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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Eastington Education

    65. For a detailed account of the schools see Keys, Eastington , 112-42. Educ. of Poor Digest , 298; cf. Keys, Eastington , 114. Keys, Eastington , 114; G.D.R. Eastington tithe award. Educ. Enquiry Abstract , 314; Glos. R.O., P

    Eastington Nonconformity

    49 Hockaday Abs. clxxxix. Glouc. Jnl . 18 July 1808 ; G.D.R. Eastington tithe award. H.O. 129/337/ 2/6/10 . Date on bldg. H.O. 129/337/ 2/6/11 ; G.D.R. Eastington tithe award. T. F. Newman , A Memoir of Peter King (

    Eastington Charities

    Eastington Charities CHARITIES. Richard Clutterbuck of Nupend by will dated 1734 gave a rent-charge of 40 s . to be shared among poor housekeepers; 68 there were 22 recipients in 1878 . 69 John Blanch by will dated 1756

    Eastington Economic history

    40 a., and two on Eastington manor 24 a.; the remainder were under 20 a. 76 There were separate groups of open fields for Eastington and Alkerton . In 1439 the arable of an Eastington tenant was divided between Budlow

    Eastington Local government

    Eastington Local government LOCAL GOVERNMENT. Court rolls survive for the Earl of Stafford 's manors of Eastington and Alkerton for the period 1377-90 , 80 for Alkerton manor alone for 1424-8 , 81 and for both manors for 1438-79 ,

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, E, 01 January 1533-31 December 1533

    1065, 1069, 1263. -, governor of, 918. -, alderman of, 1510. Easthampstead (Esthampsted), Berks, 948, 1540 iii., 1679. Eastington (Estington), Glouc., 299 iii. : g. 1481 (18). Easton (Eston) or Easton Neston (Estneston), Northants, 515, 919. -, letter dated at,

    Index of names and places, E

    481. Eastcourt . See Estcourt. Easter Moncreiff (Moncrith), Perthshire, ii. 1153, 1393. Easthomeley , i. 182. Easthop . See Estop. Eastington (Effington, Estington) co. Gloucester, i. 181; ii. 980. Eastleigh (Eastly), co. Southampton; ii. 631. Eastlow . See Looe, East.

    Charles I - volume 448, March 14-25, 1640, 14 March 1640-25 March 1640

    and be both speedily and unanimously despatched, suddenly there was set up, and forcedly, as he pretends, Mr. Stephens, of Eastington, for opposing of the ship-money, in which cause he had suffered, having been put out of the commission of Subscribers-only content

    Index, E, 01 January 1540-30 August 1540

    109). Eastcote , Geo., g. 611 (50) Eastergate (Estergate) , Suss., 498 (37). Easterlings , the, 56, 98, 155, 910. Eastington (Estyngton) , Glouc., g. 611 (32). Easton (Eston) , Ntht., 498 (p. 217), 650 (1, 2, 3). Easton (Eston)

    Index, E

    33. -, Shurland in, 767. Eastcotts , Beds, Harrowden in, 181. Easter , Good, Essex, Newland prebend in, 389 (xvii). Eastington , Estynton, Glos., Alkerton in, 772. Eastmore , Estmore [in Barton Bendish ] , Norf., 802, 867. Easton , Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    STEPHENS, Richard (d.1599), of Eastington, Glos. and the Middle Temple, London.

    STEPHENS, Richard (d.1599), of Eastington, Glos. and the Middle Temple, London. Constituency Dates Newport Iuxta Launceston 1593 Ofifces Held J.p.q. Glos. 1592. Biography Stephens’s family-established at Eastington since the twelfth century-were traditionally lawyers. His uncle and namesake, who died in

    CHAPMAN, Richard (c.1504-80), of Bath, Som.

    Bath by 1554-d., mayor 1554-5. Biography Richard Chapman was the godson of Sir Richard Eastington who bequeathed 3s.4d. to him in 1512. He came of what was perhaps the most important and prolific of the Bath merchant families. His father

    TYNDALE, Thomas (1528/33-71), of London, Ludgrave, Mdx. and Thornbury, Glos.

    £20 to repair the highways. The executors were Tyndale’s brothers-in-law William Clerke and Richard Trotman, his ‘trusty servant, John Davies, and Richard Stevens of Eastington. Originally buried in St. Gabriel’s, Fenchurch Street, Tyndale’s body was exhumed for reburial at Thornbury.[footnote]

    BLANCH, John (c.1649-1725), of Wotton Court, nr. Gloucester and Eastington, Glos.

    Wotton Court, nr. Gloucester and Eastington, Glos. Constituency Dates Gloucester 1710 1713 Biography The identity of Blanch’s parents has not been ascertained, but they were probably citizens of Gloucester. As a successful and wealthy clothier he purchased the Wotton Court

    STEPHENS, Thomas I (c.1639-1708), of Lypiatt Park, nr. Stroud, Glos.

    Sheriff, Glos. 1693–4. Biography Stephens was descended from a junior branch of a family which had been seated at Eastington in Gloucestershire since the mid-16th century. His grandfather, a bencher of the Middle Temple, had bought the manor of Lypiatt

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    26 April 1830, 26 April 1830

    intituled, " An Act for inclosing Lands " in the Parishes of Stanley Saint Leonards otherwise " Leonard Stanley and Eastington, or one of them, in " the County of Gloucester, and for discharging from " Tithes Lands in the Subscribers-only content

    28 April 1830, 28 April 1830

    " An Act for " inclosing Lands in the Parishes of Stanley Saint Leo- " nards otherwise Leonard Stanley, and Eastington, or one 1 e them, in the County of Gloucester, and for discharging " from Tithes Lands in the Subscribers-only content

    29 April 1830, 29 April 1830

    In- " Act for inclosing Lands in the Parishes of Stanley Saint closure Bill. " Leonard's otherwise Leonard Stanley, and Eastington, " or one of them, in the County of Gloucester, and for " discharging from Tithes Lands in the Subscribers-only content

    30 April 1830, 30 April 1830

    Act for Leonard " inclosing Lands in the Parishes of Stanley Saint Leonard's Stanley In- " otherwise Leonard Stanley, and Eastington, or one of closure Bl11: " them, in the County of Gloucester, and for discharging " from Tithes Lands Subscribers-only content

    3 May 1830, 3 May 1830

    Tithings:" •* An Act for inclosing Lands in the « Parishes of Stanley Saint Leonard's otherwise Leonard " Stanley, and Eastington, or one of them, in the County " of Gloucester, and for discharging from Tithes Lands in " the Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    above paragraph was written, a much more flagrant and abominable case tbat that of Winchconrb has orrurred in regard to Eastington. This elare is distant from Stroud only fear nilers and a half; yet have the (loucesternbire 'T'ory Magistrates ihought Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Co. Bedford row. R. Belt, Newcastle upOn Tyne, merchant [Boil & Co. Bow churchyard. J. P. & C. E. Hicks, Eastington, Glocestershire, clothiers. [White & Whitnmore, : Bedford row. I.; R. Bligh, Bishop Ancklansd, Durham, surgeon. [Smithson & Dunn, Southarmp- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and 31. W. Gyeenshields, Newv Bond street, Westminster, tailors. [Walker, Southampton street, Bloomsbury. J. P. Hicks sod C. H. Hicks, Eastington, Gloucesterabire, clothiers. [Lofty & Co., King street, Cheapsido. F. Sandon, Newgate street, druggist. [Frankham, Walbrook buildings. J. Penn, Leamingten, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Machin, Waterloo place, Pall Mali, wine merchant-July 2L. T. Curtis, Budge row, stationer.-July 23. J. P. and C. E. Hicks, Eastington, Glocestersh. clothiers.- July 24. T. Robinson, Hexham, Northumberland, victualler.-July 27. J. Rey. nolds, Manchester, merchant.-July 25. T. Claughton, Haydock Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lion square. J. Barber, Walworth road, pawnbroker. [Kiss and Son, Fen- church street H. Fletcher, sen. and H. Fletcher, jun. Eastington, Gloucester- shire, clothiers. [Crowder and Mayuard, Mansion House place. J. Firth, Coburg Arms public house, Webber street, Lambeth, licensed Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Richardus Caple, 7/5/1635

    Caple Forename Richardus Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason resignation Date 7/5/1635 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Eastington// OTHER INFORMATION Source LPL, Laud's Register, vol. 1 (Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Laud, William/Canterbury Province 1633- 1645 Comment Instituted during

    Gulielmus Mew, 7/5/1635

    Mew Forename Gulielmus Title Qualification BD University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Institution Date 7/5/1635 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Eastington// OTHER INFORMATION Source LPL, Laud's Register, vol. 1 (Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Laud, William/Canterbury Province 1633- 1645 Comment Instituted

    James Rudd, 20/12/1789

    16 (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Markham, William/York 1777- 1807 Comment Stipend £35. Patron Details PATRON SUMMARY Patron Type Patron Role nominator Gender MalePATRON DETAILS Patron Surname Title Forename Gender Guardian Resid. Office Rudd Thomas Male Missing Vicar of Eastington

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