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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The hundred of Kingsclere Index Map to the Hundred of Kingsclere

    1831. 2 At the time of the Domesday Survey the hundred of Kingsclere comprised Ewhurst , 3 Wolverton , 4 Ecchinswell , 5 Sydmonton , 6 the tithing of Swampton in St. Mary Bourne , 7 the tithing of Earlstone

    Parishes Kingsclere

    bed, marked by the tombstone of Mr. John Digweed of Ecchinswell House , whose interment took place inside the church in 1844 . There are two burial grounds in Ecchinswell ; one surrounds the present church, the other was purchased

    The hundred of Evingar Index Map to the Hundred of Evingar

    of King Edward the Confessor it had been assessed at 86 hides. In the 13th century the hundred included, besides, Ecchinswell in Kingsclere , Ashmansworth , East Woodhay 7 and Newtown , 8 making its extent almost identical with that

    Parishes Ashmansworth

    with the cover which the king and queen of Bohemia gave unto mee.' 9 In 1660, however, the manor, like Ecchinswell (q.v. in Kingsclere ), evidently returned to the bishop 10 and passed in the late 18th or early 19th

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, E, 01 June 1537-31 December 1537

    See York. Ecchinswell (Echynswell) , Hants, II. g. 1311 (22). Eccles , Lanc., I. 623; II. 344, 778 (5). Ecclesfelde , , I. 201 (p. 89). Eccleston (Ecelston) , Chesh., I. 1271 (2). Echelles. See Etchells. Echynswell. See Ecchinswell. Eden

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    an heir apparent to the throne.- John Bull. The Spirit of Emigration. - About two years ago, the parish of Ecchinswell, near, Newbury, Berks, relieved itself of a part of its surplus po- pulation, males and females, by defraying tbe Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    R. Parry, Liverpool, auctioneers - H. W ilkfield and Co., Birmingham, merchants - J. Curtis and W. Curtis, Kingsclere and Ecchinswell. Hampshire, farmers - R. Shurmer and W. Jackson, Bristol, carriers - G. R. Leishman and Co., St. James's-street, tailors Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the comfort of the visitors to the institution." The report was adopted, and come formal business trans- The parishes of Ecchinswell and Sidmonton, ancient chapelries in connection with the vicarage of Kingsclere, Hants having, by an order in council, dated Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The Rev. C. Heath, to the Lectureship of St. Philip's, . .rraincham. The Rev. L. Rugg, to the Curacy of Ecchinswell and Sid- nronton, Hants, and the Chaplaincy of the Union, Kings- :.'.; p. Hants. The Rev. - Armstrong, to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Chard, G. Poole to the perpetual curacy of Hammer- - -hire. 1 ;1 Rev. L. Rugg io the incumbency of Ecchinswell, „::. >■, Minonton annexed. Tii Rev. J . S.-.iaUpiece to be vice-principal of the Diocesan rtiuKis College, Chichester. The Subscribers-only content

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