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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Waltham Holy Cross Introduction and manors WALTHAM ABBEY c . 1945

    eastern boundary of the parish, south-west of Harold's Park. Its name is derived from the family of Claverham . 156 Pain of Claverham was holding a small estate in Waltham in 1168 , 1180, and later. 157 He granted to

    Parishes Chaffcombe

    follows that of 14 or 15 fees held of the honor of Gloucester , represented in Somerset by Backwell and Claverham . Forde Abbey , Cart. p. 514; Pipe R . 1176 (P.R.S. xxv), 126, 159; ibid. 1177 (P.R.S. xxvi),

    Text of the Somerset Domesday Part 1

    and as much in breadth. It was worth 100 shillings; now 60 shillings. 'Folcheran holds of the bishop Claveham [ Claverham in Yatton ] . Gonnil held (it) T.R.E. and paid geld for 2 hides. There is land for 3

    Index A - K

    104; Mary, m. Ric. Page, 273; Wm. (fl. 1637-8 ), 110; Wm. (fl. 1690), 273; Wm. (d. bef. 1709), 273 Claverham , Adam of, 158; Pain of, 158; Wm. de, 158; fam., 158 Claverhambury , in Waltham Holy Cross ,

    Index A - Z

    rector of Cricket and Whitestaunton , 140, 237 Sam., 186 Revd. Wm., 218 fam., 218 Clavelshay , Cuthbert, coroner, 185 Claverham , 122 n Clawsey , John, rector of Chaffcombe , 127 Claxton , Wm., 54 n Clayhidon ( Devon

  • * British History Online *

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    Henry VIII, December 1522, 01 December 1522-31 December 1522

    Tower. 5 On 16, 19 and 20 May 14 Hen. VIII., he found the following sureties: Sir Th. Fynes, of Claverham and Ric. Devenysshe, of Helyngham, Suss., in 100 l . Sir Edw. Ne[v ] ell, of the Household, 200

    Index, C, 01 January 1519-31 December 1523

    2059, 2076, 2077, 2092, 3431, 3571, p. 1535, App. 2. -, -, letters from, 663, 1167. Claverdon . See Claredon. Claverham , 2712. Clavering , John, laird of Calole, 3670. See also Calalye. Claveryng , 573, 1773. -, Chr., 2415.

    Index, C, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    John, 438 (1 m. 3), 2346. Clavenna . See Chiavenna. Claverdon (Claredon), Warw., g. 94 (38), 709 (41), 2137 (10). Claverham , Suss. [in Arlington ] , g. 218 (65). Clavering , Essex, 438 (2 m. 28): g. 709 (35),

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    VYEL, John (d.1399), of Bristol.

    died, he was party to a settlement on his son, Henry, and the latter’s wife, Alice, of the manor of Claverham, Somerset, together with lands at Yalton, although how these had come to the Vyels is unclear.[footnote]John Vyel drew up

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    having, on Mjonday last, wilfully and maliciously driven a steer from a field in the occupation of Mr. Beake, of Claverham, upon the line of the Bristol and Exeter Railway. The magistrate convicted the man in the penalty of 10, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (h b), list 71hi .......................... Owner 3 Mr. Fred. Ellis's Vindictive, l2st . ................Oe......r ..............., Owner 0 Mr. C. Allison's Claverham (h b), list 7tb .......h. ............... Mfr. C. Jay 0 Mr. C. Price's Claverleigh (h b), 1lst 71b .. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the ouil15lag Estaes f th lae Nal o Livrpolitogoether or in eeparate lats, the VAUBEFARMS dIstInguIshed as Old and Newr Claverham. Lineleils, and Balabrooko. Ill the parishes of Arlington, Selmiston, ChIddInglye, &c.. exteadtiog nearly to the Ecrvielt Statieou,ueio the Lewes Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    styin site, estates of the late Eatlof Liveriol, in Lois, the valuable pi YARMS, usef distlegulobad as Old and New Claverham, Limneklito and Bat-barooks, in gull the prishe of Alinetn, Somisi~s, Chddingtye. &e., oxtendTag tore neary t th Boroic Sttio, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Grants were also made from the Special Sohool Church and Mission House Fund, towards building sohool or. mission churches at Claverham, in the parish of Yatton, Somerset ; Nanpean, near Gramponnd-road, Corn- wall ; and Offerton, near Stockport. The balance Subscribers-only content

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