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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Ebbesborne Wake

    39 Scattered houses, bungalows, and a garage were built beside the road in the late 19th century and the 20th. Cleeves Farm, Chase Barn , and West Chase Farm were built respectively 1 km., 3 km., and 4 km. south

    Parishes Chilmark

    and Montgomery , sold Ridge farm and East, later Cleeves , farm, a total of c . 1,400 a., to the tenant James Flower 115 (d. 1932). About 1930 Flower sold Cleeves farm to his son Mr. Walter Flower who

    Parishes Hilmarton Hilmarton , c. 1773

    Bisham presented to the vicarage. 331 After the Dissolution rectory and advowson were granted in 1540 -1 to Anne of Cleeves . 332 William Cavendish presented in 1546 under a grant from the priory. 333 The queen presented in 1552


    between Caulcott closes and the paris h's eastern boundary, while the Moors , immediately north-east of Heyford village, and the Cleeves , the Linches, and Briar Furlong in the west had fallen out of cultivation. Like the South Cow Pasture

    Index A - Z

    204; and see Hyde , Villiers Clarke , Dr. Geo ., 55 Clatford priory , 179 Cleeves , Anne of, see Anne of Cleeves Clevancy (' Clive '), in Hilmarton , 4, 5, 24, 26, 51; agric., 58, 59; farm,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wilson Pat- P as1, 'rs. Salmon, Mrs. Lleufer Thomas, Mrs. Syd- noy Davies, Mrs. Noah Owen, Mrs Smith, Mrs. W1 Cleeves, Mrs. Norton, Mrs. Rees, Mrs. Thomas, yi Mlrs. Rosser, Mrs. Griffith Davies, Miss Prust, Miss . Boasen Jones Mrs. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. r..esda,, December 3. & 11WHITEHALL, DcC. 3-The King lws been pleased to nomi cate aud appoint tbe under-wientiocoed Otfficers to be Knidlts Comnman- ders of the Most I-lonnolrlrbe .Militari Order of tlhe Batl:- MaJor-General Sir Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the morning, apparently in coed health, and while givPeg directinnso to lil housekeeper, dropped down dead. At Selby, Yorkshire, Lineut-lol. Cleeves, a distinguiehe4 officer in the Laenin. etxiar war. His death was oaused by injuries received io Spain. I On Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and relations ansi his lasge circle of acquaintance. HIe has tcdso isade a dispos-al oi is apis- copal robes, lawn Cleeves and consecration gloves, whsich lie leaves to his wife and daughter, Mrs. Uaqusiart; and leaves Isis silk robes, gold Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Disks of Norfolk, Loril Straf- ford ; Asnoe of Denmark, Queen of James L. ; Disks of Siuffolic; Anne of Cleeves, wife of Henry Vill. ; queen Janel Seymour, Prince Rhupert, Duchess of Orleans, Dishop Stillingileet, Juidge Jeffereys, Butler, author Subscribers-only content

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