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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Froxfield FROXFIELD 1846

    FroxfieldFROXFIELDFroxfield parish, 927 ha. (2,291 a.), adjoins Hungerford ( Berks .) to the east and contains Froxfield village, Oakhill hamlet, and scattered settlement at Rudge . 75 Froxfield village is notable for a large red-brick almshouse built in

    Parishes Froxfield

    Parishes FroxfieldFROXFIELD Froxafeld (x cent.). Froxfield is a parish of irregular shape containing several small groups of houses, the principal settlement being at Froxfield Green , where the old church formerly stood. Petersfield station on the London and South-Western

    Parishes Huish

    Seymour family, 110 and later to the trustees of Froxfield Hospital . In 1924 the rectory was united with the perpetual curacy of Oare , the patronage being shared by the Froxfield trustees and the archdeacon of Wiltshire . 111

    Little Bedwyn LITTLE BEDWYN c . 1820 The North Arcade Of The Church

    across the south-east part of the parish; 49 the stream flowing eastwards to join the Dun at Froxfield , sometimes called the Froxfield stream, formerly flowed across the parish and cut the dry east-west valley followed by the main road.

    Parishes Privett

    from Froxfield . Holy Trinity Church with the vicarage and schools is in this latter group, the nucleus of the village, the church standing in a fine situation on high ground overlooking the Meon valley south of the Froxfield road

  • * British History Online * *

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    May 1649, An Additional Act of Commissioners for the Assessment of the Ninety Thousand pounds per Mensem., 14 May 1649-14 May 1649

    Street Esqs; Wiltshire . Edward Pike junior of Martin, Francis Andrews of Collingbourn, John Fisher of Chute, Edward Mills of Froxfield, John Cheney of Oar, Edward Tidcombe of Eastcot, Robert Munday of Charlton, Thomas Carter of Warminster, Esqrs. Isle of

    British History Online

    Prebend of Bedwyn, in the same County; and also all those the several Rectories or Parsonages impropriate of Ambreshbury, Titcomb, Froxfield and Stapleford, in the said County of Wilts, or by what other Name or Names soever the said Rectory

    Cases before the Committee, April 1652, 01 April 1652-30 April 1652

    Hants. 22 April 1652. Vol. G No. or p. D. 116 469 478 NOTE 116 481 488 Wm. Seward, of Froxfield, Hants, complains that John Woodman, who is sequestered, has seized the estate of Prother Ellis, left by will proved Subscribers-only content

    Index, F

    Frith , Geo., 1257. Frithelstock (Frethylstoke), Devon, nunnery of, 1238. Fronton (Montfrin), near Toulouse, letters dated at, 197 8, 731. Froxfield , Wilts, g. 1256 (6). Fryes , Wm., g. 226 (35). Fryrelye. See Ferriby North. Fuggers (Focchars), the, bankers,

    Index of names and places, F

    850. John, ii. 1445. of Gotham, i. 182. Foxdenton [in Chadderton ] , co. Lancaster, ii. 626. Foxfield . See Froxfield. Foxley : Samuel, ii. 1328. Thomas, ii. 545. William, alderman of Kingston-uponHull, ii. 1068, 1447. Foxton , co. Cambridge,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    9 May 1803, 9 May 1803

    allot- " ting, and enclofing a Common or Wafte Land, called " the Froxfield Barnett, and other Wafte and Com- " monable Lands in the Parifli of Froxfield, in the " County of Southampton;" to which they defire the Concurrence Subscribers-only content

    10 May 1803, 10 May 1803

    Billa, intituled, " An Aft for Froxfield " dividing, allotting, and enclofing a Common or Wafte, Enclofure " called the Froxfield Barnet, and other Wafte and ' " Commonable Lands, in the Parifh of Froxfield, in the " County of Subscribers-only content

    16 May 1803, 16 May 1803

    Froxfield mittees, to whom the Bill, intituled, " An Aft for di- E.nclofure " viding, allotting, and enclofing a Common or Wafte, ' " called the Froxfield Barnett, and other Wafte and " Commonable Lands, in the Parifh of Subscribers-only content

    17 May 1803, 17 May 1803

    for " dividing, allotting, and enclofing a Common or Wafte, " called the Froxfield Barnett, and other Wafte and ** Commonable Lands, in the Parifh of Froxfield, in the " County of Southampton," be re-committed to the fame Committee, and Subscribers-only content

    1 June 1803, 1 June 1803

    BlU> " Act for dividing, and enclofing the feveral Open " called the Froxfield Barnett, and other Wafte and " Fields, Commons and Wafte Grounds, within the " Commonable Lands, in the Parifh of Froxfield, in the 12 /..¦•_« Countv Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Valentine Hannyford, 11/9/1642

    Detail CCEd Record ID: 186492 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Hannyford Forename Valentine Title clerk Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 11/9/1642 Office/Status Curate Location Froxfield// OTHER INFORMATION Source HRO, 21M65 b1/34 (Liber Cleri) Ordinary / Jurisdiction / 0- 0 Comment

    Johannes Snead, 4/12/1724

    CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Snead Forename Johannes Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 4/12/1724 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Froxfield// OTHER INFORMATION Source W&SRO, D1/2/25 (Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Hoadly, Benjamin/Salisbury 1723- 1734 Comment "ad Vicariam perpetuam"

    Jacobus Serle, 4/12/1724

    Serle Forename Jacobus Title Qualification BA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Institution Date 4/12/1724 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Froxfield// OTHER INFORMATION Source W&SRO, D1/2/25 (Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Hoadly, Benjamin/Salisbury 1723- 1734 Comment "ad Vicariam perpetuam" Patron Details

    Thomas Foster, 28/1/1670

    DETAIL Surname Foster Forename Thomas Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Institution Date 28/1/1670 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Froxfield// OTHER INFORMATION Source PRO, E331/Salisbury/8 (Returns to First Fruits Office) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Ward, Seth/Salisbury 1667- 1689 Comment

    George Edward Hollest, 12/3/1827

    EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 12/3/1827 Office/Status not given Clerical Status Location Froxfield// OTHER INFORMATION Source HRO, 21 M65 A2/5 (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Pretyman (-Tomline), George/Winchester 1820- 1827 Comment Office not given.Stipend: £100licenced to both Froxfield and Steep

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    [Jones, Qaility cot) t, Chancery lane-H. S. Goodiean, Starch green, Hammersmith, varni~h maker. [Rivolta, Hart street, Bloomsbury-T. Cook the elder, Froxfield, neaer Peterfldell, Hants, cattle salesmasn. [Cordwell, College hill, City-H. T. Ityde, Gray's inn road, de ler in mining shares. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    park. Mrs Fineoy in lier 82nd year-Oni lbs 29th ulc.. at Islington, Mirs Cormack, aged SO-On the, 24115 ult., at Froxfield, Wilts, Mirs Carpenter, in her 80tla year-On tle 27th nit at Basingstoke, in her 87,tl year, Mirs Arch-On lbs Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the last up train on the ?Berks and riants line was passing Oakhill, a horse belonging to IMlr. Moore, of Froxfield, made a jump over the gate on to the line. His hind legs, however, bitched on the top of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to Greeaham Heath, north route 10 miles, south route 12 miles. On Friday the right column proceeds to ,Hungerford and2 Froxfield, 13 and 17 miles respectively; the left column to Little Bedwin and Harding, 17 miles. The, cavalry will push Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and by no means a short one for thoze who had been at the Bed- vyns, and at Crofton and Froxfield. The start was not so early as usual, and as a consequence the men who had marched were not Subscribers-only content

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