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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Wroughton

    manor which became part of the Elcombe estate in the 15th century. 323 The common pastures of the Elcombe estate were Elcombe Horse hay, Elcombe marsh, Mare leys, Black croft, and a green called Elcombe Street green. The common down

    List of maps

    1840, based on a tithe award map for the townships of Elcombe , Overtown , Salthrop, and Westlecott ( 1846 ), and on maps of the townships of Elcombe and Uffcott in Broad Hinton ( 1797 ) and of the

    Parishes Alvediston

    in 1773 . There were then also farm buildings east of Elcombe Lane . 45 By 1842 cottages had been built at Trow Farm and a house at Elcombe Farm. 46 A small farmstead was built north-west of the church

    Kingsbridge hundred The hundred of Kingsbridge c. 1840

    Sources for parish boundaries : W.R.O. tithe maps; for tithing boundaries : W.R.O. map of Lord Bolingbroke 's estate, 1766, Elcombe tithe and inclosure maps, Wroughton church rate bk., 1845, map in sale catalogue of Meux estate, 1906; map of

    Parishes Broad Hinton Broad Hinton c. 1845

    Uffcott was part of the honor of Winchester , then in the king's hand. 140 Uffcott was probably held with Elcombe in Wroughton by members of the Lovel family from the 13th century or earlier. 141 John Lovel , Lord

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 27 Charter House; or

    the Parishes of Wroughton , Lydierde and Tregose, in the said County. All that his Manor of Elcombe , and a Park, called Elcombe Park , in the said County. All that his Mannor of Watelescote, alias Wiglescete, alias Wigleskete,

  • * British History Online * *

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    Henry VIII, May 1517, 11-20, 01 May 1517-31 May 1517

    FRA. CHEYNE. Grant to them, and the heirs of the said William, of the manors of Salthrop, Chilton, Blakgrove, Myhynden, Elcombe, Watlescote alias Wyglescete, Wescote alias Wescete, and Uffecote, Wilts, with lands in these and other places, and an annual

    Index, E, 01 January 1515-31 December 1518

    2642, 2760, 3165, 3469, 3607, 3814. -, soldan of, 666, 1319, 1320, 1756, 2457, 3241, 3246, 3815, 3816, 4243, 4472. Elcombe , Wilts, 57, 3249. Eldercar . See Ellercar. Elderton , Th., 2942, p. 1462. Eleanor , Queen of Henry

    Index, E, 01 January 1519-31 December 1523

    Ekenney , Bucks, 1036. Eckford (Ekfurth), 1871, 1897 (iii.) Eland , shire of, 2031, 3110, 3381. Elandale , 1897 (ii.) Elcombe , Wilts, 3584, 3585. Elder , Alan, 1920. Eldercarre . See Ellerker. Elderton , , 152, 2442. -, Sir

    Henry VIII, January 1510, 16-29, 01 January 1510-31 January 1510

    Marquis of Barkley; of the lands of Sir Edward Burgh, in right of Anne his wife; of the lordships of Elcombe, Uscote, Wanburgh Lovell and Pole-place, late of Sir John Cheyney; of the lordships and manors of Wocking and Westhorlegh,

    General Index, D, E, 01 January 1697-31 December 1697

    (Eyck), Johan van der (p.) Maria van der (p.) Einde , Jacob van der (p.) Elbe , the, ship for Elcombe , Peter, burgess Elderbroeck , Daniel (p.) Eleanor , Queen of Spain, and the war Elecker , Francis (p.) Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PLOMER, William I, of Great Bedwyn, Wilts.

    Bedwyn, Plomer, whose name was derived from his trade, paid 6d. to the poll tax levied there in 1379. John Elcombe, the earl of Stafford’s bailiff of Kinwardstone hundred (in which Bedwyn lay), was his surety for attendance at both

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    seineother por- 1-tionS of the engine had been torn away, w~hile the abrake-gear was disarranged and injured. Wirthout delay nMr. Elcombe, the station superintendent at Chatham, proceeded to the, spet, and fouuml thlat a ponderous iron rail, some four feet Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    portions of thle enginee head t Jbeen torn away, white the brake-gear was disarranged a and injured, Without delay AlMr. Elcombe, thes Stationss1 It Superintendent at Chiathamn, proceedle..l to tlce spot, and I .8fouad that a ponderous iron rail, some Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    app 122, Loadenhall-stzet and 25, Coekepur-strest, London, SW - 30, Boulevard des Italians, Porie 4 (for passage only). ht Broiker, Elcombe Bros. and Co., Man- chester, Glasgow. and London. OCKLES' ANTI-BILIOUS FILLS,1] C for tNDIGES!ION 1 BILIOUS and I COIhiPLAIIS. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TO BE LET GB SLD. ArFEW C AT T LE CAN BE TAKEN TO AGRAZE for this Season. Further particulars from YARDMA, Norwood Towver, Strandtown. 9696 CLUFTONVILLE.-THE GABLES; No. 0, of this fine Terrace, contairning three Reception and five Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TO BE LET OR SOLD. BUILDING -GROUAND TO LET I3N SOME OF THE BEST DISTRICTS OF THE _ CITY, SUITABLE FOR WORKERS' HOUSES, SHOPS, &c. Cupar Street. Shank-lill Road ...... 3s 6d per foot. . Brookmount Street do. ...... Subscribers-only content

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