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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 11 Chelsea.

    Thomas Hungerford of Chelsey in the County of Middlesex , Esq; the second Son of Robert Hungerford the Elder, of Cadnam in the County of Wilts , Esq; Who served King Henry VIII , in the Roomth of a Gentleman

  • * Victoria County History *

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    The hundred of Thorngate Index Map to the Hundred of Thorngate

    Embley Tithing 1 ; Melchet Park; Plaitford 2 The above list, with the addition of Wigley in Copythorne parish and Cadnam partly in Netley Marsh and partly in Minstead , and part of West Dean (co. Wilts .), represents the

    The hundred of Redbridge Index Map to the Hundred of Redbridge

    which the rest of the parish of Fawley is now situated. Wigley has always formed part of Thorngate Hundred. 7 Cadnam also, which lies partly in the parish of Eling and partly in that of Minstead , has always been

    Parishes Eling

    a large parish, lying low in the valleys of the Cadnam River , the Blackwater and the Bartley Water , including Bartley , Newbridge , Wigley and parts of Cadnam and Ower . It co ntains 5,551 acres of land

    Parishes Downton

    diverted in the 17th and 18th centuries. Although not previously prominent as a route, 10 the road from Downton to Cadnam ( Hants ) along the ridge between the Avon and Test valleys was turnpiked with other New Forest roads

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HUNGERFORD, John (c.1560-1636), of Cadnam, Wilts.

    (c.1560-1636), of Cadnam, Wilts. Constituency Dates Wootton Bassett 1584 Wootton Bassett 1586 Wootton Bassett 1589 Wootton Bassett 1593 Chippenham 1604 Ofifces Held J.p. Wilts. and Glos. by 1594; sheriff, Glos. 1597-8, Wilts. 1605-6. Biography Of a minor branch of the

    HUNGERFORD, Robert (1510-55/58), of Cadnam, Wilts.

    (1510-55/58), of Cadnam, Wilts. Constituency Dates Calne Oct. 1553 Ofifces Held Commr. relief, Wilts. 1550; j.p.q. 1554; sheriff 1554-5. Biography Robert Hungerford came from a branch of the family which lived in the parish of Bremhill, in north-western Wiltshire. His

    HUNGERFORD, Thomas (1510/12-81/82), of Chelsea, Mdx.

    relationship between this family and the Hungerfords of Cadnam is suggested by the fact that Sir Anthony and his son John were named overseers of the will which Robert Hungerford of Cadnam made in 1544.[footnote]The second Thomas Hungerford was the

    STUDLEY, Walter, of Studley in Calne, Wilts.

    local manor, this being a part of the family holdings which, all of them in Wiltshire, included another manor at Cadnam and property at Haydon and Calne. Five years later he and his half-sister Alice, along with her husband, Thomas

    HUNGERFORD, Thomas (c.1564-95/6), of Stoke, nr. Great Bedwyn, Wilts.

    would have been, by contemporary standards, old for a first appearance in Parliament.[footnote] Thomas Hungerford, son of Robert Hungerford of Cadnam, who would have been about 30 years of age, was a Catholic who died at Douai. Even supposing he

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    E, Spondlove, T. learn. (white), T. Fearn, G. Bunting. Lettuce, E. Spendiove, C. Lowe. Spedtal prize (given by Air. J. Cadnam nlate of Qurnrdon), for the best variety of potatoes (four sorts), '. Fearn, E. Spendlove. . FUaI -Tray oi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and 45yurd widea.-Bristol Mereury. . . -DIscovERY. OF ANCIENT COINS..-On Tuesday laItI as a labouring man was at work at Cadnam, in the Newi Forest, he discovered an ancient vase of Roman coins, con- I taiiing about three thousand, some Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    e MARRIAGnsE WITH A. DECEASED WIFE'S SISTER-LBy ores Mr. J. EVELYN, from the towns of Poole, Weytown, but l Broadmaineter, Cadnam, Charlton, Horildeani, Chbrist Church, hon the Maiden Newton, and Sherhorne, signed by dissentin 9 I uch mainisters, gentlemen, merchants, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Friday, the 26th of December, a party of about a dozen men and boys left the White Hart lnn, at Cadnam, whame they had been carousing, but none of them appeared to be in liquor. Two men, of the nasnes Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    circuit through indisposition. George Peckhanm, aged 26, a lebouring man, was indicted for wilfully slayinga lad named Arthur Dibden, at Cadnam, OD the 26th of December. The grand jury had ignored the bill charging the prisoner with wilful murder. Mr. Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Marriage with a deceased wife's sister, 1852

    Canterbury ; Coggeshall ; Charlton -IIorndean; Conglcton Christchurch ; Chelmsford ; Clavering ; Crediton ; Chard ; Castle- Donington ; Cadnam ; Deal ; Dcwsbury; Dover ; Dereham ; Denbigh ; Derby ; Dunstable ; Dudley ; Durham ; Elstead Subscribers-only content

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