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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Blechingley

    married his daughter Agnes. 104 In 1229 William de Garston quitclaimed 21/2 hides in Blechingley to the Prior of Rochester . 105 A conveyance between Roger de Garston and Reginald de Garston , dealing with a messuage, two mills, 140

    Hospitals St John the Baptist , Chester

    about 1200. 47 Thomas of Pontefract , occurs 1239-40 . 48 Ralph of Smithdown, occurs 1245-6 . 49 Roger of Garston , occurs about 1255-6 and 1258-9 . 50 Hugh of Aston , occurs about 1285-6 and 1295-6 . 51

    Hundred of West Derby Introduction

    berewicks embracing the vills of Thingwall , Liverpool , Great Crosby , Aintree with part of Walton , Everton , Garston with Aigburth , and Hale with Halewood , the whole containing four hides or twenty-four carucates of land. 3

    Townships Hale

    land formerly belonging to William de Garston , who had them from Maud of Bradley , daughter and heir of Henry of Bradley of Halewood , after the divorce between her and Robin of Garston . Geoffrey was to swear

    Watford Manors

    Garston gave to John de Westwick and Ellen his wife a messuage and land at Garston ; 251 the manor was apparently held of the kitchener of St. Albans , who held a fourteenth part of a fee in

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GARSTON, alias MERCER, Richard (d.1412), of Oxford.

    GARSTON, alias MERCER, Richard (d.1412), of Oxford. Constituency Dates Oxford Jan. 1377 Oxford Jan. 1380 Oxford Jan. 1390 Oxford 1393 Ofifces Held Bailiff, Oxford Mich. 1373-5; alderman 1375-6, 1377-81, 1383-6, 1389-90, 1392-3, 1394-5, 1397-9, 1401-3, 1404-7, 1408-11; mayor 1381-3,

    BROWNE, Isaac Hawkins (1706-60), of Garston, Herts.

    Hawkins (1706-60), of Garston, Herts. Constituency Dates Wenlock 7 Dec. 1744 1754 Biography ‘Isaac Hawkins Browne’, said Dr. Johnson, ‘one of the first wits of this country, got into Parliament and never opened his mouth’.[footnote] Brought in by William Forester

    ROW (RAUF), John, of Totnes, Devon.

    the Cluniac monks of Totnes priory granted Row for life an annuity of four marks charged on their manors of Garston and Ashprington, a furred robe every Christmas, an esquire’s corrody of meat, drink and fuel, his own room in

    COSYN, William, of Totnes, Devon.

    who had earlier granted to the Garlonds, for their lives, six closes in Totnes and on the manors of Follaton and 'Garston', now settled the same properties in remainder on Cosyn and his heirs for an annual rent of 16s.4d.[footnote]

    CHICHELE, Robert (d.1439), of London.

    of the manors of Coldham and Bedford in Cambridgeshire to William Venour; and in 1417 they settled their manor of Garston in Surrey upon John Peny and others. In neither case, however, do we know if the property in question

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