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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Alien houses Priory of Clatford or Hullavington

    Alien houses Priory of Clatford or Hullavington 46. THE PRIORY OF CLATFORD OR HULLAVINGTON Late in the 11th or early in the 12th century Ralph de Mortimer gave the churches of Hullavington and Surrendell to the Benedictine Abbey of St.

    Parishes Upper Clatford

    Parishes Upper Clatford UPPER CLATFORD Cladford (xi cent.); Clatford (xii cent.); Upclatford (xiv cent.). Upper Clatford contains 2,209 acres, of which 9 are covered by water, 1, 2591/4 are arable land, 2941/4 are permanent grass and 591/2 are woods and

    Parishes Goodworth Clatford

    Parishes Goodworth Clatford GOODWORTH CLATFORD Godorde (xi cent.); Godewirda, Gudeworth, Godeworth (xiii cent.); Good (xvi cent.); Good Clatford (xvii cent.). The parish of Goodworth Clatford , or Nether or Lower Clatford as it is occasionally called, is a narrow strip

    Parishes Preshute Preshute, 1843

    in the earlier 12th century, gave Clatford to the abbey of St. Victor en Caux (Seine Maritime). The cell established at Clatford , to which priors were appointed, was called the priory either of Clatford or of Hullavington but is

    The hundred of Andover Index Map to the Hundred of Andover

    ; Clatford , Upper; Fyfield ; Grately; Kimpton ; Knight's Enham; Monxton ; Penton Mewsey ; Quarley ; Thruxton ; Tidworth , South; Weyhill with Penton Grafton 1 Alterations have been made in this hundred since 1831. Upper Clatford and

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, U, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    , Th., pp. 1534, 1542: g. 749 (36), 2964 (72). Upavon (Uphaven), Wilts, 438 (2 m. 20). Upclatford . See Clatford. Upcot , Th., 438 (3 m. 24). Uphaven . See Upavon. Uplambourne . See Lambourn. Uppingham (Upyngham), Rutl., 438

    Warrant Book, May 1704, 26-31, 01 May 1704-31 May 1704

    dead before purchase, and of which they are assignees : viz. George Fitz James, son of George Fitz James, of Clatford co. Wilts., a nominee for an annuity of 14 l . for his life who died in Aug. 1698

    Index Of Persons And Places, F, 01 January 1704-31 December 1705

    granted to his daughter in consideration of his sufferings, 60. -, Judith, pension for, 60, 441. FitzJames , George, of Clatford, 259. -, -, son of George, nominee for an annuity, 259. Fitz-Maurice (Fitzmorris), William, lease during his life, 325,

    Volume 181, June 1658, 1-5, 01 June 1658-30 June 1658

    Freemantle. " Lancaster of Amport. Peter Legay, junior. " Tomlyns of Crawley. Robt. Wroth of Southampton. " Phil. Baker of Clatford. Edw. Hooker of Chilcomb. " Rich. Russell of Penton. John Hook of Bramshott. " Ellis of Winton. Roger Gallop. Subscribers-only content

    Index, C, 01 January 1658-31 December 1659

    244, 416. -, Dr., 381. -, Major, 105. -, minister, 163 (2). -, victualler, 531, 534. Clater , Wm., 162. Clatford , co. Hants, 42. Clavering , John, 576. Clay , Capt. Robt., 487, 499. -, -, letter of, 481. Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SAMBOURN, Nicholas I, of Chippenham, Wilts.

    were in Wiltshire. Described as ‘of Wiltshire’, Sambourn stood surety for the keepers of the alien priories of Avebury and Clatford in June 1377; he was violently assaulted at Corsham in the same county in 1383; and most of his

    CALSTON, Thomas (c.1361-1418), of Littlecote, Wilts.

    array, Wilts. Dec. 1399, July 1402, Sept. 1403; inquiry Nov. 1402 (lands of St. Thomas’s hospital, Marlborough), June 1416 (Clatford priory); arrest June 1408; to hold assizes of novel disseisin Nov. 1412. Ofifces Held J.p. Wilts. 14 Nov. 1403-4, 8

    DAUNTSEY, Sir John (d.1391), of Dauntsey, Wilts.

    Feb 1388 Ofifces Held Commr. of inquiry, Wilts. Feb. 1366 (possessions of an outlaw), Jan. 1391 (goods of prior of Clatford); to collect the parochial subsidy June 1371; of array May 1375, Mar. 1380, Hants, Wilts. July 1381; to put

    SANDYS, Sir Walter (c.1376-1435), of Sherborne 'Coudray', Hants. and East Cholderton

    Walter until his stepfather’s death in 1416, although he did take seisin earlier of his parents’ lands in Catherington and Clatford in Hampshire and of the manor of Berkham in Fletching, Sussex. Even so, an early and profitable marriage was

    GAWEN, John (d.1418), of Norrington, Wilts.

    of Sir Simon Burley), Wilts. Feb. 1390 (wastes, lands of a royal ward), June 1391 (goods of the prior of Clatford), Dorset Oct. 1391 (wastes, estates St. Léger Abbey, Préaux), Wilts. May 1403 (lands of Sir Henry Green*), May 1403

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Co.-J. Howse and J. Tanner, Hiampstead, pastry c-oks-i'ortington and Saxton, Paddington street, drapers-Levoson and Baker. Llana'sa, Fliotohire-Bune and Edwards, UC,per Clatford. Hamp.shire, paper nnalnlUactsrers-De Joncour, Crawley, and Co. Birosieg- ham, factors-M. Lowry and Co. Glasgow, merchaoto-J. Ro. bertson and Co. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PUBLIO MUSEMiEINTS. THEATRE ROYAL, BIRMINGHAM. .LAST, NIGHT of tho a omp111liehed young shakespearasni Actress. MISS ALLEYN, spporkai by berOw 21cslSeetdCmpu n the dlreo. TO-21)(GHT (Saturday), September 13, at 7.30, "ROMEO AND JULIET." 41NDV XrT "LE'S OLOOIEES DE C'ORNEVILLE,, In Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Burton's Scotch Pearl, 4 yrs, gat ......Watts 2 y Mr. Lowe's Clatford, 5 yrs, Set ...........C . Loates' 3 1Betting: 5 to 4 on Greenore, 100 to 31 agst Clatford, and 4 to wisthSoc Pearl.-Clatford cut out the work from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    uonynsn .. . 3 91 1 F by Craig Miller- .Jnnc& ........4 811 I Venice . . *. .3?9 iS. Clatford .. . 5a89 C by Martyrdom - Cacronalsi .. * , 81 Bormis Roe.. ..3 79 Arragon.......3 5 1IForest Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    3 Volti (C. .oatea) also ran.-Blettiug: 6 to 5aon Clatford, 3 to I agst Juliet,7 to 2eget tJlilda Il., and 20 to 1 sgt Volti.-Eilda II. made play from Juliet, with Clatford at their heels, to the distance, w hen Subscribers-only content


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