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    HORNE, Richard (d.1394), of Britford, Wilts.

    (d.1394), of Britford, Wilts. Constituency Dates Wiltshire Sept. 1388 Ofifces Held Commr. of oyer and terminer, Som. July 1367; inquiry, I.o.W. July 1387 (wastes, estates of the earl of Salisbury), Hants Sept. 1389 (wastes, Ellingham priory), Wilts. Mar., Apr., July

    BOUVERIE, Sir Edward des, 2nd Bt. (c.1690-1736), of Longford Castle, in Britford, Wilts.

    Bt. (c.1690-1736), of Longford Castle, in Britford, Wilts. Constituency Dates Shaftesbury 24 Jan. 1719 1734 Biography The Bouveries were a Huguenot family, descended from Laurence des Bouverie, a silk manufacturer at Frankfort-on-Main, who came to England in the time of

    JERVOISE, Thomas (1616-93), of Herriard, Hants.

    dep. lt. Hants 1673-6, 1689-d., freeman, Winchester 1689. Biography The Jervoise family was founded by a London Mercer who bought Britford in 1538. Jervoise’s father, a Puritan and eventually an Independent, acquired Herriard by marriage, and with it a strong

    PUREFOY JERVOISE, George (1770-1847), of Herriard House, Hants.

    Capt. N. Hants militia 1794, lt.-col. 1798, col. 1800-11; sheriff, Hants 1830-1. Biography Jervoise’s childless uncle, Tristram Hudleston Jervoise of Britford (d.1794) meant him to cut a figure in the world, for he devised the Herriard estate worth £25,000 to

    PUREFOY JERVOISE, George (1770-1847), of Herriard House, nr. Basingstoke, Hants and The Moat, nr. Britford, Wilts.

    nr. Basingstoke, Hants and The Moat, nr. Britford, Wilts. Constituency Dates Salisbury 17 Feb 1813 1818 Hampshire 1820 1826 Ofifces Held Capt. N. Hants militia 1794, lt.-col. 1798, col. 1800-11; sheriff, Hants 1830-1. Biography Jervoise resumed his family"s original patronymic

    MORE, Robert III (c.1377-1422), of Stinsford, Dorset.

    in 1405 on the death of his second wife’s mother, Elizabeth St. Omer. These included the manors of Bramshaw (Hampshire), Britford, ‘Abingdon Court’ in Cricklade and Burton Grove (Wiltshire), the advowson of St. Sampson’s church in Cricklade and lands elsewhere

    KIRKBY, John I (d.1424), of Romsey, Hants and West Harnham, Wilts.

    As an outcome of his first marriage, he already held property in Wiltshire, in West and East Harnham and at Britford near Salisbury, and this he retained ‘by the courtesy’ after the deaths of his wife and their son Thomas,

    JERVOISE, Thomas (1667-1743), of Herriard, Hants.

    Wiltshire to cover his expenses although he was still left with the manors of Northfield and Weoley Park in Worcestershire, Britford in Wiltshire, Herriard in Hampshire and estates in Essex obtained by his second marriage. Moreover, he had spent money

    HUSSEY, Thomas II (d.1468), of Shapwick, Dorset.

    made escheator of Somerset and Dorset. About the same time he was acting as a feoffee of the manors of Britford (Wiltshire) and Bramshaw (Hampshire) on behalf of Joan, widow of Robert More III*. In November 1436 he attested letters

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