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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes East Woodhay

    Oliver Cromwell (see supra ) and stating it had come into his possession as the last male representative of the Goddards (ex inform. Rev. H. Chilton Tompkins). Ex inform. the late Lieut.- Col. Sir F. W. Carden , J.P. Wykeham's

    Swindon Local government and public services Swindon boundary extensions Borough of Swindon .

    a tithingman to the manorial court. The manors of East and West Swindon were also represented by tithingmen at the Goddards ' court, but it is clear that by 1644 , when its surviving records begin, the court had little

    Stonton Wyville

    1838 when the 13th-century sedilia and piscina were destroyed. 75 A thorough restoration of the church was carried out by Goddards of Leicester in 1863 , to which date the roofs of the nave and chancel, the south porch, and

    Parishes Clyffe Pypard Clyffe Pypard , c. 1773

    continued to be dispersed among a number of owners besides the Goddards , the lay rectors. The stages by which they eventually came into the hands of the Goddards have not been fully traced. Amesbury 's tithes at Woodhill passed

    Swindon Agriculture, trade, mills and markets

    and Westcott . On the manorial lands of West and East Swindon , which came into the hands of the Goddards in the 16th century, 44 there were in 1842 Church Farm (144 a.), Lower Town Farm (83 a.), Marsh

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GODDARD, Richard (1676-1732), of Swindon, Wilts.

    Held Sheriff, Wilts. 1713–14. Biography While they had provided no previous representative in Parliament, the Swindon branch of the Goddards had enjoyed a position of prominence in Wiltshire even before their acquisition of the manor in 1562. The Member’s grandfather

    MARTYN, Henry (c.1564-1626), of Nethercote, Wilts.

    acquired it, are not known. The Aldbourne land was sold by his sons Edward and Anthony in 1634 to the Goddards. Three years earlier Edward, the heir, described as of Uphaven, had paid £17 10s. as his composition for knighthood.[footnote]

  • * British History Online * *

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    Star Chamber Reports, 11 Charles I

    this they were all committed to the Fleet ; the two Goddards fined 500 l. apiece, Goddard 's Wife 50 l. and Cox 300 l. and the two Goddards and Cox to make their acknowledgment and submission at the Assizes,

    Faringdon ward infra, or within

    diuers slaughter houses inward, and Tippling houses outward. This is called Mountgodard streete of the Tippling houses there, and the Goddards mounting from the tappe to the Table, from the table to the mouth, and sometimes ouer the head. This

    Variations between the editions of 1598 and 1603

    houses ] Prebend almes houses 343 , ll. 17, 18. Inserts after Mountgodard streete : by all likelihood; and after Goddards : or Pots l. 21. * of olde time 344 , l. 2. the fifteene 50. pound . ]

    Charles I - volume 299, October 1-17, 1635, 01 October 1635-17 October 1635

    the opinions of the judges as to the sentence, which was a fine of 500 l . each from the Goddards, father and son, and a smaller fine from the other defendant, with bonds for good behaviour. Elizabeth Goddard was Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of modern days ; so may Sir Henry Cavendish be gratefully numbered in the class of those industrious Burtons and Goddards and Sy- monds d'Ewes, who did the like good work for history in earlier days ; and so, not Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Concentrsted Cocoa 49 "Cleaning Silver.`-Al. difmicuty in keeptig silverelectro-plate, &c., ustarniehed. and with a brilliant polish, mray be obvitedby usinlg' Goddards Noe-Mercarial PL~e Powder." Soldeverywhere in bores 1a, 2;. tI, and 4Q. 6;L Four gold ceedals-Nw Zealand, 182; Caltta 1984; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    addres in inislt isgege.' and 'notrj bt he fiowfeir nd .vapdtyle of the address of the Civic Association. Alder. ~inen Goddards Botion was corled. . WORMETER -..ESOIIOoL 3A.-2sTbis Body Met' Yjd*ii 'a the QrildhAll; Mr. G. W. Hastigs,; chairman of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    xtra:' Intlt' illost-ieos; if entered to bo Solsl far o0 vs acore XlS.b ils1b a utile. Alr. Lealoan's Thud Mr. Goddards f byllostitIifi Mr. lrown's Britain's Qseon -Isis (SIb)) (3lIt) (1-0 sovs) Mr. Henryrs aloodiark (I Sit 0. Chotvynd's Lizzle Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ilve and up-vards set f1b; to and g ailowec 31b ; wintners after entry 61b extra. I-rve ftirlongs SIr. - Goddards f by loestitlon-1o5, *2 yrs, fat Sib -I... ..... .... ..... .... ... 0ifford I Ahr, Collins's thirleycore, 3 Subscribers-only content

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