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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Ettington

    Parishes EttingtonETTINGTON Acreage: 3,638. Population: 1911, 570; 1921, 580; 1931, 484. Ettington , formerly spelt Eatington, is an extensive rural parish in the south-west of the county. The River Stour forms its south-western boundary, and until 1931 separated Warwickshire

    Parishes Butlers Marston

    to be paid out of his parsonage and rectory of Ettington to the poor of Butlers Marston . The rentcharge now issues out of Witfield Farm and Swalcliffe Farm in Ettington and is applied for the benefit of the poor

    Parishes Idlicote

    sold it to William Shakespeare on 4 May 1597 , married his first cousin Mary, daughter of Thomas Underhill of Ettington , and died on 7 July 1597 of poison administered by his eldest son Fulk, a youth of 18,

    Parishes Halford

    Evroul can be traced, but the Leicester interest may account for part of Halford being held, as a member of Ettington , of the Duchy of Lancaster in the 16th century. 29 The Priory of Kenilworth held by grant of

    Parishes Oxhill

    lord of the manor; in all other years from 1718 to 1932 it is stated that the Shirley family of Ettington held the lordship of (the other) manor of Oxhill (see below). At the inclosure of the parish in 1797

  • * British History Online *

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    Underhill - Utting

    of William Love of Aynhoe, Herts, and St Andrew Undershaft, (B) 1668, Jane Constable (5) ? Grocer (6) House at Ettington, Warw (7) Bro-in-law of William LOVE (8) (1) Beaven, I, p 20 (2) LVP, 1664, p 92, J H


    Richard) Bulkeley, Chamberlain of North Wales, and ancestor of the present Viscount Bulkeley. "Thomas Porter, son of Simon Porter, of Ettington in Warwickshire, and Margaret 59 , daughter of S r Richard Buckley , of Beaumaris in Anglesea, married June

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    arelino- oi logists generally, will regret to hear of the death of Mr. fc n Evelyn Philip Shirley, F.S.A., of Ettington Park, near Cl Stratford-on-Avon. uyho died yesterday morning, in the hI seventieth year of his ae: Mr. Shirley was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Evelyn Philip Shirley, of Ettington Park, the well- known antiquarian and arch bologist, and for many years J member for South Warwickshire, were interred yesterday in a vault under the private chapel connecte4 wie Ettington Hall; The Marquis of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with the Kennel Club opened yesterday, on the estates of he0 Mr.. S. E. Shirley, at Ettington, about seven miles from. q d, Stratforul'on-Avon. A large comnpany met at Salter's Barn, I' mn wlioro, shortly before cleven, o'clock, 'the first Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yesterday, at Charlecote village, about helf-way A Ir. between Stratford-on-Avou and Warwick. Most of the a rt, company preseut at Ettington the previous day out in an w ire appearance, together witha large contingent of spdrtsme E0 by residing in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    their eldest son, all ing of whom are interred in the burial ground of the Society ext of Friends at Ettington. SOCIAL SCIENCE CONvRESS.-ART SECTION.-At a I meeting of the committee, held yesterday, Alderman a Kenrick was elected chairman, and Subscribers-only content

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