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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Titchfield Titchfield Church

    the Hamo Brito and Gilbertus le Bret who alienated lands in Chark to Quarr Abbey . 66 In 1292 William Bruton died seised of nine virgates of land in Chark held in socage paying 10 s . rent to Richard

    The hundred of Titchfield Introduction INDEX MAP to the HUNDRED of TITCHFIELD

    of Funtley and Crofton . 8 In 1651 the hundred consisted of the tithings of Rowner , West Hook , Chark , Wickham , Great Funtley , Little Funtley , and Stubbington , 9 all of which are in the

    Parishes Rowner

    disused gravel pits and also the site of an old windmill, probably the one belonging to the Grange Farm of Chark , at which the monks of Quarr were permitted to grind their corn in the twelfth or thirteenth centuries.

    Houses of Premonstratensian canons Abbey of Titchfield

    the Mansels; the manor and lands of Corhampton and the wood of Charlwood by the founder; lands in Stubbington and Chark by the Rayners, Bretts and St. Johns . The Harley MSS. 6602 and 6603 contain transcripts and extracts from

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    971-; Paraguay Eight per Cents., 35: ditto 1872, 28; Peruvian Six per Cents., 1870, 602; ditto, 1872, 494 ; ditto Chark of Azof, 99; ditto Nicolai, 82; ditto Orel, 99; San Domingo, 23; Sardinian Five per Cents, 77; Spanish Three Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ; South Ausnotclan, 6Ogdtoistsss.-BraziianImperialCentral Babia, 6%, Nos. Ito 3 620 and 4,121to 7,258,I104, '/s; Campos and Carangola, guas. 51%, 1013/4; Chark of -Af,/ 85; Minas and Rio, 6% Deb., 107; San Pauloaind RioSe Janeiro, 6%, 105, 4% adc; South Austrian, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    died atoParis,in Jocillust8ra 3,l ' "W. F,,"e Tutburyh-Tie Birminghie n lealti lectares are 110w beillg 1ltllishetd by Messrs. Hudsoll, Great Chark, Street. ''Vero."-Ars. GaTskell, tIle autnoress, tlhed iso 1F5 Nathaniel Hawtllcrne wces tho auth~r of "1The c&,i'rI Letter." "O0boe," Coseley.-Thne Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    neAss; ver conenience1, let i, e ek;n ree -A rt mserxytw doora(o 1e17ne A'B'uLa1dtrainsa rotreet XuliBnisg.thwigfo bra ASTOH-3I LDmeart Troinear Chark rtac''~i 1rs alt BL]erni-dta18hedtntwo 16redertick Roarl bah- w~ALSL gareatimjust Uacpn r 0 as-p te'- ie a __iteJtitclmen sc--r--ou----rom . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DISTRICT NEWS. BILSTON. WESLEYAN HOME MISSIONARY MEETINO.-On Wed- nesday evening an interesting home missionary meeting was held here in connection with the Wesleyan District Committee now sitting in Wolverhampton. The resident minister, the Rev. T. Kent, presided, anal gave Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Inhabitants of London in 1638, St. Andrew Undershaft

    8 Mr. Gilbert 13 Mr. Hammersley 12 Mr. Fenne 35 Edw. Worral 7 Matt. Haviland 6 Mr. Hill 6 Mr. Chark 10 Bartholomew Ros ier 16 Mrs. Kirk 30 Mrs. Vere 8 Mr. Chamberlaine 40 Edward Sismere 6 James Golde

    House of Lords Journal Volume 12, 9 April 1668, 09 April 1668-09 April 1668

    of the Principal Secretaries of State. Ds. Berkley de Berk . Ds. Eure . Ds. Chandos . Ds. Howard de Chark . Ds. Grey . Ds. Lovelace . Ds. Poulett . Ds. Howard de Esc . Ds. Powis . Ds.

    Index, C

    to England presented with a gift during his embassy to England, 260 his expenses in London defrayed by Exchequer, 315 Chark. See Chirk Charles V , Emperor father of late Duke of Cleves married to the niece of, 114 Charles

    Cecil Papers, 1588, 01 January 1588-31 December 1588

    John Reynoldes, D. at Oxon. Laurence Humfrey, D. at Oxon. Dr. Billson, at Winchester. Wm. Fulk, D. at Cambridge. Wm. Chark, at London. Wm. Whitakre, at Cambridge. John Fox ( m .). Walter Traverse, at London. Thomas Becon ( m

    Index, C

    judge in a controversy on the treizieme in Guernsey, 565. -, Antony Poulett exhibits requests for, to the Council, 571. Chark , William, a divine, 394. Charles V , Emperor of Germany, letters by, mentioned, 28. his portrait brought to


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