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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes West or Great Shefford

    rights were reserved. Adam de Port gave 10 librates of land in Shefford , afterwards known as the manor of COLDRIDGE (Colrigge, xiii cent.; Colrugge, xiv, xv cent.), to John Marshal on his marriage with Adam's daughter Joan. She afterwards

    Parishes Ludgershall

    on Coldridge down and Spray leaze, to take wood from Coldridge coppice and dig chalk for repairs, and to use dirt from the street for compost. 228 Feeding was lost when demesne arable was imparked in 1348 and Coldridge coppice

    Collingbourne Kingston COLLINGBOURNE KINGSTON 1843

    and 1878 : 24 it was used for racing stables in the 20th century. 25 Collingbourne Lodge was standing in Coldridge wood in the south-east corner of the parish in 1773 . 26 It was used by a gamekeeper in

    Parishes Kingsclere

    no longer preserved, but various farms situated north of the village which were included in the sale 216 -Harriden Farm, Coldridge 's Farm, Hall's Farm, Wheat Hold Farm, Scarlett 's Farm, Ridding's Farm and Thornford Farm-are still in existence. Forster,

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, J,K

    See Knowle. Knolles , Thomas, clerk, subdean of York, 972, 977. Knotting , Knottyng, Beds, manor, 937. Knowerygge (Kowerigge), [(?) Coldridge ] , Devon, 414. Knowle , Knoll [in Sevenoaks, Kent ] , chancellor's house at, 'Rake Chamber' in, 68. Subscribers-only content

    Index, A - E

    " , Thomas, 13, 14 " , William, 12, 16 " , see Cooke Colbrone , Sir John, knt., 186 Coldridge , James, 237 " , Mary, 237 Cole , Agnes, 127, 146, 216 " , Alice, 127, 130, 146

    Index, C

    Colcotte. See Caldecote. Coldhall [in Risby ] , Suff., manor, 521. Coldrey , Colreth [in Froyle ] , Hants, 541. Coldridge , Colrigge, Colrygge, (?) Knowerygge, Devon, manor, 414, 471, 478. Cole , Thomas, 89. Colentre. See Collingtree. Coleshill , Subscribers-only content

    Particulars from the Process Book, 1631-41

    Katherin's tailor; Jane Brookes spinster, William Skipp yoman, William Capton gentleman, his wife Agnes Capton, James Coldridge yoman, his wife . . . . Coldridge, Mary Yateman widow, Benjamin Gill yoman, William Eccles yoman, John Franckleine, his wife Jane Franckleine,

    Index, L - R

    chandler, 129, 130 " see Cogan, Coggan, Coggen, Coggins Coggins, John, yeoman, 20 " see Cogan, Coggan, Cog gen, Coggin Coldridge, . . . ., 129 " James, gent., 22, 25 38 " James, tailor. 59 136 " James, yeoman,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the vnae, And thbrough the wood, with step inlirm and slow; Gray her bright tresses grow; Her face, though Coldridge ten timos did entreat, llost fair, wo grant it, but how very pale ! Only the hour of noon, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Coidridge appeared in surppcc of the summnz~os, and Mr. M~oulton, 40.,. and Mfr. J. Hunter Gray represented the plaintiffs. Mir. Coldridge ask-ed tbat the certificate mbight be varied b~y anbst itunng £32 iSa. for £163 1I., thie forer figore repredenting Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at!, Bedford T. Howard, Bradford, chemist, Jely i2, at!!, York C. Merrtott, Bridgewater, maeon, July G. at!i, Brldeewetnr A. Croker, Coldridge, Devonehire, butcher. Jul 4, at 1l, Credlton P. Hopkina, Swansea, llceneed victualler, JUlY!, at!!, Suvnna W. Badcock, Fortuea, butcher, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to the frontier; and that there was more encouraging news from the gold fields. IT is stated that SiR JOHN COLDRIDGE, the present Attorney.General, is shortly to be raised to the Bench, probably with a peerage; and that the offices Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be found a summary of this very important case, and a lengthened report of the judgment as delivered by Loen COLDRIDGE, both G of which deserve careful perusal. We will G not, however, enter here into the interesting S matters Subscribers-only content

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