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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Fonthill Bishop

    Fonthill lake, the island in which is in Fonthill Bishop . 5 Land in that southern part of the parish was increasingly drawn into Fonthill park in Fonthill Gifford , Tisbury , and Chilmark and woods were grown in

    Downton hundred

    pre-Reformation parishes, Downton and Bishopstone in the southeast of the county and East Knoyle and Fonthill Bishop in the south-west. 1 All the parishes except Fonthill were large, and the hundred contained some 25 villages and was divided into 13

    Parishes Fonthill Gifford

    Parishes Fonthill Gifford FONTHILL GIFFORD Fonthill Gifford, 22 km. west of Salisbury , 1 was the site of Fonthill Abbey , one of the most remarkable buildings in England in the early 19th century. The parish was reduced from 2,004

    List of maps

    St. Andrew ( 1840 ) and Donhead St. Mary ( c . 1840) 139 Fonthill Gifford c . 1825, based on J. Rutter , Delineations of Fonthill and its Abbey ( London , 1823), map at pp. 100-1, and on

    Parishes Avon Dassett

    youngest, Margery, and her husband Mark Hussee, 8 but no more is heard of this mesne lordship. William Giffard of Fonthill ( Wilts .) was steward of Roger, Earl of Warwick , and in 1166 held two knights' f ees

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MARVYN, Edmund (c.1555-1604), of Petersfield, Hants.

    and heir, was then betrothed to Christine Audley, the granddaughter of (Sir) James Marvyn of Fonthill, who had arranged the match in order to keep Fonthill in the ownership of Marvyns, for Lucy, Christine Audley’s mother, the wife of George,

    MARVYN, James (1529-1611), of Fonthill Gifford, Wilts.

    the family at Fonthill, Tisbury, East Knoyle, Bishop’s Fonthill and Barwick St. Leonards; to reward family servants and safeguard the security of tenants, to provide, though belatedly, for a tomb to be erected for his parents in Fonthill church and

    BECKFORD, William (1760-1844), of Fonthill, nr. Hindon, Wilts.

    (1760-1844), of Fonthill, nr. Hindon, Wilts. Constituency Dates Wells 1784 1790 Hindon 1790 Dec. 1794 Hindon 1806 1820 Biography Beckford would probably not have returned himself to Parliament in 1790 if he had been sure that he stood no chance

    MARVYN, John (b.1559), of the Middle Temple, London.

    and this fixes his identity as the eldest grandson of Sir John Marvyn† and nephew of (Sir) James Marvyn of Fonthill Gifford, near Hindon, who more or less controlled one of the Hindon nominations from 1585 on. The by-election return

    BECKFORD, William (1760-1844), of Fonthill, Wilts.

    (1760-1844), of Fonthill, Wilts. Constituency Dates Wells 1784 1790 Hindon 1790 Dec. 1794 Hindon 1806 1820 Biography On attaining his majority, Beckford was content to leave his parliamentary patronage in the hands of his guardian, Lord Chancellor Thurlow. He had

  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 4, 11 March 1641, 11 March 1641-11 March 1641

    Order. Lord Audley versus Lord Cottington. Ordered, That the Cause between the Lord Awdley and the Lord Cottington , concerning Fonthill , be heard openly in this House, by Counsel at the Bar, the First Tuesday next Term; and the

    Index, F

    Lieut enant Governor of. See Browne. Flynt , Humfrey, letter from, 185. -, 461. Fontaine (Fontayne), Mons. de la, 256. Fonthill (Fowntell, Wilts) , 352. Force , Mons. de la, Captain of Gascon voluntaries, 146. Forset , Mr., 210. Fortescue

    General Index, F, 01 January 1635-19 June 1636

    of William Fludd , John Flushing ships of Foley , Richard "Foliatt," Fontainbleau Fontaine , Francis de la, grant to Fonthill , Wilts, manor Foord , Robert Foote , Samuel petition of Forbeech , Charles Forbes , Alexander, Lord Forbes Subscribers-only content

    General Index, F, 01 January 1547-31 December 1580

    Fogg , Sir John Foies , M. De Foix , Mons. De Folk Folkestone Folkestone , Mayor, & c. of Fonthill Gyfford Forbes , William Force (or Fors), M. De Force of the realm , See Nation. Forcet Ford Fordham Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 255, Undated 1633, 01 April 1633-31 December 1633

    Stanley, to whom she very slanderously imputes conduct against her brother Lord Castlehaven for the acquisition of his vineyard of Fonthill, similar to that of Ahab and Jezebel in relation to the vineyard of Naboth the Jezreelite. Printed at Amsterdam, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    could readily distinguish one frointhe other. Jii t:' ihigh winid on Tuesday, one of thie turrets of the Alijev of Fonthill vas blown down. The frllen materials ives ig-ed, two tons; the crsh vwas tremendous, and consi- dva'^4 iu jury Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on the Mount, in the remiarks upon little children, the answer respecting the box of ointment, &c. FONTIIILL ABBRY.-TheAbbey of Fonthill, the residenceof M. Beckford, has, we perceive, been thrown open for poblic inspee- tion, previous to the approaching sale Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    erecte4 in Edinburgh, to commemorate the Royal visit. Earl Grosvenor is said to have purchased the magnificent man, sion of Fonthill. GIPsy MAsir4AGu.-0n the 14th inst. was married at Lbwer Winchendon, Bucks, by the Rev. T. Hayton, John Fletcher-tg Teanaah Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mae-Ready, at Covent-garden, the rival of Kean, plays the grands-roles in tragedy. Folrriti-. AB3rEY.-There will be no sale of the Fonthill pro- perty, it seems, after all. It has beenr disposed of by private con- tract, A Mr. Farqrlrhar lirs Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    London, from the sale of which he hopes to' derive a considerable addition to his wealth. It is probable that Fonthill estate may be divided into two or three parts (an arrangement of whichits great extent would well admit) and Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    William Olden, 3/4/1644

    Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Olden Forename William Title Qualification BA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Institution Date 3/4/1644 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Fonthill// OTHER INFORMATION Source W&SRO, D1/2/22 (Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Duppa, Brian/Salisbury 1641- 1660 Comment


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