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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Crudwell

    of Chelworth , Murcott , and Eastcourt were described separately about the same time. Those of Murcott and Eastcourt included watercourses which may have been those later dividing Crudwell parish from Hankerton . Eastcourt 's south-eastern boundary, Braydon or Swill

    Parishes Inkpen

    13 Sutton . Or a lion vert with a forked tail . Certain lands which afterwards formed the manor of EASTCOURT 14 were held in the 12th century by John Mansell , who granted part to the priory of Dudley

    Parishes Shalbourne

    church here to the abbey of Bec, 8 and he was dead before 1235, when this manor, afterwards known as EASTCOURT , passed to John de Grey. 9 John gave it with his daughter in marriage to Robert de Tatteshall,

    Oving Parish Church of St Andrew Oving

    the estate of Drayton Eastcourt came into the hands of John Caryll about this time. A contemporary map 39 shows the complex of tenurial rights here. The two houses-Thomas Bisshopp's Westcourt and John Caryll 's Eastcourt -are shown on either

    Parishes Hankerton

    to have been little changed. The northern, with Eastcourt and Murcott , both in Crudwell , may have been on or near its present course in the early Middle Ages when both Eastcourt 's and Murcott 's followed Braydon, otherwise

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, E, 01 September 1640-31 May 1641

    Surrey. commissioners for executing the office of, from 1601 to 1621, minutes of East Country , the and see Germany. Eastcourt , Edmund Easterford , Edmund, deceased son and heir of Edmund Elizabeth, widow, petition of East Fen , near Subscribers-only content

    Index - E, 13 April 1640-14 March 1643

    that the Purser desired to have One searched; examined thereupon; Order for his Dismission, 4. -for discharging the Ships, 9. Eastcourt , Dr. 1641, to be summoned to attend, and, upon Refusal, to be apprehended as a Delinquent, 30 Nov.

    Index of names and places, E

    814. East Indies , ii. 613. Eastbury , co. Berks, ii. 623. Eastcott , co. Wilts, ii. 120, 312, 481. Eastcourt . See Estcourt. Easter Moncreiff (Moncrith), Perthshire, ii. 1153, 1393. Easthomeley , i. 182. Easthop . See Estop. Eastington

    Index, E, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    623 (27). Earsham , Norf., I. g. 802 (11 ? "Ersham, Suff."). Easingwold (Esyngwold, Hesilwold), Yorks., I. g. 226 (66). Eastcourt (Escote), Wilts, II. g. 529 (11). Eastcow . See Cowes. Easterlings , II. 39, 41. East Hall (Esthall), Kent,

    Cases before the Committee, June 1650, 01 June 1650-30 June 1650

    14 91 Claimant on the Estate of George Blount, Co. Worcester. 28 June 1650. Vol. G No. or p. Rich. Eastcourt, of Lincoln's Inn [husband of Grace, daughter of Sir William Kirkham ] , for himself and the creditors of Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    whom it is a duty not less just than delightful to speak with gratefullest remembrance. What Steele sayts of Dick Eastcourt may be applied to Charles Mathews. " He had so exquisite a discern- ing of what was defective in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thursday, Pends- ford; Saturday, Knightley Gngee, 11. ATUrEsnOiN. -Monday, Rhtby Bu'rrows; Wednesday, Gopsall; Friday, Newbold-on-Avon; Satura.y, Arley Village, 11.30. GoTswoLD.--Tuesday, Eastcourt HIouse (by invitation), 11, CovEInsTRss, EARL or. -Tuesday, To4hgtoo Toll Bar; Thurs- day, Elinley Castle ; Saturday. F ish Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    them to be closed for three weeks. Two cases of diphtheria and two of scarlet fever had oc- curred at Eastcourt, Barst6n. A sample of the water used was seut to Dr. Wilson, who pronounced it quite unfit for use. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Eller, M.A. Rev. J. Y. Stratton, iLA. : ev. Canon 3Sllison, M.A. John Charles 'Thyone. Be., lLA. G. T. Sotheron Eastcourt. Esq., Rev. Canon Tretusis, M-A. M.A. c Rev. Prehendary Wace, D.D. The Very Rev. The Dean of I The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    January 27, Lydham. V-WH.. Cea.lcnsrcet (at 131.-This day. January 26, Pope's Seat (at i.30); Tuescay, 30, Siddington; Friday, February 2, Eastcourt. WAaawsscrsEr.s (at 10.45).-This icly, Jannary 26, Wroxton Abbey; Monday, 29, Barford Ionse; Tuesday. 30, Weston Eonse; Titursdoy, l'ebriary 1, Subscribers-only content

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