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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals St Julian by St Albans

    the rectory was made over to the chamber of the Prior of St. Albans 39 on the resignation of William Burcote , the rector, who was assigned a pension for life. 40 This may mean that the charater of the

    Parishes East Stratton

    FARM BURCOT'S FARM , which lies on the road from East Stratton to Northington , is evidently identical with ' Burcote ,' which Edward the Elder granted to the New Minster c . 900. At that time there were 41/2

    Houses of Benedictine monks New Minster , or the Abbey of Hyde

    same year Edward endowed the monastery with considerable possessions, including the land of Micheldever and lands of Stratton , ' Burcote ,' Popham , Woodmancote , Candover, Cranborne , Drayton juxta Nunneton, ' Swarraton , Northingtone, Norton juxta Selborne ,

    The parish of Micheldever

    hundred and appurtenances, 100 cassati and a church and also both vills of Stratton (i.e. East and West Stratton ), Burcote , and Northington with other lands. Liber de Hyda (Rolls Ser.), 101. Kemble , Codex Dipl . 642. V.C.H.

    Colleges of secular canons Bridgnorth , St Mary Magdalen

    and a market in Quatford . On the same day the earl's sons Hugh and Philip gave the township of Burcote in Worfield . It is improbable that Quatford would have survived for long as a secular college had not

  • * British History Online * *

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    Close Rolls, Henry VII, 1489-1490, 01 January 1489-31 December 1490

    John ap Thomas late escheator, that Henry Quarell and Hugh Shelwyk were seised of the manors of Clehungre, Merecourt, Tadyngton, Burcote in Hereford, Bolyngehope, Lertporte and Chekkeley; and of twelve messuages, 30 tofts, 500 acres of land, 300 acres of Subscribers-only content

    Cecil Papers, October 1582, 01 October 1582-31 October 1582

    and charcoal-dust beaten and pinned together, whereof we received the true pattern made by one Chawner, who was servant to Burcote. Lastly, we have also returned the model of the house hearth and furnace which was b uilt at Beauchief

    Index, B, 01 January 1572-31 December 1582

    Index B B. Babington , Sir William, Sheriff of Oxford, letter of; 95. Bacon , Sir N. See Keeper, the Lord. Bacqueville , Sieur de; 184, 219, 253, 280, 362, 459, 476, 502, 503, 507, 508. Badby , Mr.;

    Index, J, K

    963, 1041, 1046, 1050, 1073, 1093, 1095, 1104, 1107, 1138, 1172. Kentford [co. Cambridge ] , manor, 293. Kentisburcote. See Burcote. Kentishtown , Kentysshtown [in St. Pancras parish, co. Middlesex[, 607, 730. Kenyon , Roger, 999. Kermerdyn. See Caermarthen. Kertelynge. Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, April 1528, 21-30, 01 April 1528-30 April 1528

    d. and one of the hs. of Sir Tho. Grene. Pardon for ruins and decays of dwellings, & c. in Burcote, Pokesley, Carcewell and Potcote, Northt., contrary to the stat. of Hen. VII. S.B. Simon Dygby of Estgrenewich, Kent. Pardon.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the following letter, containing postage stamps to the value of 2lu. Gel. :" To thle Paynmasteers asid Over- seers of Burcote, ssear Bromegrove, Worcestershire :Sir, You will oblige me by giving to the esost destitute widdow in your parish or Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Claverley, ordered to pay 7s costs; John Wl1- sonL of 'Claverley, milkseller, ordered to pay Cs. costs; Riebard HIardwlk, of Burcote, miller, fined 5s. and 6s, 4d. rests; Mathew Ml~es, of Hilton, tobacco dealer, fined 09. and 7s. costs; Luke Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CoWS.-Several veyueu ougnwclch Shorthorns for Sae - 1010 Solo. Spaniel Do", liver ard ocht11" ntlroksen acre game,- H ppsis.Pss Hanrdwiock, Burcote Vito rsnsrtbh elsa flAT Wonite.d recently t ddool ; goon mooit" Address, full xGoporticulnrs Alexacder hmcth.\elos l~ons' Hac- 17OABIOT Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bridgnorth, and a fox wvas soon on foot, which made across the meadow in the direction of Bridgnorth. On reaching Burcote he was headed, and then made tracks to Bromley. For some time the scent was lost, but Reynard eventually Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    presented his 0- owvx'petition, describing himself as of 12, 'Utrecht Man- Ei; sions, Haarlem Road, West Kensington, lately residing -at Burcote Norbciry, Streathamn, carrying on business at 0 -Sav-oy Hill House, Strand, lately a director of pounlic e dacipnesIo o Subscribers-only content

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