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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Creslow

    Parishes CreslowCRESLOW Cresselai (xi cent.); Kerslawe, Kyrselowe (xiii cent.); Kercelawe, Kerseloghe, Carselouwe, Crissellow (xiv cent.); Cresselowe (xv cent.). The parish of Creslow contains 886 acres, comprising 47 acres of arable land and 813 acres of permanent grass. 1 The

    House of Knights Hospitallers The commandery of Hogshaw

    was originally endowed with the manor of Hogshaw and the churches of Cholesbury , Hogshaw, 7 Oving , Addington , Creslow and Ludgershall . 8 In 1302 the lands at Hogshaw were held as half a knight's fee; in 1312

    The hundred of Cottesloe Introduction

    OF ASTON ABBOTS HAWRIDGE SOULBURY CHEDDINGTON HOGGESTON STEWKLEY CHOLESBURY GREAT HORWOOD SWANBOURNE CRESLOW LITTLE HORWOOD TATTENHOE CUBLINGTON IVINGHOE WHADDON with NASH DRAYTON BEAUCHAMP LINSLADE WHITCHURCH DRAYTON PARSLOW MARSWORTH WING DUNTON MENTMORE WINGRAVE EDLESBOROUGH MURSLEY WINSLOW GROVE PITSTONE HARDWICK with WEEDON

    Parishes Mentmore

    101. Feet of F. Bucks . 33 Edw. I , no. 11. Feud. Aids , i, 111. See Creslow . See Creslow ; Feud. Aids , i, 127. Close, 16 Hen. VIII, pt. i, m. 29. Ibid. Feet of F.

    Parishes Hoggeston

    aisle is an elaborate altar tomb to Elizabeth Mayne , daughter of Francis Blythe and wife of Joseph Mayne of Creslow . The front is divided into three panels, in the middle panel is an inscription, and in the others

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I say that there are pastures in this county not equalled by any in England, such as the pastures of Creslow, Broughton, &c., and when I mention the dairy farms of this county, which are so considerable that, by the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ashamed, for it vies in com- petition with any part of the United Kingdom. [Cheers.] We have here the far-famed Creslow field, the pride of England, indeed, to say nothing of Buckinghamshire, as being perhaps the richest and largest piece Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    3 yrs, 7et . . H. Covey 3 Baron Rothschild's May Bleom, 4 yrs, 5st 101b WellS 4 iMr. Clayton'a Creslow, 4yrs, sat 101b . Edwards 5 Lord 'Wilton's Isabel, Syrs, St lkb . Morris 6 Betting; 6 to 4 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    each agot Novice and Little Ellen. Tho lead was held by Kitten till within half a mile fromn home, when thi winner cams to the front, snd won by threo lengtlla ; ten lengths between secood and third Creslow fourth. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sykes-Fair Bosamond, by ln- beritor; with foal by Cabnabcan, and covered by Exohe- quer (Mr. R. Long) . .. 125 Creslow, by King Tom-Lady, by Orlando- with foal by Canbtesnso, and covered by Robin Hood (Mr. Padwick).. 310 Viotorine, by Subscribers-only content

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