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  • * Victoria County History *

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    House of uncertain order Wilcheswood

    of the Domesday Survey, Wilceswode, as it is termed, formed part of the holding of the widow of Hugh Fitz Grip ; Dom. Bk . (Rec. Com.), i, 84. Hutchins, Hist. of Dorset , i, 641; iii, 729, note b

    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Abbotsbury

    himself the guardian and protector. 9 William the Conqueror testified by his charter to the same bishop and Hugh Fitz Grip , the Norman sheriff, that, for the love of God and the soul of his kinsman King Edward ,

    House of Cluniac monks The priory of Holne or East Holme

    nearly the whole estate held in this county at the time of the Survey by the widow of Hugh Fitz Grip ( Dom. Bk . [Rec. Com. ] , i, 83 b ), which they probably obtained by marriage; Hutchins,

    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Cerne

    virgates, was valued at £115, leaving out Affpuddle , the assessment of which was omitted. The widow of Hugh Fitz Grip , the Norman sheriff, held, we are told, I carucate in Poxwell formerly belonging to the demesne of the

    Houses of Benedictine monks The priory of Cranbourne

    , which had fallen in value from £12 to £10. 6 Under the holding of the widow of Hugh Fitz Grip it is recorded that Hugh gave the church of St. Mary , Cranborne , a hide of land in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Er mawr lesiant o'r amryw lyian, Dyn diwybod s'n. dwyn ei dybiau, I Dduw osod rhai'n ddieiwisu; l GE W x L. q Da Bamiun afleeiol rhadol rheidiau, Aml dda&l fel y mel ddilia;-ddibriair, Y rhai ni wyddir eu Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Oeneigaetbau, PrioQarau, &c. ), kt. t%.WtkJ4%&Ii *%>kt hlt* dion- i eu Yofal- GENEDIGAETHAU. ,'sur- ROBERTS-Gorplienaf Sed, pried y Paweli Moses yiryph Roberts, Bontddo, ar ferel. yr yn .1liam PRIOD SAU hefin EDWARDS-EVANS-Dydd Iau Mehelini 23, priod- wyt yn nghapel Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in her turn attended by the image of a certain Mr Edward Harmony (Mr MaLnO sE.) A neighlbour, Mfn- szeur Grip [ld (GATTIE) is anxious to obtain the estate, but in conse- quence of some misconceptions on the part of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -RI2YAF RAMARXET. M trnon peond Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday.-Mr grn fioereadY te D..Rees everyinight. - RtpDw will b' performed (last time) THE In T~reayy A5 th SWEERTIEANS AND, WIVES. 3t M~ibrs , i . ry ht DO O., Wi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for laughter, rush round the room, first on one leg, and then on another, rapping out, in the words of Grip, in " Barnaby Rudge," " I'm a devil ! I'm a devil !" No won- der that the Bishop Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Wills, 40 Edward III (1366-7)

    curtyns , a gold ring with ruby, a silk girdle powdered with pearls, a silver-mounted gripseye 17 ( ovum de Grip ), a silver chain with an image of S. Katherine, a bay horse and a black ambling horse, a

    Surnames beginning 'G'

    John; Eliz, w; Sar, d, 21.14 Grinnon Chas, 17.102 Grinnyway Thos; Ayles, w; Wm, s, 51.1 Grinworth Rob, widr, 8.5 Grip Edw; Dot, w; Edw, s, 17.107 Gripe Geo; Ann, w, 1.18 Grisbrooke Ann, ser, 64.8 Grisell Sar, ser, 33.3

 

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