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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals St John the Baptist & St Anthony , Salisbury

    and 1260. 9 Henry III also granted the hospital the right to use two beech trees in the forest of Buckholt ( Hants ) for fuel. 10 There were some resident poor, with a master at their head, but they

    Parishes West Tytherley with Buckholt

    Tytherley with Buckholt WEST TYTHERLEY Tederleg (xi cent.); Tyderle, Chuderleg, Westhuderleg, Westiderleg, Tuderlegh (xiii cent.); West Uderle, Westaderle, Westerdeley (xiv cent.); West Tyderley, Westytherley (xvi cent.). The parish of West Tytherley contains 2,918 acres, of which 1, 0893/4 acres are

    The hundred of Thorngate Index Map to the Hundred of Thorngate

    Tithing; East Dean ; Lockerley ; Mottisfont ; Sherfiels English; Shipton Bellinger ; East Tytherley ; West Tytherely; Buckholt (extra-par.); Nether Wallop ; Over Wallop ; East Wellow ; Dunwood (extra-par.); Embley Tithing 1 ; Melchet Park; Plaitford 2 The

    Woodchester Introduction

    late 18th century. 2 The north-western boundary is formed in part by the Stroud-Dursley road , turnpiked as far as Buckholt wood in Frocester in 1780 . 3 The western slopes of the Nailsworth valley, where the main settlements stand,

    Parishes East Tytherley

    manor of Tytherley with its members of Lockerley and Holbury , which were within the metes of the forest of Buckholt . 12 Columbars. Argent a chief gules . Matthew de Columbars married Maud the daughter of Eudo de Moreville,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    JUEL (JEWELL), Richard (d.1410), of Salisbury, Wilts.

    this may be, he was still evidently a verderer in March 1406, when ordered to sell 150 beech trees from Buckholt woods and give the proceeds to the clerk of the King’s works, who was to use them for repairs

    SHIPTON, John, of Pittleworth, Hants.

    1412 they conveyed it, along with the advowson of the church, 120 acres of land and the east bailey of Buckholt forest, to John Uvedale, who had represented the shire in the House of Commons on the same occasion. The

    HARRIS, John (d.1429), of Whitchurch, Hants.

    1412-aft. Apr. 1422. Ofifces Held Commr.Commr. of array, Hants Apr. 1418; to raise royal loans Nov. 1419. Ofifces Held Verderer, Buckholt forest, Hants bef. Apr. 1429. Biography In 1390 a John Harris of Whitchurch (perhaps this John’s father) purchased property

    SANDYS, Sir John (d.1395), of East Cholderton Sherborne 'Coudray', Hants.

    Upper Clatford, West Tytherley and Shirley (Hampshire) and Cowsfield in Wiltshire, along with property in Southampton and a forestership in Buckholt forest. As her dower from her second husband, Joan held property in Andover. But she was also an heiress

    UVEDALE, John (d.c.1440), of Wickham, Hants.

    He added to his estates, apparently by purchase, the manor of Pittleworth, lands in Burghton, and the east bailey of Buckholt forest. In 1412 his lands in Hampshire were estimated to be worth £72 13s.4d. a year, and those in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    18, Tregare TurnpIke ; Friday, 19, Seventh Milestone (Grosmnont 1oaud); Monday, 22, Raglan; Thursday, 25, The llendroe Friday, 20, The Buckholt, at 11. PeTOnLEY.-This day, January 15, Red House(Kettering Road and OakleY Hlay) (10. 45); Uednesday, 17, Lilboure (11); Thurs- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Janunry 18, Tregare Turnpike Friday, 10, Seventh Milestone (Grosmont Rioad), Monday, 22, Raglan; Thursday, 25, The Hendre; Friday, 28, The Buckholt, at 11. PyvronruY.-Tlds day, January 17, Lilbourne (11); Thu. day, 18, Grafton Underwood; Friday, 19, Little Bringtou ; Satur. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Stenson Lock; Saturday, 27, BrannshaUl. Village, at 1I. Mo tcourssiarnE.-Monday January, 22, Rarlan; Thursday, 25, The HEendre: Friday, 25, The Buckholt, at 11. PTruCrnrY.-Thls day, January 20, Oxendon, at 10.45. QuouN. -This day, January 20, Woodhouse Eaves, at 11. SrnvwsauRY.-Monday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    11. IoNsrocD'HSMlE.-Thursdry, February 16, Troy HoUSe I Fri- day, iS, SkantrIth Bridge: Monday, 19, Cbtba Lodge; Alinr. dna, 22, 'lhe Buckholt; Friday, 23, Treowen, at 11. PrTauLnrv.-This day, February 14 Yelvertoft; Thutlday, is, Oakley Hay: Frlday, 10, Chapel Brampton; Saturday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Foston; Thursday, 22, Stenton. Lock; Saturday, 21, Nletou Village, at 11. MONUOouTarsirruE.-Tlhle day, February 19, Clytha Lodge; Therrsday, 22, The Buckholt; Friday, 23, Treowen, at 11. PYTOLscY.-TbIs day, February 19, Ecton village and Brigstock; Wednesday, 21, Seinford Village: Thursday, 22, Subscribers-only content

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