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Found 143 matches across 5 resources.

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Sparsholt

    probable that it originally belonged to the Sparsholts, passed from them with the manor of Coldrey to the Coldreys, 36 and descended from Thomas Coldrey to his daughter and heir Christine, wife of Richard Holt . In support of this

    Bentley liberty and parish Index Map to the Liberty of Bentley

    brother bought the property from the executors of Mr. Robert Trimmer . The parish, assessed with the small parish of Coldrey , 1 which covers an area of 194 acres, contains 1, 1381/4 acres of arable land, 1, 0771/2 acres

    Parishes Bishop's Sutton Bishop's Sutton Church

    for in that year there was a similar conveyance from Richard Lyster to Sir John Leigh of the manor of Coldrey in Froyle parish. 44 In 1567 Edward Fitzgarrett and Agnes his wife, daughter and heir of Sir John Leigh

    Parishes Eling

    flagon of 1693, given in that year by or in memory of Margaret Leigh , one of the Leighs of Coldrey ( Hants ), and an alms dish of 1707. The registers are in teven books: (1) all entries, 1537

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index of Subjects, M

    Window Act, 94. Malt Lottery. See Lotteries. MANORS , named: Aldbury; Alveston; Austins Monsr. Barsnet; Betham; Bonyalva; Boyton; Burshes. Clewer; Coldrey; Cookham; Cosell; Creppinghall; Croxton; Croydon; Cuddeston; Curry Mallet; Cutts. Datchet; Datchet St. Helens; Ditton; Dorbusc; East and West Deeping;

    Warrants etc, July 1698, 16-31, 16 July 1698-29 July 1698

    of premises being lands in the parish of Christchurch and manor of Liswerry and manor of Goldcliff and manor of Coldrey and in the parish of Llangeview and Lordship of Usk Co. Monmouth. King's Warrant Book XIX , pp. 533

    Surnames beginning 'C'

    ser, 4.3 Colchester : Hen, £600; Penelope, w; Penelope, d; Eliz, d, 75.9 Hen, bach, 44.11 Colcot Ric, ser, 13.24 Coldrey John, 17.99 Cole Coale: -, nurse, 32.18 -, wid, 14.10 Amphilis, 57.6 Anne, ser, 6.3 , 73.8 Benj; Ann,

    Index, F

    283, 328, 405, 414, 418 (v), 436, 474, 496, 544, 628. -, -, the younger, gent., 258. Froyle , Hants, Coldrey in, 541. Fryssheney , Stephen, clerk, 44. Frumselwode. See Frome Selwood. Fryngford. See Fringford. Frysby. See Frisby. Fryston (Lincs). Subscribers-only content

    Index, C

    Colchester , Colcestre, Essex, 224, 396, 825 (i), 829. Colcotte. See Caldecote. Coldhall [in Risby ] , Suff., manor, 521. Coldrey , Colreth [in Froyle ] , Hants, 541. Coldridge , Colrigge, Colrygge, (?) Knowerygge, Devon, manor, 414, 471, 478. Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LEIGH, Sir John (c.1575-1612), of Coldrey, Hants.

    of Coldrey, Hants. Constituency Dates Grampound 1597 Newport Iuxta Launceston 1601 Helston 1604 Ofifces Held J.p. Hants from c.1592, q. from 1601. Biography When barely a year old, Leigh succeeded to a moderate estate, including the manors of Coldrey in

    CHAMBERLAIN, William (d.1445), of Southampton.

    time of his death, which occurred on 6 Apr. 1445, was aged 18 and married to Richard Holt, esquire, of Coldrey in Froyle, Hampshire (either the knight of the shire of 1431 or the latter’s son of the same name).

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    reg F. Luckie). 15 BAn-ptS m G. Peacey and S. H. Bartlett, Atdortanbtosr', narehsusemen. [Lloyd, Milk street, Cheapsided C. G, Coldrey, Lawrence lone, merchant. [Ashmrsh and Co. Cheap- side. T. Wells, Slidbnry, confectioner. [Chlten and Ce. Chancery lane. A. Tstraey. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2100. more. The ladies who officiated yesterday at the sale were Mrs. J. Brewer sen., Mrs. T. W. Edwards, Aro. Coldrey, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Cooper, Miss Beck, Bliss Cope, Miss Bayley, and Miss Steckwia, end a very fair measure of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    firel ins'each and secnrd Irs tire live feestnet beats to ride iii tire finel. Beat I : 1. WV. T. Coldrey (Itildare iJC,135 ykrds, 1 : A. Spires (For. swerd B.C.), 118 yards, 2 ; G. P. Istil% (Alieled B.C.), Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wvas ordered to pay the amount of the damage or go to prison for a month, with hard labour.-William Yrvderickr Coldrey, marine-storo dealer, Rugby, sam- moned for illegally purchasing a quantity of lead of less weicht than 112tb. from a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Newcastle-upon-Tyne, mahogany merchants. J. rage and T. Mills, WVestbosurne-place, Paddiisgton, wvine merchants. T. Gorman, jun.. and Co.. Liverpool, provision merchants, Coldrey sod Davies, Finsbury-pavemont, dealers ini embroidery, Gale, Milner, and Smith, Parliament-street and Sweden, contractors as far as onecerns W. Subscribers-only content

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