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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Compton Wyniates

    in the Domesday survey of Warwickshire eight entries of estates in 'Contone', and the identification of these with the five Comptons in the county, all in Kington Hundred, is a matter of some difficulty. 8 Going by its later history

    Parishes Exbury

    was recovered by Sir William 's sister Katherine and her husband John Brewerton , 21 and thence descended to the Comptons of Compton Wyniates, Warwickshire , 22 who held it for the next two hundred years. 23 In 1718 Henry

    Parishes Melchet Park

    obtained it as belonging of ancient right to that manor, and his' heirs held it after him. 37 Under the Comptons Richard Audley was chief ranger of the forest, and lived in the lodge there. 38 He obtained in 1577

    Parishes Castle Ashby Compton . Sable a leopard or between three helms argent .

    restoration of the church is described by the present Marquess of Northampton as 'perhaps rather too revolutionary': Hist, of the Comptons ( 1930 ), 281. Various theories have been put forward as to the provenance of the doorway. The doubts

    Parishes Fenny Compton

    R. loc. cit. Thoroton , Hist. of Notts . (ed. Throsby, 1790), i, 355, from deeds in private hands. These Comptons seem to have been closely connected with the family who held Compton Wyniates. Dr. Thomas (Dugd. 518), quoting Thoroton

  • * British History Online *

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    Tottenham

    that on the Saturday after Ascensionday that year, King Henry VIII. met his sister Margaret Queen of Scots at "Maister Compton's house besids Tottnam 71 ." Queen Elizabeth paid a visit to his grandson Henry Lord Compton in May 1578

    Henry VIII, June 1542, 26-30, 01 June 1542-30 June 1542

    to Edyngdon, with all tithes and appurtenances in these places and in Almondisbury Hill, Woodland, Baggwoode, Petshawe, Henyton, le Hey, Comptons, Over Cadybroke, Lee Mershe and Over Compton, Glouc., and in Appurley beside Longforde, Sperton, and Westfeld, in co. city

    Henry VIII, July 1546, 26-31, 01 July 1546-31 July 1546

    Hen. VIII. Del . Westm., 27 July. P.S. Pat. p . 8, m . 35. 103 . Richard Grenewey, of Comptons, Bucks. Grant, in fee, for 227 l . 14 s . 3 d ., of the lordship and manor

    Index, C, 01 September 1546-31 January 1547

    (65). -, Peter, dec., ii. g. 332 (40). -, Thos., i. g. 302 (29). -, Wm., ii. g. 332 (13). Comptons , Bucks, i. g. 1383 (103); ii. p. 437. Comptroller , Mr. See Gage, Sir J. Comsthorpe , Yorks.

    Henry VIII, January 1547, 30-31, 01 January 1547-31 January 1547

    Kyrkestall . 15 July. 107. Juliana Rome, of Burley, Yorks, widow. Ditto. 15 July. 107 b . Ric. Greneway, of Comptons, Bucks. Fields called Great and Little Inglandes in Dunstable, Beds., parcel of Dunstable manor and Ampthill honour. Dunstable .

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . Stocks, Huddersfield, Yorkshire, merchant. [Jaques and Edwards, Ely place. W. Watson, Wakefield, licensed victualler. [Clarke, Chancery lane. W. Davis, Comptons, Staffordshire, butcher. [Motteram and Knowles, Birmingham. J. Parker, Cheltenham, cabinet maker. [Packwood, Cheltenham. DIVIDENDS. June 20, J. Smith, Southampton, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wolver- hampton, Stafford, huckster. [James, Birmingisarn.-J. Hurley, Birmingham, linendraper. [Dupree, Lawrence lame, Cheapside.-R. S. James, Leeds, woholesale iromnmnger. [Coaurtenay ated Comptons, Leeds.-W. Belshaw, Ancoats, Man- clhester, builder. [Ilowley. Mlauchester.-J. I. Gillan, Liverpool, commission met- chant. [Greatley, Liverpool. Dividends.-February IS, J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Christmase d k, Easter. The candidates in the present year vwr selc d- by the Very Rev. Lord Alwync Comptons Dean ofo, Id ter, Lord High Almoner; and lRev. Randall b Jo'h Ig son, sub-almoner to the Queen, assisted Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    families. Short had only recently purchased his discharge from the Militia, for the purpose of taking service in the mills. Comptons, Alburne, and May were employed in the corning-house. All these unfortunate men were marred. May has left a large Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    onie. Noeue ieeui applyp unless they aSn fiernishii us- dlessisbe refereieces no to character, &c.-Appily. by letter, to SUrs, Disuse, Comptons Hesiss, Bilrulhigleaie. elD4 XPRECED NURSE WANT'ED.-Alslly at Greuedan Villa, E osly Ra, opposite Brighton P'Isss. c2551 ANTED. a, respectable Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    5 March 1772, 5 March 1772

    of Lords» A. 1772. Comptons et al. Petition referred to Judges. that the Judges, having penned the Bill, do fign the fame. Upon reading the Petition of Henry Compton the Younger Efquire, eldeft Son of Henry Compton the Elder Efquire Subscribers-only content

    14 April 1772, 14 April 1772

    and widening the Roads from the Confines " of the County of Berwick, at or near Banghoufe " Walls, to Comptons Lanes and Eymouth ; and from iu the Town of Eccles to Eymouth; and from White- law Muir to Subscribers-only content

    11 May 1826, 11 May 1826

    for Aboln of: Bradford,) &c.:) Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of the Villages of Bradford, Higher and Lower Comptons, and their Vicinity, in the County of Dorset, whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Beaminster: Also, Upon reading the Petition Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    Collingham, South, 124. Collumpton, 327. Colne, 10b, p. Colne, Earls, 130, p. Colne Engain, 130, p. Columb, St., 211, • Comptons, Higher and Lower, 344, p. Congleton, 75, p. ningsby,l34,P. Conisborough, 193. Cork, 320. Cork, Queers, 175, p. Cornwall, Eastern Subscribers-only content

    13 February 1771, 13 February 1771

    of the faid Petition, Sir Alexander Purves, Baronet, being examined, faid, That he knows the Roads from Ednom Bridge, to Comptons Lanes, and from Ednom Bridge to Eymouth, and the feveral Roads branching therefrom ; that they are ex¬ tremely Subscribers-only content

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