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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Hogshaw

    granted 2 hides of land in Fulbrook in free alms to Eynsham Abbey , Oxfordshire , with North Marston Church (q.v.). The abbey retained its estate in Fulbrook , known as FULBROOK or FULBROOK EYNSHAM MANOR , until the Dissolution.

    Parishes Fulbrook

    Parishes FulbrookFULBROOK Acreage: 872. Population: 1911, 62; 1921, 72; 1931, 65. The parish of Fulbrook lies on the west bank of the Avon , 3 miles south of Warwick , and is divided by the Warwick-Stratford main road into

    Parishes Compton Wyniates

    by Sir William Compton about 1520 or a little earlier. Leland states that he brought some of the material from Fulbrook Castle (12 miles distant), where he had been appointed keeper of the King's park and manor. 4 Leland wrote,

    Parishes Sherbourne

    roads from Warwick to Stratford and to Wellesbourne , and there is a by-road southwards, above the Avon , to Fulbrook and Hampton Lucy . Sherbourne House is a building of three stories, cellars, and attics. The original house, dating

    Parishes Hampton Lucy

    about 1820. 3 Northwards from Hampton Lucy village runs the road to Hampton Woods and Fulbrook . It is described as the way from Fulbrook to Bishop's Hampton in 1461 . 4 In 1575 it appears to be referred to

  • * British History Online * *

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    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 67, March 1570, 01 March 1570-31 March 1570

    34. The Queen to George Throckmorton, Sergeant of her Hawks. To receive and withhold the rents of certain lands at Fulbrook and Marston, in the county of Bucks, the property of Ric. Norton, concerned in the rebellion in the North. Subscribers-only content

    Index, T

    Thorpe , , brother of Katherine Walshe 197 Three Women's Heads , Inn, Calais 278 Throckmorton (Throgmorton), Sir George, of Fulbrook Huett, Hogshaw, co. Bucks 143 Thurzo (Turso, Thuxso), Count Nicholas sends news about Hungary, 16 levies troop in support

    James II - volume 3, December 1687, 01 December 1687-31 December 1687

    lies under part of the said wall; on the west side to Fulbrook common fields, from which it is divided by the said wall shooting westward down from Fulbrook common field side to the River Winrush; on the south side Subscribers-only content

    Index, F, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    Forcez), the German bankers, I. 916, 956. Fugler , Thos., I. 392-3. Fulbeck , Linc., I. g. 226 (89). Fulbrook or Fulbrook Ensham (Fulbroke Eynesham), Bucks, I. g. 802 (10), 981 (81) II. g. 449 (72). Fulford , Staff., I.

    Index, F, 01 August 1545-31 December 1545

    660); ii. g. 1068 (19 p. 538). Fulbourne , Camb., i. g. 846 (93 p. 427). Fulbrook (Fulbroke) , Oxon., i. g. 846 (85). Fulbrook (Fulbroke) , Warw., i. g. 846 (11); ii. g. 496 (34, 68 p. 232). Fulcambe

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HYDE, Oliver (by 1520-66), of Abingdon, Berks.

    of Maiden Erlegh, near Sonning, Berkshire and other Berkshire lands. In 1548 he and his wife purchased the manor of Fulbrook, near Burford, Oxfordshire. Considerably Hyde’s senior, although she outlived him, this second wife was a woman of strong character,

    HYDE, Oliver (b. aft. 1517-66), of Abingdon and Maiden Erlegh, Berks.

    death, Hyde added to his landed property in Berkshire by purchases of farm land. He also owned the manor of Fulbrook, Oxfordshire. He never attained county office, though he played some part in Abingdon affairs through Christ’s hospital and as

    FAUNT, Nicholas (c.1554-1608), of Mdx.

    1594 and 1607 in the form of a grant of crown lands in Yorkshire, and the lease in reversion of Fulbrook park in Warwickshire.Faunt is now principally remembered as the author of a ‘Discourse touching the office of Principal Secretary’

    ENGLEFIELD, Sir Francis (1521/22-96), of Englefield, Berks.

    Theale, Berks. 1553-63; bailiff, Reading, former liberties of Reading abbey and Leominster priory, Herefs. and keeper, Reading gaol 1553; keeper Fulbrook park, Warws. 1554; master, ct. of wards 1 May 1554-8; gen. surveyor, offices and customs in port of London

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    13 June 1817, 13 June 1817

    Bill be printed. Fulbrook En- A Message was brought from the House of Com- closureBill. mons, by Mr. Brogden and others ; With a Bill, intituled, " An Act for enclosing " Lands in the Parish of Fulbrook, in the Subscribers-only content

    17 June 1817, 17 June 1817

    same Place ; and to adjourn as they please. Fulbrook En- Hodie 2"1 vice lecta est Billa, intituled, " An Act closure Bill. « for enclosing Lands in the Parish of Fulbrook, in " the County of Oxford" Ordered, That Subscribers-only content

    20 June 1817, 20 June 1817

    and directed him to report the same to the House, " given to General Di/ott to charge the said Trust Fulbrook En¬ closure Bill. Dyott's Di¬ vorce Act to amend Bill: without any Amendment." i The Earl of Shaftesbury reported Subscribers-only content

    27 June 1817, 27 June 1817

    " and Brailsford, in the County of Derby" 26. " An Act for enclosing Lands in the Parish of " Fulbrook, in the County of Oxford." 27- " An Act to amend an Act made in the Fifty- " fourth Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LVI, A.D. 1801 - Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820

    Petition discharged; Bill ordered ; 201. Presented, 207. r.a. 451.———Fulbrook (Oxon) ; Billordered, lvii. 152. JVof presented. Fulbrook; Billordered, lxii. 187. JVof presented. Fulbrook; lxxii. 70. Bill pre- sented, 182. Petition for enlarging the time for Report; Referred, 267. Time Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    John Walter, Wm. Stott, ri. J. Y(11r ,. Johnl Fulbrook, and Robert Dolphin,-have just now set their T--.;. to an advertisement, in which they aver, that " being the perie.. who, in the first instance, fully and is7epartihey investigated the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Batron-garden. J. Steele, Newcastle-underLyne, ironmonger. [eolm & Co. ew-inn. W. WhiHte, Marlborough, innkeeper. Smbith & Son, led Lion-square. P. Sylvester, Fulbrook, Oxfordsh. grocer. [Amory & Coes, Thrognmorton-. Friday, Feb. 24,. IN SOLVENT S. W. Robinson, Hartley Castle, Westmorland, butchier. J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Several old people recollect the spot to have been a dun-heap attached to the house of a notorious highwayman named Fulbrook. The whole of the skeletons were tlhose of young persons. Wickham-lheath was, half a century agO, the notorious resort Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rev. W. L. Smith, * h clerk in holy orders. Eatington: Rev. George Hcsketl s. Biggs, clerk in holy orders. Fulbrook: Walter Ball, y farmer. Grafton: George Edkins, farmer. HPampton s Lucy : Rev. Osbert Mordaunt, clerk in holy ordes. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lane, Edgbaeton; Skirt's Laoe, Highrgate; ald. Upper Trinity Street, Bordeeley. FARMING STOCK AND FURNITURE. B Y Mr. JOSHUA HE[AMMOND, at Fulbrook Per; Farm, three riles and a half from Warwick, THIS DAY (Tuceday,) andi TO-MOBROW, (Wedneulay,) the 23rd and 24th Subscribers-only content

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