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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Water Stratford

    married Thomas Edgerley . 70 Thomas Edgerley was succeeded in 1659 by his grandson Thomas Edgerley , 71 who in 1670 joined with his wife Frances and Anthony Frankish in a settlement of the manor. 72 Thomas Edgerley was Sheriff

    Eynsham Other estates

    An estate called the Farm, in fact the demesne farm of Eynsham manor, 6 was in 1650 leased by Thomas Edgerley of Bletchingdon from James Stanley , earl of Derby ; it comprised a farmhouse and buildings (1 ½ a.)

    Ducklington Introduction Ducklington c. 1838

    Farm and Moulden's wood (called Edgeley coppice in the 17th century and later), 49 where two adjacent fields, one called Edgerley ground in 1839 , 50 retain signs of house platforms and have yielded early medieval pottery. 51 At least


    m. Rob. Edgerley , 126, 143 Benett , John (fl. c . 1456), 115, 182; John (d. 1498), 208; John, innkeeper, 182; fam., 180, 182 Benger , Agnes, w. of Sir Thos ., 120, 126, and see Edgerley ; Sir

    House of Lords Journal Volume 17 13 October 1675

    abbey c . 1200 was probably on the west side of the parish where the abbey's holdings were concentrated. 79 Edgerley field, mentioned in the 17th century when it was mostly in closes, 80 referred to an area in the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1848, ymadawodd o ardal y Tabernac], a ehy- merodd dyddyn ye Crewe Green, Alberbury, Sir Am- wythig. Oddiyno symudodd i Edgerley, yu yr un eir, lle y bu yn aros am yn agog i naw mlynedd. O'r diwedd, ymsefydlodd yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was prayed. T;IE KING V. EtC;tRtLEYT 511nEWOOD, AND JONES. SIr . CIIITTY reiietwed thle motione for a rvlie oi1 Mr. Edgerley, us th- ptinte r, aiiil Mr. Sherenoodit and SMr.Bill ~ot ivs thetie liestFts, of talltnlspllet relating. to thle Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THlE POLITICAL EXAMINER. PeTty is the madness of many for the gain of a few.-PoP! THE PUBLICATION OF EVIDENCE. Ms. JoStice PARx and some of the daily papers have been IV1Ijjing a regular war upon this subject, for some Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T. Sherwell presided overa crowded audience, and amongst those pressnt were Messrs. J. J. Vaughan (hon. sec.), Pond,-Wils, Weaver, Body, Edgerley, and Oldmeadow. The Hon. Sec. read the annualreport, whichstated that dining the year the total subscriptions had been £117. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CRICKET. ASTON UNTTED V. WALSALL OLYMIPIc.-A match was played on Monday, September 3 between these clubs, on the ground of the former, at Blrchileids, and after a very pleazant game, resulted In favorr of Aston United in one innings, Subscribers-only content

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