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You searched for: Place: Fulbrook, Date from: 1700-01-01, Date to: 1799-12-31

Found 470 matches across 4 resources.

  • * 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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    Cecil Papers, December 1605, 01 December 1605-31 December 1605

    her from the Bishopric of Oxford, granted by letters patent in 1590 the rectory of Burford and the chapel of Fulbrook, formerly demised to Mary Haman and William Johnson for the term of their lives. This lease came into the

    Henry VIII, October 1525, 16-31, 01 October 1525-31 October 1525

    VIII. S.B. Pat. p . 2, m . 9. 12. Wm. Corpson, yeoman of the Guard. To be keeper of Fulbrook park, vice Sir Tho. Lucy, deceased. Ampthill, 8 Oct. 17 Hen. VIII. P.S. Del . Hampton Court, 12 Oct.

    Index, F, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    Linc., rector presented, g. 2964 (23). Fulbourn (Fulburn), Camb., rector of, p. 1525. Fulbroke , Th., 853: g. 289 (46). Fulbrook park , Warw., g. 604 (22), 709 (41). Fulchambe . See Foljambe. Fulford [in Dunsford ] , Devon, 438

    Index, F

    Fryern Barnet (co. Midd.), 1131. Fryers see Streets (Blackfriars). Fuellers in New Forest , 807. Fulbourn (co. Cambridge), 1921, 1922. Fulbrook (co. Oxford), 886. Fulcher , James, Quaker, co. Norfolk, 633. Fulford (Fullford), Andrew, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124. -, Elizabeth,

  • * 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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