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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Poughley

    from Thomas de Mazuy, the land that he held at West Batterton, Wilts ; from Roger de Curridge , his lands at Curridge ; from Nicholas de Hedinton, his lands at Peasemore ; from Lambert de Faringdon , his lands

    Parishes Chieveley

    lies along a road which runs parallel to the Newbury and Oxford highway. Snelsmore and Curridge consist of scattered clusters of houses. The school at Curridge , built between 1852 and 1859 by Mrs. Stackpool and Miss Wasey , is

  • * British History Online *

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    Cecil Papers, 1647, 01 January 1647-31 December 1647

    Signed: Tho. Trever. Endorsed: "The Barons Order that noe plea be received for Mr Guninge." p. (General 90 /19.) John Curridge to Samuel Stillingfleet. 1646 47, March 5. "I have had so manie soulders that I am not able to

    Index of names and places, P, Q

    Walter, of Greenknowe, ii. 1146, 1386. Prior (Pryor), William, ii. 293, 461, 656, 1061, 1320, 1364. Priors Court . See Curridge. Prisley . See Priestley. Prisons : Compter, St. Margaret's Hill, Southwark (Counter in Surrey), ii. 754, 911. Fleet, ii.

    Index of names and places, C

    i. 1123. Thomas, ii. 1070. William, i. 335. Cowliff . See Cunliffe. Cowper . See Cooper; Cupar. Cowridge . See Curridge. Cowscots [? Sculcoats ] , co. York, ii. 979. Cox (Coxe): Mr., of Bishopstoke, minister, ii. 983. alderman of

    Index, C

    Scooles , purchased, 286. Currey , Thomas, of Cranborne, co. Dorset, complains about conduct of Hill and Hooper, 41. 159. Curridge , John, tenant to the Earl of Salisbury at Tarrant Rushton, co. Dorset, letter to Stillingfleet, 393. requests consideration

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was found in the apartment, as also twenty-four duplicates relating to plate and other valuable articles of different descriptions. Mrs Curridge, 55 Brook street, Lasmbeth, stated that about three months ago the prisoner took a furnished room of her upon Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    11.30 n.u., at the County Court Office, Wrex. bam. EDWARD FPeFoxED osi JoIINsoN, formerly of Hinton Blewett, afterwards Bath, then Curridge, Berkehire, theD College Green, Bristol, and now Derryfelds House, Weston-super-Mare, clerk in holy orders. First meeting July 6 at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wilson's Sir Plu-me, a, llet 131h ........T. Wilson 2 Mr. Walley's Plumstons, 4y. llst Bib..Si..... r. Whitten 3 Amber (Mr. Curridge) also mu-B etting, : Evens Charmnione, 5 to 2 each ages Sir Plume and Plumntone, and 20 to 1 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING. S P R TI N FORLETELLEB'S NOTES, SPECIAL TELEGRAM. NEWMARKET. TuESDAnY NIGcT.-The sport at Newmarket this afternoon was got through in fine weather, but it was not of an important character, and can be briefly dismissed. For the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    offered for sale at the'dTiicix Hotel, Newbury, on. the 28th ult. 12a. 2r. 2p of freehold arable land, situate at Curridge, hferks, which was sold to the Rev. J. S. Wasey. 'TAm W KL-Y MA.ixnT SAuL, -Aueusr 2.-At their auction Subscribers-only content

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