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    Parishes Boddington

    Buttington ', where a battle was fought between Alfred and the Danes in 894, as Boddington , e.g. Trans. B.G.A.S . x. 139, is unlikely. Earle and Plummer, Two Saxon Chronicles ( 1892 ), ii. 109-10, identifies it as Victoria County History

    Tidenham including Lancaut Economic history

    Severn south-east of Wibdon , and Sedbury Mead , otherwise called Broad Mead , lying by the Wye west of Buttington . 60 In 1584 the tenants of Tidenham manor had rights of common in Tidenham Chase and were allowed Victoria County History

    Churcham Introduction Highnam , Linton and Over c. 1755

    village lay along the lane that linked the two roads west of Highnam Court ; that lane was known as Buttington 's Lane in 1607 , 68 but by 1841 as Two Mile Lane. 69 At its junction with the Victoria County History

    Tidenham including Lancaut Introduction Lancaut , Tidenham and Woolaston c. 1810

    have been made to identify Buttington Tump in the Beachley peninsula with the place on the Severn where Alfred's forces besieged the Danes in 893, 38 but that engagement almost certainly took place at Buttington in Montgomeryshire. 39 At least Victoria County History

    Index A - Z

    192; Thos. (fl. 1345), 192; Wm., 276; fam., 192, 277 Butt , Rob., 67 ' Buttington ' , 188 n Buttington (Montgom.), 188 n Buttington Tump , see Tidenham Byron , John, Vicar of Elmstone Hardwicke , 58 C. Caddick Victoria County History

    Index A-J

    Rob., W. J., Wm., Butlin, Wm., Vicar of Leonard Stanley, Butt, G. F., R. C., Butt & Skurray, firm of, Buttington ( Mont. ), Bygge, John, Thos. (fl. 1470), Thos. (fl. 1575), Bythewater, Edith, w. of Ellis, Ellis, Cadbury Bros. Victoria County History

    Wellington Economic history

    far west around Clipsmoor 66 (which extended into Charlton ) 67 and Walcot waste, 68 and in the east around Buttington hill. 69 Leegomery township had three open fields: Mack field on the northwest, Mill field on the north-east, and Victoria County History

    JUKES, Thomas (d.1628), of Buttington, Mont.

    (d.1628), of Buttington, Mont. Constituency Dates Bishop's Castle 1584 Montgomery Boroughs 1597 Ofifces Held J.p. Mont. 1579, q. 1592, sheriff 1579-80, 1601-2, 1620-1, jt. commr. for taxes 1584-5, dep. lt. 1600; foreign burgess of Bishop’s Castle 1587; chief steward of History of Parliament

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