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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Tewkesbury

    of Cranbourne and Tewkesbury passed to the crown. 3 About 1087, by the advice of Lanfranc, archbishop of Canterbury , and Osmund, bishop of Salisbury , William Rufus appointed Gerald, a Norman monk of Winchester , as abbot of Cranbourne

    Corrigenda to volume II

    III read 53 Geo. III add Littleton , 1848 (11-12 Vic.; c. 109) " 163 b , line 11, for Cranbourne read Cranbourn " 190 b , " 8 from bottom, for Hall read Hull " 224, lines 12-13 from

    Parishes Winkfield

    H. R. Odo Cross . Other residences are Cranbourne Hall , occupied by Mrs. Foster , and Cr anbourne Court, belonging to Mr. Graham Loyd , now occupied by Mr. Oscar Lewisohn. Cranbourne Lodge was rebuilt by Sir George Carteret

    Houses of Benedictine monks New Minster , or the Abbey of Hyde

    Survey the Abbey held in Hampshire , Brown Candover , Woodmancote , Fullerton in Wherwell , Leckford , Micheldever , Cranbourne , Drayton in Barton Stacey , West Stratton , East Popham , Abbot's Worthy , Alton , Worting ,

    Bray with the borough of Maidenhead Churches and charities

    at the cost of Madame Van de Weyer. The parish includes Fifield and Oakley Green and parts of Winkfield and Cranbourne . The living is a vicarage in the gift of Col. Van de Weyer. The church of HOLY TRINITY

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I lyrs J, Jil 5. GAMjD LAWS. AComittee . to consider .It e larne Laws was nmeved for by Lord Cranbourne, otilt a view to engquire into the expedigoy of *gliziot< - the sate of ga9Te. Six Joreph Yorkee skippoxted Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LAW.. COURT OF KING'S BENCH. Monday, november 25. Ad QuEEN IIAB."-tioKG V. CLAnIRE This defendant, who was convicted on tie prosecution, of.tile Society far the Suppression of Vice, for publishing. " Queen Miib," was on the 18th instant brought Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a pang. I -hope it was on a more fanciful 1iccount that Dr. Johnson always avoided going through Sydney's, or Cranbourne alley, in this neigh- bourhood, I forget which. In Piccadilly, during the time of Cromwell and the Stuarts, was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    [Smithson and Co. Pontefract. J. L. Rice, Taunton, builder. [Cloweseand Co. Temple. J. Peters, Chelsea, victualler. [Parrnell, Spitalfields. J. Lacy, Cranbourne slreet, mercer. I Birkett and Co. Cloak tane. B. Russell; White Horse court, Sonthwvark, hop-merchant. . [Green and Ashurst, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    H, V. Varman, Bow road, surgeon. [Ashley, Tokenhouse yard. J. Smith, Matnock, nurseryman. [SEmithson and Co. New inn. G. Palmer, Cranbourne passage, victualler. [Bean, Friar street. M. Mount, Weymouth, victualler. [Bower, Chancery lane. W. H., and C. Carr, Over Darwen, Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    George Wasse, 27/5/1793

    Wasse Forename George Title Qualification BA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 27/5/1793 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status Location Cranbourne// OTHER INFORMATION Source BRO, EP/A/1/2 (Act Book 1782-1810) (Episcopal Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Madan, Spencer/Bristol 1792- 1794 Comment


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