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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Greywell or Grewell

    Parishes Greywell or Grewell GREYWELL or GREWELL Graiwella (xii cent.); Graiwell (xiii cent.). Greywell is a small parish of 876 acres, situated on the River Whitewater 2 miles south-west from Hook . Immediately south of Butter Wood , which takes

    Parishes Rotherwick

    that time lady of Greywell . Again, at a somewhat later date, the L'Estranges, who were lords of Greywell , were returned as the overlords of Rotherwick . 7 Further, in 1590 William Haydok of Greywell sold to Richard More

    Parishes Upton Grey

    and south-east of the village as it lies about the road which runs north-east from Herriard and Weston Patrick towards Greywell . Approaching from Weston Patrick , several outlying cottages, some thatched, others low tiled buildings, and one good-sized white

    The hundred of Odiham Index Map to the Hundred of Odiham

    containing the parishes of; Bentworth ; Dogmersfield ; Elvetham; Greywell ; Hartley Wintney ; Lasham ; Liss ; Odiham ; Rotherwick ; Shalden ; Sherfield-Upon- Loddon ; Weston Patrick ; and Winchfield 1 At the time of the Domesday Survey

    Parishes Odiham

    Greywell from Walter Richards and Nathaniel Pickering , and was sold by his three sons George, Thomas, and Bevill Higgons in 1699 to Henry, Lord Hyde , and others. 204 It had passed before 1739 to the Tolls of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . SPORTING NEWS. RACING NOTES. The Epsom Spring. meeting was commenced this afternoon in wretched weather, rain falling heavily during roost of the time racing was in progress; bu t, in spite of the unfavoura~ble conditions prevailing, the attendance Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . 612 'hllonei . 0 Claribell5 . . 612 L'Abbesse de Jouarre ..8 0Harnptnin 6 U Thunderstorm . 7 13 Greywell . . 6 19 Cobbler ..71.3 Woodland. ...619 Monsieur de Paris ..7 12 Porlock . ~ 6 8 Castlenock..7 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by a length; a bad third. Heloise was fourth, Mill Stream fifth, Steour and Avon sixth, Sheen seventh, Duncraggan and Greywell next, and Ham last. Royal Oak broke a blood-vessel and fell about five furlongs from home, and his jockey Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    3 0 Carmine ,.3 812 Arquebns 3712 jezreel.. 6 810 Avice . .3 710 M iss Dolar 3 8 7 Greywell 3 7 0 ADDna'oorAL Aics-vAns. - Lucerne, Trinket, Lymington' Jezreel, Claude Rural, George, Freemason, Cabal, The eanmmai' Maley, Apperzesll, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1855, the Rev. A. Lusb, curate of Greywell, Hants, prevailed upon a couple who had been inafried at an Inde- pendent chapel fourteen months before to be re-married by him; the parties beirg described in the banns and in the Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Close Rolls, Henry VII, 1501-1507, 01 January 1501-31 December 1507

    lady Lestraunge a nd lady of Knokyn and Mohun, her heirs and assigns. Charter confirming gift of Greywell manor with lands etc. in Greywell and Retherwyke co. Southampton. Dated 9 Nov., 22 Henry VII. Appointment by lady Jane of John Subscribers-only content

    Index, G, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    Ric., 438 (1 m. 3). -, Wm., g. 1170 (12). Grevyn , Thomas. See Notes and Errata, No. 784. Grewell (Greywell), Hants, 438 (1 m. 19). Grey , Alice, 1803 (2 m. 5). -, Andrew, of Leith, 1262 (p. 578).

    Index, G

    William, 185. Greynefeld. See Grenefeld. Grey's Inn , Greysyn, Middx. See under London. Greystoke , Cumb., Hutton John in, 700. Greywell , Hants, manor, 692. Griff , Griffe [in Arbury ] , Warw., manor, 196. Griffith , Griffyn, Gryffyn, Joan Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, Pardon Roll, Part 1, 01 April 1510-30 April 1510

    of the said John. 10 May. Thomas Haydok, of Langford , Berks., esq., s. and h. of John Haydok. of Greywell, Hants, and of Eliz. his wife, one of the ds. and hs. of Richard Waldern or Walron and Margaret

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HIGGONS, Thomas (c.1624-91), of Greywell, Hants.

    (c.1624-91), of Greywell, Hants. Constituency Dates Malmesbury 1659 New Windsor 1661 St Germans 1685 Ofifces Held Commr. for assessment, Salop 1661-3, Hants 1661-80, 1689-90, Westminster 1663-9, Devon 1663-74; sub-commr. for prizes, Newcastle 1665-7; j.p. Hants 1665-d. Ofifces Held Surveyor-gen. duchy

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