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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The hundred of Godalming Introduction and map

    receiving of the burgage rents of Haslemere . There were also yearly leets at Catteshull, Hambledon , Loseley, Artington , Farncombe , and Compton . The hundred and three-weekly courts and Enton court were held, latterly at least, in the

    Shermanbury Manors and other estates

    (d. 1730). Their daughter and heir Cassandra Gratwicke (d. 1755) married Henry Farncombe , who in 1753 acquired the freehold of the manor from Harry Bridger . Farncombe 's daughter Cassandra Lintott succeeded him in 1757 and in 1762 married

    Parishes Patcham PARISH CHURCH of ALL SAINTSPATCHAM

    60 The other moiety was in the hands of Thomas Gunn in 1694 and seems to have passed to Henry Farncombe , who held courts in 1720 and 1754; it was sold in 1756 by John and Charles Scrase to

    Parishese Broadway

    stone with an 18thcentury west front. Spring Hill was the residence of the late Major Vicesimus Knox , J.P., and Farncombe is the residence of Mr. William Skidmere Barrett. Sir Arthur William Blomfield , the architect, had a country house

    Parishes Lambourn

    28 When Leland visited Lambourn he saw a 'greate warren of conies longginge unto Mastar Estesex.' 29 This was probably Farncombe Down , to the west of Chipping Lambourn , where William Essex had a warren in 1613 . 30

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a Court of Aldermen held on Tuesdav Messrs Gibbs and Farncombe gave bond for serving the office of Sheriffs, on which occasion Mr Galloway protested against the appointment of Mr Farncombe, and stated his inten- tion of applying to the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    , wa~rdmnotq w e htid oeflde jtit~p8 Mtdugto, ej q ald~ernap guld ssertht Tall 1h Bassishaw Ward. - Mr Alderman Farncombe Pre. sided, and there being noopposition, the "old" gentiemen were re-elected. Bridge Ward.-Alderman Sir Chapman Marshall in the chair. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    throogh a heavy sbower of missiles. The young woman is still suffering from the effects of fright. Mr Ellis, of Farncombe, and two other gentlemen were roughly handled, one having some bad wounds on his leg from kicks, and the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    few months ago, when he took lodgings at the house of Mrs. Joy, a widow lady residing in Church Street, Farncombe. Hecr JErgis soon fell in love with and became en- gaged to her daughter EmTLY, an attractive-looking girl of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    received injuries to bis right thigh, ased was badly shaken. The latter Was removed to the Queen's Hosplital and Alr. Farncombe was taken home. The carriage was extensively damaged, but the horse escaped witg slight injuries. For :~11 obstinate eases Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Further addenda and corrigenda

    add to the note, Parsons and Child each voted for his two colleagues, omitting himself. " 295 Line 8, for Farncombe read Farncomb. 1849, Lord J. Manners, add he died August 4, 1906. 1863, G. J. Goschen, add he died

    Aldermen in Parliament

    seconded by T. Wilson and Alderman Sir C. Marshall. On the committee of the four Conservative candidates were Aldermen Thompson, Farncombe, Sir W. Magnay, Gibbs and Sidney. There were 5,176 votes for the four official Liberal candidates, and 4,129 for

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