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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The hundred of Christchurch Introduction INDEX MAP TO THE HUNDRED OF CHRISTCHURCH

    , Avon and Winkton , corresponded fairly closely to the modern parish of Sopley . Rodedic Hundred contained Milford with Efford , Milton with Wootton and part of Ashley , Hordle with Arnewood, as well as Pilley and part of

    Parishes Milford

    cutting across the north of the parish, skirts the grounds of Efford House ( Sir James Beethom Whitehead, K.C.M.G.) and crosses the Avon Water at Efford Bridge , near Efford Farm and Mill. A mile and a half from Everton

    Parishes Calbourne

    and 24 by tidal water. Calbourne Village The following place - names occur: Ilsbiddenemode, Sondrehulla, 9 Wolveleye, Danlee, Elmesore, Beriberi, Efford 10 (xiv cent.), Elpolesbrygg 11 (xv cent.), Mewesbryge, Brentingham Crosse, Gyllporteseys, Laystede, Coppidthorne, Berrfoteslane, Lowstedys, Moretowneswey, Westnowre, Clappyngbrede, Foxellisdowne,

    Parishes Harbridge

    Park . There was an inclosure award at Harbridge in 1817 . 3 There is a tithing of Harbridge , Efford , in Milford parish and Christchurch Hundred (q.v.). Manors In 1086 HARBRIDGE was held of the king by Bernard

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WHITELEGH, Richard, of Osborn Newton in Churchstow, Devon.

    Commr. to confiscate goods stolen from a Genoese vessel, Dartmouth Feb. 1386. Biography Richard came from the Whitelegh family of Efford in Egg Buckland, and was a kinsman, perhaps father, of the John Whitelegh who sat in Parliament for Tavistock

    FORTESCUE, John (d.1479), of Devon.

    The judge’s father and namesake, himself a younger son, held lands said to be worth £20 a year in Combe, Efford and elsewhere in the parish of Holbeton, and made a name for himself as a soldier who fought at

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    10th lost., Sir WV. N. Young, Bart., of Marlow park, Bucks, to Florerce, second daughter of E. Clarke, Esq., of Efford manor, near Plymoutlh--On the 11th inst., Jotn Edward Jones, Esq., of Camberwell, Surrey, to Agnes. Asonia, youngest daughter of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    B. Turner-On tile 11th inst., Major Bewes, 73rd Regiment. to Mary, third daughter of G. W. Soltao, Esq., of Vigle Efford, Devon. ]feaoths.-On the 7th Inst., at Soughton house, Fliatshire, Mrs Susanna Lloyd, In her 90th year-On the 5th inst., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Efford, near Bade, a farm and house leased from Sir Thomas Acland. Directly that Robert Hawker learned his father's decision, without waiting to put on his hat, lie ran from Stratton to Bude, arrived hot and blown at Efford, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Store WETOEIS.- N.B.-The abovelIs a Gennine Sale, and the aset oftthe-preiseit _ season, and, being an Unreserved, Salt; it will Efford a. rare oppor- tunity for selecting aoms realiybwell-bred Cattle. : s S rR JOB MAiTH wiU Offer for Sale Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sin: Champion class: Dogs and R Bitehes*: Prize, Ml'r. James Fletcher, Stoneolough, Man- L,), chester.-Dogst: let, Mr E. C. Norrish, Efford She- brooke, Orediton; 2nd, Mr James Fletcher.-Bitchesf--: ing let, bMessrs A. P. Heywogd-Lontdale and B. Field, Gred. eington,shitohuroh, Salop; Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    17 March 1803, 17 March 1803

    embanking Part of the Lairy, " near Plymouth, to make and maintain a Road from a " certain Place called Efford Quay, in the Parifh of " Egg Buckland, in the County of Devon, to the gg " Borough of Subscribers-only content

    21 March 1803, 21 March 1803

    " Part of the Lairy, near Plymouth, to make and main- " tain a Road from a certain Place called Efford Quay, " in the Parifli of Egg Buckland, in the County of Devon, " to the Borough of Plymouth." Subscribers-only content

    22 March 1803, 22 March 1803

    embanking Part " of the Lairy, near Plymouth, to make and maintain a " Road from a certain Place, called Efford Quay, in " the Parifh of Egg Buckland, in the County of Devon, " to the Borough of Plymouth," Subscribers-only content

    23 March 1803, 23 March 1803

    " Part of the Lairy, near Plymouth, to make and main- " tain a Road from a certain Place called Efford Quay, " in the Parifh of Egg Biickland, in the County of " Devon, to the Borough of Plymouth." Subscribers-only content

    24 March 1803, 24 March 1803

    for embanking Part of the Lairy, near Plymouth, to make and main¬ tain a Road from a certain Place called Efford Quay, in the Parifh of Egg Buckland, in the County of Devon, to the Borough of Plymouth." " An Subscribers-only content

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