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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Lea and Cleverton

    Parishes Lea and Cleverton LEA AND CLEVERTON Lea village is 2.5 km. ESE. of Malmesbury , and Cleverton hamlet is 2 km. ESE. of that. 1 Lea and Cleverton is one of very few Wiltshire parishes called by the names

    Parishes Garsdon

    annexed to Garsdon rectory; 110 Garsdon and Lea and Cleverton were considered a united benefice in the earlier 20th century. 111 In 1987 the benefice of Garsdon , Lea and Cleverton , and Charlton was created. 112 From 1298 or

    List of maps

    based on the tithe award map 94 Hullavington c . 1840, based on the tithe award map 106 Lea and Cleverton , Garsdon , c . 1840, based on the tithe award maps 120 Malmesbury c . 1840, based on

    Malmesbury hundred

    times, Grittenham in Brinkworth parish, Eastcourt in Crudwell , Smithcot in Dauntsey , Cloa tley in Hankerton , Cleverton in Lea and Cleverton , and Burton Hill , Corston , Milbourne , and Rodbourne in Malmesbury . 17 Kemble and

    Introduction

    Malmesbury hundred Oaksey , Crudwell , Hankerton , Cloatley , Brokenborough , Charlton , Milbourne , Garsdon , Lea , Cleverton , Little Somerford , and Brinkworth received allotments, those for Brinkworth , Charlton , and Hankerton being the largest.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HUNGERFORD, Thomas (1510/12-81/82), of Chelsea, Mdx.

    1538. By his father’s will he received a silver cup and by his mother’s, as Thomas Hungerford of Lea (and Cleverton), a black gown, 20s. and some corn. He married Edith Strange of Chesterton and is mentioned in her sister

    HUNGERFORD, Thomas (c.1564-95/6), of Stoke, nr. Great Bedwyn, Wilts.

    MP, two namesakes must be mentioned. Thomas, son of Sir Anthony Hungerford of Down Ampney, Gloucestershire, lived at Lea and Cleverton, Wiltshire in 1576 and would have been, by contemporary standards, old for a first appearance in Parliament.[footnote] Thomas Hungerford,

  • * British History Online *

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    Henry VIII, June 1540, 21-30, 21 June 1540-30 June 1540

    belonging to the late monastery of St. Aldelm of Malmesbury, Wilts; and all possessions of the monastery in Lee and Cleverton, alias Cleverdon, Wilts. Rent, 34 s. 6 d. Del. Westm., 26 June 32 Hen. VIII. S.B. Pat. p. 4,

    Index, C, 01 January 1540-30 August 1540

    756. Cleveland , Yorks., p. 559. Cleveland , archdeacon of. See Langrishe, J. Cleveley (Clyveley) , Oxon, g. 831 (14). Cleverton alias Cleverdon , in Lea, Wilts, g. 831 (74). Cleves (duchy and town) and the Clevois (Cleffes) , 18,

    Index, C, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    119). Cletherowe . See Clitheroe. Cleve , Glouc. See Cleeve. Cleveland , Yorks., I. 809, 884 : g. 226 (66). Cleverton (Cleverdon), Wilts, I. g. 623 (4, 10). Cleves and the Clevois (Cleaveriers), I. 106 (p. 73), 120, 196, 243,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr Elliott was cross-examined by Lieutenant oraham, tbe.Court, end the prisoner, ith regard to the marines Haigh and White,,the boy Cleverton,. the midshipmen's steward, Matthews,. and the false entries in the log. ! LMatthews, jumped overboard inthe- river Nigpoo. E Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eleven were appointed to other ships. Regarding the boy Cleverton, it was not necessary for him to prove a negative; why was not the boy sent for by the prosecutors? Cleverton roasted a shoe until it was burnt, and, in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be held. In the Queen's Bench Division, yesterday, before Mr. Justice Donmass and a common jury, a working man named Cleverton stied a publican named Uffleman for damages for a bite from the defendant's dog. The dog was with defendant's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thmi men received cuts and bruises, but, fortunately, j one of thiemn were seriously hurt. G In the case of Cleverton q. Uffelman, ii which the I urv on Thursday lind found for the plaintiff, with £70. ii lemiages, for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    we IY before reporting them to the officer. Among them was the the ID servant to Commander Pitman, the lad Cleverton, whom on he had seen with a black eye and sore ear, and had heard the 15 crying in Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Edward Whyte, 26/9/1577

    Whyte Forename Edward Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Appointment Date 26/9/1577 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Cleverton// Location OTHER INFORMATION Source BL, Add. MS 33973 (Subscription Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Berkeley, Gilbert/Bath & Wells 1560- 1581 Comment

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