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  • * British History Online * *

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    Close Rolls, Henry VII, 1499-1502, 01 January 1499-31 December 1502

    6 d . 1501. 100 Sir Reynold Bray knight, to John Isbury esquire. Indenture witnessing sale of the manor of Charton alias Hopgras besides Hungr eford co. Wilts and all his lands etc. in Hungerford; estate to be made before Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, December 1536, 11-20, 11 December 1536-20 December 1536

    John Duval, Castelnaw's page, Hen. [Ne ] vell, son of Sir Edw. Nevell and the ambassador's la[ck ] ey, called Charton. There John Martin, Gilbert de Coste, and a tailor came after them; and on coming out they were assaulted

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    manors, 842, 857. Axminster , Devon, Newenham abbey in, 647 (xxxiv). -, Smallridge and Weycroft in, 400. Axmouth , Devon, Charton, Downe Humfrevyle, in, 414. Axnoller , Eas t, Estaskenaller, Estaxnaller [in Beaminster ] , Dorset, 889. -, manor, 646. Subscribers-only content

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    See Bykeworth. Down End , Dowenesed [in Puriton ] , Som., 536, 552. Down Umfraville , Downe Humfrevyle [ alias Charton, in Axmouth ] , Devon, manor, 414. Down , West, Devon, Crackaway in, 259. Downe , John, 109. -, Subscribers-only content

    London Pollbooks, 1713, Voters, C - F

    Charles, Henry, inn B Charles, Thomas, inn B Charles, William, bar B Charley, Hen, gls A Charlton, Michael, cut B Charton, William, bar B Chase, Emmaliel, gir A Chase, Richard, iro B Chase, William, iro A134B5 Chatfield, Bernard, apo B

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Wisbech Hundred Leverington Plan of St. Leonard 's Church

    distinct from the Town Lands: The origin of Charlton 's charity, or (more correctly) Charton 's, is obscure, but the most probable founder was Philip Charton , buried at Leverington in 1597 . The income from this charity is given

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    John Knight, a magistrate for ofsrdshire, for corrupt conduct. The application was founded on the isfidavits of a publican of Charton, his wife, and other persons, which set out that on the evening of the 3rd of July, the 1ev. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    would have led to the seizure of the work in Fiance had they been published there. Published, by Bull and Charton. Library, 26, Holles Street, London. THE NEW SPLENDID A.NNUAL OF INDIAN SCENcES, &c, Will positively be issued on the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Annual' is oue of the most successful publications, and cer. tainly theis Bibilieai' ii lie iso wayj itihferoP'..Ztbtenmum.,: Bull and Charton, Library, 26, Hoiles Street, toindoin. -Elegiantly bound, 2is.; oiyal Sio. *iitiiPidbbo adfik; isith Indix Proofs; befdye-tters 412 4s., TURNERS Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EXTRAORDINARY E SCAPE.-A short time since a younp man, of the name of Pippen, fell over the chalk cliffs at Charton, in theparisl of Axmouth, and, after pitching a depth of 150 feet, he rolled 30 feet more, and escaped Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    KNIGHTS WEEKLY vOLUKE. This day, price Is MEMO IRS of the.EARLY ITALIAN I PAINTERS, and of the Progress of Painting in Italy, from i Cimabue to Banoano. By Mrs JAMSSON. , In Two Volume. Vol. IL Landon: Chacle IKnight Subscribers-only content

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