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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Northchurch or Berkhampstead St Mary

    square chamber of the same external width, but with thicker walls. Exact parallels occur at South Elmham, Suffolk , and Daglingworth , Gloucestershire , 88 both in pre-Conquest churches, and in neither case is it at all likely that the

    Hempsted

    , f. 11. Atkyns, Glos . 473. Glos. R.O., D 177, Hempsted fishery deeds; D 2525, Ciren., Hempsted , and Daglingworth deed 1716; Bigland , Glos . ii. 66. Glos. R.O., D 1809/T 1, deed 1710. G.D.R., T 1/99. O.S.

    Sapperton Manors and other estates

    when the estate passed to his four sisters Anne Sarah , Catherine, Mary, and Elizabeth who married Thomas Freston of Daglingworth ; the sisters conveyed it in 1836 to their father John Mills of Miserden . 67 Mills died in

    Houses of Benedictine nuns The abbey of Godstow

    was acquired in 1309 and appropriated then. 12 There were also pensions from the churches of Lamyatt in Somerset and Daglingworth in Gloucestershire . At one time also Easington in Oxfordshire paid a pension, but the nuns surrendered both pension

    Houses of Augustinian canons The abbey of Cirencester

    , Driffield , Preston , Ampney St. Mary , Nutbeme, Walle, Salperton , Througham , and lands at Cheltenham , Daglingworth , Shipton Moyne , and Weston Birt , in Gloucestershire ; the manors of Frome and Milborne Port ,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ADYES (ADDIS), William (by 1520-58/59), of Worcester.

    obtain from the Privy Council a licence regulating the weight of cloth.[footnote]In March 1549 Adyes had joined Thomas Watson of Daglingworth, Gloucestershire, in buying ex-chantry land in the south-west and in the marches for £1,306: much of this property was

    POOLE, Sir Henry (c.1541-1616), of Sapperton, Glos.

    had bought the manor of Pinbury, in 1601 he paid £1,320 to the Berkeleys for the manor and advowson of Daglingworth, and the same year he bought the manor of Edgworth. Shortly before his death he paid the Danvers family

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    2 May 1833, 2 May 1833

    Names are thereunto subscribed : (Strauon:) '' Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of Dagling- the Villages of Daglingworth and Duntisbourn, in the worth, &c: County of Gloucester, whose Names are thereunto sub¬ scribed : Also, Upon reading Subscribers-only content

    Index, 12 December 1833

    Green, Haworth ; Ashprington ; Diptford ; Wilsden-cum-Allerton ; Lockwood; Richhill; Shaftesbury; Gillingham; and Brough- ton, 230. — Stratton ; Daglingworth, &c.; Birstwith ; Bram- ley; Quakers, Whitehaven; Broughton in Furness; High Street Chapel, Lancaster; Wigan; Mount Street Chapel, Blackburn; Subscribers-only content

    6 February 1746, 6 February 1747

    tlemen, and other Perfons living in and near the Road leading from Cirencefier, in the County of Gloucefter, through Stratton, Daglingworth, Dwfoorne Rottfe, Dunf- borne Lear, Dmfborne Abbotts, IVinfion, Syde, FJmflone, Brim fu Id, Stockwell, Co'wley, Wit comb, Birdlip, and Subscribers-only content

    4 May 1814, 4 May 1814

    Gloucester; and to whom the several Pe¬ titions of Inhabitants of Tarleton and Rodmarton; Rend- combe, North Cerney, and Bagendon; Daglingworth and Stratton; and Coates and Sapperton; and of Elizabeth Gregory, Widow, on behalf of herself and of Elizabeth Gregory, Subscribers-only content

    Index, 1 November 1814

    Bill ordered; 23 Mar. Prefented, and read, ibid. Petitions from Inhabitants of Tarleton, and Rodmarton, Rendcombe, North Cerney, and Bagendon, Daglingworth, and Stratton, and Coates, and Sapperton, againft; to lie upon the Table, 24. Bill committed; Pe¬ titions, againft; read Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, D, 01 August 1545-31 December 1545

    p. 678. Daffagnano , Jacobo, and company, of Antwerp, i. 712. Dafforne , John, i. g. 621 (12 p. 308). Daglingworth (Dalyngworth, Dagworth) , Glouc, ii. g. 707 (10). Daie. See Day. Daintree , John, i. g. 621 (12 p.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rector of St. Simon's, ManebeiteO.t Grd' Westfsa nir, Youngest son of thle tate Rev. I'lhwedee bin Weatfaling Freston, rector of Daglingworth and Great Witu"f 11t ithe county of Gloucepter, to Catherine Louisa, eldest dAu1ht"' Bev. Hleery Wybrow, vicar of Stretton.on-uD Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    heart, and a verdict to that effect was returned. STROUD. FATAL ACCIDENnT TO A WooOLsYAN.-A man named Henry Curtis, of Daglingworth, Cirencester, was killed in Standish Park, near Stroud, on Tuesday. while engaged with others in felling timber, Deceased',s companions Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and sentenced to three months' hard labour. e SeetOtS OssAuao AGAtNST A CLviwyaAS.-W~llioe' Olive, a clerk in holy orders at Daglingworth, was to have surrendered on bai, charged with committing a gross assault upon a young man named Frederick Larner. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pi A.Martyn , M. , Rector of Long Melford, and Hon. el a Chaplainto the Queen, to be rector of Daglingworth, h Gloucestershire; patron, the Lord Chancellor. Rev. WiUIam Neville, M.A., Rector of Butleigh, to be g vi of Moumouth. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    are beautifully laid-out, and the extensive and richly-timbered park is bordered by the river Ure. The Lord Chancellor's living of Daglingworth, Gloucestershire, has been given to the Rev. C. J. Mdartyn, who is a well-known Freemason, and was aboit three Subscribers-only content

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