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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Alien houses The priory of Deerhurst

    Alien houses The priory of Deerhurst 17. THE PRIORY OF DEERHURST The origin and early history of Deerhurst are very obscure. According to Leland , a monastery at Deerhurst was known to Bede, but of this fact there is now

    Parishes Deerhurst

    Walton . 84 Deerhurst Priory, as a cell of St. Denis, had one hide in 1211 in Deerhurst ; 85 by 1327 Walton was in Westminster hundred 86 while the priory's manor of DEERHURST was in Deerhurst hundred. 87 In

    The hundred of Deerhurst The hundred of Deerhurst (lower division) 1845 The hundred of Deerhurst (upper division) 1845

    The hundred of Deerhurst THE HUNDRED OF DEERHURSTDeerhurst hundred comprised 11 parishes or parts of parishes. Most of them lie scattered but fairly close together in the Severn Vale south and south-east of Tewkesbury , but four are at

    Westminster hundred Lower division The hundred of Westminster (lower division), 1845.

    a house in Deerhurst , called the stock house, which the bailiff of the liberty or hundred used for keeping prisoners. 11 The histories of Deerhurst , Elmstone Hardwicke , Leigh , and Tirley are given under Deerhurst hundred, that

    List of maps and plans

    Cleeve Area, 1964 5 Bishop's Cleeve church 21 The hundred of Deerhurst (lower division), 1845 26 The hundred of Deerhurst (upper division), 1845 27 Deerhurst church 46 Tewkesbury and Deerhurst Area, 1965 57 Prestbury village, 1838 (from the tithe map)

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    COVENTRY, Thomas Henry, Visct. Deerhurst (1721-44), of Croome Court, Worcs.

    COVENTRY, Thomas Henry, Visct. Deerhurst (1721-44), of Croome Court, Worcs. Constituency Dates Bridport 2 Apr. 1742 20 May 1744 Biography In 1741, after an attempted compromise with the Tories, Lord Deerhurst, then a minor, and George Lyttelton unsuccessfully contested Worcestershire

    COVENTRY, George William, Visct. Deerhurst (1784-1843).

    COVENTRY, George William, Visct. Deerhurst (1784-1843). Constituency Dates Worcester 23 Dec. 1816 1826 Ofifces Held Lt.-col. commdt. Worcester vol. inf. 1803; lt.-col. Worcs. militia 1806, col. 1838; recorder, Worcester 1831-5. Biography Deerhurst, "distinguished for his good looks and manly bearing",

    COVENTRY, George William, Visct. Deerhurst (1722-1809), of Croome Court, Worcs.

    Visct. Deerhurst (1722-1809), of Croome Court, Worcs. Constituency Dates Bridport 5 Dec. 1744 1747 Worcestershire 1747 18 Mar. 1751 Ofifces Held Ld. lt. Worcs. 1751-1808, ld. of the bedchamber to George II and George III 1752-70. Biography Lord Deerhurst, godson

    COVENTRY, George William, Visct. Deerhurst (1784-1843).

    William, Visct. Deerhurst (1784-1843). Constituency Dates Worcester 23 Dec. 1816 231826 Ofifces Held Lt-col. commdt. Worcester vol. inf. 1803; lt.-col. Worcs. militia 1806, col. 1838, recorder, Worcester 1831-5; ld. lt. Worcs. 1838-d. Biography Deerhurst’s father, ‘poor, blind and rejected by

    LECHMERE, Edmund (1710-1805), of Hanley Castle, Worcs.

    for an inquiry into the state of the navy.[footnote] He did not stand in 1747, when the Whig candidate, Lord Deerhurst, wrote to him shortly before the election:I am extremely concerned, my dear Lechmere, that any measures should have been

  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 64, 17 January 1832, 17 January 1832-17 January 1832

    Defendants; in the second, The Right Honorable George William Coventry , then Viscount Deerhurst , now Earl of Coventry , and The Right Honorable Lady Mary Deerhurst his Wife, now Countess of Coventry , Administratrix of the Goods and Chattels

    Addenda to volumes 1-5

    . xii. Robert Cusin, saec . xiii. 547 Priors of Cardiff . The following is a fuller list: c .1111. Robert. c .1180. Robert de Westbury. c .1205. Eustace. 1262. William de Deerhurst. 1295. Simon. Vide ante , p. 201.

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 80, August 1571, 01 August 1571-31 August 1571

    by Walter Compton, Esq., of the apprehension and punishment of vagabonds and sturdy beggars in the Hundreds of Teuxbury and Deerhurst, co Gloucester . August. 60. Certificate of vagabonds and beggars arrested in certain Hundreds in co. Northampton: "all which Subscribers-only content

    Index, D

    243 (56). Dechyngham. See Ditchingham. Dedham , Essex, g. 1015 (29). Deep. See Dieppe. Deer , 1241. See also Venison. Deerhurst (Derest) priory, Glouc., 567. Delahyde , Jas., 937. -, Sir Walter, of Moyclare, 1030 (2), 1048. -, -, his

    Index, D, 01 January 1540-30 August 1540

    (6). Deer (Dere) Abbey , co. Aberdeen, 160. Deerhurst (Derehurste) , Glouc., p. 564. -, priory of, cell to Tewkesbury, 49, 139 iv.: pp. 551, 564. -, -, prior. See Bromsgrove, J. Deerhurst (Derehurste) , John, 49: p. 553. Defence

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Family. ]MARIAGES. Oa Friday sesmight, at Lord Beaucbamp's -seat, in Worcestershire, ;the Hon. George Wi. Coventrv, eldct son of Lord Deerhurst, and grandson of the Earl of Co- ventry, to td e .ion; Emma Susain Lygon, Dt ATS. Lately, at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The ATro-Rsar-CGEERAL raid- he had hi affidavit of enrtra diction ready in this case, (that of Colonel Berkeley and Lady Deerhurst). The same being read and proving satisfactory, the Rule sic5 granted. COURT OF EXCHEQUER, DUBLIN. WuITtAKER oV. Rt5E. On Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    then he made a third affidlavit, in a hiich he saul, that he having been visited bv Lord anti i.idy Deerhurst as rc!fresaid, and such intim etions harilot beren given that she had been (l-tected in a criminal intercoiirse n-bth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Noblemen and Gentlemen from distant parts came to view the trial of strength and sci- eacebetweenthesepugilistic champions. We observed Lord Deerhurst, LsrdAusoac,Hon. Thos. Coventry, Sir James Musgrave, Colonel Berkeley, Sir Anthony Lebhmere, Bart. Sir. G. Webster, Lord Molyneux, Mr. G. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and mother of the late lamented Dr. lobert Gooch. On Saturday night, at Coventry house, George, Earl of Coventry, Viscount Deerhurst, and Baron Coventry, of Aldborough, Lord-Lieut. and Custos Roni_ lorum of Worcestershire, Recorder of the city of Worcester, High Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Index, 25 November 1823

    ; Bishop's Itchington ; Rut¬ land; Peasmarsh, &c.; Bexhill, &c.; Morpeth and Castlewards; Cornwall; and Warwick, 270. — Boddington ; Deerhurst; Ashchurcli; Ashelworth; Churchdown ; Hasfield ; Corse; Staverton ; Tyrley; and Twining, 273. — Gloucester ; Ingham and Tinworth; Subscribers-only content

    15 March 1830, 15 March 1830

    from the overwhelming Difficulties under ••' which it is at present suffering:" Ordered, That the said Petition be received as the Petition of The Honorable George William Coventry, com¬ monly called Viscount Deerhurst, Foreman, who only has signed it. Ordered, Subscribers-only content

    Index, 23 July 1830

    Kingston-upon- Hull; and Grand Jury of Worcester (received as Petition of Viscount Deerhurst, Foreman), 115. — Dursley; Merchants, &c. of London; Launditch; and Wootton Underedge, 121. Taunton; Manchester; Three Hundreds of Newport; and Dursley, 131. — Boston, 136. — Holderness Subscribers-only content

    16 December 1831, 16 December 1831

    John Drummond and Charles Drummond, were Defen¬ dants ; in the second, The Right Honorable George William Coventry, then Viscount Deerhurst, now Earl of Coventry, and The Right Honorable Lady Mary Deer¬ hurst his Wife, now Countess of Coventry, Administratrix Subscribers-only content

    15 August 1834, 15 August 1834

    The Right Honorable George William Coventry, then Viscount Deer hurst, now Earl of Coventry, and The Right Honorable Lady Mary Deerhurst, his Wife, now Countess of Coventry, Administratrix of the Goods and Chattels of the said Aubrey late Duke of Subscribers-only content

 

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