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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Chirton

    it above Conock , indicate prehistoric activity in the parish. 5 Etymological evidence suggests the survival of a British enclave at Conock , which, as its name indicates, stands on a slight hillock. 6 In 1334 Chirton and Conock together

    Hospitals Ewelme

    to the value of 100 marks yearly. 1 By 1442 the foundation was complete, the endowments being the manors of Conock , Ramridge, and Marsh Gibbon , worth £59 a year; 2 but the statutes drawn up by the founder

    Parishes Weyhill with Penton Grafton

    chancellor to Richard II and first Earl of Suffolk . 17 In 1380 Michael de la Pole granted Ramridge with Conock (co. Wilts ) to Thomas, one of his younger sons, for life. 18 This was converted a few years

    Swanborough hundred

    was made up of estates in All Cannings , Urchfont , Stert , Etchilhampton , Chirton , Allington , and Conock . 10 Patney was also included in Studfold until it came into the hands of the prior of St.

    Parishes Great Cheverell

    that year Heytesbury leased Burnell to Bruges's brotherin-law Isaac Warriner of Conock (in Chirton ). 76 Thereafter Burnell passed in the Warriner family like the rectorial tithes of Conock to Gifford Warriner (d. 1820). 77 In 1826 a lease was

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ERNELEY, John (bef.1522-72), of Bishops Cannings, Wilts.

    Newstead, Wedhampton, Baynton, Winterbourne Bassett and other parts of the county. The parish of ‘Cunwiche’ or ‘Cunwicke’ mentioned is probably Conock, near Devizes, where the family were lords of the manor. As the elder John Erneley lived on into Mary’s

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    range of barns, filled with barley and oats of this year's produce, situated o0 the farm occupied by Mr Attwater, at Conock, about five tniles from Devizes, were entirely consumed by fire on Tuesday evening last-the act of an incendiary. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Owen Rowd, 0141 Jill: 'I. T. Whitehouse, Prince's E~nd, Tipton- F. Nokes, llPtOlt 03cc, llilston. W. Fletcher Parkes, Walsill Sesad, 'Conock; or to Richardson, Spence., sand Co., 29 and 22. Waterik... Liverpool. 24__N NATIONAL LINE TO -NEW YORK. NFrom Liverpool. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    within a few hendresyardi of the 0051110k Ilallway, of a bruneh of the Birmninghamn Canal, and the Tunrpike Road froinWalsallto Conock runesthrough partofthe RoteW.. Mr. John Sayer, of Cheilyn, Hay, or Mr. George, of Bentley; Mine Aget will show the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TennyonEq. ,r,,l{.L Poet LaetLureate), amusic by Miss Lindsay (Mm.s J.. W ~->.v Cd, reel' lst. fre If 16iin Realert Conock n:deetG~ n '5e Bringss hree~ton Ilrct.s ID-ablic ,fiotceo. IRMINGRAM AND MIDLAND INSTITUTTM. B CLASSES THIS (Monday) EVENING, at Eight Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'k-J,'Nottingeam, Age about 35 yeame Xi'ngazs £.-!.-Appl. whith rer cren, to Proprietress. 03238 4.UtPEMIOR young Person Wantied, Immediately, as Plain Conock I 'three en family. Nores k'ept,-Apply, between 4 and 6 p.m.. 03 %5 Frederick Reed, Edgbaston. ciSlil COX0 Wa Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    28 June 1814, 28 June 1814

    of the fame ;" to which they defire the Concurrence of this Houfe. " Cork Com¬ mercial Im¬ provements Bill. Conock En- elofure Bill. Army Prize Money Bill. lyrne againS 3«rns. Northampton Pafing, &c Bill. A Meflage was brought from Subscribers-only content

    29 June 1814, 29 June 1814

    fpe&ing: (Royfton :) Baffing- bourne: Cork Com¬ mercial Im¬ provements Bill. :eal- Great Hor- mead Enclo- fure Bill. i Bill. Conock En- clofure Bill. rRe- $ of tsr Stafford Peerage, Com«, to nieet. Hodie 2a vice leäa eß Billa, intituled, Subscribers-only content

    6 July 1814, 6 July 1814

    Queftion was put, " Whether this Bill, with " the Amendment, fhall pafs ?" It was refolved in the Affirmative. Conock En- clofure Bill: County Bridges Bill Child Steal¬ ing Preven¬ tion Bill: Meflages to H. C. with Amend¬ ments Subscribers-only content

    14 July 1814, 14 July 1814

    brought from the Houfe of Commons, Conock E»- by Sir James Graham and others; dofure Bill To return the Bill, intituled, " An Act for enclofing " Lands in the Townfhip or Hamlet of Conock, in the " Parifh of Subscribers-only content

    25 March 1830, 25 March 1830

    sign the same. Upon reading the Petition of Ernie Warriner Esquire, as Committee of the Estate of Giffbrd Warriner of Conock, in the County of Wilts, Esquire, a Lunatic, and on his own Behalf; praying Leave to bring in a Subscribers-only content

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