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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The hundred of Ripplesmere Introduction and map

    was returned as a borough, and the hundred of Ripplesmere consisted of Easthampstead , Winkfield and Ascot , Clewer and Dedworth , and Old Windsor . 4 Index Map to the Hundred of Ripplesmere See under hundred of Cookham .

    Parishes Clewer

    divided later into Dedworth Maunsell and Dedworth Loring. At the beginning of the 13th century Peter de Loring held a fifth part of a fee in Dedworth of William Beauchamp 69 ; John de Loring held in Dedworth in 1316

    The royal borough of Windsor Introduction

    Clewer within the borough was formed into the civil parish of Clewer Within, the remainder being known as Clewer Without. Dedworth , a hamlet of New Windsor , was transferred to Clewer in 1878 . Windsor Castle was extra-parochial until

  • * British History Online *

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    Index of Persons and Places, D, 01 January 1693-31-Dec-1996

    , Lord. See Courcy, John de. De Cramache . See Cramache. Deddington , co. Oxford, 660. Dedworth Loring , Dodworth Loreing, co. Berks, 1023. Dedworth Maunsell , Daworth Manuell, co. Berks, 1023. Dee , River, commission for lands overflown at

    Entry Book, May 1695, 1-5, 01 May 1695-05 May 1695

    men of Clewer 0 17 8 ditto, payable by ditto of Daworth Manuell [Dedworth Maunsel ] 0 6 2 ditto, payable by ditto of Dodworth Loreing [Dedworth Loryng ] 0 6 2 ditto, payable by ditto of Windsor Underore 0

    Entry Book, August 1661, 01 August 1661-31 August 1661

    per an . as steward and bailiff of all the manors, lands, tenements. & c., in Clewer, Clewer Brocas, Binfield, Dedworth, Manchell, alias Mansell, and Buntingbury Brocas, co. Berks, late parcel of the possessions of Lord Sandys. Ibid , XIV.

    Index, D, 01 January 1660-31 December 1667

    , 354, 440, 508, 536. De Cominges . See Cominges. De Courtin . See Courtin. De Crequi . See Crequi. Dedworth (co. Berks.), 277. Deering . See Dering. Degg , Simon, a j udge of the Council of the Marches,

    Entry Book, June 1688, 21-30, 21 June 1688-30 June 1688

    said Chase and of the offices of Steward and Bailiff of the manor and lands in Clewer, Clewer Brocas, Binfield, Dedworth, Mansel and Buntingbury Brocas, co. Berks, late the lands of Lord Sandys; all as granted by Charles II to

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the Stational.- FPROM THE SOUTHrI YORKSHIIR~t COAL-FIELD. Per Ton. HOUSE COAL, SCREENED. B. d. Barnsley .............................-..., ,. 18 r Dedworth ..-1. , 0 ...........1 ltothwell Haigh .. 20 O Silketone (Newton, Chambers, and Co:) ........ 21 0 filkstone-.-... . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Alen, about 21, for Manchester Deportment, JLMoot have goed references, and have held good situations.- J. P. Glhherd end Son, Dedworth. 0l1OS R(ffXexperiencod) Wanted. mnst have good characters, D -piMidland Brewery, Nova Scotia, Street. o64? Tf-thRES8SMAKTNG.-Wstntec. expegrienced Finst Skirt Hand. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    acid. Michael Thompson, druggist, of Bedwortb, said The bottle produced was sold by me to William Hinks, a carrier, between Dedworth an d Asley. It contained prussic acid and water. He represented it to be for a person he well Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for the distance is only a mile, and Tuesday's results must betray what are the best to back for the Dedworth and Grand Stand Handicaps, tempting as Lady Sophie appears at present. The Royal Stakes, for two-year- olds, about five Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    9; Eton, 59 or 62, Dedworth, 6 or 20: Stand, 10 or 17; Cap, S Golborne, 11; Cup, 3 or 0; Makerfleld, 10 or 27. RACINOG INDICATOR.-Windsor: Royal, 55 or 67; Eton, 28 or 13; Dedworth, 15 or 23; Stand, Subscribers-only content

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