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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PAYNELL, Sir Thomas (c.1343-c.1403), of Buscot and Ufton Robert, Berks.

    Thomas (c.1343-c.1403), of Buscot and Ufton Robert, Berks. Constituency Dates Oxfordshire 1393 Ofifces Held Tax collector, Berks. Mar. 1377; assessor, Oxon. May 1379. Ofifces Held Commr. to put down rebellion, Oxon. Mar., Dec. 1382; of oyer and terminer June 1388,

    ROTHWELL, Thomas (d.c.1455), of South Moreton and Tidmarsh, Berks.

    Nov. 1434; array, Berks. Jan. 1436; kiddles, Berks., Bucks., Oxon. May 1438, Berks. Dec. 1439, river Thames from Dorchester to Buscot July 1443; to treat for payment of a subsidy, Berks. Feb. 1441. Ofifces Held J.p. Berks. 14 Nov. 1417-July

    PRYSE, Pryse (1774-1849), of Gogerddan, Card. and Buscot Park, Berks.

    of Gogerddan, Card. and Buscot Park, Berks. Constituency Dates Cardigan Boroughs 1818 1841 Cardigan Boroughs 18 Apr. 1842 4 Jan. 1849 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Card. 1799-1800. Ofifces Held Ensign, Berks. militia 1794, capt. (vols.) 1794-6; lt. Oxf. yeomanry 1803. Biography

    BECKINGHAM, Thomas (d.1431), of Upton Russels in Blewbury, Berks.

    Beckinghams, by subsequent agreement with Sibyl’s two coheirs and their husbands, took possession of the Childrey manors of Upton Russels, Buscot and Watlingtons in Habourne, besides a third share in the advowson of Childrey. A later transaction assured them also

    FETTIPLACE, Peter (d.1444), of Stokenchurch, Oxon.

    Jan. 1436; to distribute tax rebate Jan. 1436; treat for payment of subsidies Feb. 1441; of kiddles, river Thames from Buscot to Dorchester July 1443. Ofifces Held Escheator, Oxon. and Berks. 26 Nov. 1431-5 Nov. 1432, 5 Nov. 1439-40. Ofifces

  • * British History Online * *

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    Cases before the Committee, June 1651, 01 June 1651-30 June 1651

    146 299 313 9 April. The County Commissioners let portions of his estate to Edw. Blandy and Rich. Barrett of Buscot, Berks. 146 301 315 22 March 1653. Blandy begs allowance of a reserved rent of 16 l . 4 Subscribers-only content

    Treasury Warrants, November 1702, 1-15, 02 November 1702-14 November 1702

    and John Nuthall of London. for Co. Sussex: French Bromfeild of Lewes. for Co. Warwick and Coventry: John Andrews of Buscot. for Co. Wilts.: John Child of Devizes. for Co. Worcester: Thomas Albert of Worcester. for Cos. Cardigan, Carmarthen, Glamorgan,

    Charles I - volume 391, May 25-31, 1638, 25 May 1638-31 May 1638

    and within seven miles compass thereof. [ Docquet . ] May 31. 93. Petition of Thomas Twisse, clerk, parson of Buscot, co. Berks, to the King. After long suit upon a general inclosure of lands in that parish, petitioner obtained Subscribers-only content

    General Index, B, 01 December 1637-31 August 1638

    Westmoreland Burwell , co. Lincoln Bury , co. Lancaster Bury St. Edmunds proposed river from the Ouse to commissioners for Buscot , Berks Bushell , Thomas petition of letter to William Bushton , see Bishopstone. Butler , Edmund, assignment by Subscribers-only content

    Index, B

    House Duties and Marriages, co. Notts., 200, 383, 394, 404 (William). -, Sir Thomas, a baron of the Exchequer, 260. Buscot (co. Warwick), 383. Bush , Arthur, distributing money to poor prisoners of war in Ireland, 220. -, Capt. James,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ges.-On the 19th inst., J. H. Dobree, Esq., to Josophine Cuon ngten. third daughiter of B. It. Williams, R~q., of Buscot park, Borkshire-Oa the 22nd inst., J. G. T. Sinclair, Esq., to Emma Isabella, daughter of IV. S. Standish, Esq., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be forwnrccecl en sppieioatr, Tue SCHOOL~ soll ha RE-OPENED OD MONDAY. the 111th Inst. I 250 FRE NCR LILNGUACGE. ONSIBUR BUSCOT will RRKUME TEACH- LY ING fic Sehools acid Fusiiliec on MorsiAY. Jaicciry 18th. Id.B. bite EVENING CLASSES for ADtUL~cc Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    marriage of Mr. HIerbert de Reuter, tlho eldest son of Baron do Reuter, was solosmnisod at tise village churcls of Buscot, about four milos from Faringdon, Berkn, on Wednesday, tise bride being Miss Campbell, youngest daughter of Sir. Robert Campboll, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    No- veniber, 1870, and brought her back with me to Buscot. Ieo w'as trCatilng lier very ill Ho hand fallen into his old habits. Aly dausghter remlained sith icia at Buscot until the early h'art of Febbrisary, 1871. CDaptain. Bicardo Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wine mierefiant. A, MEmeiess, Dorset'Arms, Dorset Rlood, Clahipham, Surrey, martiager to a licensed victualler. \VcIZsaMr TIJiLCiti, late of Snowswlafc Farm, Buscot, Iiaar Lofhiladla, Berkmshire, ifroi rysnall. BmijcnA3im B. BALLIID, Asteis Villas, Morton rocci, Wand&- worth, Surrey, lato of Crown Itolad, Subscribers-only content

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