 1540-30 August 1540

    . See Bridges. Brygys . See Bruges. Brykylsey . See Brightlingsea. Brymell . See Bremhill. Brymirfeld . See Brimpsfield. Brymmesfelde . See Brimpsfield. Brymmesgrove . See Bromsgrove. Bryndeholme , Edm., priest ( Sir Edmund ), curate of Our Lady church

    Entry Book, May 1695, 1-5, 01 May 1695-05 May 1695

    Co. Monmouth. fee farm rent payable for Skenfrith Mill 1 3 4 ditto payable for lands called Buckholt [Bockholt, in Brimpsfield, co. Gloucester ] 0 14 0 ditto payable for escheat lands in White Castle 9 0 0 ditto payable

    Index of Persons and Places, B, 01 January 1693-31-Dec-1996

    supplies for Army in Ireland, 200, 234 5; tobacco imported by, 234. Bochan . See Buchan. Bockholt , Buckholt, in Brimpsfield, co. Gloucester, 1020. Bockland . See Buckland. Bocland . See Buckland. Bocock , Mary, royal bounty for, 455, 721,

    Index, B, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    Brikhed , Ralph. See Birkenhead. Brikkes . See Birkes. Brill , Rob., 438 (4 m. 26). Brime . See Bryne. Brimpsfield (Brymmesfeld), Glouc., g. 94 (35). Brimpton (Brynton), Berks, 438 (3 m. 23). Brimstone , 1004 (2). - See also

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BRYDGES, Giles (1548-94), of Sudeley, Glos.

    of this estate, which was in Gloucestershire, consisted of the castle and manor of Sudeley, and the manors of Bourton, Brimpsfield, Granham, Haresfield, Stoke Archer and Bodgworth. He also succeeded his father as chief steward of the manor of Hailes,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    14 May 1800, 14 May 1800

    to join the Turnpike Road " from Painfwick to Cheltenham, at or near to Birdlip, " in the Parifhes of Brimpsfield and Cowley, or One of " them, all in the County of Gloucefler;" to which they defire the Concurrence Subscribers-only content

    15 May 1800, 15 May 1800

    join the " Turnpike Road from Painfwick to Cheltenham, at " or near to Birdlip, in the Parifhes of Brimpsfield and " Cowley, or one of them, all in the County of Glou- " cefter." Ordered, That the faid Bill Subscribers-only content

    19 May 1800, 19 May 1800

    Rodborough, to " join the Turnpike Road from Painfwickso Cheltenham, " at or near to Birdlip, in the Parifhes of Brimpsfield and " Cowley, or one of them, all in the County of Gloucef- " ter," was committed. The Lord Subscribers-only content

    30 May 1800, 30 May 1800

    to join the Turnpike Road from Painfwick " to Cheltenham, at or near to Birdlip, in the Parifhes " of Brimpsfield and Cowley, or one of them, all in the " County of Gloucefier." 19. " An Aft for fhutting Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 12 December 1833

    but not with any Intention to reside there. I had resolved to build a House, &c. for my Residence at Brimpsfield, and commenced digging out the Foundations, &c About this Time, and subsequently, I was consulted by several Persons having Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    reputed Manor or Lord- ship of BRIMPSFIELD aforesnid, with the QUIT RENTS belong- ing thereto, amounting to £5. 12s. Ili. per ansurmn together with I other the Rights, Royalties,, and Appuirtenanices beloti thereto. Thoe BRIMPSFIELD PARIK and LONODOLE FAI comprising Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Plantation, containing .............. 0.r, 3 and 18P, o Total. 4.......4.L 2R. end 17P. I Mr. Robert Gresn, of Syde, aduoining Brimpsfield, will show the Estates' a Printed particulars and conditions of sale, with plaeis, may be had, on and after Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CORRESPONDENCE. NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. Al Ulters intended forpubtlicato; inmust be acconepasaied bi C the name and address of the writer; not necessarily feo y publication, but for the information of the Editor. s When ams~were to quescions are not Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    day, March 28, Overley Wond (by invitation); Saturday, 31. Colesbourne House. COtSrWOLD (at 12).-MIonday, April 2a Stanlev Moaunt; Wednesday, 4, Brimpsfield; Saturday, 7, Wtthmgton Village. sooiur, fat 12). -Tbh rsday, March 29, Fladbury Cross; Saturday. 31. Drakes broughton. FITZSAnrtuSGiCS. LoanI Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    within eight miles of Glouiesater, Ohieltenbaum, end Olsenceeter, together with the Manor or Lordship, or repuited Maenor or Lordshipi of Brimpsfield, with all itse debts, royaltir, and appusteusures. w1ho estates 'osat of about 700 nor" of Arb~aFeatre, and Woodland, conveniently Subscribers-only content

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