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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The hundred of Hambledon Introduction INDEX MAP to the HUNDRED of HAMBLEDON

    CONTAINING THE PARISH OF HAMBLEDON , with the tithings of Denmead , Chidden , Glidden, and Ervill's Exton 1 At the time of the Domesday Survey Hambledon was not entered as a hundred. It was assessed at two hides, which

    The parish of Hambledon

    Denmead Molyns, as in 1346 John de Molyns of Fareham was holding 5 messuages and 50 acres of land in demesne at Denmead from the bishop of Winchester . 58 At the time of the dissolution of the monasteries

    The hundred of East Meon Introduction INDEX MAP to the HUNDRED of EAST MEON

    appears to have comprised also the hundred of Hambledon , for the vills of Hambledon , Chidden , Glidden, and Denmead are included under it, 5 the three lastnamed being tithings of Hambledon at the present day. Hambledon , however,

    Parishes Southwick

    park passes through the midst of the Forest of Bere , and in its progress north to the hamlet of Denmead traverses some beautiful wooded country. The parish is well watered by the River Wallington and its tributaries, and contains

    Parishes Wickham

    consisting of 20 s . yearly, issuing out of her manor of Denmead in the parish of Hambledon , now paid by Mr. G. B. Gale of Denmead Mill . John Pierson 's Charity: by will dated 1702, consisting of

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    & Places Participant: Anne May [May] Role: plaintiff Details: female; Widow of Henry May senior, yeoman Location: Houghton (Hampshire) Place(s): Denmead (Demmeade, county of Southampton) : chapelry Participant: Anne Thwaite [Thwaite] Alternate name: Anne May [May] Role: defendant Details: female;


    Participant: Anne May [May] Alternate name: Anne Thwaite [Thwaite] Role: defendant Details: female Location: Hambledon (Hampshire) Place(s): Hambledon (Hambledon) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Hambledon (Hampshire) Place(s): Denmead (Denmeade) : undefined Home to Anne May, but unclear which one. Location: Hampshire

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, D, E, 01 December 1652-30 June 1653

    in Englishmen in ships of ships of, taken prize ships to or from Spanish ambassador at trade with traveller to Denmead , Rich. Dennett , Lieut. Edw., letter of Dennis , Geo. Capt. Robt. Mary, widow of, petition of Denton Subscribers-only content

    Warrants by the Council of State for Payment of Money.

    herself and four children, having lost her husband in the service. 40 0 0 26 " " John Jackson Rich. Denmead and Edw. Stacey, owners of the Margaret of Lymington. For damage done to their bark, split in reducing Jersey, Subscribers-only content

    Index, D

    , Denby [N. Wales ] , 916. Dene. See Dean. Denham , John, yeoman, of Ware, 680. Cf . Dynham. Denmead , Denmede [in Hambledon parish, co. Southampton ] , manor, 605. Denne , Margaret wife of John, 475. Denny Subscribers-only content

    Index, D, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    John; Christiern. -, Queen of, 665, 1154, 1562. -, -, letters to, 1154, 1562. -, treaty with, g. 2772 (38). Denmead (Denmede), Hants [in Hambledon ] , 438 (2 m. 27). Denn -, Jasper, 2668. See Odenhauser. Denner , John,

    Volume 32, January 1653, 01 January 1653-31 January 1653

    Army, to pay her the arrears due to her late husband for service in Ireland. 7. The petition of Rich. Denmead and Edw. Stafy referred to the Irish and Scotch Affairs' Committee. [ I . 68, pp . 263, 264. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    scheme of Collier's F ree School Trust. Thbe secretary reported tht new branches of the league had been established at Denmead, Preston Bissett, Gaeoust Cesteretn, ad Towre yfenrord. S t t poe slonsoft e siand d rIon ofe uspirits it Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    E. Stanton, &c. The Secretary reported that the league bad been successful in secring misrose of land fror allotments at Denmead (lants), which it is hoped will be of groyat service to the villace. Further applications under the Acts of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    R. Collier, J. IL. Green, and A. E. Stanton (secretary). nt The Secretary reported that the allotments question at as Denmead was receiving the attention of the league, and be it was hoped a whole farm might he secured in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yesterday, at the Central Offices; Councilor Shamion in the chair.-The Szcssraav reported that the Denmead allotments case was being satisfactorily pushed forward, the neat to the landowners (the governor body of Winchester College) having visited the district, and discussed tho Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    snayte remarked, was a few years ago a farmer in good circurm stances. BOARDED-OUT CeiLcDREN.-A Portsmouth corrarllrr dent states that Denmead on Thursday was in a stare no great excitement in consequence of the notion of the Sr. Pancras Guardians, Subscribers-only content

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