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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Sulhamstead Abbots with Grazeley

    Parishes Sulhamstead Abbots with Grazeley SULHAMSTEAD ABBOTS with GRAZELEY Silhampsted (xiv cent.); Sulhampsted Abbott (xvi cent.). The parish of Sulhamstead Abbots is separated into three portions, the area of the whole parish being 1,417 acres, of which 132 acres are

    The hundred of Theale Introduction and map

    , was the same as in 1831 . 7 Hartley Dummer , now part of the new ecclesiastical parish of Grazeley , is in the civil parish of Shinfield in Charlton Hundred, where its history is taken. Index Map to

    Parishes Shinfield

    the tithing of Grazeley in Sulhamstead Abbots and a portion of Sulhamstead Bannister, and it was then renamed Grazeley . 3 A new ecclesiastical district has recently been formed at Spencer's Wood, embracing parts of Shinfield , Grazeley and Swallowfield

    The hundred of Reading Introduction and map

    And the Borough of READING with ST. GILES with WHITLEY and ST. MARY with SOUTHCOT CHOLSEY PANGBOURNE SULHAMSTEAD ABBOTS with GRAZELEY 2 The hundreds of Reading and Theale were both included in Reading Hundred at the time of the Domesday

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    their superiority by carrying off the prizes. J'hie famous prize-taker " Caractacus," the property j2 Uf Mir. W. J. Palmer, Grazeley Court, Reading, b has continued his vinning carcer by taking the first prize hi in tlie class for older Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    set apart such a sum as will produce £23 per annum, to be paid to the schoolmistress or master of Grazeley; £20 per aDnum to be applied at Christmas in clothing for the school~chlldren of Grez aley; £7 per annum Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Nililwall. SfqMMEtSBlOARtDhlAN-Ol tihe 21st tlt., at tile parish rlirch, Acle, Norfoli, bhy tho ev. ElraitI 11. Boardilon, vicar Of Grazeley, the Rev. Frederic Itlliloy SLtIlee ere, M.A., iiuernbeet of All Sninta, Clepton, to Marilln, secoed douljiter of George Boardieao, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. Edneonds, of Southrop IHouse, Loch- lade, who will have nearly 3o animalsin all present; Mr. IV. J. Palmier, of Grazeley Court, Reading, has 8 young cows and heifers entered; Mr. J. Kendal, 4 of his noted prize milking strains Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    10.30 o'clock each day. L GRAZELEY COURT, READING. Important Sale of Pure-bred SHORTHORN and JERSEY CATTLE. !S TOHN THORINTON & CO. will SELL byAUC- E vA TIiON, on Tuesdny, Sept. 16 (One o'clock), at Grazeley Court, 4 miles from Read6ing,-About Subscribers-only content

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