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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Weston-upon-Avon with Milcote

    middle of 1166 the sheriff was accounting for Milcote, with Dorsington and Brome in Bidford , as land (late) of Geoffrey Martel . 34 Three years later Milcote (and apparently Dorsington ) was granted to Madiho, 35 from whom it

    Parishes Welford-on-Avon

    the King in ( LITTLE ) DORSINGTON 1 hide which before the Conquest had belonged to Ordui. 63 This estate, lying in the extreme west of Welford parish on the bounds of Bidford and Dorsington parishes, descended with Milcote in

    Houses of Benedictine monks Abbey of Alcester

    Glen ( Leicester ), and the chapel of his castle of Oversley; the whole tithe of his lordship of Oversley, Dorsington , Milcote, Broom , and 'Whitlasford,' half of the tithe of Pebworth and 'Cherleton,' various mills and lands at

    The hundred of Kington

    , was transferred to this county. 17 By the Transfer Order of 1931 18 the parishes of Clifford Chambers , Dorsington , Long Marston , Preston-on-Stour , Welfordon- Avon , and Weston-on-Avon were transferred from Gloucestershire , and those of

    Parishes Bidford BIDFORD ON AVON Plan of village based on the Ordnance Survey and 'Archaeologia' vol. 73, p. 90.

    assessed at 41/2 hides, held by Stephen of Bishop Odo. 87 Stephen, the under-tenant in Domesday, also held Milcote and Dorsington in chief and it is significant that c . 1140 Ralph Boteler gave the tithes of his demesne in

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CORBET, Walter, of Impney, Worcs.

    June 1408 he was associated with Hugh Mortimer*, the prince of Wales's chamberlain, as a co-feoffee of land in Little Dorsington, but there is no evidence of any closer connexion with either Mortimer or the prince. He was again present

    PAYNELL, Geoffrey (d.1437), of Little Casterton, Rutland and Boothby and Osgodby, Lincs.

    in Northamptonshire, married Alice, the widow of Richard Rous, during his father’s lifetime, and thus acquired valuable property in Little Dorsington, Gloucestershire. He later took another wealthy dowager named Mabel Harlestone as his wife, but was dead by May 1441.[footnote]

  • * British History Online *

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    Cecil Papers, 1643, 01 January 1643-31 December 1643

    Sent in to the Parliamentary army in Quynton meadow before Evesham was taken. 12 0 Sent to General Poynye to Dorsington. 18 0 Ffor quarteringe 20 Darbyshire horse. 1 1 0 Ffor halfe the price of a horse which was

    Index, D

    39. 59, 76, 195, 200. surveys of munition, ordnance and military forces in, 353, 354. disbanding of troops in, 403. Dorsington , co. Gloucester, 378. Douglas , William, 7th Earl of Morton, his nomination by King as Chancellor of Scotland

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    s- farmer. Compton Verney: No nomination. Claverdon: : it Albert Stiles, farmer. Clifford Chamibers : William it Thomas Jordan, farmer. Dorsington : Rev. W. L. Smith, * h clerk in holy orders. Eatington: Rev. George Hcsketl s. Biggs, clerk in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -as held by Mr. W. S. Poole, Coroner, on the body of Charles Lawrence, twenty years of age, residing at Dorsington. Decollsed was returning from Stratford with a load of tiles and planks, on Satuday evenshng, and neot having taken Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Jannary next, proceed to the Election of a BEDICA&L OFFIClER for the Welford Distriet, comnprising the }aribhes of Welford, Dorsington. blarston-Sicca, Grafton. Weeton-onu-von, Binton, end Billeley, which rontain an area of 9,087 Arres, land a population of 1,1)71. ~he~alary Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Maonday, (, Cheswsardine: Wednesday, 8, Norton-in. lales (at 11.165)* Friday, 10, Caverswvali Village. IWV IIJwxarlsaE (at i0.45).-This day, December 4, Dorsington; Monday; 0, Wellesbosurne Ilouse Taesday,17, Volford Village; Thursday, 9, Gaydon lnn (at 11.10); Friday, 10, Broonhill'Farm Saturdas', 11, Congliton Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Socr=c (at 11).-This day, November 16, . Stafford Lodge, Shugborough. WAsIcKsemscsE (at 10.45)-This day, November 16, Farn. borough; Monday, 19, Dorsington; Thursday, 22, Gaydon Inn; i Friday, 23, Wroxton Abbey; Saturday, 24, Ragley Ball. be WARNVICvS1surIx, NORti= (at 11).-This day, Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    John Wickes, 0/0/1561

    CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Wickes Forename John Title Priest Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 0/0/1561 Office/Status Rector Location Dorsington// OTHER INFORMATION Source CCC, MS 97 (Clerical Survey) Ordinary / Jurisdiction (Sede Vacante)/Gloucester 0- 0 Comment R: y M: nLP:Preaches: n PL: n

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Annual report 1881-82., 1882

    President Chamber of Commerce, Bradtoid George Skey , Sunnycroft, Leamington Fred . Smith (Councillor), Roslyn, Birkenhead W. L. Smith (Rev.), Dorsington Rectory, Stratford F. W. Smith ( Jonathan Smith and Sons), Dyers, Halifax W. H. Smyth , J. P., Elkington Subscribers-only content

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