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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Bisley Charities for the poor

    the relief of those attending the Baptist chapels at Chalford , Eastcombe , Winstone , and Coberley . In 1972 , when the Coberley chapel had closed, the £7 10 s . income was used at the ministers' discretion among

    Editorial note

    Brazington of Farmington , Mr. P. Clark , formerly of Cold Aston , Lt.- Col. R. A. Coxwell -Rogers of Coberley , Mr. R. M. Courtenay Lord of Compton Abdale , Professor C. C. Dyer of Birmingham University, who gave

    Parishes Eldersfield

    to be held in 1572 and 1603. 27 William de Berkeley was nephew 28 of Roger de Berkeley who held Coberley in Gloucestershire in 1086 . 29 His son William in 1195 paid 40 marks for having seisin of Eldersfield

    Houses of Benedictine monks Priory of Little Malvern

    Horwell, 13 a yearly allowance of 40 s . from Elmley Castle , and the patronage of the church of Coberley in Gloucestershire . 14 The abbot and convent of Lyra in France conveyed to the priory of Little Malvern

    Bradley hundred Fig. 1. BRADLEY HUNDRED 1845

    parts, Northleach borough and Northleach Foreign (or Eastington ). Upper Coberley , though remaining in the enlarged Bradley hundred and administered for some purposes with Eastington , became part of Coberley parish, and Winson , also remaining in Bradley hundred,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BERKELEY, Thomas (1351-1405), of Coberley and Stoke Orchard, Glos., Chilcote, Derbys. and Eldersfield, Worcs.

    Dec. 1388.� Biography The line of the Berkeleys of Coberley had been separated from that of the Berkeleys of Berkeley as far back as the 11th century. Their tenure of Coberley, on the top of the Cotswolds some three miles

    [ANON], Edward.

    Following this lead Williams and Davenport have suggested that the Member was a younger son of Sir Giles Brydges of Coberley, Gloucestershire, and thus a brother of Sir John and Thomas†, but there is no evidence that Sir Giles had

    BRYDGES, Sir John (1492-1557), of Coberley, Glos.

    John (1492-1557), of Coberley, Glos. Constituency Dates Gloucestershire 1529 Ofifces Held Commr. subsidy, Glos. 1515, 1524, musters 1522, Wilts. 1539, relief, Glos. Wilts. 1550, goods of churches and fraternities Glos. 1553; other commissions 1530-d.; j.p. Glos., Wilts. 1529-d.; knight of

    BRYDGES (BRUGGE), Roland (1472/73-1540), of Clerkenwell, Mdx. and the Ley, Weobley, Herefs.

    What remains uncertain is Brydges’ place in the family seated at the Ley in Weobley, kinsmen of the Brydges of Coberley, Gloucestershire: a Roland Brydges appears in its visitation pedigree as the second son of Henry Brydges and Sybil Bromwich,

    WESTWOOD, Hugh (by 1500-59), of Chedworth, Glos.

    Queens Anne Boleyn and Catherine Parr he was associated with Sir John Brydges, who besides being his near neighbour at Coberley would also become his kinsman when Westwood married Jane Baynham, Brydges’s first cousin. It could scarcely have been other

  • * British History Online * *

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    Queen Mary - Volume 8, April 1556, 01 April 1556-30 April 1556

    8. Coberley. 2. Examination of Sir Anthony Kingston relative to a conversation which he had with Ashton and Dudley. Ashton broke a piece of coin, and delivered it to Sir Anthony Kingston as a token, & c. April 9. Coberley. Subscribers-only content

    Index of arms

    608. Bellomont , Earl of Leicester, 285. Bentinck , 30. Beresforde , 353. Berkeley . 410. 581. (Q). , of Coberley, 410. Berry , 429. Betts , 332. Bingle , 102. Birchells , 66. Biscoe , 30. 323. Blackenhall ,

    General Index, C, 01 January 1547-31 December 1580

    Henry, Lord Clynton Clypsham Co , R. Co , Sir Thomas Coachmaker , The Queen's Coals Coat and Conduct Money Coberley Cobham , Cobham Hall Cobham , Elizabeth Cobham , George Cobham , Henry Cobham , John Cobham , Lady Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, February 1528, 21-29, 01 February 1528-29 February 1528

    dioc., vacant by resignation of Jo. Davenport. Del . Westm., 20 Feb. 19 Hen. VIII. 23. Sir John Bruggs, of Coberley. Grant, in reversion, of the office of steward of the lordship, & c. of Beesley (Glouc.), on the death

    Index, C, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    20 (p. 19), 82 (p. 40). Cobbetonheis . See Cobden. Cobden (Cobbetonheis), Devon, g. 1083 (2). Cobden Hill. See Copthorn. Coberley . See Cubberley. Cobham , Kent, g. 804 (10). -, college, p. 1530: g. 1221 (47). -, -, master.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Biady ~ orny otluor ight duty, ile or near Birmninghanm. Re- forenc us can belad if recpoired.-Apply, B. E. S., Coberley Court, near Chlela.cf23 \/1TANTEn S. ituation, as Companion to elderly lady, or Governess Vi to you g children. Good Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ilonse, near a] ~~IDOW dsleires e. Situaetion, as Nurse, to It,, Ioyalitt Lasly, or Cisarget of two Chltdren.-Agpllyj '.T. C., Coberley Court, ,, iear ClteltenlaNm. (e5395 NUR11SE.-Wanted, a reopectablel Girl, canot 18. - &pply. 136, L¶ rotnsgrove Street,_IBiraminghsams. 5977_ NURSEMA'ID~ Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    £14.-Addreos, 946 IDaily Post- 04758 IVANTBD, Sitnation as Useful Companion or Help: doniosti- V V uted, erperiend-Adrsste . t W~ison, Coberley, ner Cheltenham. __ 032 %ATNTE. itutiosas Chambermaid anud Housemoid; same V hoclpefered.Good referenres. Thoroughly experiencedI.- Apy .TanH.I',Stork lintri. Walssll. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for hUlind]g a chapel at Ba-itLharn, and for provielng a Par. sonage at Shurdingtor'. The ;Rev. C. H. Wilson, of Coberley, has supplezuented thle gift to Shurdinctonl by presenting nine and a half acres of freehold lanAd as a site Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    S ALE several PLOTS OF BUILDING LAND, On the GRANDPONT ESTATE. WALTER GRAY, Liquidator. 30, New Inn Hall-street, Oxford. UPPER COBERLEY FARMS, Four miles from Cheltenhama, eight fiom Cisvncester, and ioe from Co6'es~bourne. Highly-important SALE of a Flock of 570 Subscribers-only content

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