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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Wappenbury and Eathorpe

    Parishes Wappenbury and Eathorpe WAPPENBURY AND EATHORPE Wappenbury Acreage: 953. Population: 1911, 74; 1921, 60; 1931, 70. Eathorpe . Acreage: 531. Population: 1911, 153; 1921, 142; 1931, 140. The parish of Wappenbury and hamlet of Eathorpe lie on the banks

    Parishes Marton

    8 s . and 2 s . 6 d . arising out of small parcels of land respectively situate in Eathorpe and Hunningham , the origin of both being unknown. Pipe R. down to 1194. Cf. PlaceNames of Warws .

    Parishes Stretton-upon-Dunsmore and Princethorpe

    and his heirs. 39 From about this date till the middle of the 15th century Princethorpe figures with Wappenbury and Eathorpe as 4 knights' fees held of the Mowbrays and the Earls of Norfolk . 40 In the 15th century

    The borough of Warwick Charities for the poor

    82 WILLIAM VYNER'S CHARITY. By deed poll dated 1635 William Vyner gave an annuity of £6 out of land at Eathorpe to the corporation and other trustees to pay £4 to the schoolmaster of the grammar school and £2 to

    Index A-J

    sch., sewage disposal, Easenhall , East Anglia , earl of, see AElfgar East India Co., Eastcote , in Barston , Eathorpe , Eaton , Francis Ormond Hen ., baron Cheylesmore (succ. 1925), Hen. W., baron Cheylesmore (cr. 1887), Ebbels, Rob.,

  • * British History Online *

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    Yorkshire Fines, 1569

    and Marmaduke Kendall, esq., and Elizabeth his wife Two thirds of a messuage and cottage with lands in South Cave, Eathorpe als . Everthorpe, and Ellerker. William Calbeck Thomas Cowper and Ann his wife Messuage in Pontefracto. John Craven Richard

    Vandeput - Vyner

    bur St Mary Woolnoth (4) Will PCC 143 Exton pr, 4 Oct 1688 f William Vyner of Warwick (1646) and Eathorpe, Warw, gent m Susanna, da of Francis Fulwood of Middleton Hall, Derbs (5), mar (B) 1665, Mary, wid of

    Entry Book, January 1687, 1-4, 01 January 1687-04 January 1687

    Recusants. co. Warwick . Mr. William Barnaby, of Rugby; William More, of Rugby; William Miles and his wife, of Eythorpe [Eathorpe ] ; William Eborall, of the same; Elinor Perkes, of the same; John Hewitt, of the same; Susanna Kellame,

    Index, E, 01 January 1716-31 December 1716

    East Tindridge . See Teignbridge. East Wonford . See Wonford. Easthamstead Walk . See Windsor Forest. Eastwell . See Eriswell. Eathorpe , Ethorpe , co. Warwick, 401. Eatington , co. Warwick, 401. Eaton , Peter, selling the Vine Tavern in

    Index, E, 01 January 1730-31 December 1734

    -, -, licence to trade to the, 107. -, Peckham, 433. Easthorpe Hall , Essex, 130. Eastland , John, 360. Eathorpe , co. Warwick, 301. Eaton . See James, John. -, Wm., 317. Eccles , Edmund, 249, 294. -, Martin,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    VYNER, Thomas (1666-c.1707), of Swakeley, Mdx.

    1678–80; lt. indep. tp. of horse 1685; lt. 6 Drag. Gds. 1687. Biography Originally from Gloucestershire, Vyner’s grandfather settled at Eathorpe, Warwickshire, which became the seat of the senior branch of the family. His father, a younger son, went into

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Weston House; Friday, 8, Bithnam House; Saturday. 9, Bintou Bridges. WAawcccssernHE, NOurT (at 11)-This day, Februnry 2, George-in-the-Tree; Tuesday, 5, Eathorpe; Wednetday, 6, Stonily Boot; Friday, 8, Newlton, Itatton; Saturday, 9, StuileyCastle. Woacssrrsessen (at 11)-Monday, February 4, Martin Hussingtree; Wednesday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. Hanter, Pubbenhall; 4, H. Haute'x, Steneleigh ; 5, A. Plhillips, Broadwell ; 5, F. Parker, Welleebournee; 7. Wt. Phillips, Eathorpe; 5, J. Ross, Offehurob. DeeeaseTso.-?N0t less than 14 yards of drain, Sf1. deep, end fit to pipe tiles, in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    This gentleman has, it is said, resorted to the reprehens.ble trick of issuing a circular to some working men in Eathorpe anrl other villages to the effect that they had been objected to by tli uTnionist agent, and promising to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Friday, 23, The Kennels. WnewUinrCsnsa. NORTH (at 11).--This day. November 27, W'hitley Abbey; Friday. 29, Henley-in-Arden: Tuesday. Decemi ber 3, Eathorpe; Wednesday, 4, Chadwick Manor; Frida. Uy, Beoley Cross. WHRATertAxO.-TbiS day, 'ovember Z7, 2ne Kennels; Friday, 29, Much Wecnlock. WOhcsTItsiMLna Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    leston Ho'?se ; Thursday, 5, Gaydone Inn; Friday, 5, Bitham Rouse. Wr nwsctEs', NOavr (at 1I). - Tuesday, December 3, Eathorpe; Wednesday, 4, Chadwick Manor; Friday, 6, Beoley Cross. WocrR.csRstnra (at 11).-Monday, December 2, Himbletono Wednesday, 4, Broadheath ; Friday, Subscribers-only content

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