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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Gaydon

    Parishes GaydonGAYDON Acreage: 1,518. Population: 1911, 278; 1921, 294; 1931, 267. The parish of Gaydon is larger by 130 acres than its neighbouring parish of Chadshunt , which it resembles in general shape. Its western boundary is coincident with

    Parishes Chadshunt

    floor of the nave is a brass inscription to Theophilus Wilkins of Gaydon 1613. Below the south-east nave window is a mural brass plate to William Askell of Gaydon , 6 February 1613 (4). It is engraved with his kneeling

    The hundred of Kington

    the parishes of Atherstone -on-Stour, Barford , Chadshunt , Charlecote , Chesterton , Comberton , Compton Verney , Ettington , Gaydon , Halford , Lighthorne , Butlers Marston , Moreton Morrell , Newbold Pacey , the Pillertons, Tachbrook, and Wasperton

    Parishes Kineton with Combrook

    original green encroached on by later (18th-century) buildings. North of the church and west of the road running northwards to Gaydon and Moreton Morrell is the small market square. Deflected eastwards from the south of the former village green is

    Parishes Bishop's Itchington

    there. 78 In 1291 the value of the church wi th its chapels (of Over Itchington , Chadshunt , and Gaydon ) was £40; 79 and in 1535 the vicarage and rectory were each rated at £26 13 s .

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, G, 01 August 1588-30 September 1592

    Walsyngham's messenger, 220. Gate , Edward, 389. Gavelagh , Hugh, see O'Neill. Gawnkaghe , Murrogh, 20. Gawnye , see M'Congawny. Gaydon , Mr., 532. Gearre , Patrick, 416. Geford , Mr., 134. Gener , Rob., 240. Geneva , siege of, Subscribers-only content

    General Index, G, 01 June 1661-31 December 1662

    Wm. Gaudy Hall Gauger , office of Gauntlet , Mr., letter to Gautby Gawen , Dr. Thos. Wm., letter of Gaydon Gazettes , see also Newspapers. Geery , Wm., letter of Geldrop , George General , Lord, see also Monk, Subscribers-only content

    Index, G

    , , 916 i., ii. Perhaps the letter 935 is from him. Gawood. See Gaywood. Gay , John, 580 (6). Gaydon , , 1249 (2). Gaynsford , Sir John, 580 (p. 235): App. 8. Gayton (Gaiton) juxta Louth, Linc., 568

    Index, G, 01 December 1672-31 December 1675

    loan on Customs, 675. Gawsell , Robt., Commissioner for Recusants, co. Norfolk, 698. Gawthorne , Jonathan, tidesman, London, 569, 812. Gaydon . See Graydon. Gayton (co. Northampton), 153. - (co. Lincoln), 484. Gaywood Tho. [clerk assistant to the Register in

    Index, G, 01 January 1716-31 December 1716

    ten ements in Vine Street and Jermin Street, Piccadilly, 72. Gawne , John, tidesman and boatman at Rye, dismissed, 534. Gaydon , Geydon , co. Warwick, 400. Gazettes , advertisements in, 75, 323, 436, 479, 536; for Ambassadors. 413; for

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HUGFORD, Robert (d.1411), of Emscote, Warws.

    over the years he had set about becoming a landowner. In 1403 he had obtained a lease of properties at Gaydon and Burton Dassett (Warwickshire) and at Dunton (Leicestershire), which he subsequently purchased outright, only to exchange them in 1408

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    perjury, and an incident of a very pain- ful nature. It was elicited that a family of the name of Gaydon, numbering twelve voters, had received 61. each for their votes. . One of them, a respectable silversmith, at first Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    appear to have been sent by Gaydon, Count of Anjou. The Emperor, warned of the attempt, became furious in wrath against Gaydon to whom it was ascribed, and was not recon- cil-d, though Gaydon, challenging Thibaut, killed him in judicial Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    n meand address ot sedr th ~o BIRTH. Wrik h5' GAY~oNl.-On h 2n inst., i ubokWrck h"Ii f George II. Gaydon, oh a. a~tr wof -O the Nthh inst E1gttse~oenncv1 Jane, ifaofEmun ogtn rEe glndstwillknd hly 5. l coe Riv.OR Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1O.30)..-Thls day, Dsecesmber 13, Lyslhaso. %VAsesVsCKS117111 (at 10.45).-Monsli5y, DUceemiber 15, Welles. boomse hall; Tusesdiay, 16, Goldsss Cress ; T'lurnday, 18, Gaydon JIss (at 11.30); t1'risIlly. 19, Isilicote. WARWICKSHeIRE, -_\Vars (at 11).-Tssesrday, Deceneber 16, George Hotel, Itahy; Tlsursslay, 18, Crackley Gables, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    19, Norton Manor. SHRrsoPrsuriE (at 10.45)-This day, December 17, Stapleton Village; Friday, 19. Itardwvickce Grange. WVARWICKSHIiRE (at 10.45).-Thuraday, December 18, Gaydon ITn (at 11.30): Friday, 19, Idlicote. WAhRWIM811cEea, NOasT1 (at 21).-Thureday, December 18, Craccley Gables, Kenilworth; Friday, 19, IEarlswood Reservoir. Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Thomas Lea, 7/7/1829

    Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Lea Forename Thomas Title Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 7/7/1829 Office/Status Curate Location Gaydon// OTHER INFORMATION Source LRO, PBI/V/4 (Bp Itchington Processes) (Visitation Processes) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Prebendary of Bishop's Itchington/Coventry & Lichfield 0- 0 Comment

    Thomas Lea, 26/6/1827

    Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Lea Forename Thomas Title Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 26/6/1827 Office/Status Curate Location Gaydon// OTHER INFORMATION Source LRO, PBI/V/4 (Bp Itchington Processes) (Visitation Processes) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Prebendary of Bishop's Itchington/Coventry & Lichfield 0- 0 Comment

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Life in our villages, 1891

    of its influence. Another beautiful example of a village public-house, or club, I visited a day or two ago at Gaydon , in Warwickshire . This a gentleman resident there, an ardent philanthropist and Radical reformer, has had the public Subscribers-only content

    Life in our villages, 1891

    will give j£i,ooo-as has been done in Gaydon ; or collect six or seven hundred, as has been done in Coombe And if they are put up, who will maintain them The Gaydon institution, I am told, costs about £20 Subscribers-only content

    The journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England., 1840

    John Robbins , of the Asps, had one or two cases, but quickly transferred them to other hands. Chadshunt , Gaydon , Kineton , and all round Strat- ford-on- Avon have had it severely. " In a circuit of about Subscribers-only content

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