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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Dormston

    Parishes DormstonDORMSTON Deormodesealdtune (x cent.); Dormestun (xi cent.); Dormyston (xv cent.). This small parish, which contains only 820 acres, lies on the road from Worcester to Alcester , which runs through it on the south. On a road branching

    Parishes Kington

    has since descended with his portion of the manor. 67 The rectory of Kington was annexed to the vicarage of Dormston in 1874 . 68 William Tyndal the antiquary was presented to the rectory of Kington by Henry Cecil in

    Parishes Inkberrow

    Barrel's Wood, adjoining Cank , is part of Lord Abergavenny's property. 213 Land at Inkberrow , with the manor of Dormston , was conveyed in 1271 -2 by Reginald de Imworth and his wife Maud to John de Bottelegh, who

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    RUSSELL, Sir John (d.1405), of Strensham, Worcs.

    Parliament was in session, Sir John was able to obtain a royal licence to crenellate his manor-houses at Strensham and Dormston. In July 1389, after Richard II had regained control, he granted him custody of the alien priory of Deerhurst

    RUSSELL, William (d.1418/19), and Strensham, Worcs.

    his father’s death in 1405 he would appear to have come into possession of little more than the manor of Dormston, which had not been included in the settlement. However, it seems likely that at some point before her death

    LILLING, Sir Nicholas (d.1417), of Abington and Great Billing, Northants.

    a j.p. and chief steward of the earl of Warwick in neglecting to arrest the murderers of Russell’s bailiff of Dormston, and that when John Blount II* of Sodington had, with some justification, carried off three of Warwick’s bondmen to

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Thomas Brice, 25/3/1701

    ID: 118794 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Brice Forename Thomas Title Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 25/3/1701 Office/Status Curate Location Dormston// OTHER INFORMATION Source WRO, b 736-BA.2006 boxes 11-59, 62 (Bishops' Transcripts) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Lloyd, William/Worcester 1699- 1717 Comment

    Thomas Brice, 25/3/1700

    ID: 118749 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Brice Forename Thomas Title Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 25/3/1700 Office/Status Curate Location Dormston// OTHER INFORMATION Source WRO, b 736-BA.2006 boxes 11-59, 62 (Bishops' Transcripts) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Stillingfleet, Edward/Worcester 1689- 1699 Comment

    Thomas Brice, 25/3/1699

    ID: 118703 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Brice Forename Thomas Title Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 25/3/1699 Office/Status Curate Location Dormston// OTHER INFORMATION Source WRO, b 736-BA.2006 boxes 11-59, 62 (Bishops' Transcripts) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Stillingfleet, Edward/Worcester 1689- 1699 Comment

    Thomas Brice, 25/3/1697

    ID: 118611 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Brice Forename Thomas Title Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 25/3/1697 Office/Status Curate Location Dormston// OTHER INFORMATION Source WRO, b 736-BA.2006 boxes 11-59, 62 (Bishops' Transcripts) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Stillingfleet, Edward/Worcester 1689- 1699 Comment

    Thomas Bries, 25/3/1696

    ID: 118572 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Bries Forename Thomas Title Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 25/3/1696 Office/Status Curate Location Dormston// OTHER INFORMATION Source WRO, b 736-BA.2006 boxes 11-59, 62 (Bishops' Transcripts) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Stillingfleet, Edward/Worcester 1689- 1699 Comment

  • * British History Online *

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    Index of places

    The, Norton Folgate, 198 199. Dog's Head , The, par. of St. Martin, Ludgate, 214. Do Little Lane , 74. Dormston , co. Worcester, 212 215, 218. Downe , East, co. Essex, 251, 253. Downs Lands , co. Hampshire, 235.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    colusnns. Hoping you will kindlv insert this appeal, I aen, sir, yours faithfully'., W. BLAKE ATKIN60, Rector of Kirton with Dormston. Dormseton, Redditch, July 8, lSS0. a RIFLE VOLUVNTEER COMt ETIrlTTON.-On the sugst5190 iof the Bedditch itlse Corps a match Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    c Cox, MLA., chaplain of Cheltenham Workhouse. Re'. IV. J. Holden, DIA., curate of New Miverton, rector of Kington with Dormston; patron; Mrs. Baker Carr. Rev. J. S. Parton, E.D., rector of Chetton, honorary canon in Worcester Cathedral. Rev. Frederic Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lord Chancellor Hatberley. Rev. W. C. Upton; vicar of Reepham, Lincolnshire. Rev. Henry Lawson Whatley, vicar of North Piddle and Dormston; rector of Aston Ingham, near Ross, on his own presentation. WHY MEN DON'T MARRY. Thereasons " why men don't Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    namely, to exalt a human priesthood ami to semi- Romanize the country. ECCLESIASTICAL PREFERMENTS. Key. J. G. Brighton, M.D., to Dormston V., Worcester. Rev. Pitt Cobbett, to Crofton V. Rev. Harold R. Fleming, to Corhampton V. Rev. W. Hall, to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE. ECCLESIASTICAL PREFERMENTS. Rev. E. A. H. Aston, to Fyfield V., Berks. Rev. W. B. Atkinson, to Kington- with-Dormston R. Rev. G. C. Dickinson, to St. John's V., Truro. Rev. T. K. Gaskell, to Folks worth R., Peterborough. Subscribers-only content

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