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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes North Charford with South Charford

    Parishes North Charford with South CharfordCHARFORD 1 Cerdeford (xi cent.); Cherdeford (xii, xiii cent.); Chartford (xiv cent.); Cherford (xv cent.). In 1831 the parish of North Charford included 'the tithing of South Charford ,' but both were originally and

    Parishes Hale

    the ordnance datum. Manor The manor of HALE is probably represented in Domesday Book by the hide of land in Charford held of the king by Alwi son of Torber, as Ulviet had held it before the Conquest. 2 Alwi,

    The hundred of Fordingbridge Index Map to the Hundred of Foringbridge

    The hundred of Fordingbridge THE HUNDRED OF FORDINGBRIDGE containing the parishes of; North Charford ; South Charford Tithing; Ellingham ; Fordingbridge ; Godshill Tithing; Broomy Lodge ; Linford , Picked; Post & Shobley extra-parochial. 1 ; Hale ; Ibsley ;

    Parishes Breamore

    died in 1600 leaving a son and heir Sir William . From this date Breamore followed the descent of South Charford (q.v.) until 1741, when Francis Lord Brooke sold it to Samuel Dixon , 28 preliminary to its sale to

    Parishes Romsey Extra and Infra

    Breteville. Hugh de Port, the ancestor of Robert St. John , claimed this land as belonging to his manors of Charford and 'Eschetune,' and his claim was allowed by the hundred court ( V.C.H. Hants , i, 495 b ).

  • * British History Online * *

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    Cecil Papers, May 1605, 01 May 1605-31 May 1605

    her. He placed her with a Mrs Anne White at Charford, co. Hants., but she growing old and infirm, and settling in the house of Sir John Webb at Charford, requested petitioner to take his niece back. At the personal

    Index, U, Z

    93 Watts , Mr. his serious illness, 284 Wax shipped to England from Danzig, 7 Webb , Sir John, of Charford, co. Hants., recusant complaints against, 15 Webb , Robert, of Beckington, co. Somerset, clothier complaints against, 198 and n

    Cases brought before the committee, December 1649, 01 December 1649-31 December 1649

    1649. ] Valuation of his estate at 600 l . and his debts 307 l . 137 6 Wm. Abarrow, Charford, Co. Hants.; Rob. Kent, Winterborn, Wilts.; Capt. Edw. Phillips.; William Smith, Sarum, co. Wilts. 7 Dec. 1649. Vol. A Subscribers-only content

    Index, C

    1228. -, -, secretary of, 72. -, -, his post, 598. -, -, his steward, 28. Chard , Soms., 69. Charford South , Hants, g. 1015 (35). Charles V. , emperor, 24 (p. 7), 35, 43 4, 54, 59, 60,

    Index, C

    1001, 1081, 1124, 1143, 1159 60, 1261, 1358. -, -, his nephew, 713 14. -, -, -, letter from, 714. Charford South , Hants, g. 1217 (6). Charles V. , Emperor, letters from 35, 283 4, 437, 441 2. -,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    POPHAM, Sir Stephen (c.1386-1444), of Popham, Hants.

    had been entailed by his father on the male line passed to his more famous cousin, Sir John Popham of Charford. Other properties had been put in the hands of trustees to hold on behalf of his young daughters: Elizabeth,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in placed of Mr. G. Bown,-Tbo'gifts of difty' yasrds of canivas hose for the five engine, by Mr. W. G.'Taylor, Charford, arnd ot the ornamental drinking fountain, to be ercobeed! outside the Town Hall, Mird kept in repair and supplied' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PUBLIO ANUSEiNTS ROYAL. BIRMINGHAM. EW;'~ AT SFVIEN O'Cl,00lt. TILE GRAND 'SM'tuiI kw-ritten btyMr. J. J. BLOuD). Wm ' F\PTIJ NGTO?' AND HIS CT" 'CF, . MNANsCF' WF.'CRV MON-DAY AND AT X TWYO OcI.CW]?. lii Msr. CEOlt. NVALTON -~ I. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with the view of testing the opinions of the experts, that by sinking to a lower level than the present Charford bore-hole water would be obtained from the underlying Bunter sand- | stone of a similar quality to the Burcot Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    levels ihere non suitable. It wasnO proposed to carry the line from Stoke Works J.unctlon by the Tan-house Farm, across Charford, by the mill' and behind the Grammar School, to the New Reoa' crossing between the Baptist Chapel and Mliss Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of a the Worcester City Council last evening. Mr. Corbett proposed that a 12-inch bore-hole be sunk in the Y Charford district of the Lickey, at a cost of £1,400. h The Sheriff moved as an amendment that it be Subscribers-only content

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