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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Chilton Candover

    some nine years later. 12 In 1372 the manor of Chilton Candover was settled on Nicholas Bayntun , lord of Falstone (co. Wilts .) and Joan his wife in fee-tail, 13 and from the fact that in default of heirs

    Royal forests Appendices CLARENDON PARK 1650 (Hoare, Mod. Wilts . Alderbury Hundred, 132-141).

    SW. of Aughton Fm ., and then NW. to cross-roads and along a drove to Falstone Pond: W.A.M . xlix. 400-1). b. Falstone . ( Falstone Pond is situated at the crossing of roadways N. of Aughton Down : ibid.


    and in 1634 , 19 and it was apparently upright in 1675 . 20 The stone gave its name to Falstone pond which had been dug by 1773 21 and lay on the boundary until, in the earlier 20th century,

    Collingbourne Kingston COLLINGBOURNE KINGSTON 1843

    when points on it included Oldhat barrow, a stone which gave its name to Falstone pond, and a prehistoric earthwork now called Godsbury . 61 Falstone pond had been dug on the boundary by 1773 ; 62 a new pond

    Index A-J

    ch., plate estate, colonization from, common pasture, conservation area, ct., curates, and see Parsons, Edm.; Swain cust. tenants, dom. archit., Falstone pond, q.v . farms, field systems (prehist.), glebe, Godsbury , inc., inns, man., Chadderton 's, Collingbourne Kingston , Rectory,

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, F, 01 January 1540-30 August 1540

    Fawley (Falley) , Hants, g. 942 (14). Fawll Stan . See Falstone. Fawsley (Fallesley) , Ntht., letter dated at, 586. Fawstayn , the. See Falstone, Nthld. Fawstone . See Falstone. Fawxe . See Faux. Fayerfax . See Fairfax. Fayerhed .

    Entry Book, August 1679, 22-30, 01 August 1679-31 August 1679

    fit person is to be established as waiter at Morpeth at 10 l. per an ., another as waiter at Falstone at 8 l. per an . and another at Norham at 8 l. per an . Elias Scott, the

    Entry Book, September 1679, 01 September 1679-30 September 1679

    upon his Majesty." Ibid , p. 101. Treasury warrant to same to employ John Thompson as waiter and searcher at Falstone, Berwick port. Ibid , pp. 98, 99. John Stone (present assistant to the warehousekeeper at Bristol) to have a

    Index, F, 01 January 1679-31 December 1680

    Earl of; see Berkeley, C. Falmouth (Cornwall), 26, 45, 116, 199, 267, 305, 404, 792; port, 304; quay, 807 8. Falstone (Northumberland), 193, 206. Fan Grove coppice (Surrey), 519, 532. Fane , Edward; see Vane. Fanshaw (Fanshawe), Charles, Commissioner of

    Index, T, 01 January 1679-31 December 1680

    London, Middlesex, and Westminster, 656, 760, 761, 767, 773, 778. -, -, ship-master, Hull, 549 50, 711. -, -, waiter, Falstone (Berwick), 206. -, -, boatman, 446. -, Laurence, tidesman, London, 730, 746, 782. -, Ralph, tidesman, Looe, 710. -,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    VAUGHAN, Charles (d.1597), of Shapwick, Dorset; later of Falstone, Wilts.

    Shapwick, Dorset; later of Falstone, Wilts. Constituency Dates Shaftesbury 1572 Ofifces Held ?Burgess, Southampton 1565; servant of 1st and 2nd Earls of Pembroke; j.p. Dorset 1577-82. Biography Vaugham was treasurer to the 1st Earl of Pembroke, who employed him, along

    VAUGHAN, Francis, of Salisbury, Wilts.

    the ‘Francis Vaughan of Sarum, gent.’ who was an overseer of the will, made in 1596, of Charles Vaughan, of Falstone, Wiltshire, who was himself in the service of the earls of Pembroke. If Francis Vaughan, the 1572 MP, was

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    25 June 1822, 25 June 1822

    the Petition of the Owners and Occu- petitiBill> P*ers °f Land in the Parishes of Simonburn, Wark, Thor- 'gainsT-* neyburn, Falstone and Greystead, in the County of Northumberland, whose Names are thereunto subscribed : Also, Upon reading the Petition of Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 1 Geo. IV - 3 Gul. IV, Vols. LIII - LXIV

    4. (Sess. 2.) to enable Chaplains in the Navy presented to either of the Livings of Simonbum, Wark, Bellingham, Thorneyburn, Falstone, or Greystead, to receive their Half Pay ; and for other Purposes re • bating to the said Living Subscribers-only content

    12 May 1808, 12 May 1808

    there are two Chapels of Ease within the said Rectory, named BclUngham and Falstone Chapels, the Curates whereof are appointed by the Rector of Simonburn; that Falstone is an endowed Curacy, and the Reverend Fleming is the present Curate thereof; Subscribers-only content

    2 July 1808, 2 July 1808

    to " That in the event of the death, cession, or other avoid- " ancc of the present Curate of Falstone aforesaid, during " the incumbency of the said James Scott, and during the " said term of two years, Subscribers-only content

    31 January 1811, 31 January 1811

    and that the said Parish is very extensive, and consists of three distinct Hamlets or Chapelries, called Simonburn, BcU'mgham, and Falstone, and there are only one Parish Church and two Chapels of Ease therein; and that it would be of Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    men found the body of a person known as an American prophet lying out on the wilds of Northumberland, near Falstone, where he had frozen to death. In the same week cowslips were gathered tear Stockton, in Durham, and wallflowers Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Commissioner Smith, who has held that position for the last eight months. .'A CeBUCH DMstnoYrn BY FrIF-The Episcopalian Church- at Falstone, Northumberland, was entirely destroyei by fire early yesterday morning, and only- the barew'alls now rermain. This is the second Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Court of Bankruptcy, New- f castle.-Sols. Carrick and Lee, Brampton, and Bates and Dees, Newcastle-Officialaseignee, Wakley.-Pei. or. William Heron Poster, Falstone, yeoman. MANN Robert Kinder, of the town or borough of Etrigston upon EIull, in the county of the same Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LO C tN ES. PC Tlif Rem. Di' RlErs.'-'-The- vesrec-able pustosiof ph Wtycliffe chapel, Lbundonj resigned -hie charge 0's' Nov. -g2 t os# wbich-day-be~.completad dthe seventy-fourth, year ohI- of see, and the fiftieth year ofhis niinistrY-y C~uthis.o oosso tit Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    stated should be forwarded to the proper quarter. Two men, namied YOUNG and DRYDEN, were ldlled, on Saturday morning, at Falstone, on the Waverley route of the North British Railway, by a goods train of which they had the charge Subscribers-only content

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