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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Forthampton Forthampton , c. 1750

    court listed 5 free tenants in Forthampton and 2 in Swinley, 5 tenants from year to year in Forthampton , 22 leaseholders in Forthampton and 10 in Swinley; there were also 15 'residents' in Forthampton and 5 in Swinley, who

    The hundred of Tewkesbury Lower division The hundred of Tewkesbury (lower division) 1845

    and the landscape is predominantly that of the Severn Vale , flat pastures of heavy soil that are often waterlogged. Forthampton , however, the one parish lying west of the Severn , has the more varied scenery of the area

    Parishes Bushley

    of Forthampton , Prato, Bushley and Pull. The parties were heard by the Bishop of Worcester and the matter settled amicably. Lire gave up to Tewkesbury the tithes of Pull, while Tewkesbury yielded to Lire those of Bushley , Forthampton

    List of maps and plans

    129 Tewkesbury : the abbey church 157 The hundred of Tewkesbury (lower division), 1845 170 Forthampton parish, c . 1750 (from maps and documents at Forthampton Court ) 200 Walton Cardiff village: suggested positions of medieval features 237 The hundred

    Lists of documents used

    Painswick D 7 Deerhurst records deposited by the Revd. G. Berens -Dowdeswell D 123 Curtis-Hayward family of Quedgeley (formerly of Forthampton ) D 127 Scott & Fowler (solicitors) D 184 Craven family D 214 Parsons family of Kemerton D 269

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DOWDESWELL, Charles (c.1688-1714), of Forthampton, Glos.

    DOWDESWELL, Charles (c.1688-1714), of Forthampton, Glos. Constituency Dates Tewkesbury 1713 June 1714 Biography Dowdeswell’s father was the second son of Richard Dowdeswell† of Pull Court (d. 1673), who purchased an estate at Forthampton (two and a half miles from Tewkesbury)

    YORKE, Joseph (1807-1889), of Forthampton Court, Tewkesbury, Glos.

    of James Yorke (1730-1808), successively bishop of St. Davids, Gloucester and Ely, who had acquired the Forthampton estate in Gloucestershire through marriage.[footnote] He inherited Forthampton on his father"s death in December 1830.[footnote] He was related to both the patrons for

    WHITMORE, William Wolryche (1787-1858), of Dudmaston Hall, Quatt, Salop.

    debt, were left to accumulate for five years in trust before his nominated heir, his sister Mary Dorothea"s son, the Rev. Francis Henry Laing of Forthampton, Gloucestershire, succeeded to them in 1864 and took the names of Wolryche and Whitmore.[footnote]

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of her assertion, she said that the; had christe4ed their - The Bishop of Ey: died on- ediiesday '.orning at Forthampton, near Tewkesbury, Gioucester. On Tuesday the LORD M Yor; ordered the price of bread to be raised to 12'2d. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    We quote from it a couple of neat illustrations of a well-known trutss: An intelligent farmer of the parish of Forthampton, in the eounty of Glouccster, determined to give a heavy dressing of salt to a field of grass which Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900 of nearly 50ft Ap}ply to the Auctioncers; or to Me?are Ingram and Moorm, Soicitor, Leitwertr. .35 --"lloures-t-ershirl and Worcemterr-latre.-'The Forthampton en?d Chaeeley Estates. close to the town of Tewk.uebry. EORGE 11()NE hias been favoured with instructions CI fronm John Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bIAS PRESENTS- t ON VIEW THE DAY PRECEDING AN4D MOBBING OF SALE. Calalogeses to be obtalnedof the Auctinneers.113 Gloucotorhirnand oriweecrsbira-The Forthampton and f ThOgete oreyEtites os te tbovte Townri of T rewkelengty- n girhn EORe whoNe his bfexlent fuavoured with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    37, ALBION STREET, NEWHALL HILL. RS. DAWSON'S SCHOOL (for Young Ladieo) . li will RE-OPEN on TUEsSDAYNEXT, July 28. _1_ FORTHAMPTON PLACE, VARNA ROAD. 0RK 5ROO S (Orgpanist of St. Martin's), will .lVti RESUME his Pialloforte, Singing, and Organ LESSONS, Subscribers-only content

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