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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Great Washbourne

    miles from Evesham , and south of the road between them, was in 1935 merged in the civil parish of Dumbleton . 1 Before the Dissolution of the monasteries it was known as Abbot's Washbourne, and for a while afterwards

    Parishes Eyford

    which they apparently took their name, enlarged their inheritance in Eyford, 58 and in 1370 Walter, who was Rector of Dumbleton , granted all his family's estates in Eyford to chaplains acting as agents for Evesham Abbey , 59 which

    Parishese Broadway

    Willington , and below the label are the crests of Savage, Sheldon , and Daston. The shield of Daston quartering Dumbleton , which is built into the modern west front, was found near the site of the old house, and

    Parishes Beckford

    by Edward Holland , lord of Dumbleton manor, with which Didcot was afterwards owned. 155 In 1937 the lady of the manor was Caroline, Viscountess Monsell , daughter of Henry William Eyres of Dumbleton . She died in 1959 and

    Parishes Mamble

    county, on the road from Tenbury to Bewdley . It is bounded on the north by Mill Brook , and Dumbleton Brook waters it on the east. The village, which is situated on the main road between Bewdley and Tenbury,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    seized with a fit and suddenly expired. PERILS OF HORSEMANSHIP.-Last week T. Chamber- lain, Esq., of.Cranbury, and P. Holland, of Dumbleton, near Evesham, late M.P. for Worcestershire, suffered severe falls while taking dangerous leaps, by which the former broke his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sir E. Sugden, has been appointed one of the Judges of Madras. OpPPtEssroa UNDER TiE TuRNPIKE ACT.-Mr Hol. land, of Dumbleton, near Evesham, furnishes us with the earticulars ofan instance of magisterial injustice inflicted on William Slatter, a labourer, employed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    properly, a triumph of free-trade principles. Mr E. Holland, who was introduced by the chairman is a handed proprietor of Dumbleton. in Worcestershire, sidf he had laboured hard in the country in the cause of free trade. and though he Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    East Glou cestershire, Sir Michael Hicks Beach in the Conservative interest, and on the Liberal side Mr E. Holland, of Dumbleton. Canvassing has already been comnmenced.-Mr Christopher Hamilton, of Castle Jordan, Edenderry, has offered himself as a candidate for the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of ModernLife. By HERACLITusGnEY. 1vol. v. LETTERS FROM HELL. From the Danish. In 2 vols., post 8ro. ALSO, NEARLY READY, DUMBLETON COMMON. By the Honble. LENA EDEN. In 2 vols., post Svo. 'COMETH UP AS A FLOWER.' In 2 vols., Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    25 March 1822, 25 March 1822

    to such Redemption, and " in such Manner as the said Manor of Dumbleton, and " other the Estates and Hereditaments of the said Earl " in Dumbleton aforesaid, are now settled and vested; " and the said Earl is Subscribers-only content

    29 April 1822, 29 April 1822

    Gloucester, certain perpetual Rent Charges issuing out of the Estate of The Right Honorable John Som¬ mers Earl Sommers, in Dumbleton, and for vesting certain Lands there in the said Rector, and for vesting certain Tithes and Lands belonging to Subscribers-only content

    29 April 1822, 29 April 1822

    certain perpetual Rent Charges issuing " out of the Estates of The Right Honorable John " Sommers Earl Sommers, in Dumbleton, and for vesting " certain Lands there in the said Rector, and for vesting " certain Tithes and Lands Subscribers-only content

    3 June 1822, 3 June 1822

    the Rector of the Parish of Dumbleton, in the County " of Gloucester, certain perpetual Rent Charges issuing " out of the Estate of The Right Honourable John " Sommers Earl Sommers in Dumbleton, and for vesting " certain Lands Subscribers-only content

    4 June 1822, 4 June 1822

    upon Bill: the Rector of the Parish of Dumbleton, in the County of Gloucester, certain perpetual Rent Charges, issuing out of the Estate of The Right Honourable John Sommers Earl Sommers in Dumbleton, and for vesting certain Lands there in Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Thomas Warkborne, 1/7/1640

    Appointment Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 187547 Linked to person: Warkborne, Thomas 1640-1640 Vacancy Data Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Warkborne Forename Thomas Title Qualification BD University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Institution Date 1/7/1640 Office/Status Reader Clerical

 

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