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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Milton

    and about 1200 William sixth earl granted the manor of Fernhill to Richard de Fernhill to be held of Christchurch Manor by castle guard. 46 In 1262 Richard de Fernhill , the successor of the original grantee, held the manor,

    The borough of Warwick The castle and castle estate in Warwick Warwick Castle Wedgnock Park 1845 Castle Park c. 1954

    Honiley into Fernhill and out of Fernhill into Wedgnock Park. The pale between Fernhill and the park was only a 'footset pale' with no bank, and was thought to have originated when the king's stud was in Fernhill . One

    Parishes Hordle

    to William of Buckland , Robert Long , Richard of Fernhill , Margaret of Bettesthorne and Thomas Reynolds . 116 The original owner of this fee had been Richard of Fernhill . 117 Nothing, however, has been found to suggest

    Parishes Wootton

    been separated from it for ecclesiastical purposes and a new church, St. Mark's, erected ( 1909 ) to serve it. Fernhill , the residence of Mrs. Brodie , was built by the Rt. Hon. Thomas Orde -Powlett, and is described

    Christchurch ( Christchurch Twyneham) Introduction, castle and manors

    for the land of Holway , Roger de Holehurst ( Holdenhurst ) for land at Holehurst, Richard de Fernhill for land at Fernhill , William Boschiri of 'Baylnclislegh' for his land there, the heirs of Bereminton for the land of

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Friday 9th November 1838

    rode " Uxbridge " who went uncommonly well & we cantered almost the whole way, going round by Oakley , Fernhill , &c, - a very pleasant pretty ride. - Read in Wilberforce's Life & looked at some of those

    Wednesday 12th December 1838

    . I rode " Tartar ", who went beautifully. It was again excessively mild. We rode out through Windsor by Fernhill , & returned by the Reading road. - Read Despatches, played & sang. - All the same at dinner

    Friday 9th November 1838

    only came home through it, as it is so wet now; we rode along the road and by Oakley , Fernhill &c.; a very pleasant pretty ride; I like riding on the road, and the country is so pretty about

    Wednesday 12th December 1838

    him and Col: Buckley . It was again excessively mild. We rode out through Windsor, by (I think) Byfield , Fernhill , and instead of going home as we did that one day about a month ago and more, when

    Wednesday 17th July 1839

    very glad to go to Jamaica ; for that, as Lord M. thinks, he is quite tired at being at Fernhill amongst all those oaks. “That country is too full,” said Lord M.; “one pants for air”; which made us

  • * British History Online * *

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    Addenda, Queen Elizabeth - Volume 23, January 1573, 01 January 1573-31 January 1573

    Chris. Wray, justice of Queen's Bench, on a controversy between Milo Hargreaves, sen., and Richard, son and heir of William Fernhill, and Isabella his wife, about the possession of two cottages, with six acres of land, at Colling, co. York, Subscribers-only content

    General Index, F, 01 January 1595-31 December 1597

    , John, deputy secretary of the Council of the North letters of note of other documents by papers certified by Fernhill Woods , co. Warwick Ferrers , Lord (Devereux, Walter), heirs of, grant to Ferrers , Thos., deputy governor of Subscribers-only content

    General Index, F, 01 July 1683-30 September 1683

    to be in handwriting of his papers in Blathwayt's hands his daughter his wife, sick at Sir R. Rich's house Fernhill , near Lymington, Hants Ferrall , Sir Connell, warrant for grant of forfeited lands to Ferrington , Robert Ferrybridge Subscribers-only content

    Index, F

    Warwick ] , 749. Farndish , Farndyke [co. Bedford ] , 1101. Farneley , George, goldsmith, 756. Farnehills Court. See Fernhill. Farnworth , Farneworth [co. Lancaster ] , 371. Farringdon , Chepyng Faryngdon [co. Berks ] , 878. Farringdon [in Subscribers-only content

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 263, June 1597, 01 June 1597-30 June 1597

    .; and of Fernhill woods, fee, 6 d .; and the office of master of the game, with the ancient fees; also the herbage, pannage, and fishing of the park, and the herbage and pannage of Fernhill wood; rent, 6 Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    xl?tljvrau. u3 id ydymn yn ystyried'ewrv hkunain ynz gyfrifol anz syniada~z yr h : ypgmfenu s-yr cy od BIBL DARLUNIADOL EITTO. ail Syr,-Dymunwn ofyn gair yn ostyngedig trwy go sich newyddiadur i Gyhoeddwyr a Golygwr Bibl gv Darluniadol Kitto, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ensailng, as pricked by his Majesty, in ICoancil:- Bedfordshire-Robert Garstin, of Harrold, Esq. Berkshire-Sir Thomas Theophilus Metcaife, of Fernhill, Bt. Bac7s-Tbomms Stanhope Badcock, of I.luckingham, Esq. Cansnbridgeshire-John Hleathcote, of Coasington Castle, Esq. Cheshire-Thomas William Tatton, of Wistiaskhaw, Esq. Cumberland-Miles Poosonby, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4 subs. Mr Phillimore's Lady Anna (Conolly) I Mr Grevile's MArm.lade- 2 Even betting. Won cleverly by a length. The Fernhill Dinner Stakes, of 200 sovs each, h ft, for three-yr olds; colts, Bat 71b; fillies, Sat 41b. From the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to 2) ; 8 to 1 agsteAr Gregory's Loup-garou (t. and aft, offered); S to I agst Sir J. Hawley's Fernhill; Ii to I agst Mr Bell's Velox; i3 to I agst 1Ir B. Greens Westow (t.) War Eagle is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Belus It'). Offierstoi about Canecou. s1 oIas odFlno' lui,1 O Igst sirl, GeonWOsO ST~aKES.-lOtt I ago Lard gliagsti'Loaudit 15to Hawley's Fernhill, 12 to i ogot Mr Gregory's Clermont tt o1 g Lord Eohts Tophano (t. to 501.), 10 to 1 Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    METCALFE, Thomas Theophilus (1745-1813), of Fernhill, Berks.

    Theophilus (1745-1813), of Fernhill, Berks. Constituency Dates Abingdon 1796 71807 Ofifces Held Cadet, E.I. Co. (Bengal) 1767, ensign 1767, lt. 1767, capt. 1777, maj. 1781; agent for military stores, Calcutta 1782-5; furlough 1786, struck off 1793. Ofifces Held Dir. E.I.

    SELMAN, John II, of Plympton Erle and Portworthy, Devon.

    one of the feoffees of the deceased’s estate, had refused to hand over part of his inheritance, namely property in Fernhill, ‘Priours park’ and ‘Walleford park’. For his part, Walter contended that the elder John had died leaving no legitimate


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